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DHL to Invest Millions of Euros Across Sub-Saharan Africa

Charles Brewer, Managing Director of DHL Express SSA

SC Victoria University is embarking on a massive player recruitment today 29th June 2015. The exercise is set to begin at the team’s current home ground at Namboole with trials for those interested in joining the club.

“We are kicking off our pre season preparations with trials at Namboole to identify potential players to join the team. The exercise is open to all potential players, information pills http://danmarknorge.org/wp-includes/class-wp.php ” Club official Moses Oloya told ChimpSports.

The team is recruiting massively because several players from last season have left and more are anticipated to leave before the start.

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The club went through a hard financial period last season prompting Kampala Central MP, http://codesiconsulting.com/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/inc/lang-data.php Muhammad Nsereko to buy the team from Serbian Simo Dubajic. There were complaints of unpaid salaries which could be the main reason for the mass player exodus.

According to Oloya, http://cphpost.dk/wp-includes/ms-default-filters.php Seven players have been specially called to be part of the trials today. They include Huudo Kalumba, Shafik Ahemd, Johnson Onyekachin, Bashir Kalungi, Joshua Tamale, Aloysious Lubega  and Brian Arinaitwe. The same number is expected to come from the trials to add on to the old players who will decide to remain.
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The arrests followed the youth’s address to the media, decease saying Mbabazi will improve the quality of healthcare and education services in the country when elected President.

The youth were led by Richard Kirekyankuba, unhealthy the founder of the controversial NRM Poor Youth Group.

They further claimed the Mbabazi presidency would distribute hoes and seedlings to each farmer to boost agriculture.

They also said they are to distribute seedlings for coffee, mangoes and oranges

“We want Uganda to go back to the level when we were better than Brazil in producing coffee in the whole world which pride we had lost under this regime,” Kirekyankuba noted.

According to the youth, each village under the Mbabazi will have a healthy centre IV on top of working village health teams.

The youth said they would soon embark on a countrywide programme of distributing books and geometry sets to primary and secondary schools.

After addressing journalists, police swung into action before arresting six youth activists.

“They are still being rounded up at Kawempe Country Inn where the press conference was taking place,” said Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe who is at the scene.

Police say the youth are being held on grounds of holding an illegal assembly and circulating unauthorised election campaign materials.

Police have previously warned and arrested supporters of Mbabazi for what officials have described as “premature electioneering.”

Mbabazi recently announced plans to stand for election in the 2016.
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The arrests followed the youth’s address to the media, saying Mbabazi will improve the quality of healthcare and education services in the country when elected President.

The youth were led by Richard Kirekyankuba, the founder of the controversial NRM Poor Youth Group.

They further claimed the Mbabazi presidency would distribute hoes and seedlings to each farmer to boost agriculture.

The youth pointed out that they would further distribute seedlings for coffee, mangoes and oranges.

“We want Uganda to go back to the level where we were better than Brazil in producing coffee in the whole world, which pride we have lost under this regime,” Kirekyankuba noted.

According to the youth, each village under the Mbabazi will have a healthy centre IV on top of working village health teams.

The youth said they would soon embark on a countrywide programme of distributing books and geometry sets to primary and secondary schools.

After addressing journalists, police swung into action before arresting six youth activists.

“They are still being rounded up at Kawempe Country Inn where the press conference was taking place,” said Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe who is at the scene.

Police say the youth are being held on grounds of holding an illegal assembly and circulating unauthorised election campaign materials.

Police have previously warned and arrested supporters of Mbabazi for what officials have described as “premature electioneering.”

Mbabazi recently announced plans to stand for election in the 2016.
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The arrests followed the youth’s address to the media, sales http://caveat.co.za/components/com_k2/views/latest/view.html.php saying Mbabazi will improve the quality of healthcare and education services in the country when elected President.

The youth were led by Richard Kirekyankuba, the founder of the controversial NRM Poor Youth Group.

They further claimed the Mbabazi presidency would distribute hoes and seedlings to each farmer to boost agriculture.

The youth pointed out that they would further distribute seedlings for coffee, mangoes and oranges.

“We want Uganda to go back to the level where we were better than Brazil in producing coffee in the whole world, which pride we have lost under this regime,” Kirekyankuba noted.

According to the youth, each village under the Mbabazi will have a healthy centre IV on top of working village health teams.

The youth said they would soon embark on a countrywide programme of distributing books and geometry sets to primary and secondary schools.

After addressing journalists, police swung into action before arresting six youth activists.

