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Weaver Bird Sculpture Park

Open air sculptures in that mirror a community’s cultural heritage The Independent | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | The  perception that art only resides in the traditional art spaces like museums and galleries is quickly overturned when one visits Weaver Bird Sculpture Park, located almost 7 km from Masaka town, on the …

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Support National Graduate Scheme Bill

It offers a solution to the more than 500,000 unemployable graduates that enter the job market every year COMMENT | PATRICK AJUNA | Parliament is getting ready for debate of the National Graduate Scheme Bill, 2018 for debate in the following a series of consultations and discussions by its Committee …

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Leveraging Boda Boda platforms

Government can use their mobile sharing platforms to streamline transport industry COMMENT | REGEAN MUGUME | The Boda Boda business seems to be taking the Transport industry in the central business District of Kampala by storm with the introduction of new players like Taxify, Safe Boda, Uber and Mondo-ride among …

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Water use in business

Project finds most manufacturers in Uganda unaware of opportunities in efficient water use Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Uganda easily qualifies as one of the most “water secure” countries in Africa. In the south of the country you find Lake Victoria, Africa’s biggest freshwater lake while the world’s longest …

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Britam clinches deal with Uganda Airlines

UK-based insurer in Uganda, Britam, has once again won a business deal with the government to provide insurance cover, this time for Uganda Airlines. Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA | Willis Towers Watson is the airlines’ insurance broker. Britam CEO, Allan Mafabi confirmed to The Independent on Aug.02 that they …

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