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Geneber Outspan Organic Farmers Wins the Dfcu Bank Battle for Cash

Dfcu Bank, in partnership with NTV Uganda and Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) have concluded a nationwide campaign targeted at driving a savings and investment culture in Uganda. The campaign, which has been running over the last three months, was a TV show competition dubbed ‘Battle for Cash’. Between June and August,

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Top 5 Business Risks East Africa Faces

Kenya is emerging from a protracted presidential election process and seeing a return to political stability. Nonetheless, challenges will persist in 2018 for organisations operating in the country and East Africa more widely. High debt levels in Kenya and unpredictable policymaking in Tanzania are among the key risks for businesses operating in

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Masaka Resident Wins Shs 1.3M in Yoola Amajja Promo

Katamba Dennis, a resident of Masaka, won himself UGX1,327,000 Shillings during the sixth draw of Airtel Uganda on going Yoola Amajja promotion which was held at the head offices, Clement Hill. Other winners – Rose Adera Namukasa, Namisi Doreen, Matovu Balikudembe and Abdul Kitiibwakye took home UGX1,164,000, UGX1,203,000, UGX789,000 and UGX1,270,000

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Uganda Export Promotions Board ED Lauds CCBA on Plastic Recycling, Job Creation

Coca-Cola Beverages Africa Uganda on Wednesday hosted Dr. Elly Twineyo Kamugisha, the Executive Director of Uganda Export Promotions Board at Plastic Recycling Industries Nakawa, where they recycle plastic waste. Speaking on behalf of CCBA Uganda, Mr. Simon Kaheru, the Director Public Affairs and Communications said “As CCBA, we are committed to

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Uganda to Host Co-located Africa Energy Forum Next Year

Two co-located conferences taking place in Kampala from the 6-8 February have received the official endorsement of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development for Uganda and are set to welcome local and international partners to explore the region’s potential for energy development, and the necessity for enhanced off grid

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Can Cryptocurrencies Reduce Global Poverty?

Behavioral economics guru, Richard Thaler — this year’s Nobel Prize laureate in economics— has showcased that people are economically imperfect. Since humans are irrational we don’t fit neatly into economic models; we have cognitive limitations, social preferences, or, dare it be said, big problems with self-control. When it comes to decisions about saving

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