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In a surprising trend, http://dchnf.dk/wp-includes/theme.php more millennials (25– 33year olds) in Kampala are buying merchandise online rather than at physical shops.

Kaymu.co.ug is the leading e-commerce platform in Uganda and they attribute their success to implementing several ways of attracting and retaining customers like exclusive codes, special discounts, and coupons from time to time.

Cynthia Tumwiine, a 26 year old TV presenter says she got her first Kaymu item as a gift.

“A friend asked me to choose a birthday gift from the site. I couldn’t believe how easy and convenient it was. I used to have to find time to walk through stores and negotiate with sellers, I don’t remember when the last time I did that was,” she says and adds, “My mom doesn’t understand it though, she says I’m being lazy.”

Laziness isn’t her mother’s only reason, despite the fact that Africa’s middle class is rising and they have money to spend, mistrust in online payment methods is one explanation for millennials embracing online shopping at a faster rate than the generation before them.

Kaymu Uganda’s Sales manager Lisa Kaitare says, “In most European countries, there is more of a direct debit like culture, while in Africa and Uganda in particular, consumers tend to prefer paying cash on delivery – and usually not until they have unpacked the goods and tried them out.”

She adds: “So we do it the Ugandan way, we’ll deliver the order to wherever you are and you won’t be forced to pay for it if it doesn’t meet your expectations.”

The site employs a great number of youth in Kampala and creates business opportunities for vendors that didn’t have access to consumers beyond their stalls.

With deepening internet penetration, the trend suggests that it’s inevitable that more Ugandan consumers will migrate to e-commerce over the next five years.

In the meantime, Kaymu is connecting global brands with the country’s emerging consumers.
While local Fans and stakeholders are still merrymaking following the two continental victories for Vipers SC and SC Villa, healing http://churchofthekingmcallen.org/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader.php several other compatriots registered mixed results while on duty for their respective clubs.

The big and perhaps best news came from the Stade de Moroni on Sunday afternoon where Sula Matovu scored to help Kaizer Chiefs emerge 4-0 winners over Comoros’ side Volcan Club de Moroni.

The other goals were scored by Bernard Parkerz and a brace from Erick Mathoho. Matovu brilliantly finished from an assist by Togolese striker Abraw. He was a second half substitute who replaced Tshabalala.

Still in South Africa, page Cranes keeper Dennis Onyango was absent in Mamelodi Sundowns defeat in Zimbabwe against Chicken Inn. The same fate hit Kenyan cup champions Bandari fc who suffered 2-0 loss in DR Congo against FC Saint Eloi Lupopo.

The Kenyan team had earlier been distracted in their travelling plans after the Congolese embassy delayed to issue visas to Ugandan trio Dan Sserunkuma, this site George Abege and Musa Mudde demanding that they present work permits. The three arrived late in Congo and were forced to start on the bench.

Kenyan champions Gor Mahia fc were shocked 1-2 at home in Nairobi by their Madagascar counterparts CNaPS. Geoffrey Walusimbi and Khalid Aucho were both present.

In Ethiopia, St. George started life without injured key striker Brian Umony with an emphatic 3-0 win over St. Michelle (Sychelles). Isaac Isinde and Robert Odongkara both featured.

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