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100 Things to do in England

by J Rogers There are many amazing things to see and do in England. Whether you like visiting museums and cathedrals, checking out haunted castles and pubs, or exploring old ruins, the country is filled to the brim of interesti...
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Civil society actors critical of mobile money tax

The civil society organisations have advised government against taxing mobile money platforms, arguing it will do “more harm than good”, hence defeat the policy of financial inclusion. For the financial year 2018/19...
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Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement

Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement – A look at how Uganda and rest of Africa will benefit

Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) makes a shaky beginning – From 17th to 21st March 2018, a summit was held in Kigali, Rwanda to take a step towards creating the biggest economic bloc since the World trade ...
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Landlord and Tenant Bill unfit to be an Act

By Judy Rugasira Over the past few weeks, there has been discussions about the Landlord and Tenant Bill. The Bill, as it seems seeks to appease a group of tenants, saving them from arbitrarily rent and utility increments. This ...
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More Ugandans to access financial services through agent banking

By MARTIN LUTHER OKETCH KAMPALA Although banking has been in Uganda for over one hundred years many local Ugandans still don’t have access to financial services due to limited commercial bank outreach in their locality couple...
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Affordable housing: No answers in sight

By Eronie Kamukama Kampala. More developers have entered into the real estate space trying to bridge the housing deficit. However, according to experts, majority of Ugandans still cannot access affordable and decent housing. Ac...
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Roko Construction starts work on huge hotel in Uganda

Ugandan firm Roko Construction has begun reconstruction work on Uganda Hotel Tourism and Training Institute(UHTTI) in what officials say is aimed at “enhancing skills among the tourism sector’s labor force to meet world cla...
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Uganda coffee exports fetch US$36m in March

By George Mangula –   Uganda’s exported 333,346 60-kilo bags of coffee worth US$35.74m in March, representing a decrease of 18.68 percent and 29.15 percent in quantity and value, respectively. In a recently-release...
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Afrigo Band performing live with a full band at Troxy-London

Legendary band, Afrigo band to perform at Ugandan Convention in UK – Tickets ON SALE NOW

The Ugandan Convention in UK has organised their annual event called the UK-Uganda Trade and Investment Convention. The event is in its 8th edition and will be graced with performances from the legendary band, Afrigo band. The ...
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Uganda asked to review Bill banning old cars in order to prevent losses

Importers want Gov’t to review the Bill banning old cars in order to prevent losses

Used automotive deal­ers want Uganda to overview the proposal banning used or old automobiles as a way to forestall losses and restrict the shocks of job redundancies Uganda authorities is about to roll out new laws that can ...
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Uganda has stepped up the search for an investor to revamp Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL

Govt supports Muhakanizi proposals on UTL revamp. Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda has stepped up the search for an investor to revamp Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL), with Cabinet approving a proposal by the Ministry o...
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Middle East labour exports boost Uganda’s remittances

By Dorothy Nakaweesi Kampala. Middle East labour exports have substantially contributed to the growth of Uganda’s remittance increasing by about 12.4 per cent for the year ending 2017. According to a World Bank Report release...
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