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Speaker Kadaga outsmarted her detractors...

One columnist in one of the dailies described the Speaker as spineless and bad for democracy. The Speaker’s learned view, she did not want to rush and...

Peter Nyombi misled Government

IN spite of all the possible faults, MPs must rise to the occasion, and NRM’s strength should not be used for selfish greedy ends. It was pathetic seeing...

Uganda needs to re-discover its HIV prevention...

WE seem to have been distracted by the CHOGM graft legal drama this past couple of days and missed out on four seemingly unconnected stories.

Abolish the death penalty

In December 2010, more UN member states, than ever before, supported the UN General Assembly resolution on stopping the use of the death penalty.

Uganda’s 49 years of recurrent turmoil

Many Ugandans fled the country and formed a united front to fight Amin and his Government. Amin was defeated in 1979. Some people thought peace could return...

Reflecting on independence

Yesterday, Uganda marked 49 years of independence. It is a season to refelect on what we have achieved, as a country, and seek ways of sustaining and making...

Mbabazi is victim of political a witch-hunt...

Being security minister at the time of CHOGM, Mbabazi acted in national interest to save the country any security sabotage and embarrassment.

Customer service is a game of give and take...

Uganda, gifted by nature! For a country that espouses the richness of its natural resources it is sad that our ‘gifted’ brand is often limited to non-human...

Support palliative care

IN 2008, an estimated 106,000 Ugandans died from non-communicable diseases (NCDs), 25% of all deaths that year.

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Kampala was neglected

We will neglect our cities at our own peril for in neglecting them we neglect the nation”- John F Kennedy said while addressing Congress on January 30,...

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Kabila pledges DR Congo elections...

In power since 2001, Kabila officially ended his term in office in December, but he was allowed to remain under the New Year's Eve deal in exchange for guarantees that elections will be held.