Uganda Stories

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“Is Africa Cross-Border Lending Under Threat?” by Akosua Akowuah of AB & David Africa

The decision of the High Court in Uganda in the recent case of HAM ENTERPRISES V DIAMOND TRUST BANK (U) AND DIAMOND TRUST BANK (K) LTD has sent the financial sector reeling for cover. Incidentally, the controversial decision in Ham’s case was made at a time when an increase in potential cross-border lending in Africa was anticipated; and the continent was in transition buoyed by the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA).

Security Solutions: Hipora Celebrates More Than 10 Years of Loss Control Excellence in East Africa

Hipora Group is an integrated loss control and security organization that provides highly efficient and cost-effective pre-integrated business and security solutions to control losses in business, ranging from merchandise theft to pilferage, shoplifting, fraud, excessive discounting, paperwork mistakes, etc. Hipora serves a variety of sectors such as retail, manufacturing, trading, and processing industries.

Charles Mbire Confirms MTN Uganda sh380b Payment for the Renewal of its 12 Years Licence

On Friday June 12, 2020, MTN Uganda completed the payment of sh380b ($100m) for the renewal of its licence, which expired in October 2018. The new license will become operational on July 1st, 2020, and will run until 2032, after which MTN will then have full geographical access coverage of Uganda. The company will also be able to improve the quality of telecommunication services and boost investment in the sector for both existing and new telecom operators.

MTN Uganda Chairman Charles Mbire Donates Relief Food to HIV Patients in Kabale

On Wednesday, the Chairman of MTN Uganda, Charles Mbire, donated relief food to the Kabale COVID-19 task force. The donation was meant to support vulnerable people in Kabale, a district in the Western Region of Uganda. These included HIV patients who are getting their antiviral drugs at the Kamukira Health Centre IV in Kabale Municipality, as well as people with disabilities around the health centre.

Transport and Logistics in Uganda: Musita Investments Remains at the Forefront During the COVID-19 Crisis

In those times of coronavirus crisis, Musita Investments Limited remains at the forefront of the transport and logistics sector in Uganda. The company is providing assistance by sending and delivering medical equipment and supplies to health facilities and strives to find solutions in order to help businesses operational through this difficult period, offering transportation services to them.

Rene Industries: Providing Affordable Quality Medicines to Uganda and East Africa

Rene Industries is a leading pharmaceutical company in Uganda and East Africa, providing affordable quality medicines to the population. Headquartered in Kampala, Rene Industries began its journey in 1996 as Rene Pharmacy Limited, which imported and distributed pharmaceutical products. As of now, the company manufactures over 140 products, covering over 22 therapeutic ranges.

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