What should have been discussed on Labour Day

I recall reading a piece in which a non-Ugandan shared with glee that one of the major reasons she liked living in Uganda was because she could go to the market with the equivalent of ten dollars or less and be able to buy fresh food items, including loads of fruit and vegetables, that could… Continue reading What should have been discussed on Labour Day

Smell of coffee deal is in the air

The Uganda Vinci Coffee Company Ltd deal with government is simply but just the latest symptom of systemic government policy and practice that favours so-called foreign investors over Ugandan born genuine innovators and investors. Sadly, my thesis of 2014 continues to hold true; and thus my plea that we should close Uganda's market also continues… Continue reading Smell of coffee deal is in the air

Easter Saturday food prices

Eggs - half a tray (15 eggs) - Shs 4,600 (which is about Shs 300 per egg)Irish potatoes - 12 small ones - Shs 2,000 (which is about Shs 167 per potato)African egg plants - 26 pieces - Shs 800 (which is about Shs 31 per eggplant)Eggplants - 3 pieces - Shs 1,000 (which is… Continue reading Easter Saturday food prices