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The end of opposition

Bobi Wine gains as Besigye, Mao, Akena kill their parties Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | The 2021 general elections have come at the best time for the leaders of Uganda’s three main political parties; the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), the Democratic Party (DP), and the Uganda Peoples Congress …

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: The end of the opposition

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | These are the top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. COVER STORY The end of opposition: Bobi Wine gains as Besigye, Mao and Akena kills their parties THE LAST WORD Impunity and corruption at Bank of Uganda: Why BOU’s sale of Crane Bank will go …

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Interest rate cap could hit commercial banks

Central bank’s move could reduce the industry’s profitability | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda’s central bank has threatened to cap interest that commercial banks can charge borrowers following the industry’s failure to lower interest rates in response to the cuts in the Central Bank Rate, according to its governor, Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile. …

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Managing arguments during lockdown

What monkeys can teach humans spending such prolonged time in close quarters with others | NICOLA F. KOYAMA | The world may be reopening in some places, with people looking forward to pubs, restaurants and haircuts. Many of us will no doubt also be looking forward to some time away …

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Banking behavior to shift post-Covid

Here’s how African banks can adapt to shifts in consumer behavior | THE INDEPENDENT | A new report by McKinsey & Company says in order to stay relevant and responsive to consumer needs, banks will need to consider both short-term expectations and long-term post-COVID-19 shifts in consumers’ preferences and behaviors. …

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Africa’s varied COVID-19 responses

Evaluating and learning from the best | THE INDEPENDENT | The COVID-19 pandemic is testing health care and disaster management systems of countries and the agility of policy responses to effectively handle a public health catastrophe. Since the first reported case in Africa on February 14, countries in the region …

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City experts discuss decongesting Kampala

Same old solution proposed, same disagreement raised Kampala, Uganda | PATRICIA AKANKWATSA | Kampala City managers, experts and interested residents on July 07 witnessed the virtual launch of the Global Labour Institute (GLI) report titled; Urban Public Transport System: Understanding Kampala’s Para transit Market Structure. The discussion that followed focused …

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How COVID-19 cases hit 1000 mark

The number of COVID- 19 cases in Uganda hit the 1000 mark on July 09. Kampala, Uganda | PATRICIA AKANKWATSA | This followed announcement of 23 confirmed new cases from tests that were conducted on Wednesday 08. Out of the 23 new cases; 12 are Ugandan nationals who returned from …

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