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Toyota Uganda Loses Shs900m Due To Fire Outbreak

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The fire that burned the Toyota Uganda show room along Jinja Road over the weekend caused the company a Shs900m loss. Check also: 40 Passengers Survive Burning Jaguar Bus According to the Toyota Uganda Managing Director Mohmood Omarc, three brand new cars burnt in the fire, along with four motor bikes as well as office equipment and other gadgets. The cars ...

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African Publishers Meet To Tackle Digital Revenue Challenges

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Africa’s media landscape has undergone substantial changes since publishers gathered for the first Digital Media Africa conference in 2016. These changes will come under the spotlight in November this year when WAN-IFRA hosts the continent-wide gathering to explore new digital revenue models and how best to engage loyal readers. Check also: Ugandans Won’t Stop Gossiping Because Of Social Media Tax “Trustworthy, ...

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Qatar Airways To Start Direct Flights Between Doha And Mombasa In December

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NAIROBI— President Uhuru Kenyatta today held a meeting with a delegation of senior Qatar government officials led by Minister for Transport and Communication Jassim Bin Saif Al Sulati during which the Head of State was informed of plans by Qatar Airways to start direct flights between Doha and Mombasa on 9th December this year. Check also: President Kenyatta Meets Top Business ...

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Museveni Warned Government Officials Who Disappoint Investors

Museveni Promised To Handle Gov't Officials Disappointing Investors

The President of Uganda, His Excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has confirmed to deal with the government officials who circumvent or discourage investors in the country. He however cautioned to handle whoever slows down development projects from them that are beneficial to the Ugandan economy. Check also: Government Approves Reduction Of Mobile Money Transaction Tax During his speech, Museveni made these announcements ...

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Archbishop Ntagali Advises Youth To Start Self-employment

Ntagali Yearned Youth To Start Self-employment

Church of Uganda’s Archbishop, Stanley Ntagali has persistently persuaded many youth to open up their own business strategies and invert from waiting for Governments’ money which is already in circulation in Ghetto places. Ntagali said all this after feeling the greed and future out comes to the country’s economy. Check also: A Restaurant That Employs Only Women Opens In Ethiopia Archbishop Ntagali ...

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