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‘Africa’s exposure for political risk triples’

Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA | Last June, multilateral insurer, African Trade and Insurance Agency, paid its first dividend worth US$2.5 million to 14 shareholder governments including Uganda. The firms CEO George Otieno spoke to The Independent’s Isaac Khisa about the firm’s future prospects. What is your management philosophy? I really …

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Pastor Solomon Male; torching the rot in churches

Kampala, Uganda | AGNES E NANTABA | Pastor Moses Solomon Male is an outspoken critic of corruption in churches; especially by pastors and clerics who promote the gospel of manipulation and mind control. He also cares for victims of paedophilia and homosexual abuse. Male also campaigns for greater financial accountability in …

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Annette Kezaabu on life as a mission

  Kampala, Uganda | AGNES E NANTABA | Little was known about Dr. Annette Kezaabu not until she was appointed to head a nine member committee ‘Uganda Pornography Control Committee’ in the ministry of Ethics and Integrity. In line with the Anti-Pornography act, the committee’s main role is to curb down the …

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Rethink Kampala’s street vendors

Kampala, Uganda | ISAAC KHISA | Hala Al-Karib is the regional director for the Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa (SIHA), an organization that seeks to unlock potential of women’s rights movement. She spoke to The Independent’s Isaac Khisa about street vending in Kampala. What is your management …

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