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Saturday, 01 October 2011 15:51 By Haggai Matsiko
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Little known author is jailed for book critical of Museveni

After his release, Vincent Nzaramba, the 36-year old Ugandan author of a book critical of President Yoweri Museveni, says five days in detention “was a taste of hell”.

His book, People Power, Battle the Mighty General, He is Finished, is a compilation of already known fables that he uses to portray his view of problems in Uganda under Museveni. But the government accuses him of inciting violence and sectarianism in the book and his arrest has added another dimension to the book; a debate on whether the regime is increasingly becoming paranoid.

Monday, 26 September 2011 20:13 By Donald Lule
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Tips about the car, the road, and the drive

Lately, it has been raining most days and the weather forecast suggests it could continue well into December. Unfortunately, there have been several accidents blamed on the rain. It, therefore, looks like an unfortunate opportunity to get some tips for motorists to be safe in the rain.

Monday, 26 September 2011 16:34 By Achola Rosario
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Planet photo exhibition gives unusual meanings to being a woman

When you think of a woman, what do you see? A sensual nymph ready to tempt at every level? A gnarly old woman, back bent and broken from too many days spent stooping over a garden hoe, cooking stove or child? Or a complicated amalgamation of strength and weakness?

Saturday, 24 September 2011 15:59 administrator
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Black Athena, a classical and seminal work by Martin Bernal was published amid controversy and fury by an obscure publishing company in 1987. The thesis or central argument of the book was so revolutionary that most publishers in the western hemisphere rejected the manuscript outright for dubious reasons.

Saturday, 17 September 2011 13:07 administrator
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Drawing on his extensive research and consulting work, Delong lays out the leading causes for a dysfunctional loop within a familiar personality type, the high-need-for-achievement professional.  That loop can lead to anxiety with a bottomless craving for achievement regardless of personal costs and an entrenched resistance to change.

Saturday, 17 September 2011 13:03 By Donald Lule
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A cracked one lowers value of your vehicle

Motorists often take care to preserve the exterior of their vehicle but ignore the interior, especially the dashboard. Washing, waxing, and fixing scratches and dents on the outside makes the vehicle look good. However, the outside of the vehicle is not the only area or part which needs attention.

Saturday, 10 September 2011 16:00 administrator
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The world gets expensive, deadly, and hilarious

Mark Steyn’s new book, After America: Get Ready for Armageddon, is both spiritually and chronologically a direct sequel to his landmark America Alone.  It’s bigger, stronger, scarier, and funnier.  If America Alone was Steyn’s Star Wars, this is the rare sequel that improves on the original: The Empire Strikes Out.

Saturday, 10 September 2011 15:51 By Rukiya Makuma and Rosaria Achola
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The Royal Ascot Goat Races at Munyonyo get bigger, grander

This year’s Kampala Royal Ascot Goat Races held at the picturesque Speke Resort Munyonyo of tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia on Saturday Sept. 3 showed the one-time charity event in full throttle and in no danger of losing relevancy.

Saturday, 03 September 2011 10:04 By Nathan Kiwere
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I believe if we can just start to give a bit more and take a little less, our communities will become better places for us and for our children.” These are some of the parting words of the iconic art promoter and philanthropist, Tricia Glover, wife to Brian Glover, the outgoing Executive Director of Tullow Oil Uganda.


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