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How Uganda benefits from the World Economic...

The Handshake on how Uganda benefits from the World Economic Forum

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Corruption seen rising in Trump's US: watchdog...

The US lost four points to score 71 out of 100 on the watchdog's 2018 Corruption Perceptions Index, sending the country tumbling out of the top 20 for...

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As it happened: Uganda Today - Wednesday...

The Executions and Bailiffs Division of the High Court announces "massive reforms" to transform service delivery and public perception of the court.

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President Museveni to attend World Economic...

The forum brings together top business leaders, international political leaders, economists, among others, to discuss the most pressing issues facing the...

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Has Davos made the world better?

One persistent criticism is that World Economic Forum meetings have simply created a safe space for the corporate world to lobby governments without oversight....

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Growing African repression causing migrant...

Not one country on the African mainland was found to be free.

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Museveni woos investors as German companies,...

Siemens is a German conglomerate and the largest manufacturing and electronics company in Europe.

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Political will minus strategy won’t develop...

The problem, noted Museveni, has been fragmented vision, pointing out the example of African governments that at one point persecuted the private sector....

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World Economic Forum opens search for Africa’s...

The 2017 World Economic Forum on Africa will convene on 3-5 May in Durban, South Africa, under the theme Achieving Inclusive Growth.

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Investment opportunities exist in Africa...

Infrastructure investors with an appetite for risk should note that large scale investment opportunities exist and there is huge potential for growth in...

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Museveni launches fiberboard factory...

President Yoweri Museveni launched Nile Fibre Boards Uganda Ltd at Kinoni Village, Kakoge Sub County in Nakasongola district on April 10. The $25m factory is to employ over 1000 locals. The company is specialised in making wood products including different...