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AU elections suspended to 2017

The election of  chairperson is South Africa’s Dlamini Zuma’s successor has been suspended after none of the three running candidates attained the required two thirds of the vote. In a dramatic morning session of the 27th AU summit in Kigali, 28 members absconded from voting. I feel that the 28 …

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MSMEs to spur middle income status

  Ministry of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives (MTIC) will provide more opportunities for small scale enterprises thru Micro Small Medium Enterprises (MSME) to achieve the 2040 middle income status. During the handover ceremony at Farmers’ House, Minister MTIC, Amelia Kyambadde communicated to Ministry officials that the ministry under the MSME …

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VIDEO: UNRA gets tough on contractors

NBS: The Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) has warned that they will not pay any contractor currently handling road projects across the country if there is even slightest evidence of shoddy work. UNRA Executive Director, Allen Kagina, who was inspecting several roads projects in Tororo instructed the construction firm DOT …

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