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Empowering the African Union

Fatigue in the global multilateral order is a moment of peril, but also a golden opportunity for Africans COMMENT | Donald P. Kaberuka | When the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) was founded in 1963, Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, the bloc’s first president, issued a clarion call: “What we …

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Regulating speech in new public square

  The challenge is to redefine the parameters of civil discourse without restricting pluralism COMMENT | Madeleine de Cock Buning and Miguel Poiares Maduro | Today, debates about public issues play out on social media, people receive their news via digital platforms, and politicians pitch their policies using these same media. …

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Child cancer treatment

When peace of mind is medicine Kampala, Uganda | FLAVIA NASSAKA | Brain Walusimbi is an entertainer with a heart for cancer children. He visits them at the Uganda Cancer Institute in Kampala, brings a bouncing castle, does face paintings on them, and plays music. Walusimbi’s involvement started in 2007. …

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Romantic emotions on canvas

Dancing Lights for the month of love Kampala, Uganda | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | In Edison Mugalu’s current exhibit titled `Dancing Light’ the motivation is to immortalise the magnificence of light when it appears to be dancing, as if in motion. Mugalu‘s art explores the manner in which light is broadcasted …

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