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Driving in a flood

Avoid it if you can, be careful if you can’t | MOTORING GURU | The rain these days is throwing up the unexpected. A road that you have driven on for years without incident will easily become flooded. That is why it is important to recall the tips you picked …

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Art creates water

An exhibition of contrasts at the musuem Kampala, Uganda | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | Art is increasingly being adopted as a medium for institutions to advocate social change in communities. Art is seen to have potential to shape or influence everyday perceptions by mirroring the social condition and behavior of communities. …

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Uganda’s War against Corruption

Accounting officers should be on the frontline To say that corruption is wide spread in our society is an understatement. It touches everything and everyone but the poor and marginalised have the most to lose since wealthier citizens can privately source the services that corruption denies all of us. For …

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Teeth brushing keeps heart healthy?

Strange link shows up in yet another study | THE INDEPENDENT | A study in Korea has once again found that brushing your teeth is linked to a lower risk of atrial fibrillation (a type of arrhythmia) and heart failure. The study was published in` European Journal of Preventive Cardiology’. …

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Jumia expansion hits snag

The company quits Rwanda, Tanzania and Cameroon markets Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | E-commerce has been slowly gaining traction in Africa in recent years. As a result, the popular talk has been that e-commerce firms are making money off people’s obsession with surfing and shopping on the internet. That …

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