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Twenty years ago it was difficult for any one to think of funeral management as a business. But it is now hard for many families to plan the burial of their loved ones without funeral mangers. Didas Kisembo brings you the genesis of funeral management in Uganda.
Twenty years ago it was difficult for any one to think of funeral management as a business. But it is now hard for many families to plan the burial of their loved ones without funeral mangers. Didas Kisembo brings you the genesis of funeral management in Uganda.
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When you are sure of your concept for a business - but waiting for the world to catch up - how do you sell an idea based on passion rather than on numbers? ~ Karen Soeffker
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The funeral management industry is still a virgin market with plenty of room for other players. Stephen Kafeero spoke to Daniel Wasswa, the A-Plus head of sales and marketing, about the business.
Funeral management as an industry, was an idea that we borrowed from different countries that had been practice it such as South Africa, Kenya, and other Western countries.
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When her daughter casually walked out of church, the mother did not know it would be the beginning of a nightmare.
Two minutes before the end of evening mass on Sunday, March 15, Petua Kyomugasho saw her eight-year-old daughter Sanyu Nalwoga walk out of Christ the King Church
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How often do we just celebrate people who give the right answers? But wouldn’t it make sense to also reward and celebrate those who ask questions? Aren’t questions catalysts for learning? 
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LETTERS: We have many young alumni of Makerere University who are unemployed and looking for career growth who should have been given a chance to compete for the chairmanship of Makerere university convocation. #MonitorOpinions
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Museveni’s pronouncement seeking to stop privatisation will surprise many, including his close associates, who have known him since 1994. This is why President Museveni has made a u-turn on privatisation:
After more than 20 years, President Museveni must have realised that privitisation was a costly gamble for both Ugandans and his political survival.
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How to transform your financial status: By scrutinising my expenses, I realised that my priorities were upside down and that my spending decisions were not aligned to what I said was important.
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Bank of Uganda stuck with Shs11b in unclaimed cash. Although billions have been returned to the central bank, it is difficult to establish what the central bank does with this money since it has been accumulating over the years.
Although billions have been returned to the central bank, it is difficult to establish what the central bank does with this money since it has been accumulating over the years.
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Top on Makerere University’s guild president, David Bwiruka Bala’s agenda, is exposing lecturers who demand for sex from students in exchange for marks. He talks about this and more.
Last year, on March 21, when I set out to meet the then newly elected Makerere University guild president, Ivan Bwowe He had just been pronounced winner a day before. I noticed how exhausted he was
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COMMENTARY: Upgrading national technical institutions isn’t good for Uganda. #MonitorOpinions
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LETTERS: Leave new minister Mateke alone. One very strong trait that has kept Dr Mateke relevant in the politics of Kisoro District is that he is not selfish and is always ready to sacrifice for the good of the people a trait many politicians lack. #MonitorOpinions
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