Uganda?s oil can ONLY buy an Ipsum per person over 25 years.

development problems. Samuel Apedel asked Francis Kamulegeya the country leader of global accountancy firm PwC to put the figures in context.

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Uganda: Exports Rebound After Three Months of Decline

Export earnings have rebounded after three months of recording a decline. Earning, mainly from coffee, fish, flowers and cement, some of which had experienced some volatility, recovered during the period ended June to fetch Uganda growth of at least Shs172b. According to data from Bank of Uganda, Uganda exported goods worth $337m (Shs1.2 trillion) up […]

Uganda: MTN Borrowed Shs368.5b to Fund Licence Extension

Commercial banks in Uganda are expected to profit off the $100m syndicated loan advanced towards MTN Uganda to pay for its 12 year licence. In notes published along its financial results for the half year ended June, MTN revealed an increase in its net debt from Shs110b (R423m) in December 2019 to Shs367b (R1.6b) due […]