There is something intriguing about Denmark. A country with so many world records, one of its outstanding ones include ranking first in government transparency and lack of corruption. There are more, like having the world’s happiest population, the world’s highest minimum wage, lots more.
More investments need to be plunged into the agricultural value chain for Uganda to achieve sustainable economic growth and development, Dr. Kisamba-Mugerwa, the chairperson of the National Planning Authority (NPA) has said.
Traders and other organizations transacting business in South Sudan beaming with smiles of satisfaction after Ethiopian Airlines being granted permission to operate direct flights between Entebbe to Juba that are set to start next week.
Microsoft has said its profits have taken a hit from its newly acquired Nokia phone division but that revenues have got a strong lift from cloud services.
SINCE opting for the private sector-led growth strategy to spearhead the attainment of Uganda’s growth and development aspirations, the government has, beyond its traditional policy and regulatory role
Entrepreneurs’ bus comes to Uganda and East Africa
By Billy Rwothungeyo
The AMPION Venture Bus this year makes its debut in Uganda and the other East African countries of Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania.
Three Police disciplinary units are in Rwenzori region in western Uganda to hear cases of security personnel accused of poor response to the July 5 attacks that claimed at least 92 lives in Bundibugyo, Ntoroko and Kasese districts.
Makerere University kitchen staff, recently redeployed to other departments by the administration, have petitioned court demanding sh2.5b terminal benefits.
A blacklisted contractor has petitioned court over a three-year suspension penalty by the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority (PPDA).
National Housing and Construction Corporation (NH&CC) has signed a loan agreement with Shelter Afrique, to provide housing to the rising middle-income class in Kampala district.