UNBS want urban authorities to adopt global standards:
News Thursday, Nov 09, 2017
KAMPALA-UGANDA ------The Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS) has called upon urban authorities to adopt international standards on smart cities such that they can provide quality life to their citizens.
Milk prices drop by 250% in Ugnada action needed to curb Crisis:
News Thursday, Nov 02, 2017
Dairy farmers in southwest Uganda have gone through turbulent times. From ticks developing resistance to acaricides to prolonged droughts, both of which have led to significant loss of cattle. Just when things were starting to stabilise the price of milk
3 million adult Ugandans in extreme poverty:
News Friday, Oct 27, 2017
KAMPALA, UGANDA- About 3 million adult Ugandans or 15% of the total adult population are extremely poor, don’t have a single coin or are financial excluded according to the Bank of Uganda.
Real Estate developers demand government support:
News Friday, Oct 27, 2017
KAMPALA-UGANDA--Real estate Developers in Uganda have asked the Government to support them to access cheap financing from both local and international financial Institutions if their sector is to develop.
Nepotism killing Uganda SMEs:
News Friday, Oct 27, 2017
KAMPALA, UGANDA- Uganda’s Minister of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives Amelia Kyambadde has decried the increasing employment of family members, clans mates and tribes mates in most Ugandan Small and Micro-medium Enterprises arguing that such unprofession
Stanbic Bank contributes Ush 225M to MTN Marathon:
News Thursday, Oct 19, 2017
KAMPALA, UGANDA- Stanbic Bank Uganda, a partner and supporter of the MTN Kampala Marathon, has contributed UGX 225 million towards this year’s activity.