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Nile Breweries donates to Nutrition Ward :
News Monday, Jul 24, 2017
KAMPALA, UGANDA- Nile Breweries Uganda limited last week delivered a USh15M worth of foodstuffs package to the children nutrition ward, commonly known as Mwana Mugimu, at the National Referral Hospital in Mulago which included milk, silver fish, eggs, bee
By: PAUL TENTENA
Uganda told to invest in Low Power Voltage Lines :
News Monday, Jul 24, 2017
KAMPALA-UGANDA --- Experts in Uganda’s electricity industry have asked the government to invest more money in the development of retail low power voltage lines before the commissioning of Isimba and Karuma Hydro Power Dams whose construction is nearing
By: SAMUEL NABWIISO
Uganda Valuers and Surveyors warned on misconduct:
News Monday, Jul 24, 2017
KAMPALA-UGANDA –Uganda’s Minister for Land Housing and Urban Development Betty Amongi Akena has urged practicing Valuers and Surveyors to uphold professional and ethical codes of conduct as in cases of over valuing, mapping out gazetted territory and l
By: SAMUEL NABWIISO
NSSF assets hit $2.2b :
News Monday, Jul 24, 2017
KAMPALA, UGANDA- The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has reported that its total assets now stand at $2.2b (Ush7.6trillion) making them the largest institutional investor in Uganda.
By: PAUL TENTENA
Clan delays Entebbe Airport Expansion works :
News Monday, Jul 24, 2017
KAMPALA, UGANDA- A clan, which occupies about 8 acres of land near Entebbe International Airport is proving stressful to the expansion and upgrade of the Airport, East African Business Week has learnt.
By: PAUL TENTENA
StanChart reloads Priority Banking:
News Monday, Jul 24, 2017
KAMPALA, UGANDA- Standard Chartered Bank has re-launched its Priority Banking Customer Value Proposition (CVP), which awareness campaign will take three months unveiling several offerings and benefits.
By: PAUL TENTENA
Hima Cement enters supply deal with Chinese firm :
News Monday, Jul 17, 2017
KAMPALA-Uganda-- China Communication Constriction Company ( CCCC)has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Hima Cement Ltd, that will see the cement producer supplying cement to the Chinese firm.
By: SAMUEL NABWIISO
AfDB approves US$1 million emergency relief grant for Kenya:
News Thursday, Jul 13, 2017
NAIROBI, Kenya-- The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) has approved a US$ 1 million Emergency Humanitarian Assistance to people affected by drought and famine in Kenya.
By: Samson okwakol
WorldRemit partners Huawei on mobile money transfers:
News Thursday, Jul 13, 2017
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania-- Leading digital money transfer service WorldRemit and Huawei have announced a partnership making WorldRemit’s international money transfer service available to all partners of Huawei’s mobile money service platform across Africa.
By: EABW Reporter
Huawei targets Mobile Broadband to drive economic growth:
News Thursday, Jul 13, 2017
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania--The leading global ICT solutions provider Huawei says it is ready to partner with African governments, operators and private companies to advance economic and social development in the continent through enhancing mobile broadband.
By: PAUL TENTENA
Hospital seeks $222000 for Psychiatric Machine:
News Friday, Jul 07, 2017
KAMPALA, Uganda- The National Psychiatric Referral Hospital popularly known as Butabiika Hospital needs UGX 800 million ($222000) to buy a new X-ray machine to replace the old one that broke down last financial year 2016/2017.
By: SAMUEL NABWIISO
Uganda to amend Road Safety Act :
News Friday, Jul 07, 2017
KAMPALA, UGANDA- Uganda’s Ministry of Transport has initiated plans to review and amend the current Traffic and Road Safety Act, 1998.
By: PAUL TENTENA
460 suppliers fail to meet oil standards:
News Thursday, Jul 06, 2017
KAMPALA, Uganda--About 460 suppliers with in the oil and gas sector are yet to submit all the necessary documents and requirements to meet the needed capacity to work in Uganda’s oil and gas sector, the Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU) said in Kampala.
By: PAUL TENTENA
Rwanda President wants Intra-African trade increased:
News Thursday, Jul 06, 2017
KIGALI, RWANDA- Rwanda President Paul Kagame has said the many economic challenges confronting Africa should drive African countries to urgently increase trade among themselves.
By: BY EABW REPORTER

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