Can Oil Be a Catalyst for Uganda's Ambitious 2020 Vision?
The president has vowed that the country's people will attain middle income status by 2020. Stanbic Bank Uganda has predicted that the next growth frontier for the country will be in the oil sector - especially the pre-production phase.
Monitor, 15 June 2017
Uganda has been experiencing slowing economic growth in the last three years. Read more »
Oil drilling. Experts say the country can harness the huge opportunities that the oil sector presents to grow.
Monitor, 12 June 2017
Uganda's debt portfolio, including both disbursed fund and signed credit facilities, has reached a staggering Shs37 trillion, eclipsing the national budget read on Thursday and… Read more »
East African, 30 May 2017
Uganda is now projected to register its second lowest growth rate in two decades at 3.9 per cent, as a result of the drought that has ravaged large parts of the country leading to… Read more »
Monitor, 20 May 2017
One of my favourite sayings is 'do not ask for too much, the gods might just give it to you.' Our Zimbabwean brothers and sisters asked for financial freedom and wealth and they… Read more »
Monitor, 9 June 2017
President Museveni says he is optimistic about the economy despite what he called a few challenges like regional conflicts and prolonged drought in 2016. Read more »