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Stanbic Bank Uganda and Uganda Revenue Authority Makes tax payment Easy

Stanbic bank make tax payment easy

All Tax payers are now able to pay their tax duties by using VISA, MasterCard and MTN Mobile money the secure convenient and affordable online method that is launched by Stanbic bank together with URA (Uganda Revenue Authority). Check also: Uganda Could Get Rich On Oil, According To World Bank The online platform is easily accessed by both Stanbic and ...

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Why Vodafone Is the Difference

Vodafone is the difference

Vodafone is the first ever Telecommunication network in Uganda to have a fully functional 4G network as the standard for customers accessing the network. Check also: Top 10 Countries With The Fastest Internet Speeds The network provides TD-LTE 4G which is proven to offer superior performance, and quality of service. You can enjoy ultra-Fast 4G Internet with faster download speeds and faster ...

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What You Need To Know About Samsung Galaxy S9

Galaxy s9

Some people that have used Galaxy S8 say that it’s one of the best and stylish smartphone in the world, but that might not be the case. The upcoming Galaxy S9 together with its fantastic brother, Galaxy S9 Plus might be more sophisticated and too stylish, though there’s a lot we haven’t hard about the upcoming smartphone. Check also: Samsung’s Galaxy ...

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Liquid Telecom And Strathmore Business School To Drive Africa’s Data Revolution Through New Analytics Centre

strathmore university

Strathmore Africa Data Analytic Centre will be hosted at East Africa Data Centre (EADC) in Nairobi where it will provide businesses with data analytics services. Check also: CEC Liquid Partners With BongoHive To Accelerate Zambia’s Gaming And IoT Ecosystem Leading pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom, a subsidiary of Econet Global, has partnered with Strathmore Business School (SBS), the graduate business school of ...

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Uganda Set To Launch Local Social Media Platforms To Reduce Internet Costs

UCC suspends 23 radios over promoting witchcraft

T he Uganda Communication Commission is set to launch local social media platforms in a bid to lower internet costs, Executive Director Eng. Godfrey Mutabazi has said. Check also: How Facebook Managed To Reach 2 Billion Monthly Active Users “That is one of the projects we are working on next year. There is an investor who is bringing our own social ...

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