Sunday,February 17,2019 08:05 AM


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Bob Collymore tips youth at #Pakasa8

The Safaricom Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Bob Collymore was Vision Group's #Pakasa 8 forum main speaker at Kampala Parents School on Saturday.

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As it happened: 8th Pakasa Forum

Text commentary of how the 8th edition of the Pakasa Forum unfolded.

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Youth eager to learn from Pakasa Forum

The forum, to take place in the Kampala Parents’ School auditorium in Naguru, Kampala, from 9:00am, will feature world famous key note speaker and CEO...

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How the Kikomekos have survived in business...

William and Joyce Kikomeko stand out as an exemplary exception to this rule. The couple, which set up its first business, Clinic Equipment Limited in Kitintale,...

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A school drop-out rises to become a multibillion...

After dropping out in S4, owing to a lack of school fees, Ssembusi discovered his “calling” in business.

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Multi-billion Y-Saves started with sh5, 000...

What is not known to some is that her roots were actually in Y-Save investment group from whom she borrowed sh1m

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Help students register innovative products...

“Registration will help these young people to maintain their trademark."

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Semwogerere keeps father’s legacy alive

They started by pounding fresh nkejje, a very nutritious type of fish from Lake Victoria and selling its past to parents with malnourished children both...

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‘Enroll for vocational studies to beat unemployment’...

"Many students have enrolled for non-vocational under graduate programmes in various universities only to end up on the streets."

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Small business enterprises must disrupt markets...

“Joining the tourism sector in most African economies is still challenging for young enterprises because most of the main products are offered by established...


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'Golden handshake' for DR Congo's...

Ministers in the outgoing government of now ex-president Joseph Kabila awarded themselves "golden-handshake" benefits in two decrees which were passed on November 24, that safeguarded lifetime cash payments.