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Incubators to the rescue

Currently, Africa has about six agribusiness incubators, two of which are in Uganda At just 27, Sam Turyatunga is the proprietor of Tursam Investments Ltd, the producers of Uhuru branded juices. In 2015, he was producing 15,000 litres of juice and had a turnover of $5,000 (Shs 17 million) per …

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Soda price war?

Pepsi cuts retail prices on plastic bottle by Shs 200 but rivals still reluctant to play ball On May 04, 2016 Crown Beverages, the bottlers of Pepsi Cola products, announced a reduction on their retail price for Mirinda, Mountain Dew, Pepsi Cola, and Evervess Tonic brands. The price reduction of …

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Kayihura asks for Mayor swearing-in to be postponed

The Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura has requested Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) to reschedule the swearing in ceremony of the Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, Lord Councillors and Councillors from Wednesday June 1 to Monday June 6. Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga confirmed the request, saying it was “due to …

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Uganda has not cut diplomatic relations with DPRK

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released a statement refuting reports that Uganda has severed diplomatic relations with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Ambassador James Mugume said in the statement that all that happened was Uganda had reviewed a bilateral cooperation framework with DPRK. …

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America versus Museveni

Ambassador Malac redefines the rules Can someone be defined by their hair? Possibly, in the case of U.S ambassador to Uganda, Deborah Malac. As President Yoweri Museveni discovered recently at his most recent swearing-in ceremony, Malac can be as edgy, unconventional, and anti-establishment as her low cut punky blonde head. …

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We Will Appeal Sejusa Ruling – UPDF

NBS: The Uganda People’s Defense Forces legal team is in the final stages of putting together the grounds on which it will appeal High court’s ruling in General Sejusa’s cases. On Saturday high court ruled that General Sejusa was no longer a serving officer in the armed forces a verdict …

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