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SafeBoda exits Nigeria to concentrate on "profitable" Uganda

Uganda, Dec. 5 -- SafeBoda has said its exit from Nigeria will help it to concentrate on Uganda, which is more profitable. The ride and car hailing company last week noted it would exit Nigeria effec... Read More


UCC extends Airtel's listing by a year

Uganda, Dec. 2 -- Airtel applied and was granted permission to delay its listing by a year, according to Uganda Communications Commission (UCC). Responding to Monitor's inquiries in regard to the ant... Read More


Shs11b centre to secure petroleum data

Uganda, Dec. 1 -- The Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU) has invested $3m (Shs11.3b) in a tier three data centre that will secure real time information from oil fields as drilling starts next month. ... Read More


Will Vinod Goel lift Jumia out of the loss-making zone?

Uganda, Nov. 25 -- Jumia's new boss Vinod Goel will face two hard tasks - operating the company at a time when the economy is facing sluggish consumer spending and winning back consumer confidence to ... Read More


KQ pushes for shared operations among African airlines

Uganda, Nov. 25 -- Kenya Airways (KQ) wants a more pan African approach to business that considers partnerships and collaboration among African airlines, according to Mr Julius Thairu, the KQ chief co... Read More


When did things change for Umeme?

Uganda, Nov. 18 -- By around 2018, if anyone had suggested that Umeme would sweat over a concession renewal, it would be difficult to believe. Yes, Uganda's largest power distributor seemed to be in ... Read More


Govt courting West for mining, energy deals

Uganda, Oct. 18 -- Uganda is turning to the West, specifically the Americans, to invest in its energy and mining sectors, a move that seeks to tap into the growing global demand of green energy minera... Read More


Mediation collapses, NGOs want case against EACOP to proceed to trial

Uganda, Oct. 14 -- A case in which a section of civil society organisations is seeking to stop construction of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) will continue to trial in Paris following col... Read More


Total, UNOC to consider third licensing round of oil blocks

Uganda, Oct. 7 -- Total Energies and Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC) have expressed interest in the third licensing round of new oil blocks in the Albertine Graben, and Karamoja sub region. Speaki... Read More


MTN's new boss has her work cut out

Uganda, Oct. 6 -- MTN's new chief executive officer Sylvia Mulinge has her work cut out as she takes over reigns at Uganda's largest telecom . Ms Mulinge, who assumed office on October 1, takes over ... Read More