Bank of Uganda has started a campaign to boost people’s understanding of economic issues affecting them so that they can identify opportunities to exploit.
The chief finance officer of Three Ways Shipping Company has been charged with embezzling $3.8m (about sh10b), belonging to telecom company MTN.
Democratic Republic of Congo's President Joseph Kabila has fired the chief executive of the country's state mining company Gecamines for "gross negligence", according to a presidential decree read out on the state television channel.
Nissan said Monday that net profit for the April-June quarter soared 37 percent to $1.1 billion, crediting robust overseas demand that offset weaker sales at home.
The Constitutional Court has asked lawyers representing three former board members of state broadcaster Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC), to explain why a court application was disowned by their clients.
Health and agriculture development are key if African countries are to overcome poverty and grow, US software billionaire Bill Gates said Thursday, as he received an honourary degree in Ethiopia.
Deputy Central Bank governor Louis Kasekende has weighed in on the liberalisation debate, saying free markets are good, if governments are involved.
Ugandan women entrepreneurs are set to benefit from a special US government programme for African women entrepreneurs.
INTERNATIONAL credit rating agency, Standard & Poors (S&P) this week affirmed Uganda’s credit rating at B/B with a stable outlook from B negative based on high GDP
Bank of Uganda has taken over the management of Global Trust bank.