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Declare Buganda’s position on East African...

THIS is the right time for the Buganda Lukiiko to publicly declare Buganda’s clear position on the forthcoming political federation of East Africa instead...

Dishing out oil cash is hogwash

I read with dismay an article entitled ‘Give oil money to Ugandans in cash’ in one of the dailies of August 15 attributed to reputable US researchers...

President did not bribe MPs

AS follow-up of the earlier meetings between the President and the NRM Caucus over the state of the economy, which would among others, include high commodity...

Mamdani was wrong on Makerere researchers...

AT the third annual dissemination conference for Makerere University held at Hotel Africana on April 11, Prof Mahamood Mamdani said African universities...

Dozens dead in Kenya oil fire

More than 100 people were burnt to death and a similar number were taken to hospital after a petrol fire ignited by a cigarette butt broke out in a densely...

Ferry with 500 people sinks off Tanzania...

A ferry carrying more than 500 passengers from Zanzibar to Pemba island off the east African country of Tanzania has capsized and scores of people are...

Libya rebels move on last Gaddafi bastions...

LIBYAN fighters launched assaults on the final bastions of Muammar Gaddafi loyalists on Friday, with battles reported inside the holdout town of Bani Walid...

Govt should put in place effective remuneration...

Teachers are the agents of the knowledge we desperately seek for ourselves and our children to fit in a modern society.

Corridors of Power

Mbabazi's fitness Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi never runs out of humour. Speaking during Fr. Anthony Musaala’s fundraising concert at Pope Paul Memorial...

Whom are parents working for?

EDITOR: Reading the Saturday Vision of September 3, my eye was caught by the article on school parties. While the glamour, pomp and money exhibited at...

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Uganda enriches border relations...

About 25 South Sudanese officials in the integrated border management committee from Nimule have just concluded a training from Uganda’s Immigration training academy in Nakasongola.