Did Mugabe set a precedent for ICT management in Zimbabwe?

Did Mugabe set
a precedent?

For ICT management
in Zimbabwe.

Sunday, Sep 15th

Lamudi is Uganda's top online property portal

Lamudi is Uganda's top online property portal.

Uganda’s online property portal Lamudi has grown to be the largest real estate listing site in the East African country.

According to a statement Lamudi has taken the number one position in that country's housing market by meeting the demands of the Ugandan population in major cities.

Lamudi's global business has over one million monthly visitors across 21 countries around the world and is currently filling the gap in the Ugandan market by servicing the rapidly growing real estate sector in big cities like Kampala, Entebbe and Jinja, the statement reads.

Shakib Nsubuga, Lamudi Uganda country manager said, "In 2013, according to the World Bank there were 36.4 million people in Uganda and figures show that is further increasing. A service of this type is needed to further support Uganda’s fast growing real estate market especially in the big cities like Kampala, Entebbe, Jinja and surrounding areas..."

Launched last year Lamudi allows people looking for properties to find or sell their house, apartment, commercial property or land online.

The business platform operates under a high level of transparency through professional photos, updated listings, detailed descriptions, reports and rankings for 100% of its properties in each market, the statement reveals.

Lamudi currently operates in 21 countries worldwide including Algeria, Bangladesh, Colombia, Ghana, Ivory Coast and Kenya.


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