Crown Beverages Limited (CBL), the bottler of Pepsi, Mirinda, Mountain Dew, Sting, and Nivana Water has today launched a new customer reward promotion dubbed Nyongeza Aya Bass.
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Crown Beverages launches ‘Nyongeza’ campaign worth Ush1.5 billion

Crown Beverages Limited, the makers of Pepsi, Mirinda, Sting, Nivana and Mountain Dew has launched yet another promotion campaign dubbed ‘Nyongeza Aya Bass with Mirinda’ to give back to their customers. Nyongeza is a multi-ethnic Ugandan word that means, “give more” while Aya Bass is a popular slang that means, “let’s go” that was popularized […]

Standard Chartered Bank in partnership with Challenges Uganda has launched a 6-month youth employability programme under its Futuremakers initiative valued at Ugx 300,000,000.
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Programme to tackle youth employability challenge launched

Standard Chartered Bank in partnership with Challenges Uganda has launched a 6-month youth employability programme under its Futuremakers initiative valued at Ugx 300,000,000. The “Youth-to-Work” initiative which has been unveiled at Kampala Serena Hotel to over 100 guests will benefit 40 young and enthusiastic out of university youths with an opportunity to work with Small […]

The worst-kept secret in African football was confirmed by no less than the president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Ahmad Ahmad.
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What FIFA’s takeover of CAF mean for African football?

The worst-kept secret in African football was confirmed by no less than the president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), Ahmad Ahmad. With journalists from around the world gathered in Cairo for the Africa Cup of Nations, Ahmad revealed that CAF’s executive committee had requested FIFA’s intervention in its administrative processes. Consequently, FIFA Secretary […]

CAF President Ahmad Ahmad.
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CAF controversially revokes journalists’ accreditation with hours to AFCON kick off

In another attempt to control the news regarding African football affairs, the journalist Nazim Bessol, working for Algerian newspaper Botola, has seen his accreditation for the African Cup of Nations revoked. Initially, Bessol received a confirmation approval letter with accreditation number 1206. However yesterday Bessol received an email from CAF explaining, without justification, that his […]