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Trump’s legacy in Africa

And what to expect from Biden | Francis Owusu and Padraig Carmody | Donald Trump was propelled to the U.S. presidency by promising to rewrite globalisation rules. This included restricting trade when it directly hurt the U.S., clamping down on immigration, and reducing commitments to the global order. His administration’s …

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Bobi Wine’s next move

He has already changed the Ugandan opposition. Can he change the government? | SAM WILKINS AND RICHARD VOKES | Just three weeks into his official campaign for the Ugandan presidency, Ugandan musician and parliamentarian Robert Kyagulanyi (better known by his stage name Bobi Wine) had already been arrested twice. The …

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Gen. Elly Tumwine

 TUMWINE: The face of UPDF violence Kampala, Uganda | MUBATSI ASINJA HABATI | Uganda’s Minister of Security, General Elly Tumwine, is famed for having fired the first bullet that set the war that brought President Yoweri Museveni to power. For 30 years he has been perpetually representing the country’s military, the …

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Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | These are the top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. COVER STORY Gen. Elly Tumwine: Why being the face of UPDF violence isn’t a one off THE LAST WORD Museveni’s missing campaign: Why Bobi Wine is surging and what the president can do to stem …

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Cipla loss increase to Shs16bn

A jump in cost of sales, administrative expenses largely to blame for the bad performance Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | Shareholders of Cipla Quality Chemical Industries Limited will again wait to receive dividends after their company reporting Shs16bn net loss for the first six months ended Sept.30 compared to …

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