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All Set for Ggaba Community Church Women Conference

Ggaba Community Church is set to hold its 2018 annual Women’s conference, The Tower Post reports. Dubbed ‘Refresh Women conference’, it will run from Thursday August 16th to Sunday August 19th at Ggaba Community Church. According to officials, the conference is open to all ladies aged 18 years and above and will run under the

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PHOTOS: MUBS Students’ Hostel Catches Fire

A hostel in the Makerere University Business School (MUBS) Nakawa has Monday caught fire, destroying students’ property. Sources inside the University have identified the hostel as Baheesi hostel which is situated near Bugolobi side. Although the cause of the fire hasn’t been identified yet, preliminary reports say that the fire started from

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UIA in Life Insurance Digital Campaign

Uganda Insurers Association (UIA), the umbrella organization for all the insurance companies in Uganda, has embarked on efforts to create awareness and encourage uptake of Life insurance in Uganda. The highly emotional campaign kicked off on UIA’s social media pages featuring children answering a series of questions about how they envision

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Campari Group Introduces 4 Spirit Brands to Ugandan Market

Davide Campari-Milano S.p.A., trading as Campari Group, a major player in the global spirits industry, has now entered Uganda officially, introducing a selection of their leading brands – including Campari, Skyy Vodka, American Honey Liqueur and Bulldog London Dry Gin – to the trade in Uganda, further enhancing Camparis’ worldwide market. The

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Gender Ministry PS Bigirimana Kicked Off Umeme Board of Directors

Gender, Labour and Social Development permanent secretary Pius Bigirimana has Thursday morning been kicked off the Board of Directors for power distribution company, Umeme. The decision was made by the company’s stakeholders during an annual General Meeting held at the Kampala Sheraton Hotel. Bigirimana was appointed on the board in April this

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