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Absa bank Uganda to mentor 30 SMEs

Kampala, Uganda | Julius Businge  |  A total of 30 small and medium enterprises are going to benefit from Absa Bank Uganda mentorship programme that will handle matters entrepreneurship and finance.  The beneficiaries will be picked from 100 small and medium-sized enterprises that are set to benefit from a Business Continuity …

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MTN partners with IMG to provide telemedicine services

Kampala, Uganda | Julius Businge  | MTN Uganda and International Medical Group and International Medical Center have signed a memorandum of understanding to provide digital health services across the country. Telemedicine is a situation where a medical doctor interacts or offers medical services to a patient through internet enabled devices like …

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Fruits and vegetables exports jump to $45m

But dealers are crying for government support amidst COVID-19 crisis Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Uganda’s fruits and vegetable exports maintained a growth trend amidst the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, but dealers insist they are loss making and need tangible support from government. Latest data from Bank of Uganda …

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Uganda’s Economy: No celebrations yet

Can government respond to private sector needs amidst pressures related to COVID-19? Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | KK Foods, exporters of fresh foods and vegetables, enjoyed market opportunities in Europe, US and Canada   until Covid-19 restrictions struck in March last year. Export volumes dropped from 63 tonnes to 40 …

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UETCL boosts electricity supply to industries at Namanve

But manufacturers want power to come at cheaper price to enhance their competitiveness Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Industries operating within Kampala Industrial and Business Park, Namanve, are now receiving reliable, stable, quality and adequate electricity following Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited’s bold step to install 189MVA, 132/33kv Namanve …

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Uganda Baati unveils new product on the market

This comes at the time construction activities are slow due to sluggish economic growth Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | The construction sector seems to be picking up as coronavirus slows down, with the sector-players now rolling out new products to the market. Uganda Baati Limited, the maker of building …

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