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Kasaija’s tax burden

  How to raise money from ideas that failed Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA | Finally its May, the month in which parliament as the Committee of Supply debates and passes the 2021/22 national budget. Unlike in recent years, the focus of debate has shifted from sector allocation to another …

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Uganda oil money agreements

  What is govt hiding? Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Hussein Lumumba Amin, a renowned socio-political analyst, recently ignited debate on one of Uganda’s most sensitive subjects since Uganda discovered commercially viable oil reserves in 2006: What exactly will be Uganda’s share of its oil resource when production finally …

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Is AstraZeneca vaccine safe?

5 questions answered | MAUREEN FERRAN | Associate Professor of Biology, Rochester Institute of Technology On March 22, AstraZeneca released results from its U.S. clinical trial showing that its vaccine is 79% effective and with no serious side effects. Overnight, the National Institutes of Health issued a statement, saying the …

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How safe is COVID-19 vaccine?

The Believers and the Doubters Kampala, Uganda | PATRICIA AKANKWATSA | By March 26; which was just over two weeks since it was launched, Uganda’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign was rolling on shakily. Uganda received the first batch of COVID -19 AstraZeneca vaccines on March and the vaccination exercise was rolled …

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