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‘Mediocrity will not launch us into middle income status’


But there is one young lady from PwC who in my view posed a critical question to minister of Finance Matia Kasaija.

Should I replace or repair my brake pads?


My 2006 Mercedes ML 320 CDi has squealing brakes which vibrate when I brake suddenly. We have just replaced the pads but the discs seem to be the problem

Which Premio engine has the best fuel economy?


I would want to understand in the simplest language the difference between a Toyota Premio engine 1NZ 1.5, 1ZZ 1.8 and 1AZ 2.0. Which one has the lowest fuel economy?

Be safe as you drive this festive season


The festive season comes with lots of excitement and with it; many people lose their heads getting into messy accidents.

Spacio vs Raum


Corolla Spacio, a five-door estate, is one of the most popular cars currently on the Ugandan market.

Pay close attention to dashboard lights


When a dashboard warning light illuminates, you must never ignore it because it might be pointing to a more serious problem

Inspiring people into leadership


At Kyambogo University where he attained a degree in Education, he once served as the academic board chairman, deputy speaker of the student’s association, guild representative counsellor for the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, a minister for academic affairs, and a guild president

Understand your car cooling system


Your car’s engine produces incredibly high levels of heat and the cooling system is essential to lower the temperature that might damage some parts

Museveni asks Indians to invest in value addition


Mr Museveni made the remarks at the Diwali dinner held at State House Entebbe where he hosted the Indian Association members over the weekend

Another Ugandan Coffee shop enters US market


UCDA’s market intelligence manager James Kizito, says a component of increasing Uganda’s exports with an emphasis on value added exports and service exports

China promises to make quality products for Africa


Mr Wang was speaking yesterday to journalists in Buenos Aires, at the sidelines of the on-going 11th World Trade Organisation Ministerial Conference

Fintechs asked to develop problem-solving innovations


She therefore urged the Fintechs and other relevant players to deal with these challenges hindering uptake of digital financial service that they all would want to partake

Microfinance institutions told to provide cheap, quick loans


Microfinance increases financial inclusion by extending services to small businesses and new entrepreneurs, especially in rural poor areas

Massive power blackout as Umeme investigates cause


According to Umeme, power is being restored in a phased manner and that parts of Kampala are back on

URA auctions 50 vehicles, 45 motor cycles


Other items on auction include washing machines, fridges, wines and juice, mattresses, cigarettes and microwaves

URA takes head-on the fight against illicit financial flows


This is because IFFs have since become a “deadly haemorrhage” that needs to be gotten rid of by all means available. What IFF is

Uganda has made gains in financial inclusion - Citibank


Digitisation is a core element of Citi’s strategy

Make money by selling cooked food this season


With the festive season around the corner, usually with long holidays, you too can start this kind of business

Alikiriza taps into transportation


Mr Leonard Alikiriza, a 36-year old Makerere University Bachelor of Commerce graduate is not one such person

Farmers accessing agricultural insurance reach 40,000


The number of farmers accessing subsidies from government under the Uganda Agriculture Insurance Scheme (UAIS) has increased from 30,000 to 40,000 farmers indicating increased interest in the services

Free zones authority signs pact to promote investment, trade


The Uganda Free Zones Authority (UFZA) has signed a Memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Trademark East Africa (TMEA) to guide the formation of an investment, trade and logistics hub in Jinja District as well as promote collaboration between the two organisations

Bank partners with organisations to support farmers


More than 100 farmer groups dubbed Farmer Based Organisations (FBOs) countrywide that have the potential to contribute to the agricultural value chain are set to benefit from a $2.8m (Shs10.08b) fund

Soroti fruit factory starts production next year


Uganda Development Corporation (UDC) has said it expects to begin test running the Soroti fruit factory next month after the remaining equipment is finally installed at the end of this month

Insurance firm moves to consolidate market share


Opportunities for investment in insurance are many going by Uganda’s less than 1 per cent coverage

Moneylenders go to Court over governing law


Moneylenders have petitioned the Constitutional Court challenging the legality of the Tier 4 Micro Finance Institutions and Money Lenders Act, 2016, saying it is a threat to their business