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NSSF’s Shs 366 billion

Fund announces 11.5% interest rate for its members in 2014 As you read this, for every Shs 10 milli...

Business capital call

Business leaders offer tips at 3rd Uganda - Rwanda Business Forum For every entrepreneur, the fear...

Reaping from trade shows

UGITF catalyzing Uganda’s industrial growth prospects Over the past week, thousands of people have ...

What next for afande Kaweesi?

Police boss Kayihura’s tactics under spotlight On Sept.11, the offices of the Director of Operatio...

Rwanda deserves equal access to EAC markets

Valentine Sendanyoye Rugwabiza, the new Rwandan minister for East African Community affairs, is a fo...

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Ebola: Liberia's President writes moving letter to the world
Liberia's President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has written a heartfelt letter to the world over the Ebola crisis that hit her country. In the letter which was read over the radio and transmitted worldwide, she likened the Ebola epidermic to the civil war her country faced 11 years ago which killed a lot of Liberians, crumbled their economy and vital institutions.The president called on the international community to stop all theoretical explanations on the Ebola crisis and act fast to stop the spre
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As Obama saves Liberia from Ebola An inside look at why the US has deployed its military to fight Ebola and Western media coverage of this “rescue mission” Over the last month, efforts to fight Ebola in West Africa, especially Li...
 
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What next for afande Kaweesi?
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Mbabazi’s fate
Lukwago versus Kidandala
The fall of Mbabazi
NEWS ANALYSIS
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Malala Yousafzai
The 17-year old girl who won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize On Oct.10, the Nobel Committee announced tw . . . More...
Independence as never seen before
Universities in trouble
Gen. Kayihura: Succeeding or failing?
INSIGHT
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Rwanda deserves equal access to EAC markets
Valentine Sendanyoye Rugwabiza, the new Rwandan minister for East African Community affairs, is a fo . . . More...
Bettering public service
Rwanda ready for EAC-EU partnership
UN praises Rwanda police in CAR
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Marburg: Don’t be caught off guard
Ugandan experts speak out on what World can do in West Africa Just as the world was grappling with . . . More...
Healing power of tears
How healthy is sauna or steam bath?
More people getting depression
 
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Business:NSSF’s Shs 366 billion.

Museveni’s failure to name Chief Justice:
President Yoweri Museveni on April.14 told
a team from the Uganda Law Society (ULS)
that the Constitutional Case over the reappointment of Benjamin Odoki is the reason
he hasn’t acted on the crisis it has caused but
experts say that this might be a perfect cover
for the President’s incompetence, fear, and
indecision over the CJ affair.
Museveni failure to
appoint Chief Justice
Columns
3 // Off-line
4 // Inbox
6 // The Week
7 // News Makers
On MPs kicking
out UMEME
By Harold Acemah
How NRM
Caucus is
murdering
democracy
By Peter Nyanzi
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Ogwang Charles:
From a star
footballer to an
engineer, a lesson
for other footballers
INtERvIEW
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Ebola virus in Guinea is
new strain: The virus that
has caused a deadly Ebola
epidemic in Guinea is the
first case to be recorded in
West Africa but researchers
say it emerged locally.
HEALtH
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Incompetence or Strategy?