As unemployment continues to bite, more literate Ugandans are turning to witchcraft to get and secure their jobs.
The survey shows that more people in Kampala use sorcery to get white-collar employment, and to gain favour before their bosses for payrise and promotions.
Majority (66%) said witchcraft was a common practice at workplaces while 16% were undecided about its prevalence.
Although 17% said witchcraft was not common at workplaces, only 4% strongly believed in what they were saying.
Besides, 60% of the respondents, mostly males, testified that they had either heard or seen signs of witchcraft in their offices.
Of those who saw witchcraft, majority were aged between 18 and 20 years, followed by those in the 41-45 age group and others between 36 and 40 years.