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It’s a hot Saturday afternoon and many of their peers are out playing. However, for Job Israel Migadde, Rogers Murungi and Arnold Katumba, there is no time to rest. It is business as usual. The trio spends much of their class break in isolation, test
Published: 03/22/2013 by NICHOLAS KALUNGI in Finance
Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) was by yesterday unable to give the numerical progress of the ongoing sim card registration exercise expected to end on March 1, a year after it was launched.
New player K2 telecom, has already gathered more than 80,000 subscribers before launching calls across all networks services, Mr Saul Katumba Segawa, the telecom’s interim chief executive officer, has said.
A telecommunication player has advised his counterparts not to indulge in unjustified price wars again, arguing that they are harmful to the industry and unhealthy for the economy.
Low income earners, who have for long been unable to afford insurance covers, are set to benefit from a new product that will enable them to pay their medical bills in case of an accident.
In the busy but quiet neighbourhood of Ntinda, a Kampala suburb hides a confectionary that is barely visible but popular to residents. On the other hand, it would be hard for one to get lost since Rumi Confectionary is known to most of the area resid
Uganda Export Promotion Board (UEPB) is looking out for markets which can buy Uganda’s tea directly in the Middle East.
Published: 03/11/2013 by By Ismail Musa Ladu in Finance
The EAC secretary general, Richard Sezibera last week told a meeting of manufacturers in Kampala that regional governments are the ones to blame for failing to institute structures that could ease investment in the five member states.