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Why scrapping taxes on cooking gas will save...

It is no longer in contention that if we continue to lose forests at this rate, Uganda will hardly have any forests in the next 40 years

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Arbitration is not as scary as we once believed...

Arbitration should not be as scary as we once thought it to be as its objectives are aimed at creating the reconciliation “principle of give and take”...

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Why Pastor Male is wrong on Christian teaching...

A few days ago, I saw you on NTV discussing issues about the Christian [mis]understanding of the institution of marriage, polygamy, divorce and remarriage,...

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Why GMOs have no place in Africa

Manipulating genetic material through genetic engineering creates genes that do not occur in nature or through traditional cross-breeding methods

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Let’s root for an automobile recycling law...

Automobiles have a big footprint, from tailpipe emissions to road infrastructure

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Impunity, obstinacy and arrogance responsible...

Road traffic accidents or crushes as they are technically termed, do not come out of the blue; over 85% are man-made or blatantly put, are due to uncouth,...

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About pastors, preaching and practicing

Pastors (known as priests in the Catholic Church) are called and qualified to their ministry not first through their raw talent, their finely-honed skill...

Insecurity: Let’s share blames equally

There are some few cases of Police’ reluctance to respond to people in dilemma as a case of Maria Nagirinya who

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Why Chinese language is important

Learning Chinese is a direct ticket for one to easily read and understand world’s oldest literature

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GMO law should revolutionise agriculture...

Currently there is no specific law regulating research, development and use of biotechnology in Uganda

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In pictures: 24 years of King Oyo...

Rukirabasaija Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV has occupied the Toro kingdom throne for nearly two-and-a-half decades now. We take a look at how far he has come.