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$100b expected from Ugandan oil receipts:
Resources Wednesday, Dec 04, 2013
KAMPALA, Uganda - Uganda will earn close to $100 billion as its potential share of oil resources, a Tullow Uganda Country Report released last week shows.The Country Report indicates that once production begins, the government’s potential share will be
By: Paul Tentena
Google looks up Kampala:
Resources Friday, Dec 06, 2013
KAMPALA, Uganda--Google, the multi-billion dollar American global corporation specializing in Internet-related services and products, recently announced Project Link for Kampala.
By: Emma Onyango
Internet business use puts Kenya near top:
Resources Sunday, Dec 01, 2013
NAIROBI, Kenya-- Africa’s rapid adoption of Internet technology and solutions is increasingly helping economic growth across the continent, with Kenya among the leading countries reaping from the worldwide web.
By: Humphrey Liloba
Italians to build Uganda solar units:
Resources Sunday, Dec 01, 2013
KAMPALA, Uganda---Four large solar energy plants are to be developed in Uganda, as the country struggles to close the electricity deficit gap.
By: Paul Tentena
Tanzania eyes energy incubator plan:
Resources Sunday, Dec 01, 2013
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania--The Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship Development (IMED) is launching a renewable energy incubator programme.
By: Patrick Kisembo
Rwanda charts industrial pathway:
Resources Sunday, Dec 01, 2013
KIGALI, Rwanda--The government continues to encourage self-initiative in creating industrial enterprises, but is there to provide infrastructure.
By: Agnes Bateta
More supplies drops Uganda building material pri:
Resources Sunday, Dec 01, 2013
KAMPALA, Uganda--A buyer’s market has emerged in Uganda due to abundant supplies of building materials which has led to a fall in construction costs in the third quarter of 2013.
By: Samuel Nabwiiso
Tanzania to cancel 100 mining licenses:
Resources Sunday, Dec 01, 2013
MWANZA, Tanzania---Some 102 mineral rights licenses are to be cancelled after the 30-day grace period given by government recently expired.
By: Andrew Zablon
TANESCO under fire for no power:
Resources Sunday, Dec 01, 2013
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania - The ongoing power woe coupled with the Tanzania Electricity Supply Company (Tanesco) plan to raise power tariffs by 67.87 per cent has paralyzed businesses around the country.Business communities have now teamed up with Tanzania
By: Leonard Magomba
Digital Television firm expands in Tanzania:
Resources Sunday, Dec 01, 2013
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania – Star Media (Tanzania), a leading digital TV provider has announced plans to expand its services to three more regions.These are Musoma, Tabora and Singida. This means under their brand name, StarTimes, the firm will soon have
By: Bornwell Kapinga
Certificates required to export Rwandan ore:
Resources Sunday, Dec 01, 2013
KIGALI, Rwanda--Rwanda is the first country in the Great Lakes Region to issue mineral export certificates which confirm traceability and transparency in the whole mining procress.
By: Brian Coutinho
TAZARA ready for investment:
Resources Sunday, Dec 01, 2013
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania--The Tanzania Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) Council of Ministers, has directed the Board of Directors and management to work out a framework for incorporating private sector participation in the Authority’s operations and fu
By: Brian Coutinho
Tanzania oil firm offers shares:
Resources Friday, Nov 29, 2013
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania--Swala Energy, an oil and gas exploration firm, will soon sell some shares in an Initial Public Offering so as to list on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE).
By: Leonard Magomba
First solar power plant in Uganda:
Resources Friday, Nov 29, 2013
KAMPALA, Uganda--Kalangala Infrastructure Services Limited (KIS), the company contracted to develop infrastructure in islands district of Kalangala, is to build the first solar power plant in sub-Sahara Africa.
By: John Sambo

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