The weakening Ugandan shilling
African currencies have been under pressure for some time now, with various factors at play in the foreign exchange markets having a distinct impact on the pockets of ordinary Africans.
Uganda's currency, the shilling, has lost around a quarter of its value against the US dollar so far in 2015. And many feel the worst is yet to come.
From the capital of Uganda, Kampala, the BBC's Catherine Byaruhanga reports for Africa Business Report.