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MY WEEKEND INSIGHTS 02/11/2019

Sabiiti Herbert, MBA, BBA (MUK)

A little rewind on our weekend insights would drop you to an episode that talked about the backlog of cases suffocating the court rooms. Today, there are ongoing debates involving land issues across the boarders of the nation, with platforms of Justice bogged with many land cases some of which are a result of lack of knowledge about land laws. _Ssebo/Nyabo, Just imagine “land issues” as a pool of water, join me as we deliberately swim from the shallow to the deep end of the pool!_

Courting a Business Partner

 

Sabiiti Herbert, MBA, BBA (MUK)

Once in a little while, we are told or fall into talk about how people would find themselves in a “blind” marriage. A girl would be “kidnapped” on her way to or from fetching water and she would be joined to a waiting man and a certain marriage would have begun that day, in that moment. Interestingly such kinds of marriages used to last. Am selectively using the courtship metaphor because choosing a business partner should be taken seriously just like choosing a life time marriage partner for as many as would like to see their businesses cross into generations.

 

 AVERTING THE CHALLENGES OF SAVING AND INVESTMENT CLUBS

Sabiiti Herbert, MBA, BBA (MUK)

If you've been keen enough lately, you may have heard of and/or noticed the levitation of savings and investment clubs in Africa and Uganda in particular. The days when people would have purposeless social events without an attached developmental agenda are long gone. Some of the used-to-be plain social gatherings have since evolved into savings and investment clubs which at the end of the day still impact the social aspect of life among others.

 

 

OPENING BOUNDARY BEFORE THAT LAND TRANSACTION

 

Sabiiti Herbert, MBA, BBA (MUK)

 

Depending on how old you're or how long you've lived, you may have crossed paths with people who self-prescribe malaria medication the moment they feel feverish, sometimes they get well but other times they attempt treating malaria yet miss treating the actual disease - Pneumonia, Typhoid or even just fatigue. Medics are trained to do both examination and prescription, and as you may know by now, it is sometimes costly to do self medication.

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