How Segawa Market Is Cleaning Up Motor Spare Parts Trade


Uganda reportedly imports over 50, 000 vehicles each year but of these, a paltry 10 percent are said to be new, the rest being used cars. This also means that for these used cars to be able to evenly move on the road need to periodically undergo service and some parts replaced with new ones. The importation of these old cars over the years has given way for a blossoming motor spare parts trade to grow. The most notable market for spare parts has been the notorious Kiseka Market, downtown…

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How Haruna Sentongo Is Spearheading Modernization Of Markets In Kampala


Magnificent interior of Haruna Shopping Mall in Ntinda. A market is a place where people gather to buy and sale commodities. In the past people used to have what was called market day(s) – it would be a particular day in a week or a month when people gathered at a particular place to trade. This practice is still functional especially in rural areas. In more urban places like Kampala, the capital of Uganda, there are places designated to function as a market on a daily. The most famous one…

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