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A new Telecom firm has entered Uganda's voice and data market, a move expected to further competition in an already competitive business terrain. Smart Telecom, part of the Aga Khan Development Foundation will according to company officials be investing 300 million dollars in a bid to strengthen its presence in Uganda and grow its tendrils to Tanzania and Burundi For more news visit http://www.ntvuganda.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our FaceBook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
This week the ball leads the team to the nation of Burundi, and what a beautiful place it is. We show some of the locals a rugby ball for the first time and find out what they know about the game. We spend some time learning the process of producing tea, which Burundi is famous for and we find out why the drums are such an important part of Burundi’s tradition. https://www.youtube.com/user/DHLAfrica Follow the journey on our blog here: http://www.africaasone.com Like DHL Africa on Facebook: www.facebook.com/DHLAfrica Follow DHL Africa on Twitter here: www.twitter.com/DHL_Africa Credits Creative Agency - 7 Different Kinds of Smoke Logistics and Activations - Treble Group Production and Filming - Hammersmith and Elephant Facebook, Twitter & Influencer marketing - Have You Heard Transport ...
My creative team develops all communication for SMART, a mobile network in Burundi, Tanzania and Uganda. This TVC was developed for the launch of the network. Not only did we shoot the commercial in beautiful Africa, the soundtrack is an original piece created for the brand with talented producer, Sticky Fingaz.
Emission sur les produits d'art burundais. Réalisation: RTNB/2èVP de la République. Décembre 2016.
Residents in the Burundian capital Bujumbura are calling for the government to step up security. This follows a wave of killings in recent months. The violence is thought to be politically-motivated, though the victims all too often, are by-standers.
At age 15, he was admitted at a Canadian university to study electrical engineering. By 23, he had started his own business. And today in his 30s, Egyptian Amr Shady runs one of the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in Africa, as ranked by professional services firm Deloitte. He won the prestigious Europe Top 100 Red Herring Award and currently operates in Egypt, Morocco, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and the Gulf states. CCTV's Yasser Hakim met with Amr Shady to find out more about his business ventures
Amid Impending US Cuts & Votes, UN Tells ICP No Comment on UN Bribery Case, Ban's Records By Matthew Russell Lee UNITED NATIONS, January 3 -- Following the election of Donald Trump on November 8-9 UN high officials, one of them told Inner City Press on November 14, “have been freaking out. They don't know how much is going to be cut, and from where.” On January 3, Inner City Press asked UN Spokesman Stephane Dujarric, who despite answering only 2 and one half of the Press' 22 questions from December 27 to December 30 when he and his office were paid, about impending votes and cuts. Video here As to cuts, here's a suggestion, based not only on Inner City Press' personal experience at the UN -- including now not only the violation of the UN mailbox to which people all over the world hav...