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StarTimes to give out 23,000,000ugx in first ever obstacle course competition

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StarTimes has today launched Uganda’s first ever obstacle course challenge competition. Today in press conference at Arirang restaurant, the Pay-TV service operator reaffirmed it’s commitment to providing subscribers with the best of compelling content.

The competition dubbed Hisense Challengers Uganda is a sports entertainment competition show which will be held at Mandela National Stadium. It will feature hundreds of competitors attempting to complete a series of obstacle courses of increasing difficulty for a cash prize of $6000, about 23,000,000ugx.

Each competitor is expected to overcome various physical obstacles in form of stepping stones, rope climbing, balancing bridge, bowling, sack racing and a lot more. The winners innthe group stages will automatically qualify for the finals. Being the first sports entertainment competition program in Uganda for both sexes, StarTimes seeks to provide fair platform to let all participate on common ground for the ultimate prize. The competition will be premiered on the StarTimes sports channel in July.

To participate, one must download the StarTimes Mobile App click on the challengers Uganda banner post and follow prompt to register from May 2th.

StarTimes is the leading digital TV operator in Africa serving nearly 20 million users with signal covering the entire Continent and a massive distribution network of 200 brand halls, 3000 convenience stores and 5,000 distributers

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Photos: Highlights from the 4th Annual Uganda Recovery Week

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The Recovery Coalition Members and Participants in Uganda recently held the 4th Annual Uganda Recovery Walk, as one of many darts to create awareness about the rampant vice that is substance and Alcohol abuse, and problem behaviour(sex addiction,gambling,et al). The walk which took place last Saturday at Kitante Primary School, was attended by an array of government bodies and NGOs.

The walk is held every september because September is a Recovery month worldwide. To celebrate the day, millions of prevention, treatment, and recovery programs and facilities around the world organize activities that recognize the problem and create awareness. The Ugandan edition was attended by individuals who’d faced and overcome the wrath of alcohol and other abuse plus problem behaviour as well as service providers in the field of mental health, such as; Focus On Recovery-Uganda, FORE Tranquil Homes, UAPA, Hope and Beyond, Serenity Center, Vkids, UNHCO, Butabika National Refferal Hospital, Ministry of Health, Ministry Of Education, UHCA, Kyambogo University (KYURI,) St Francis Primary School, Makerere Primary School, Green Valley Primary School, Ugandan Girl Guides Association, Recovery Ministries Internaitonal, Teens Challenge Jinja, Transformative Recovery Initiative, Uganda Youth Development Link, Life Back Foundation, International Aid Services.

The ED of Butabika Dr. David Basangwa, who was representing the Minister of State for Primary Health Care,Hon Dr.Joyce Moriku Kaducu, commended Recovery Coalition for the work they were doing. He emphasided the need for Ugandans to own the problem of alcohol abuse and mental health, before suggesting that children be made aware of the dangers substance use right from an early age, in schools. “Addiction is a menace to our society that needs to be curbed, because it is spreading like a wild fire. That is why as Ministry Of Health, we pledge to always support the efforts of civil society organisations such as Recovery Coalition”,he stated. Many of the individual participants that attended the walk had only recently recovered through the Rehab Course at Tranquil Homes Entebbe, and were elated to share testimonies.“I want to take this opportunity to thank FORE Tranquil Homes for helping me recover.

The environment in their Entebbe Premises is, like their name, very tranquil, and facilitates the steady progress through their panoply of recovery programs,” noted a former abuser who’d recovered.

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Swarm Summit and Tech Expo returns this year, slated for 22nd – 23rd November

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Hive Colab has partnered with ICT Association of Uganda (ICTAU) and will this years hold another edition of the Swarm summit. This year’s exhibition will be at UMA show ground between 22nd to 23rd Nov. 2019.

This year’s exhibition will be themed “Celebrating Uganda’s Digital Transformation”. The Swarm summit and Tech Expo is aimed at recognizing the different levels of development of Uganda’s digital landscape, showcasing the different entities working to create a harmonious tech ecosystem in the country.

“From its humble beginnings as the first tech hub almost 10 years ago, Hive Colab has supported the entrepreneurial spirit of Uganda’s in technology. Three years ago we launched the annual Swarm Summit to provide a stage where Uganda’s digital entrepreneurs could share their innovations and their stories,” said TMS Ruge; Co-founder and Director, Hive Colab. “This year, we’re thrilled to expand on that spirit with a partnership with ICTAU to launch this year’s Swarm Summit and Expo. We’re thrilled to provide a larger stage to showcase the technological innovations shaping Uganda’s digital economy,” he added.

The summit celebrates Uganda’s top business and technology minds building enterprises powering Uganda’s emerging digital economy.The Expo is open for the public to attend. To attend or exhibit register here www.swarm.ug

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MultiChoice Uganda, PEP enter Partnership to bring products closer to customer

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MultiChoice Uganda, the country’s leading Pay TV service provider on Tuesday entered a new partnership with PEP Stores Uganda, a multinational retail company to bring DStv and GOtv products and services closer to subscribers in Kampala. The partnership will offer customer service such as sales, installation services, subscription payment, and purchase accessories among others. Speaking at the inaugural function at the PEP Store in Kabalagala, MultiChoice Uganda’s Head of Customer Experience and Care, Patricia Kiconco reiterated the company’s continued commitment in investing in local partnerships as well as playing a major role increasing customer convenience by creating more avenues for customers to get one-on-one support.“As of now, MultiChoice Uganda has 3 branches spread across the country with 2 in the Kampala and another in Mbarara. This is assurance to our customers in the city an even deeper-rooted and widespread presence, in synergy with this historic partnership with PEP Uganda Stores.” said Patricia.

MultiChoice Uganda and PEP Stores Uganda, she said, are on a mission to provide responsive Pay TV services to the un-served households facilitated by customer-centric priced TV packages, high quality service and innovative technology offered at the stores.PEP Stores Uganda LTD Country Manager, Liaan Scholtes expressed his delight at the partnership with Multichoice Uganda.“Customers have responded very well to the PEP brand and what we offer as a clothing retailer here in Uganda. We will continue to give our customers the best prices on a wide range of products that will now include DStv and GOtv merchandise at all our 13 stores countrywide.” said Liaan. Customers can now be assisted at all PEP stores located at Kabalagala, Clock Tower, Luwum Street, Park Royal, Jinja Road, Bugolobi, Kireka, Mukono, Victoria Mall in Entebbe. As well as in Masaka, Mbarara, Jinja and Mbale.

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