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Uganda’s pathogenic Economy

  Time for the country to leap into pharma knowledge and great value manufacturing COMMENT | MORRISON RWAKAKAMBA | Uganda Investment Authority is working with Ministry of Health and other stakeholders to implement establishment of an over 500 acre fully serviced major pharmaceutical industrial park in Nakasongala to spur human …

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Rwakakamba confirmed new UIA board chairman

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  The Chief Executive Officer at Agency for Transformation (AfT), Morrison Rwakakamba has been appointed as the new board chairman of the Uganda Investment Authority (UIA). Rwakakamba who has also been a board member of UIA will start his term of office on June 1, 2021 …

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Reforming Social Security sector

Why it will take more than the positive steps introduced by parliament through the NSSF Bill COMMENT | MORRISON RWAKAKAMBA | After two years of back and forth, legislative rancour, bevy of consultations and a mix of COVID-19 that ripened urgency for workers protections  – and continues to upstage fortunes …

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COMMENT: Behind National Dialogue

Is it a Piriton pain killer pill by President Museveni to drug Ugandans into slumber? COMMENT | MORRISON RWAKAKAMBA | Since talk and preparations for the national dialogue were put in motion over a year ago by a host of shepherds led by Inter-Religious Council of Uganda, The Elders Forum and …

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COMMENT: WhatsApp tax and democracy

How progressive is Uganda’s tax code for an economy that has been hurting since 2016? COMMENT | MORRISON RWAKAKAMBA |  As we approach the 2018/2019 Financial Year and the statecraft colour that comes with it – the State of the Nation address and reading of the national budget; the dress rehearsals …

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Are cooperatives relevant today?

By Morrison Rwakakamba Technology and elite capture demand new-style organisations to match with the new realities With over 10,400,000 citizens  connected to mobile phones, according to International Communication Union, over 5,000,000 browsing the internet daily, and millions tuning into more than 228 fm radio stations  broadcasting in local languages – …

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