BY JAVIRA SSEBWAMI | PML Daily
As corporate interests and large investors have targeted the mushrooming marijuana industry in East Africa, leading American Automotive Entrepreneur, Ashworth Barnes of 713 Motoring Company based in Texas has arrived in Uganda to participate in the leafy economic boom.
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BY JAVIRA SSEBWAMI | PML DAILY STAFF WRITER
Several African governments including Ugandan authorities have for long rallied African Americans and African scholars and business owners to refresh their memory on their remote by investing home.
In Uganda, President Museveni who is known for supporting the same, at a recent address said the country’s economy will grow in double digits in the near future when all its ongoing infrastructure projects are completed.
Continue reading “African-Americans break silence on investing in Uganda, Africa”
BY XANTHIA LENI
KAMPALA – A team of African American Investors arrived in Uganda with plans to invest USD300million approximately UGX1.1 trillion with a focus put on health and real estate sectors in Uganda.
Continue reading “African American investors to invest UGX. 1trillion in Uganda”
U.S. Secretary for Health and Human Services Alex Azar has applauded Uganda’s efforts to control the spread of Ebola in east and central Africa; however, while the U.S. remains the primary funder of Uganda’s health care sector, the secretary did not shy away from asking the East African country to find funds to independently sustain its health care budget.
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Former US president Barrack Obama is expected to visit Uganda in December, organisers of a week-long conference to mark 400 years since the start of slavery against Africans, have said. Read more from source Continue reading Obama to visit Uganda
An extraordinary Christian mission in northern Uganda can breathe a little easier today thanks to the installation of five Tamarack Technologies (www.tamtech.com) whole house fans.
With temperatures as high as 100 degrees Fahrenheit during the dry season, the three missionary families as well as the broader community housed there needed relief from the oppressive heat and humidity and found the answer in the Tamarack HV1600. Continue reading “American-made Whole House Fans Keep Missionaries Cool at African Ministry”
By Henry Sekanjako
The Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has implored American entrepreneurs to consider investing in Uganda for improved employment opportunities. Speaking during a meeting with a group of investors from the United States, at parliament Kadaga boasted of the peace and security in the country, which she said is a good environment for foreigners to invest in Uganda. Continue reading “American investors meet Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga”
Top American business owners and investors have arrived in Uganda ahead of the business conference with tech entrepreneurs, which will take place on August 14, in Kampala.
The delegation made up of eight venture capitalists jetted into the country Monday, include Mr. Greg Dennerlein who serves as the director Venture DNA, and Mr. Chris Paladino who is the principal at NCP Equity LCC. Continue reading “American investors in Uganda for tech summit”
The search has intensified and widened for an American woman kidnapped at an African wildlife park. Kimberly Sue Endicott and her local driver were taken at gunpoint inside Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda on Tuesday evening. Ugandan authorities tell CBS News that “hard negotiations” are taking place for the release of the two hostages.
Since the kidnapping, the hostage-takers have made repeated demands for a $500,000 ransom. CBS News correspondent Roxana Saberi reports the search for Endicott and tour driver Jean-Paul Mirgene Remezo has expanded beyond the park, where four gunmen abducted them. Continue reading ““Hard negotiations” as search widens for American tourist kidnapped in Uganda”