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  • n. Laterite.


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  • There are 22,000 district roads all of them murram.

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  • The district takes care of the tarmac roads while the divisions are responsible for the murram ones.

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  • The district has 1,050km of roads, of which 300km are tarmac and 750km are murram.

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  • However, Okuic still faces high prices of construction materials like sand and murram/gravel, not naturally found in Malakal, which results in high transportation costs from merchants importing them from Khartoum or Juba.

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  • On Saturday, Museveni commissioned the murram road from Kamengo to Buvumbo landing site.

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  • But World Indoor 3000 metres silver medallist Paul Kipsiele Koech came to the athletes 'defence saying the poor conditions of the murram tracks had kept them away. - News

  • Hundreds of demonstrators braced the scorching sun to trek the murram road up to the district headquarters, where Moyo sub-county residents joined them.

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  • A dusty murram road winds its way through the grass and anthills to a huge shrine, curved out of a rock.

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  • We are spending Shs100b [annually] on vehicle maintenance alone and this money could work on 10,000 kilometres of murram roads in each financial year, "Mr Yiga said.

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