Saudi ministry of labour and South African country Uganda officials has signed an important agreement. Under this agreement, Uganda’s manpower will be sent to Saudi Arabia. Saudi and Ugandan officials signed an agreement at headquarter of the Saudi ministry of labour. Under this agreement, it will be possible to recruit domestic Ugandan workers in Saudi Arabia and it is the ninth Saudi agreement aimed to expend Saudi labour market. After signing agreement, Saudi labour minister Mufrej al-Haqbani addressing the conference and said that the cost of migrant labour from Uganda will be 7 thousand Saudi Riyal while salary of the domestic labour will be 750 Saudi Riyal. The registration process is expected to begin soon.