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How coffee farming enables school dropout...

AGRICULTURE | After completing senior six in 2013, Jacob Ojok, didn't see himself joining university because there was no source of funds that could...

COVID-19: Coffee farmers urged to form groups...

When farmers form groups, they not only market together but monitor each other so as to maintain the quality of coffee beans needed by the consumers.

13th Uganda national barista championship...

According to Rwakatogoro, the main objective of the activity is for capacity building amongst participants for purposes of serving high-quality coffee...

Ugandan Embassies to start promoting exports...

New Vision TV news cast anchored by Ruth Nasejje

Is the Coffee Bill relevant?

Uganda aims at increasing coffee export from about five million bags to 20 million bags in the next 10 years.

Full Bulletin: Kenya's first batch of crude...

Kenya’s commercial oil prospects have received a boost from the recent pricing of the first batch of crude oil of 200,000 barrels that fetched 12 million...

People love coffee and beer for the buzz,...

The truth may be that our preferences for caffeine or alcoholic beverages -- or indeed sugary sodas -- derive not so much from the way they taste but...

Govt to distribute 80 million coffee seedlings...

In the 2017/18 financial year, the government distributed a total of 239 million coffee seedlings to farmers

Coffee lessons at the Rugyeyo Farm in Namayumba...

Robert Kabushenga(left), CEO Vision group conducts a practical lesson on coffee with the team from the Swedish Institute management programme for Africa,...

Finance minister urges Ugandans to grow more...

Finance minister Matia Kasaijja urges Ugandans to grow more coffee

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