Business, Companies, Travel & Tourism

Uganda Airlines set to resume flights as international borders open

September 21

Flag carrier Uganda Airlines is ramping up for an October 1 resumption of services, following President […]

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Business, Companies, Financial Services, Letters, Opinion

Liquidation Proceedings in South Africa Post-COVID: how to respond to creditors unjustified attempts to liquidate a business

September 2

To circumvent liquidation, proactive engagement with creditors at the early stages of financial distress is imperative […]

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Companies, Land & Agriculture

American agri-business firm fends off Ugandan eviction claims

August 27

An American owned agri-business, Agilis Partners, is fighting off accusations of land-grabbing and violent mass evictions […]

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Business, Companies, Markets

Uganda’s CIPLA-QCI betting on vertical integration to shore up waning fortunes

August 26

Ugandan human drug maker Cipla Quality Chemicals is projecting a 10pc growth in sales from a […]

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Business, Companies, Transport, Travel & Tourism

IATA sees African carriers in deepening slump

August 26

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released new data this month, indicating that the impact of […]

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Business, Companies, Markets, Trade & Industry

Pearl Dairy adds Ethiopia, Malawi, South Sudan to market footprint

August 24

Pearl Dairy Farms Limited (PDFL), the manufacturers of Lato Milk products, are now exporting their range […]

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Business, Companies, Finance, Financial Services

Stanbic Uganda weathers Covid-19 to report rise in customer deposits

August 24

Stanbic Bank Uganda (SBU) demonstrated resilience during the first half of 2020, despite a difficult operating […]

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Companies, Foreign News

US gives two special-mission aircraft to Rwanda Defence Forces

August 19

By Garrett Reim Textron Aviation has been awarded a contract for two special-mission Cessna Grand Caravan EX […]

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Business, Companies, Trade & Industry, Transport, Travel & Tourism

IATA points to deeper Covid-19 impacts on African aviation

August 17

The negative fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic on Africa’s aviation industry and economies has increased sharply […]

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Business, Companies, Technology & Telecoms

Rolls-Royce resumes testing of next generation low emissions system

August 13

British aircraft propulsion systems manufacturer Rolls-Royce has resumed testing of its Advanced Low Emissions Combustion System […]

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