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Record Television dragged to court

By Julius Odeke Former workers of Record Television have dragged the management of the troubled Record Television Uganda to court over charges of violating workers’ constitutional rights. The top managers of Record Television will on November 8, 2012 appear at Kampala High Court before Lady Justice Elizabeth Musoke to defend …

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Nandala’s vision

By Julius Odeke `Next FDC leaders should maintain public support built by Besigye’ Nandala Mafabi says 1996 was a political turning point for him. The Leader of Opposition in parliament and MP Budadiri West says it is the year he met his leader in the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), …

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FDC divided over polls

By Julius Odeke Ruranga confronts pollster as Sabiiti says poll is `rubbish’ I was walking out of Research World International director, Patrick Wakida’s 2nd floor office in Kiwatule, a Kampala city suburb, when I bumped into Maj. Rubaramira Ruranga as he squeezed in. Not good news, I thought, because it …

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Are cooperatives relevant today?

By Morrison Rwakakamba Technology and elite capture demand new-style organisations to match with the new realities With over 10,400,000 citizens  connected to mobile phones, according to International Communication Union, over 5,000,000 browsing the internet daily, and millions tuning into more than 228 fm radio stations  broadcasting in local languages – …

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Blending grants and loans

By Dr Roberto Ridolfi Prospects of oil revenues have imperatives for financing infrastructure development in Uganda Infrastructure development financing in Africa, and consequently also in Uganda, has been dominated by donor and government financing for the many decades, with quite reduced participation of the private sector and commercial banking system. …

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