fiscal year 2011 to the media at a breakfast held at the Kampala Sheraton Hotel.
The report profiles Umeme’s financial performance for the year 2011 and shows
32% growth in Earnings before Interest Taxation Depreciates & Amortization
(EBITDA) of UGX 102,295,000,000/=, up from UGX 77,395,000,000/= in 2010
The report outlines Umeme’s financial health and also highlights major achievements
throughout the year.
Demand for Apple's next iPhone, even before it hits the shelves, is at an all-time high, said a research firm on Monday, predicting huge sales later this year for what most have dubbed the "iPhone 5."
A survey of more than 4,000 North American consumers by ChangeWave Research showed a record enthusiasm for Apple's next-generation smartphone, with nearly a third saying they were likely to buy one.
As reported by The New Vision today, ICT minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda this week asked the new board of the National Information Technology Authority (NITA) to expedite the implementation of e-government policy aimed at improving efficiency and effectiveness of the delivery of government services.
New Board Chairman, Dr. Francis Fredrick Tusubira's appointment has raised excitment among key stakeholders in the private and public sector in Uganda.
Speaking to PC Tech Magazine on phone, the Director of ICT Centre at Makerere University Business School, Charles Olupot expressed confidence in the new head of the authority.
Hackers who broke into the International Monetary Fund's computer system may have been backed by a nation state, according to security experts.
They point to the sophisticated nature of the attack and the resources needed to develop it.
Malicious software, designed to steal confidential files, was installed on at least one IMF computer.