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LIVE: Jeff Koinange Live….on NBS TV

Jeff Koinange, and equally combative Ugandan journalist Andrew Mwenda, will be guests in tonight’s NBS TV Frontline show. The Kenyan journalist and talk show host of Jeff Koinange Live will feature in what is expected to be an explosive analysis of social media, freedoms and corruption in East Africa. The one and only …

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VIDEO: Buy Uganda, