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Tackling youth unemployment

It is importance to identify and provide solutions to obstacles to youth participation in agriculture | MUSA MAYANJA LWANGA | According to projections from the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBOS), the Ugandan population is expected to increase to over 55 million in the next ten years, with the youth (persons …

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ARTS: Seniority First

Exhibit finally resolves who’s an art master controversy with six luminary artists The Independent | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | A master is a skilled individual who passes on his skills to a learner. Traditionally, in art, the master worked with apprentices and passed on the skills.  The term master gained interest …

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dfcu driving commodity finance

Godfrey Mundua is dfcu bank’s head of corporate banking that handles one big segment in the institution called commodity financing. He spoke to The Independent’s Julius Businge about the opportunities this line of credit is offering. What is commodity structured finance all about? Structured commodity finance is a specialised way …

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Pension sector assets hit Shs 11.6trillion

Only 14% of the country’s working population has some sort of retirement benefit scheme Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Uganda’s pension sector continues to register growth amidst the bickering over the proposed changes to the National Social Security Fund Act. Latest statistics from the industry regulator, Uganda Retirement Benefits …

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Festivals transform cities

They make space for overlooked people and cultures | Beth Perry and Rike Sitas | Cities all over the world are facing major crises – from failing services and mounting inequalities, to climate emergencies. And arts and culture have a surprisingly critical role in tackling these kinds of urban challenges. …

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