Companies, Letters, Opinion

Why we must deliver universal Digital Travel, from everywhere to anywhere

November 13

By Jeremy Springall, Senior Vice-President, Border Management, SITA   There is a palpable buzz around the […]

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Letters, Opinion

African airlines deserve more than lip service from governments

August 2

By Kamil Alawadhi, IATA Regional Vice President, Africa & Middle East Aviation’s post-pandemic recovery was predicted […]

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Editorial, Letters, Opinion

Emmanuel Tumusiime- Mutebile: The passing of an economic titan

January 23

Michael Wakabi Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile, the celebrated central banker who passed on in a Nairobi hospital today, […]

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Columnists, Letters, Opinion

Dissecting the Dr. Musenero rat and the A-Z of humanising mice

November 27

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Letters, Opinion

Netherlands technical support lifts Uganda’s fintech industry

July 6

Opportunities are like sunrises, if you wait too long, you miss them. Four years ago, the […]

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Columnists, Editorial, Letters, Opinion

Why currency manipulation might be a better tool for Kenya, than bans in trade war with Uganda

March 19

Michael Wakabi At the time of writing this article, the Japanese Yen was trading at an […]

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Columnists, Letters, Opinion

Clinical Trials in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities

February 24

Christopher Burke Anxieties associated with COVID-19 vaccines in Africa are particularly high. However, perceptions that major […]

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Columnists, Editorial, Letters, Opinion

Navigating the Kenya-Uganda milk impasse: Lessons from rice show us the ugly flipside of protectionist policies

February 14

Michael Wakabi For the umpteenth time, Kenya and Uganda will in April meet in Kampala to […]

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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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Letters, Opinion

Avoiding information overload in the age of Zoom

August 14

Rukh-Shana Namuyimba The role of effective, consistent, localized and recurring communication in the fight against the […]

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