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How can cost of living be handled?

EDITOR: The cost of living for most Ugandans has been shaped by issues to do with loadshedding, rising prices of fuel, food, communication, rent, fees,...

After Al-Shabaab what next?

SOMALIA is one of the homogenous nations on this earth; religiously, culturally and even ethnically, yet their homogeneity has not helped them to overcome...

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...

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...

Africa can avoid the West’s interference...

PROF Mahmood Mamdani, in his article titled: ‘What Gaddafi’s fall means for Africa’ in The New Vision, September 01, noted that “conditions making...

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...

Corridors of power

Nandala's underwear THE leader of the opposition, Nandala Mafab, shocked fellow MPs when he brought to Parliament underwear recently.

Workers deserve full savings and also pension...

NEWS and statements on NSSF in the press have attracted attention of many private sector employees and employers who are the major stakeholders. The contributors...

The UN was highjacked on Libya

THE Libyan conflict which started as a demonstration later escalated into armed violence that made the UN intervention inevitable. This intervention was...

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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.