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Skin and hair care entrepreneur Rutebemberwa shows how

Peninah Rutebemberwa is a tele communications engineering graduate who took on self employment upon the expiry of her four-year work contract with an engineering firm in 2014. She started Moisture Well, a skin and hair care products business, on discovering a growing demand for natural hair and skin products. The …

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OPINION: Kadaga’s bizarre move against the media

OPINION: By Cissy Kagaba  In a bizarre move, as reported in the media, Parliament is proposing to gag media. Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga’s move seems to be part of a well-scripted plan to determine what is published by the media. Her demand to investigate journalists for what she perceives as …

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OPINION: Uganda cannot promote `Rolex’

OPINION: By Fred Muwema  The current local and International buzz about Uganda’s Rolex (a rolled chapati with eggs and vegetables) appears to be restoring a little pride to some Ugandans. In June 2016, CNN named Uganda’s Rolex as the fastest growing fast food in Africa. Since then, the Rolex festival …

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Weapons of the poor

THE LAST WORD: By Andrew M.Mwenda How do you govern a country that has average public spending per capita of $450 annually in Purchasing Power Parity (PPP)? Is it possible to govern it using the same strategies as a country whose public spending is $22,000 per person annually? Yet all …

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