Banks Upbeat On Credit Growth Mid-Year

[East African] Private sector credit growth in Uganda is headed for a rebound after a downturn, amid intense loan promotions by banks eager to beat half-year lending targets.

[East African] Private sector credit growth in Uganda is headed for a rebound after a downturn, amid intense loan promotions by banks eager to beat half-year lending targets.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Bishop Rejects Demands to Compensate Accident Victim’s Family

[Observer] The Rev. Bishop of Soroti Anglican diocese, George William Erwau has rejected demands for compensation for a 24-year-old expectant mother who was knocked dead by his car.

[Observer] The Rev. Bishop of Soroti Anglican diocese, George William Erwau has rejected demands for compensation for a 24-year-old expectant mother who was knocked dead by his car.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

LRA Boss to Address Tenants, Landlords Tomorrow

[The Capitol Times] The Commissioner General of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA), Madam Elfreda Steward Tamba, is expected to address Liberian Tenants and Landlords at the official launch of the Liberia Tenant and Leaser Right Association (LTLRA) on…

[The Capitol Times] The Commissioner General of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA), Madam Elfreda Steward Tamba, is expected to address Liberian Tenants and Landlords at the official launch of the Liberia Tenant and Leaser Right Association (LTLRA) on Saturday May 27, 2017 in Paynesville as keynote Speaker, while Paynesville City Major Cyvette Gibson will serve as chief launcher.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

MPs Disagree Over Uganda Telecom Limited Probe Results

[Observer] A parliamentary committee investigating the management and performance of Uganda Telecom Limited has submitted a report that sheds light on why the mobile telecommunications company was brought down to its knees.

[Observer] A parliamentary committee investigating the management and performance of Uganda Telecom Limited has submitted a report that sheds light on why the mobile telecommunications company was brought down to its knees.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda