Monthly Archives: November, 2021

Two Years Later; Government Yet To Punish BoU Officials Over Irregular Closure of Seven Commercial Banks

The government of Uganda has not yet taken punitive action against Bank of Uganda (BoU) officials for the closure of seven commercial banks two years after the recommendation was made by Parliament. In 2019, Parliament’s Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises (Cosase) recommended that senior BoU officials be individually held responsible for the…

Total Energies Launch 3rd Edition Of Startupper Of The Year Challenge

Following the success of the first two editions, TotalEnergies is relaunching the Startupper of the Year Challenge in 32 countries of the African continent. During the previous edition, TotalEnergies Marketing Uganda Limited rewarded four young entrepreneurs before the Covid pandemic. Beyond the entrepreneurial spirit, this 3rd edition of the Startupper Challenge of the Year reaffirms TotalEnergies’…

Two Traders Charged For Vending Grasshoppers On Uganda Airlines

The Aviation Security at Entebbe International Airport, has charged two passengers, aboard the Uganda Airlines flight No UR446, from Entebbe to Dubai, following their disruptive behaviour of vending grasshoppers to other passengers, from their carry-on luggage. The suspects have been identified as; Mubiru Paul, a 27-year-old, businessman, dealing in phone accessories and resident of Nsambya…

We Waste No Time: Victoria University Kicks Off Registration For February-March Intake 2022

If you’re a student who have been home stranded due to the current COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, cry no more as Uganda’s leading private education hub, Victoria university kicks off registration for February-March Intake 2022. The University’s management has through its Twitter handle invited students to enrol for work-integrated experiential learning at Victoria University which guarantees…

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