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How Al-Shabaab can be defeated

MILITARY strategists will tell you the criteria for victory in counter terrorism operations are manifold. In no particular order, the benchmarks could...

ICC a mockery of justice

ICC will continue to pick the weak people, take them to The Hague and hang them. ICC has turned a blind eye to self-evident human rights abuses in Iraq,...

It is Kategaya who caused the mess at the...

In his Saturday column, John Nagenda a fellow columnist of The New Vision commented on Uganda’s mess in the recently concluded East African Legislative...

Reviving Cooperatives & Investing in rural...

By the time this article gets published, Ugandans will have had listened to the state of the economy and the budget speeches but not without agriculture...

Child health starts with parents

THE fight and protection against child diseases starts with the parents and should not be relegated to the Gov't alone which has already provided the necessary...

Makerere should justify the rationale for...

The newly introduced admission policy by Makerere University where students intending to do Bachelor of Laws course are subjected to entrance examination...

Cleaning up the EALA mess

There has been a heated debate over the recent EALA elections, which were smeared with intrigue, when UPC and DP boycotted the EALA elections opposition...

Museveni is right on building economic pillars...

President Museveni’s state of the nation address has been received with mixed reactions from the public. However, there is consistency and substance in...

Uganda needs a two-party situation, not a...

My friend David Mukholi’s article, “A case for a two-party political system” published on May 25 made good reading and attracted our attention.

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God save HM The Queen

Republicans the world over (not in the American political party sense, but antimonarchy) will most likely get heart attacks galore at the headline above,...

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'Golden handshake' for DR Congo's...

Ministers in the outgoing government of now ex-president Joseph Kabila awarded themselves "golden-handshake" benefits in two decrees which were passed on November 24, that safeguarded lifetime cash payments.