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FDC blasts Nandala Mafabi over Museveni

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Members of the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) rapped their secretary general for attending Independence Day ceremonies in Sironko district. FDC say it passed a resolution barring its members from attending events presided over by President Museveni. FDC officials led by party spokesperson Ibrahim …

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No new gay bill, says government

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Government spokesperson Ofwono Opondo has denied reports that there is an anti-gay bill in the offing after earlier reports indicated that the bill would return in its earlier form. The anti-gay bill was struck down by the courts in 2014 a few months after …

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Resources for agriculture in Uganda

Planning and allocating resources to agriculture must follow five principles and 20 interconnected actions COMMENT | MILDRED BARUNGI | “A world where food is nutritious and accessible for everyone, in which natural resources are managed in a way that maintains ecosystem functions to support current and future human needs.” This …

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Cooked or raw food

How do they impact on your tummy? | THE INDEPENDENT | It seems intuitive that cooked food and raw food likely impact the gut microbiome in different ways, but there has been little to no research on this topic — so far. A new study in mice and humans now …

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Balance investments in infrastructure and human capital

Massive infrastructure development alone without well trained and skilled personnel will not help the country achieve desired economic growth targets. Kampala, Uganda | PATRICIA AKANKWATSA AND JULIUS BUSINGE | This was the message directed to the government during the recently concluded infrastructure conference in Kampala titled ‘infrastructure and human capital …

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Sudhir’s new Shs36bn property

Real estate experts react on the Electrical Plaza near Nakasero Market Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Plot 11, Market Street and Kiyembe Lane in Kampala Central District have changed their physical face following the official opening of a new commercial building – Electrical Plaza. It joins a list of …

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