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Uganda, Serbia to bolster relations

  NEWS BRIEFS:  Uganda is to benefit in a number of sectors including agriculture and education through bilateral relations with the government of Serbia in a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The speaker of parliament, Rebecca Kadaga said that in 1987, there was an arrangement of barter trade between the …

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Sabiiti on the spot

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. COVER STORY Sabiiti on the spot: Exposing the police boss’s biggest problem THE WEEK Election 2021 plans: EC starts verification of voters’ register at village level THE LAST WORD Inside Europe’s savior complex: How Western efforts …

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Changing differential fluid

Why 2WD has one differential, the 4WD three | THE INDEPENDENT | A differential, or gearbox, basically transfers the power from the transmission to the rear wheels and lets the wheels turn at different speeds when cornering. It is one of the most important parts of a vehicle’s powertrain. And …

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Collective investment scheme assets hit Shs173bn

  The industry still grapples with limited awareness, inadequate skilled labour Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA | Assets held in Collective Investment Schemes (CIS)  that includes savings and credit cooperative societies, local individuals, investment clubs, institutional investors and local companies in Uganda, has increased sharply over the last six years …

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Art tongue in cheek

Confronting the complex and delicate with sarcasm and self-portraiture | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | As a social-political commentator, Ugandan artist Paul Ndema exploits adversity to provoke intense dialogue and criticism of the socio-political injustices. In his latest series, he delves into the delicate and complex issues of religion, sexuality and cultural …

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New kids in banking

  Industry experts foresee a competitive, innovative and technology driven sector   Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Rivalry in Uganda’s banking sector is expected to tighten following the central bank’s decision to grant two entities licenses to start banking business. These are Afriland First Bank Uganda Limited, a Cameroonian …

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Uganda Airlines new CEO tasks ahead

  Former CEO Ephraim Bagyenda appointed director engineering and maintenance Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA | The soon-to-be appointed CEO of the revived Uganda Airlines will have a challenging job ahead as he or she tries to identify the major shifts in the aviation industry and steer the company towards …

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