Tuesday, April 25, 2017



2017 Budget: Government Scraps Off Tax on Irrigation Equipment, Animal Feeds

Uganda’s Shs30trn budget for the Financial Year 2017/18 is set to benefit farmers than ever before. The budget being discussed by Parliament is expected to be passed and approved soon. ...

IT Graduate Makes It Big In Meat Processing

The future lies in hands of go getters! Considering the increasing levels of unemployment globally,   the need for soft skills is increasingly becoming important than ever before. In Ugan...

22 Profitable Agribusiness Ideas That Will Make You Rich

There’s no doubt that agribusiness is a profitable enterprise considering the fact that the world’s population is increasing at a faster rate. This means that demand for agricultural product

How Mpabe Earns Millions From Mixed Farming

Smart farmers are increasingly earning big from agribusiness sector. Although subsistence agriculture in Uganda stands at 69.4%, a few commercial farmers are enjoying the fruits of their ...


Tighten Belts! Losers of 2017 Budget Revealed

Poll: Uganda Youth Say Corruption, Unemployment Museveni’s Biggest Undoing

Sheraton Hotel Gets New Executive Chef

Centenary Bank Profit Up By 8% As Non-Performing Loans Hit Shs35bn

New Uganda Investment Authority Boss Courts Qatari Investors

Ghosts! Parliament Blocks Funding For 15 Oil Roads

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Oil & Gas

Ghosts! Parliament Blocks Funding For 15 Oil Roads

The construction of 15 oil roads in the Albertine Graben ahead of oil production anticipated in 2020 hangs in balance following Parliament’s refusal to okay funding for what has been termed ...

Oil Handshake In New Twist: London Law Firm Conned Uganda Shs14bn

Fresh shocking details have emerged regarding the Shs6bn presidential handshake indicating that  London law firm hired to defend   Uganda during the oil tax case against Heritage Oil Company...

Oil Case Probe: Uganda’s Justice Ministry Paid Shs2.7bn To Ghosts

The ongoing Shs6bn presidential handshake by the Parliamentary Committee on Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises (COSASE) continues to unearth shocking information. The latest is t...

Oil Case Mess: URA Admits London Law Firm Didn’t Provide Legal Opinion

Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) has admitted that London law firm that Uganda government paid Shs2.5bn in the oil case didn’t provide a legal opinion, raising fears that the lawyers may not h...