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Citizenship by Investment 1

A few important things when talking about Citizenship by investment CITIZENSHIP | SPECIAL FEATURE | For those still new to the expression or uncertain of its significance, citizenship by investment programs (CBI for short) are the lawful, progressively prominent and dynamically routines with regards to a country making its citizenship …

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The power dams puzzle

How do we ensure that new dams do not add risk to power supplies down the line? Kampala, Uganda | DECLAN CONWAY | In the 1980s and 1990s parts of Africa saw a surge in dam building for energy production. After a brief hiatus, there has been renewed interest. Many new …

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Juju: Africa doping

How African athletes challenge Western notions of doping Kampala, Uganda | UROS KOVAC | The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has expanded the power of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), making it a central authority in the “fight against cheating”. WADA defines doping as the use of prohibited substances and methods designed to …

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On the road with UNRA’s Kagina

Driving 700km in two days to see Uganda’s critical oil roads project Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Allen Kagina, the executive director of the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) is a prayerful woman. She prays at meetings, journeys, meals, and anything. Now, however, she possibly needs prayers more than ever …

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