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Bamugemereire: Tough judge who loves to smile

Justice Catherine Elizabeth Bamugemereire is tough. Many people formed this image of her when she led the tribunal investigating affairs at Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) in 2013 that found Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago incompetent. She was possibly toughest when leading the commission of inquiry into corruption and mismanagement at …

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BOU’s Kasekende speaks on economy

Deputy Governor of Bank of Uganda Louis Kasekende answered questions from The Independent’s Ian Katusiime about the bank’s upcoming golden jubilee anniversary and other economic issues.   Bank of Uganda (BoU) is marking 50 years. Looking back, what does this mean for BoU? This anniversary gives the Bank of Uganda …

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Managing a Shs 180bn SACCO

Col. Simon Ocan is the chief executive of Wazalendo, the SACCO for the Uganda People’s Defense Forces (UPDF). He spoke to Flavia Nassaka about their operations and pertinent issues to the cooperative movement in the country. What are the key elements in your management style? In management, there are three …

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DHL: Setting pace in logistics

Fatma Abubakar is the DHL Uganda country manager. She spoke to Flavia Nassaka about the performance of the logistics and shipping industry. What are the key elements in your management style as a manager? I don’t lock my door; I believe in an open-door management style. I believe in people …

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Taking the church to the market place

Bishop Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira’s new mission Rt Rev. Wilberforce Kityo Luwalira is a busy man. He heads the mother diocese of the Anglican Church in Uganda comprising 342 local churches but, perhaps due to the humble background and accepting Jesus Christ as his personal savior at a very young age …

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