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From humble beginnings, Gordon Wavamunno has managed to not only survive, but thrive as a businessman.
    Some 28 agriculture officials and famers have been trained in silage production for pigs.
      Doctor Twaha Kakooza the proprietor of Shatwa Mixed Farm in Bubajjwe village, Kayunga district sold his two dairy cows to start an orange farm.
        Uganda’s property market continues to show signs of recovery in the retail and office sectors, amid concerns over high interest rates.
          Oil prices edged lower in cautious Asian trade Friday as investors await the release of a US jobs report for August that could determine the Federal Reserve's timetable for hiking interest rates.
            The World Food Programme (WFP) has handed over three maize storage facilities to three farmers’ cooperatives of Kyabarungira and Kitswamba sub-counties in Kasese district.
              The secretary-general of the East African Community is set to visit Namanve Industrial Park on Thursday.
                China's economic slowdown is having a broader impact on the global economy than originally expected, especially on emerging markets, the International Monetary Fund said late Wednesday.
                  The Research Industrial Institute should come up with new technologies of local materials in the construction industry in the country to reduce reliance on imported ones.
                    The Uganda Securities Exchange (USE) is now officially trading using an internet-enabled automated trading system.
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