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Stanbic Uganda Cup is back

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The ‘Stanbic Uganda Cup’ is back and bigger with yet another increase in prize money for participating teams and exciting rewards for football fans. Winning Prize money has been increased from Shs 120million to Shs 132 million for the final sixteen teams with the …

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Ugandan women speak out on rape

  Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | A number of Ugandan women kicked off the New Year with accusations of rape against men they worked with, partied with and some who were their bosses at their places of work. Irene Namarah, a former employee of Matooke Republic, a weekly newspaper, …

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Ruth Sebatindira’s main task at UTL

  Kampla, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Former president of Uganda Law Society (ULS) Ruth Sebatindira, took charge of the heavily indebted Uganda Telecom on Jan.6 as the administrator when Bemanya Twebaza, the telecom’s former administrator handed over to her. High Court appointed Sebatindira to the position after a Twebaze’s …

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Bobi Wine consultations

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. COVER STORY BOBI Wine Consultations: How People Power plans to dodge police roadblocks THE LAST WORD Kampala grinding to a halt: How NRM politics has made Kampala a dysfunctional city and what cannot be done about …

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Pearl Dairy excites needy children

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Pearl Dairy Farms Limited, the producers of LATO Milk and the initiators of the LATO Help initiative last month brought together its beneficiaries and their parents at a Christmas party held at Lohana Academy in Kampala. The “Lato Help initiative” is  under the company’s …

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