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Civil society proposals for revamping the economy

Reforms cover public debt, interest rates, taxation and public spending Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | A group of civil society organisations under their umbrella organization Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) have presented a list of budget proposals to government that they think can jumpstart the economy that has …

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NIC’s next plan for growth

The insurer is enhancing automation, product innovation and pushing for asset restructuring to drive profitability Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Uganda’s oldest insurance firm, NIC Holdings Ltd, plans to ride on new technologies and product innovations to sustain profit growth. Flanked by two other top executives for the company, …

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Uganda records highest coffee exports

Uganda’s coffee industry has recorded the highest ever export volumes as well as earnings for the Coffee Year 2019/2020 (Oct-Sept), signaling the crop’s steady recovery. Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA | Latest data from the Uganda Coffee Development Authority shows that coffee exports for the 12 months amounted to 5.36 …

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Pope Francis and gays

  What did he really say about civil unions? The Catholic News Agency (CAN) editor-in-chief, author, and canon lawyer JD Flynn explains. “Francesco,” a newly released documentary on the life and ministry of Pope Francis, has made global headlines, because the film contains a scene in which Pope Francis calls …

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