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Uganda’s energy solution lies in biogas

High electricity tariffs and power shortage are the several problems Uganda is facing today. The demand for electricity is higher than the supply.

Tourism revenue changing lives

For most Ugandans, spending on tourism is more or less a foreign concept. Yet, even then, tourism reigns up there as one of the main foreign exchange earners...

Kabushenga utilised emotional intelligence...

I watched with respect the Vision Group’s CEO Robert Kabushenga Thursday,January 26, night on Bukedde TV’s Agataliiko Nfuufu,

Health is Tanzania’s priority

The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) on maternal and child health are lagging far behind target. Although Africa has just 12% of the global population,...

Planning agriculture revolution

After last week’s column, I have been inundated by demands to give more details about the nature, and even workability, of my proposals attempting to save...

Tax evasion is as old as sin

When Zacchaeus, a short tax collector, bolted ahead of the crowd in Jericho to catch a glimpse of Jesus, his Jewish clients were astounded.

Somalia’s stability, a milestone for NRM’s...

While at Serena on January 11, a panel of military experts that included Maj. Gen Nathan Mugisha, Lt. Gen. Katumba Wamala and a couple of civilians like...

How govt can tackle supply side of the economy...

The outcry from the business community that the present interest rates are adversely affecting business, especially the small and medium enterprises (SMEs)...

Federalism not a solution to Uganda’s problems...

There have been persistent and prolific publications and utterances on Federalism by some leaders of Uganda Federal Alliance that are quite misleading....

NRM’s journey has just started

Next week, the country will be joined in unison to celebrate 26 years of the National Resistance Movement (NRM), whose main celebrations will be held in...

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