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BUYINZA Group Limited/ Cella Investments Limited are seeking to recruit 26 Professional Female Teachers and 5 Professional Male Teachers to teach in Jeddah in the Holly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Salary ranges from 4,000,000 -7,000,000 shillings per month including free accommodation and meals plus medical insurance.









  • DIPLOMA Or Bachelors in Education/Assistant Teacher: 5 Female Teachers needed atleast with 2 years teaching experience.
  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science Education: 5 Female Teachers needed with 2 years experience.

  • Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts: 3 Female teacher and 1 male teacher needed with 2 years experience.

  • Bachelor of Science (BSC) to teach science:3 Female teachers and 1 male teacher with 2 years experience needed

  • Bachelor of Science to teach Mathematics: 3 Female mathematics teachers and 1 Male mathematics teacher needed with 2 years experience

  • Bachelor of Arts Social Sciences/Bachelor of Education: 3 Female teachers and 1 male teacher needed to teach social studies with 2 years experience

  • Bachelor Arts Economics/Education: 1 Female Teacher needed with 2 years experience

  • Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science Education; 3 Female teachers and 1 Male teacher needed to teach English with 2 years experience.


Interview will be held on 5th September 2017 in Kampala.Successful applicants will travel in October 2017.


100,000 SHILLINGS;


  • Copies of Academic Documents
  • National ID
  • LC 1 Letter
  • Recommendation letter
  • Copy of your passport
  • Colored Passport Photo
  • You must not have HIV/AIDS and hepetaitis B.



We will provide you with Visa and Air ticket.

If u are interested, please  send your full names, date of birth, village, zone, subcounty, district to 0701992426.


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By Buyinza Group | Kampala Uganda
Monday 19th September 2016

President Museveni has urged French entrepreneurs to invest in Uganda saying that the country has a conducive economic and political environment.

The President was today addressing over 50 investors at the Le Bristol Hotel in the French of Paris where he arrived yesterday for a 2-day working official visit to the country.

The entrepreneurs are part of the Movement of Enterprises of France (MEDEF), a federation that brings together 750,000 firms.

President Museveni told the business group that Uganda and Africa have a growing population whose purchasing power is on the rise, thereby offering offering a wide market.

“If you invest in Uganda, not only will you have 40 million people to sell products to but also an extensive market in the East African Community and the Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) region,” he said. He said that East African Community (EAC), which comprises Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda and Burundi, has a market of 160 million people while COMESA brings the number to 700 million people.

“And the other day in Kigali, we were discussing a Common Market for Africa,” he told the investors, adding that it would create a market of 1.2 billion people.

President Museveni informed the business community in France that to facilitate investments, Uganda had fixed the basics like infrastructure, ensuring a good road network, ample electricity and was now moving into building a modern railway.

Another incentive, he noted, was the educated labour force, which is also easy to re-skill adding that the Ugandan society is not only transforming socially but also metamorphosing into a middle class status.

“We have worked on the issue of the workforce because of education. So it is easy to train them. I want you to come and create jobs for my people,” said the President.

He also informed the investors that Uganda has natural resources, like agricultural raw materials (coffee, cotton, live stock) minerals and petroleum, which can help them produce any agricultural product they want. He also said that because of the durable stability that Uganda has, and a strong political system, the country is easy to operate in adding that their business ventures will be safe.

On tourism, the President said Uganda has a unique climate, being located on the equator yet with a high altitude.

“Uganda is just one of about three places in the world with that unique feature. There is no point on the globe, which is as good as Uganda. This is not an exaggeration. I am just stating facts,” said Mr. Museveni.

Mr. Momar Nguer, who chairs the federation, thanked President Museveni for taking off to meet them. He urged his colleagues to invest in Uganda saying the Government of Uganda is committed to supporting them. 


Tel: +256 701 992 426

Mar 01, 2017


General Motors has agreed to sell the majority ownership stake in its East African business unit to Japanese automaker Isuzu Motors.

Isuzu announced Tuesday it will acquire 57.7% of the GM-owned General Motors East Africa unit's stocks to become a subsidiary of Isuzu Motors. GMEA will now be known as Isuzu East Africa. Shareholders of the business—prior to this agreement—include 57.7% by GM Asia Pacific Holdings, 20% by Industrial and Commercial Development Corp., 17.8% by Centum Investments, and 4.5% by Itochu Corp.

Isuzu Motors, which was a partner in General Motors East Africa, made the investment to expand its commercial vehicle production and sales in the region.

GMEA was established in 1975 as a joint venture between GM and Kenya's government. GMEA's factory in Nairobi assembles Isuzu-badged light and mid-duty trucks and buses. The business unit also imports and sells Isuzu pickup trucks and GM-branded Chevrolet passenger cars in Eastern Africa.

GMEA has maintained the top share in Kenya's commercial vehicle market for five years since 2012, according to Isuzu.

GM also has two other African business units: General Motors South Africa and General Motors Egypt.

GMSA has a factory that produces Chevrolet, Oakland, GMC trucks, Buick, Pontiac, Oldsmobile and Vauxhall vehicles. The business unit also markets and sells the brands Chevrolet, Opel, and Isuzu.

GM's sale of GMEA follows the company's strategy under the leadership of CEO Mary Barra to streamline its business. Earlier this month, GM confirmed it was in talks to sell its money-losing European unit Opel to PSA, the French company that makes Peugeot and Citroen cars.


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