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Airtel Slashes Mobile Money Withdraw Rates by Over 50%

Airtel Uganda has cut charges on cash withdrawals and person to person transfer rates as the telecommunications company continues its efforts towards the enhancement of cashless economy and financial inclusion. Speaking to the media, Mr. V.G. Somasekhar the Airtel Uganda Managing Director emphasized on Airtel’s continuous commitment to create affordable and innovative

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Africell Launches New Strategy for Growth, Development in Uganda

Telecommunications company Africell Uganda has Monday launched a new commercial direction that will see the company grow and extend wings across the country. Dubbed ‘New Chapter’, the strategy focuses on enhancing their priorities and customer experience by personalizing service and customizing offers. The strategy, according to Africell officials also targets to increase

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Uganda Airlines’ Fleet Expands as Two More Bombardiers Arrive

Uganda Airlines’ fleet has Monday increased from two to four planes after the arrival of two more bombardier CRJ900 aircrafts. The aircrafts which touched down at Entebbe Airport at 15:05 EAT and 15:10 EAT were both received amid cheers from onlookers who included politicians, civil servants, journalists, social media influencers among

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Three Ugandans Named Among 100 Most Influential Young Africans

Three Ugandans have been named among the 100 Most influential Young Africans in 2019 in a list dominated by musicians and sports personalities in Africa. Journalists Nancy Kacungira, Usher Komugisha and Eddy Kenzo are the three Ugandans who made it to the list of 100. The awards aim at appreciating youths impacting

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UPDF Release Re-Arrested Kaweesi Murder Suspects

The army has Monday afternoon released four suspects in the case of the murder of former Police Spokesperson AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi. Yusuf Nyanzi, Jibril Kalyango, Joshua Kyambadde and Yusuf Mugerwa had been released on bail by Justice Lydia Mugambe of the High Court International Crimes Division before being arrested by

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