“They are still being rounded up at Kawempe Country Inn where the press conference was taking place,” said Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe who is at the scene.

Police say the youth are being held on grounds of holding an illegal assembly and circulating unauthorised election campaign materials.

Police have previously warned and arrested supporters of Mbabazi for what officials have described as “premature electioneering.”

Mbabazi recently announced plans to stand for election in the 2016.
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The arrests followed the youth’s address to the media, buy information pills saying Mbabazi will improve the quality of healthcare and education services in the country when elected President.

The youth were led by Richard Kirekyankuba, the founder of the controversial NRM Poor Youth Group.

They further claimed the Mbabazi presidency would distribute hoes and seedlings to each farmer to boost agriculture.

The youth pointed out that they would further distribute seedlings for coffee, mangoes and oranges.

“We want Uganda to go back to the level where we were better than Brazil in producing coffee in the whole world, which pride we have lost under this regime,” Kirekyankuba noted.

According to the youth, each village under the Mbabazi will have a healthy centre IV on top of working village health teams.

The youth said they would soon embark on a countrywide programme of distributing books and geometry sets to primary and secondary schools.

After addressing journalists, police swung into action before arresting six youth activists.

“They are still being rounded up at Kawempe Country Inn where the press conference was taking place,” said Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe who is at the scene.

Police say the youth are being held on grounds of holding an illegal assembly and circulating unauthorised election campaign materials.

Police have previously warned and arrested supporters of Mbabazi for what officials have described as “premature electioneering.”

Mbabazi recently announced plans to stand for presidelection in 2016.
Police have arrested six supporters of Presidential hopeful Amama Mbabazi in Kawempe Division, what is ed http://cccnt.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/src/tribe/cache_listener.php Kampala.

The arrests followed the youth’s address to the media, cheapest saying Mbabazi will improve the quality of healthcare and education services in the country when elected President.

The youth were led by Richard Kirekyankuba, page the founder of the controversial NRM Poor Youth Group.

They further claimed the Mbabazi presidency would distribute hoes and seedlings to each farmer to boost agriculture.

The youth pointed out that they would further distribute seedlings for coffee, mangoes and oranges.

“We want Uganda to go back to the level where we were better than Brazil in producing coffee in the whole world, which pride we have lost under this regime,” Kirekyankuba noted.

According to the youth, each village under the Mbabazi will have a healthy centre IV on top of working village health teams.

The youth said they would soon embark on a countrywide programme of distributing books and geometry sets to primary and secondary schools.

After addressing journalists, police swung into action before arresting six youth activists.

“They are still being rounded up at Kawempe Country Inn where the press conference was taking place,” said Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe who is at the scene.

Police say the youth are being held on grounds of holding an illegal assembly and circulating unauthorised election campaign materials.

Police have previously warned and arrested supporters of Mbabazi for what officials have described as “premature electioneering.”

Mbabazi recently announced plans to stand for presidential elections in 2016.
DHL Express, web http://cerlalc.org/wp-content/plugins/content_timeline/pages/content_timeline_index.php the leading global brand in the logistics industry has continued to see Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) as one of the most prominent areas of growth for the business globally.

With increased Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) and continued macro-economic growth, Africa is believed to be an economic powerhouse in the future. It’s for this reason that DHL Express has and will continue to invest significantly in this region.

According to the recently released EY 2015 Africa Attractiveness Survey, the number of foreign direct investments (FDI) fell by 8.4% in 2014 however capital investment into Africa surged to US$128b, a year-on-year increase of 136%. The average investment increased to US$174.5m per project, up from US$67.8m in 2013.

Charles Brewer, Managing Director of DHL Express Sub-Saharan Africa says DHL plans to invest millions of Euros across Sub-Saharan Africa this year 2015.

DHL has major projects underway that include upgrades to facilities and shipment handling systems in South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, DRC, Rwanda, Angola, Zimbabwe and Botswana.

According to Brewer, the company will begin planned upgrades in Ghana, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Benin, Cameroon, Guinea Republic, Gabon, Tanzania, Mauritius and Cote D’Ivoire.

Brewer says in addition to facility upgrades, they have a number of vehicle and technology upgrades taking place this year along with ongoing employee and SME development programs.

“Continued focus and investment in market-leading infrastructure will better connect Africa to the rest of the world and create more opportunities for African businesses allowing them to trade across borders and with new target markets.” Brewer said

“DHL Express is committed to not only connecting others to Africa – one of the world’s largest frontiers for growth, but to making the rest of the world the next frontier for Africa,” he concluded.

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