Barclays Bank has in a bid to boost skilling among the youth in remote Kampala suburbs donated shs100 million to Youth Employment Systems (YES) to create job creation skills.
Earnings from tourism are expected to exceed $2 billion (about sh5.3 trillion) per annum in the next few years, according to projections from the recently launched tourism Master Plan.
The ministry of local government is investigating its officials after a car belonging to the ministry was impounded with contraband polythene bags in Busia district.
Young techies have been advised to have users at the back of their minds, while developing solutions if they are to thrive in an increasingly dynamic Information Communication Technology world.
Geoffrey Kiryabwire, Justice of the Court of Appeal, has decried the poor corporate governance culture in Uganda.
A report based on leaked Ugandan oil contracts shows that Government has got a better financial deal for the country’s oil but has failed to put in place crucial environmental and human rights safeguards.
The Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority (PPDA) has started holding open discussion forums, locally called barazas, to engage Ugandans on procurement issues in their localities.
Over 2000 firms are expected to show case their products at this year’s International Trade Fair that opens on Thursday October 2ndat Lugogo.
Bank of Baroda half year profit leapt by 26.9% to sh17.3b at the end of June 2014 from sh13.7b last year. Demand for the number of outstanding bids for the bank’s shares is building up, showing an appreciation bias.
Uganda’s wildlife and tourism sector is targeting to harness more attractions such as culture to expand the revenue stream for the communities and the country.