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Archbishop Jonah Lwanga dies at 76

He spoke up on democracy, constitutionalism, and human rights Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Since the death on Sept.05 of Archbishop Jonah Lwanga in Athens, Greece, the spiritual leader of more than 500,000 Ugandans who are Greek Orthodox Christian, tributes have been pouring in. “It is really sad and …

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Universities to get high speed internet

World Bank and Knowledge Consulting Ltd hatch $52bn plan | THE INDEPENDENT | Ugandan universities and other post-secondary education institutions could get hooked on the high-speed internet while some students and teachers get free laptops under a proposed plan by the World Bank and Knowledge Consulting Ltd. The ambitious Africa …

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Uganda’s shadow state

Revealing the networks of people with power Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | In the April 30-07 issue of The Independent, Andrew Mwenda; in his column, wrote an article entitled “Paved with good intentions: How Western interventions in African affairs, even when well intentioned, produce bad results.” In that article, …

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Uganda’s shadow state

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | These are the top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. COVER STORY Uganda’s Shadow State: Revealing the networks of people with power THE LAST WORD Is Uganda’s economy failing?: Why Ugandan pundits are mistaken in their understanding of why some foreign firms have quit our …

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Archbishop appointment of Nankabirwa is strategic

It would be utter irresponsibility for the Church of Uganda not to interest itself in what happens in cabinet COMMENT | SABIITI MARTIN RWABIHURWA | In yet another masterstroke, the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Most Rev. Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu, appointed Ruth Nankabirwa, the minister of Energy as Church …

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Digitise collection of donations to church

Churches shouldn’t overlook the now unavoidable solutions towards giving that is smart, fast, and virus free COMMENT | MICHAEL JJINGO | Change is real! Many people doubted the migrating of television programs from analogue to digital, even after appreciating the spin offs that were to follow; crystal clear pictures, better …

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Why TB goes undiagnosed

New research shows what must be done about it | THE INDEPENDENT | Early diagnosis is crucial for the effective management of any disease. In Africa, this is not always possible which affects the ability of countries to bring diseases under control. Wilber Sabiiti, a Senior Research Fellow in Medicine, …

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Sanlam unveils Income Fund

The product could be a solution for pension funds seeking to diversify their holdings Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA | Sanlam Investment East Africa has unveiled Sanlam Income Fund in a bid to raise more capital for various investments but also provide favourable returns to investors. This new product places …

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