PICTORIAL: More breathtaking views inside the new Kampala Latitude 0° Hotel
On their website, this is how Latitude 0° describe themselves: “We are more than just a hotel with 47 guest rooms and suites, a 24-hour front desk, and fast airport transfers. We are two restaurants and three bars with culinary delights and a wide variety of drinks from all corners of the world. We are a haven for relaxation and fitness through our spa, gym and swimming pools. We are a socialising and networking centre with lounges, rooftop bar, private dining and entertaining spaces, and a calendar filled with music, art, fashion and business events. We are a co-working hub with private workspaces, meeting and conference rooms. A unique African lifestyle hospitality, blending modern urban Africa with a cosmopolitan twist.
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BUSINESS PICTORIAL: News from Jubilee Insurance, Raxio Data Centre and more…
In the news this week, Broll Uganda one of the latest entrants into the property market, takes over management of UNHCC’s Crested Towers building and Raxio Data Centre says construction of their hitech facility in Namanve is 70% complete and oncourse for launch, come January 2020. Also in the news, Jubilee Insurance launches a women’s knowledge sharing platform.
[caption id="attachment_9165" align="aligncenter" width="740"]1 of 4: President Yoweri Museveni is ready for the ground breaking ceremony for the Aga Khan University Hospital in Kampala , Uganda. The President yesterday met with the diplomatic representative of the Aga Khan Development Network and a senior executive team from the Aga Khan University Mr. Firoz Rasul at State House Entebbe. In December 2015, President Museveni and His Highness the Aga Khan laid a brick at the Nakawa site to symbolize the foundation stone-laying for the Aga Khan University Hospital. According Mr. Firoz Rasul construction starts in July. President Museveni and HH the Aga Khan will officially perform the ground-breaking ceremony later in the year In the meeting, the President and his guest discussed the final designs and construction programme for the new world-class teaching hospital, with its associated education and housing facilities, planned for Kampala. See the artistic impressions here[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_9166" align="aligncenter" width="740"]2 of 4: The Aga Khan University, a not-for-profit, private international university, has announced that construction of its teaching hospital in Kampala will start in July. The hospital is billed to provide Ugandans with health care and higher education of world-class quality. The Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH) in Kampala will train specialist doctors, nurses and other health professionals capable of leading the improvement of health care within the country.[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_9167" align="aligncenter" width="740"]3 of 4: Although the ultimate vision is for the University Hospital to grow toward 600 beds in phases of development over time. The first phase of construction will be completed in 2020 with the establishment of a tertiary hospital of approximately 150 beds costing more than US$ 100 million.[/caption]