2011 News

  • U.S debt burden reaches alarming levels. Government on the verge of defaulting on its payment for the first time in history
  • Western allies launch air strikes against Libyan targets after government forces began a fierce attack against the eastern rebel-held city of Benghazi despite having called a ceasefire 24 hours earlier.
  • Hosni Mubarak resigns shortly after nightfall on the 18th day of protests, Vice-President Omar Suleiman announces that Hosni Mubarak will step down, with immediate effect. The tens of thousands gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square greet the news with joy. Earlier, Mr Mubarak was reported to have flown to the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh with his family.
  • Uganda's failure to tackle popular concerns over rising living costs could see the country rocked by further protests, but the chances of a North African-style revolt remain slim, analysts say. Annual inflation on food rose to almost 30 percent in March, while fuel price inflation rose to over 10 percent, according the Consumer Price Index.


DC Group was founded by Jonathan formerly a Senior Manager with Ernst & Young Bahamas in the Caribbean.

A former business analyst, Jonathan had earned an undergraduate degree in Actuarial Science from Makerere University before attending Herriot Watt Business School.

He left HW BS to work for KPMG, where he became one of the youngest senior manager in the firm's history. He would leave KPMG to join E&Y Bahamas and later to start a consulting firm DC Group.

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