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Uganda’s nuclear power journey

International expert mission reviews exploration plan to domestic nuclear power ANALYSIS | AGENCIES | A team of international uranium power experts has concluded an inaugural review of a Uganda’s uranium production cycle. Led by experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the mission assessed the country’s capabilities to develop their …

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Global neglect: Declining humanitarian funding leaves millions in peril

Ignoring humanitarian need is worsening suffering, fueling instability, and prolonging conflicts ANALYSIS | RONALD MUSOKE | For millions of people in conflict-ridden countries, their world is collapsing as the international neglect of life-saving aid reaches alarming levels, humanitarian agencies have warned. “I have never before seen such a glaring gap between …

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Uganda among top FDI destinations

Favoured for its stable macro-economic policies, liberalised business environment, and strategic location as a logistics hub within the Great Lakes region SPECIAL REPORT | BIRD AGENCY | While the clean energy sector draws significant global foreign investment to Africa, particularly green hydrogen, solar, wind, and battery manufacturing, this is not Africa’s …

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Police hunt witchdoctor, three others for suspected murder

Mitooma, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Police in Mitooma District are hunting for a witch doctor who allegedly connived with three others to poison and kill a 45-year-old man in Butagatsi village, Mitooma District. The others, who are also on the run include Ruth Muhairwe, the deceased’s wife,  Patrick Mukisa, and …

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