Gen. Tumukunde launches Kisoboka platform as Winnie Kizza joins ANT

Gen. Tumukunde launches Kisoboka platform as Winnie Kizza joins ANT

Former Security Minister Lt. Gen. Henry Tumukunde has today unveiled his campaign team ahead of the 2021 general election in form of a pressure group dubbed ‘Kisoboka' loosely translated as
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SAP Africa Code Week returns and it’s fully online

SAP Africa Code Week returns and it’s fully online

In recognition of the United Nations' International Youth Day today, a new-look SAP Africa Code Week (ACW) initiative officially kicks off across the continent with a number of exciting changes
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African Business Professionals now have better chance of getting CMA certification

African Business Professionals now have better chance of getting CMA certification

For the first time in Africa, business professionals will have a strong chance to acquire the CMA certification, through B Certified Pro. Certified Management Accountant (CMA) is a professional, U.S-based, globally
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Fresh Dairy reassures families on healthy and nutritious products

Fresh Dairy reassures families on healthy and nutritious products

Nutrition is fundamental at ensuring healthy development for children and families at large. Having a balanced diet is one of the basic requirements of nutrition. A balanced diet means having a
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OIL SPILL: Thousands join to save Mauritius tourism

OIL SPILL: Thousands join to save Mauritius tourism

Thousands of students, environmental activists, and residents of Mauritius were working around the clock yesterday, trying to reduce the damage to the oil spill that was caused by a Japanese
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Uganda maintains Central Bank Rate at 7% as economic activity recovers slowly

Uganda maintains Central Bank Rate at 7% as economic activity recovers slowly

The Bank of Uganda, at the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting, has maintained the Central Bank Rate (CBR) at 7 per cent and remained committed to providing liquidity support to
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Qatar Airways starts a No COVID-19 test, No flying policy

Qatar Airways starts a No COVID-19 test, No flying policy

Qatar Airways has announced that all airline passengers travelling from certain foreign airports will have to present a document confirming a negative COVID-19 test result before they are allowed to
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How the Stanbic Schools Championship has improved Uganda’s education

How the Stanbic Schools Championship has improved Uganda’s education

The 5th edition of the Stanbic National Schools Championship 2020 is still on-going with the theme ‘Empowering the job creators of tomorrow’.  Barbara Kasekende, the Manager Corporate Social Investment (CSI)
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Thousands of students, environmental activists, and residents of Mauritius were working around the clock yesterday, trying to reduce the damage to the oil spill that was caused by a Japanese freighter off its coast.
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OIL SPILL: Thousands join to save Mauritius tourism

Thousands of students, environmental activists, and residents of Mauritius were working around the clock yesterday, trying to reduce the damage to the oil spill that was caused by a Japanese freighter off its coast. It was just announced that tourism will reopen in October when a Japanese freighter registered in Panama spilled over 1000 tons […]

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Kenya Airways Resumes International Passenger Flights To 30 Destinations

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Tough times for Africa’s Coffee Farmers – Billions to be Lost to Exploitation

Millions of Africa’s coffee farmers have slipped into abject poverty caused by poor prices which are currently barely enough to cover production costs while the rest of the coffee supply chain players enjoy rising profits. The African farmer produces some fine quality coffee, but receives the lowest prices of all growers, globally. African coffee farmers […]

ADF approves $9.52 million to enhance coordinated COVID-19 response in East and Horn of Africa and the Comoros

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Tough times for Africa’s Coffee Farmers – Billions to be Lost to Exploitation

Millions of Africa’s coffee farmers have slipped into abject poverty caused by poor prices which are currently barely enough to cover production costs while the rest of the coffee supply chain players enjoy rising profits. The African farmer produces some fine quality coffee, but receives the lowest prices of all growers, globally. African coffee farmers […]

ADF approves $9.52 million to enhance coordinated COVID-19 response in East and Horn of Africa and the Comoros

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