Africell follows other giant companies, expected to exit Uganda

The Ugandan economy continues to suffer major blows after another giant company, Telecom company Africell announced that it will be exiting the Ugandan economy. The telecommunication company entered the Ugandan market in 2014 after buying the stake of French Telecom company, Orange. The exit will be ending a seven year stint in Uganda that has proved rather fruitless than the…

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How to mine Crypto Currencies with your Laptop to earn $15 to $82 Per Day

How to mine Crypto Currencies with your Laptop to earn $15 to $82 Per Day

Hello readers, due to the pandemic outbreak, many businesses on the local market have been affected… However, in this article, you will learn How to mine Crypto Currencies over $200 per month, which is roughly $8 daily.  Without too much gossiping, let’s dive into today’s session… Open your web browser and type in this URL kryptex.org. After the website has…

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Lira market vendors decry poor market conditions

Vendors in Lira central market have come out to decry the poor working conditions they are subjected to. The outcries come a week after President Museveni passed a number of directives aimed at slowing down the spread of the deadly COVID 19 cases. The President ordered vendors in the different markets across the country especially those selling foodstuffs to start…

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Quality Chemicals and Ministry Of Health donate mosquito nets to Nakaseero Market vendors

The Ministry of Health has today 23rd June 2021 in conjunction with Quality Chemicals handed over 5000 mosquito nets to vendors who are camping at Nakaseero market. This follows presidential directives that instituted tough measures in curbing down the spike in COVID 19 cases. The President went ahead to say that vendors especially those selling food should camp and live…

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Business Comes To A Standstill Along the Uganda Rwanda Border After Health Workers Stage Strike

Business came to a standstill today 18th June 2021 at the Uganda Rwanda border of Mirama hills. This was brought about by a sit down strike staged by health workers screening covid 19 among drivers and the residents of the area. Non payment of these health workers’ allowances from October 2020 to June 2021 was cited as the main cause.…

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New UNBS statistics show a rise in the number of poor people in Uganda

New statistics released by the Uganda National Bureau of Statistics (UNBS) show that there has been an increase in the number of poor people in Uganda. The report goes ahead to indicate the number as from 8 million people to 8.3 million people. This comes up despite the numerous efforts instituted by the government to bring it down. While addressing…

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