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Gen. Katumba shooting

 Why security must conduct better investigations   Kampala, Uganda | IAN KATUSIIME | The June 01 shooting of Gen. Katumba Wamala, a former Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) and most recently, minister of Works and Transport, has brought police murder by assassination investigations back into the spotlight because of the …

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Hope for a malaria-free Africa

The Draw the Line Against Malaria campaign builds on the pan-African Zero Malaria Starts with Me movement COMMENT | DR ABDOURAHMANE DIALLO | In recent decades, the world has made remarkable progress in the fight against malaria. Over 20 years of investment, commitment, and action have saved over 7.6 million …

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Museveni and Uganda’s transition politics

When Rebecca Kadaga fell on May 24, Museveni appended parliament to his courtyard in a grim proposition COMMENT | RAJAB KAKYAMA | Refer to: “NRM leaders pick Oulanyah” (the Independent online May 23). As Ugandans warm up for President Yoweri Museveni’s sixth term, the cynosure is at parliament tomorrow. Uganda …

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Poor nutrition fights COVID?

New study, according to professors Burtram C. Fielding &  Dewald Schoeman, says it changes the way a body fights infection leading to possible protection against severe disease Back at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, case numbers on the continent were still modest. But predictions and projections suggested the disease …

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