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VIDEO: Making a living from cow hooves

VIDEO: In the Hustling for Survival show, Richard Olwenyi tells the story of a man who has made a living from fresh cow hooves which is later prepared as cow hoof stew locally referred to as Kigere or Molokonyi. Fred Bukenya, owes what he has achieved to the trade.   Share on: …

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COMMENT: Mwenda’s pragmatism and mivumba

  COMMENT: By Rajab Kakyama Second-hand clothes – Mwenda shouldn’t be in hurry to displace workers in this sector to become beggars on the fringes of great cities Refer to: “America’s harmful threats” (The Independent Aug.26). Unfortunately, I do agree with Mwenda on principle but disagree with his method of …

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ANALYSIS: Rwanda shines at TGAIS

Rwandan President Paul Kagame and his Ugandan counterpart President Yoweri Museveni on Sept.05 launched the inaugural Global African Investment Summit in Kigali, Rwanda.   Dubbed the Global African Investment Summit COMESA & Government of Rwanda (TGAIS-Rwanda), the meeting brought together African leaders, heads of State, senior policymakers and influential business leaders …

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Ugandans face South Sudan debt headache

 Government moves to get South Sudan pay up multi-million dollar debt to Ugandan traders Over the last nine years, Appolo Nyagamahe, the proprietor of the Aponye Enterprises, has been going through a period of bitterness. Since 2008, he has suffered the ordeal of being forced to liquidate some of his …

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East African leaders delay decision on EU economic partnership

  The East African Community (EAC) leaders have requested for three months to settle concerns by some states before considering signing the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union (EU) as a block. Rwanda and Kenya had signed, but the objections to the EPA were led by Tanzania. The agreement was expected to be signed …

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China exports down 2.8% in August on-year

Beijing, China | AFP |  China’s imports rose 1.5 percent year-on-year in August, figures showed Thursday, the first increase in nearly two years, in a positive sign for the world’s second-largest economy. Exports dropped 2.8 percent on-year to $190.6 billion, a smaller fall than the median forecast in a survey …

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