Archive for the ‘Uganda’ category
How we made it in Africa talks to Ugandan-based entrepreneur Titus Mawano.
EarthWise Ferries is restoring water transportation services in Uganda.
“Entrepreneurs need to show very specifically what their plan is,” says Walter Lamberson, a partner at Open Capital Advisors.
“Our factory will help to bridge this huge margin of exclusion that Africa suffers from in pharmaceutical manufacturing.”
Uganda’s oil deposits are 40% higher than earlier believed.
Albert Mucunguzi, founder of Uganda’s PC Tech Magazine, talks to How we made it in Africa’s Dinfin Mulupi about the state of Uganda’s technology sector.
East Africa’s profile as an investment destination has improved significantly in recent years with foreign investors and multinational companies setting up base in the region.
The day when Kenyans will board a train to Kampala with perfect confidence that they will reach their destination comfortably, reliably and fast, is the day you will know that the region is firmly on the Middle Income track.
Dinfin Mulupi interviews Ashish Thakkar, MD of Uganda-based Mara Group, about entrepreneurship and doing business on the continent.
Dinfin Mulupi chats with Renee de Pater, an entrepreneur from the Netherlands that co-founded BBROOD, a Dutch bakery with outlets in Uganda.
Rail transport, which stakeholders believe has the potential to transform the economies of east Africa, has for years been characterised by poor infrastructure and inefficiencies.
Nigeria’s Stock Exchange will soon be completing a revamp that will see it relax restrictions on price swings, adopt the Nasdaq platform, open into US trading hours and allow short selling.
Rand Merchant Bank has identified Uganda, Ethiopia and Kenya as potentially good investment destinations for companies focused on the African consumer.
Bloomberg last week reported that Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda had outlined plans to increase spending on roads and power plants as they struggle to maintain economic growth.
In just seven years Victoria Seeds managed to grow from nothing to one of the largest seed companies in Uganda. How we made it in Africa talks to Josephine Okot, founder and managing director of the company.