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Pearl Dairy 5 year growth projection

New markets, increased consumption, and stable EAC economy will boost returns, company executives say Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Executives at Pearl Dairy Farms Limited expect a boom in business in the next five years supported by an increase in milk consumption, new markets and the easing of trade …

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Ruth Ssebatindira appointed UTL administrator

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The High Court in Kampala has appointed Ruth Sebatindira, the former President of the Uganda Law Society as the new Administrator of Uganda Telecom Limited-UTL. Sebatindira will replace Nelson Bemanya whose contract expired in November 2019. The decision follows an application filed on December …

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Fighting over UTL administration

Will Bemanya’s removal save or ruin the company?   Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Bickering among government officials on who should take over the management of Uganda telecom as provisional administrator could scare away prospective investors, experts say. UTL needs around Shs255bn to clear some of its Shs536bn debt …

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ANITE: The plan by the mafia is to take me out of the picture

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  The ongoing controversy over the audit of Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL) took a dramatic turn on Monday, with State Minister for Privatization and Investment, Evelyn Anite telling the press that her life is in danger. Anite blamed the ‘mafia’ – a yet to be identified …

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ANALYSIS: Zigy Wyne death

Bobi Wine, police and Kiwani 2021 Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE |“Kiwani” in Kampala street-speak means “something fake.” Musician Bobi Wine coined the word in 2007 as the title of his song that won that year’s award for best Afro beat single. Twelve years later, Bobi Wine (real name Robert …

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Solving UTL puzzle

  Experts say Bemanya should stay but government should focus on recapitalising the telecom firm Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Debts, poor corporate governance, fights, politics and ageing infrastructure have taken centre stage in debates surrounding Uganda Telecom Limited. Bemanya Twebaze, a Ugandan lawyer and corporate executive, who has …

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