Business

Meet Ndejje University’s Keino Who Earns Big From His Recordings and Clothing Line. 

Introducing Mukisa Keneth Collins, a.k.a Keino. He is a rap artiste with the coolest urban hip hop genre music flows rocking the air waves of kampala. Keino also called Rubaga Dude or Keino Ethouse is a third year Information Technology (I.T) student of Ndejje University Kampala Campus. Started rapping as a freestyle rap gang in high school, Keino has managed to put …

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Development Channel Company Confirmed as a Grand Scam. Police Arrests Boss.

Kira Road Police has arrested a 44-year-old of Nigerian national for allegedly running a grand scam company . The Director of Development Channel Company Charles Nwabuikwu Lambert has been arrested for his role in the fraud and money laundering scheme. The arrest came as a result of angry workers of various transport companies trying to set ablaze one of the …

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US Ambassador, American Chamber of Commerce Celebrate Independence Day In Style.

The United States Of America Ambassador to Uganda, Deborah Malac over the weekend joined the American Chamber of Commerce and the general public to celebrate America’s independence in Uganda. The fourth edition of the event took place at Arya Sumaj Uganda, Kololo grounds themed “Celebrating the American heritage” and involved free blood tests and dental checkups by Victoria Hospital. Deborah Malac who …

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Virtual Private Networks(VPNs) To Be Blocked. – UCC Speaks Out on First Social Media Tax Day.

Uganda Communications Commission Executive Director, Godfrey Mutabazi has said that telecommunication companies will block Virtual Private Networks (VPN) applications that are aiding Ugandans to evade social media tax. The Uganda shilling 200 per day Over The Top (OTT) commonly known as social media tax took effect last night at the start of the 2018/2019 financial year. The tax has triggered …

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Experts Sight Economic Crisis After Social Media and Mobile Money taxes In Uganda.

The economic experts have predicted a slowdown in the growth of economy in Uganda due to the newly introduced taxes on mobile money and social media introduced by the parliament. According to Dr. Fred  Muhumuza,  a Principal Researcher at Development Policy International, the taxes will see  people reduce  down mobile money and social media use for some days . This means the government  …

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