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Airtel Airtime Scratch Cards Prices Increase

Airtel Airtime Scratch Cards Prices Increase

Taxes are increasing each-day that goes by on different issues and now here comes a scenario when the Airtel Airtime scratch cards were increased to 10% in terms of payment to users. Put aside the social media tax and Mobile money tax  transaction tax that annoyed almost each and everyone most especially the youth who use these offers like social media. ...

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Check How To Pay Social Media Tax That Is To Start Soon

Check How To Pay Social Media Tax That Is To Start Soon

Network companies like Airtel, MTN, Africell and more have finalized the date to start collecting tax from each and every user who has access to social media platforms like Facebook, WatsApp and more. Unless you pay that tax, you will have full access to messaging, calling and many other related services. Check also: Museveni Introduces Tax On Social Media Platforms However, ...

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Huawei Uganda Assigned A New Managing Director

Huawei Uganda Assigned A New Managing Director

Mr. Liujiawei that replaced Mr. Stanley Chyn in Huawei Uganda, who came with a working class experience of about  eight years in senior management positions, was heading countries, such as South Africa, Swaziland, Mozambique, Mauritius and Malawi. Check also: Huawei Unveils The Most Powerful Smartphone In The world “He was working as a director for Mauritius representative before connecting to Huawei Uganda,” ...

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5 Signs The United States Economy Is Pretty Good

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While other political matters are involved in controversy, trade, immigration as well as foreign policy to name minority, US economy looks to be in good form making Donald Trump to always praise about positive economic signs. Check also: Museveni Is To Make Ugandans Poor By 2020-Muhammad Nsereko To be honest, Unemployment is dropping, requests for disability welfare are falling, and millennials ...

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Tanzanian Billionaires Buy 10 Million Shares In Safaricom

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Tanzanian tycoons Sajjad Rajabali and Aunali bought 10 million shares of Kenyan telecom giant, Safaricom approximately she295 million. This becomes the 3rd largest individual investors in telecommunications sector. Check also: MTN Named The Most Prestigious Brand In Africa The investment for both of them was shown in the Nairobi security Exchange. Rajabali is now ranked after another billionaire investor known as Kibunga ...

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