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Jumia Lists On New York Stock Market

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Jumia has become the first African technology company to ever list on the New York Stock Exchange. Jumia an online shopping company is riding on e-commerce to deliver fast goods to consumers at their convenience on real time. “With technology, everything becomes possible. We certainly believe that the best is yet to come for Africa. We thank our customers for ...

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Crown Beverages Unveils 4 Billion Consumer Campaign

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Crown Beverages Limited (CBL), the bottler of Pepsi, Mirinda,Mountain Dew, Sting, and Nivana Water has launched new consumer campaign dubbed Tukonectinge with Pepsi.  Worth shs 4billion.  Tukonectinge is a Luganda slang that means let’s connect. Through the campaign, Pepsi will reward its consumers with a total of; 24 fully-paid trips to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, 24 Toyota Wish ...

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Lugogo’s New “Prancing Porny” Excites Kampala’s Party Goers

Lugogo New Bar Excites Kampala's Party Animals

Latest search revealed a new hangout place called “Prancing Porny”, which is located along Lugogo Bypass next to Oryx Petro Station. This place is well designed with good accommodation to satisfy its customers efficiently. Check also: Irene Ntale Hints Why She Collaborated In A Tune With Sheebah However, it was during this week when this bar called “Prancing Porny”, opened fully ...

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Affordable Housing Requires A New Shape For The Mortgage Industry

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There are two essential parts to achieving affordable housing: building decent,low-cost homes, and developing a housing finance market that enables low-income earners to buy those homes. For, without finance, almost no home price is low enough to be affordable on an average salary. For this reason,the mortgage market has been growing. Housing loans have risen more than ten-fold since 2006, ...

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Civil Society Organizations Call For A Rethink Of The Lubowa Hospital Investment

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Civil society fraternity have called upon government to rethink on borrowing money for the construction of specialized hospital in Lubowa. briefing journalists SEATINI-Uganda together with Uganda Debt Network (UDN) Oxfam-Uganda, Civil society advocacy group(CSBAG) and Initiative for Social and Economic Rights (ISER) expressed their concerns on the decision by the  Parliament of Uganda to approve Promissory Notes worth US$ 379.7 Million ...

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