Friday, April 20, 2018

Banking

Agribusiness

Sudhir Eyes Masaka Land For Flower Growing Expansion

Uganda’s richest man Sudhir Ruparelia has toured several areas in Masaka district with an aim of acquiring land to expand on his investments in the growth and exportation of flowers and vege...

How To Earn Over Shs23m From An Acre Of Coffee Annually

On March31, 2018 I and other coffee farmers travelled to Buzami Village, Bunjakko Island in Buwama Sub-county, Mpigi District to learn about a new method of increasing coffee production and ...

10 Profitable Crops That Will Make You Rich In 2018

Agribusiness is increasingly becoming lucrative in Uganda. And a number of unemployed Ugandans are embracing agribusiness for income generation, while the employed ones are into farming to s...

Kenya Moves To Tax Idle Land

Owners of idle land in Kenya face penalties after the government finalised taxation guidelines in part of efforts to boost agricultural production and enhance food security. Land Secretar...

News

Shock As Land Probe Commission Expenditure Hits Whopping Shs23bn Mark

Excitement As Princess Namuganza Graduates With A Masters

Anger As Uganda, Kenya Dump Locals For Cuban Doctors

Cuba’s Raúl Castro Hands Over Power To VP Miguel Díaz-Canel

Malema Of ‘Mama give us a sign’ Speech Faces Corruption Charges

Kenyan Court ‘declares phone tapping illegal’

Uganda Commonwealth Games Athletes Receive Heroes’ Homecoming

Insurance

Featured Post

EXPOSED: Rot At Top Insurance Firm As Agents ‘Eat’ Clients’ Cash

Oil & Gas

Uganda Signs Oil Refinery Dev’t Pact With AGRC Consortium

President Yoweri Museveni has challenged Western companies to take interest in helping Africa explore its resources potential, saying the continent presents immense business opportunities. ...

Ugandan SMEs Tipped On How To Tap Into Oil Cash

As Uganda prepares to see her first oil in 2020, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have been urged to prepare as well  to  cash in-on the opportunities in the sector. According to exper...

Uganda Lacks 1,500 Oil Pipeline Welders

By Aloysious Kasoma Uganda is in the final stages of constructing the oil pipeline, but has a deficit of 1,500 qualified welders to handle the project. These are required to fulfill the loc

Gov’t In Crisis Meeting Over Messy Oil Contracts

By Peter Abaanabasazi The government of Uganda has held a crisis meeting with key oil contractors to avert an impending oil curse. This follows public outcry from locals in Bunyoro re

Analysis & Opinions

OPINION: The Landlord And Tenant Bill Unfit For An Act

By Judy Rugasira Kyanda Over the past few weeks, the media (both print and digital) has been awash with news about the Landlord and tenant Bill that was drafted by the Ministry