It is obvious that the number of motor vehicles in Uganda in general and Greater Kampala in particular has increased a lot over the past two decades. It is also obvious that this increase is largely driven by an increase in the number of people with sufficient income to afford a secondhand vehicle. Typically, such a vehicle will be a Japanese make aged between 10 and 15 years old on importation. The upper limit of 15 years is now fixed in the country’s regulations with initial attempts to fix it at 8 years having failed after a public outcry.
Just over a month ago, on the 17th of December 2019, the Ministry of ICT and National Guidance held its first ICT Expo at the Uganda Institute of Information and Communication Technology. The Expo featured a number of indigenous technology innovators showcasing their innovations and it was graced by the President who pledged to invest […]