In countries like Uganda foreign capital, no matter its own limitations, appears more acceptable perhaps because its politics are ambiguous
Angelo Izama asks why, after three decades of private-sector-led “growth” Uganda’s private sector is yet to produce a dollar billionaire.
Targets under the sustainable goals SDG7 and SDG9 offer us a great opportunity to build out of the pandemic while also ensuring social-economic transformation in the medium and long term
Before one asks questions about where future jobs will come from, we must ask how efficiently we were executing the jobs that needed to have been done yesterday.
What sets small agile companies apart is how easily they adapt to change, innovate and pivot to support new market conditions. It is no surprise that we have seen digital startups rise as some of the biggest winners during the COVID pandemic.
In “Heavy” Rushongoza addresses our fears and anxieties as we stare deep down into the abyss of life in the middle of a corona virus pandemic
To track truck drivers or capitalize on the crisis to capitalize the political elite’s bank accounts, which way, asks Begumya Rushongoza
While everyone is sulking at the temporary pause to life the corona virus has brought, Rushongoza suggests that in fact “everything” is nothing
In “Masks and Gloves,” Rushongoza asks important questions about Uganda’s response to the corona virus pandemic
As the world reels from the Covid-19 pandemic, our 2018 YELP Fellow Dr. Prosper Ahimbisibwe asks whether Africa is ready to tackle the flu head-on