Business, Companies, Technology & Telecoms

Data Care Uganda marks 16 years with new business software launch

September 28

Data Care (Uganda) Limited has launched ProMISE ERP, an in-house developed computing system that swiftly digitalizes […]

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Financial Services, Technology & Telecoms

Mckinsey survey predicts e-payments surge across Africa in next 3 years

September 28

In 2020, Africa’s e-payments industry, across domestic and cross-border payments, generated approxi­mately $24 billion in revenues, […]

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Business, Companies, Transport, Travel & Tourism

Steep climb for Jenifer Bamuturaki as she takes to the helm at Uganda Airlines

July 7

Uganda’s Ministry of Works and Transport, a joint stockholder in flag carrier Uganda Airlines, has confirmed […]

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Business, Companies, Transport

Kiira Motors racing to June 2024 launch of commercial production as financial hurdles fade 

June 20

Kiira Motors Corporation KMC, Uganda’s automotive startup, says it is racing “ahead at full throttle” to […]

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Business, Companies, Technology & Telecoms

ADSoftware pitches its aircraft maintenance app to African airlines, MRO’s

June 16

Toulouse based ADSoftware has announced the coming to market of eWork, a new aircraft maintenance project […]

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Investment, Technology & Telecoms

IBM joins UN body to help provide digital skills in developing countries

June 10

The UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) has teamed up with IBM to help equip women and […]

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Business, Companies, Infrastructure, Technology & Telecoms, Travel & Tourism

Rising lost baggage menace highlights worker shortages at airports, airlines

June 1

The world’s airlines and airports reported 9.9million passenger bags lost or misdirected during 2021 as passenger […]

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Companies, Transport, Travel & Tourism

Airbus still sees 1100 new airliners joining African fleet by 2040

May 17

African airlines will require an additional 1100 new passenger and freight aircraft by 2040, European airframer […]

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Companies, Transport

Inoperative instrument landing system likely to be a focus of investigations into Rwandair overrun

April 21

An inoperative Instrument Landing System and an unlit runway centre-line, make for a difficult landing at […]

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Companies, Energy, Foreign News, Technology & Telecoms

Japan’s Hitachi Energy selected to engineer the world’s longest underwater power line in Norway

March 14

Project can be a useful benchmark for Uganda which wants to extend underwater power cables from […]

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