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Sachet Economy Survival in Nigeria

Last week on Nigerian Twitter space, someone posted the sachet of Baileys (also known as Irish cream), a popular alcoholic beverage flavoured with cream,...

The Emerging Digital Economy: A double tragedy for African Women in Agriculture

Women in Sub Saharan Africa play a significant role in agriculture and food production, providing up to 50% of the agricultural labour force, at...

Why East Africa’s Scramble for Foreign Investment is a Race to the Bottom

Sometimes holding on is more painful than letting go. Nothing personal, just another catchy intro alluding to this 13 minute read. If you have...

A Must Read; How the East African Tax Policy is Failing the Youth

​The study of history is often lambasted for being of no use. Henry Ford famously said that it is ‘more or less bunk’, while...

Government to Blame for the Chaos in the Ugandan Rice Industry

On 4th October 2020, Sunday Monitor ran a story saying that the government had given a company a shillings 16 billion tax break to import...

Why You Must Hire An Expensive Corporate Lawyer

“If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional, wait till you hire an amateur .” There is a certain category of people that seem...

Uganda and the Age Of Virtual Currencies; What is the Best Possible Response by Government.

The notion that innovation does not wait for regulation or more so the latter is always far behind the former is a reality. This...

Understanding the Needs for Private Equity and the Barriers in Developing/Emerging Markets; A Case Study of Uganda

Private equity is an alternative investment class and consists of capital that is not listed on a public exchange. Private equity is composed of funds and...

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