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SEKABEMBE: dfcu ready to support roads sector

Come to us for credit support, dfcu bosses tell road sector players Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Road contractors should consider partnering with financial institutions to increase their chances of winning while bidding for big projects, according to dfcu Bank Executive Director and Chief Commercial Officer, William Sekabembe. “We …

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UEDCL tackles Bundibugyo electricity challenge

Electricity consumers in Bundibugyo and Ntoroko districts want power distributor to meet their expectations Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Imlan Lutaaya, 24, the proprietor of Kuteesa Metal Works, a six months old welding startup, located in Nyahuka Town Council, Bundibugyo District has his eyes on the new power distributor …

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Sudhir’s new condominium property launched

This comes at a time the property market is slowly recovering from coronavirus pandemic hit   Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Kampala has an additional condominium property that is open for those searching for high end homes with services that meet their living expectations – Bukoto Living Condo Project. …

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Sudhir Ruparalia gets AstraZeneca jab

City tycoon Sudhir takes COVID-19 jab Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE |  More prominent Ugandan leaders are taking lead in receiving COVID-19 vaccine jabs contrary to earlier reports that the move would endanger people’s lives. City tycoon, Sudhir Ruparalia, on March 25, received his first shot of the AstraZeneca vaccine joining …

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Carrefour opens second store in Kampala

It plans to increase the number to five in the next 4-5 years Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Carrefour, owned and operated by Majid Al Futtaim has opened a second store in Uganda at Naalya, along the Northern Bypass, some 11kilometres out of Kampala city centre. Spanning over 2,050 …

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UK-funded online child abuse campaign takes root in Uganda

Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE  | A United Kingdom funded online child abuse campaign that aims to remove sexual abuse content targeting children is taking root in Uganda, according to International Watch Foundation (IWF), which is behind it.  In an interview with The Independent, the International Development Officer for IWF, Zoe …

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