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Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) has noted that it will stop at nothing in its efforts to support the Arts, Culture and Creatives industry as it has the potential to employ millions and transform the country. The commitment was made at the third PSFU Women’s Day Katale held in Jinja over the weekend. Damali Ssali, […]

Women and Youth have been tipped how to succeed in the very competitive, ever-changing arts and creative industry. During the Creatives business clinic, Daniel Kazibwe (popularly known as Raga Dee), a board member representing arts and creatives at PSFU, advised young artists to maintain professional boundaries with their managers to avoid conflicts. “If you are […]

The Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) has announced the start of the third season of the Women’s Day Katale, scheduled to commence this Friday, March 15th, and run through to March 17th at the Dam Waters Rugby Ground in Jinja. The theme for this season is “Bridging Economic Divides for Women’s Prosperity,”. This initiative is […]

Her Royal Majesty, the Queen of the Busoga Kingdom, Inebantu Jovia Mutesi and Hon. Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga, the former Speaker of the Ugandan Parliament and currently the First Deputy Prime Minister of Uganda will be the guests of honour at the 2024 PSFU Women’s Day Katale. This development was revealed by Mr. Ronald Kirunda, the […]

University Students have been urged to make good use of available technology to not only ready themselves for work life but also use the same to make their professions better. This candid advice is premised on the fact that technology can be adopted and used to improve products and service delivery in all sectors of […]

In its continuous commitment to bolster private sector engagement nationwide, Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) has declared that the third season of the Women’s Day Katale will take place at the Dam Waters Rugby Ground in Jinja, from March 15th to 17th, 2024. The theme for this season is “Bridging Economic Divides for Women’s Prosperity.” […]

Earning money is very hard but spending needs no rocket science. For instance, it is not news that someone can have TSh. 1,000,000 in the morning and by evening, s/he has used up all the money. This may be due to unnecessary spending, extravagance or poor planning. Nonetheless, Innovators are using technology to develop tools […]

Savings and Credit groups are common across Africa. While they have contributed greatly to the development of local communities, their strong reliance on manual and cash-based processes makes them prone to fraud and mismanagement. But, innovators are now using technology to counter these challenges by developing platforms that digitize these savings and credit groups. One […]

Now and then, people have emergencies and thus seek credit services. Ideally, loans should be affordable with reasonable payment terms. But in the real market environment, most loans are very expensive; the interests are exorbitant, and the terms unrealistic. Money Lenders, mainly loan sharks exploit borrowers who usually don’t have any alternative. To address these […]

Japheth and Benaiah, both seasoned freelancers, had firsthand experience with the challenges of managing payments and records. Even though they would execute their work professionally and diligently, their payments and record-keeping were a mess. ‘Frustrated by the limitations of existing payment solutions, they set out on a mission to create something truly remarkable.’ They created […]