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Guard Makerere's KIIRA EV from 'valley death'...

The purpose of this is two-fold: First to congratulate Prof. Togboa of Makerere University and his project team led by Eng. Musasizi on a successful design...

Stop stigma in mental health

In the past, it was unclear whether African cultures experienced less mental illness and, therefore, less stigma. However, today a new research now shows...

Corruption: Enough is enough

As we commemorate the Anti-Corruption Week running upto December 9, a lot has happened in Uganda this year. Prior to elections, MPs received sh20m each...

Take that HIV test with your partner

Uganda is choking with absolute increases in the number of new HIV infections. This calls for a critical look at why these new infections are occurring....

Almost three decades of HIV in Uganda and...

“The challenge is already huge, and if we don’t course and address the problem of HIV/AIDS prevention, then it’s going to be hard to sustain the free treatment...

Parliament could cause stalemate

THE state comprises three major organs, the Executive, the Legislature and the Judiciary. Each of the three has its specific roles.

Uganda’s oil can support economy

FOR the past many weeks, Parliament has been pre-occupied with oil postmortem. Both the members of the ruling party and the opposition agree on crucifying...

The dark side of sectarianism

Peoples Development Party (PDP) views government as having reneged incorporation of sectarianism, yet it is a distabalising vice in its programs to counterbalance...

Ugandan laws can tame errant officials

Public officials should adhere to their oaths and the rest of the citizens, should put in place structural policies that will put in place policy reforms....

Persons with disabilities deserve to be a...

I would like to thank the Vision Group for the kind and compassionate heart it has extended to one Ssozi Rashid, a blind student of Mass Communication...

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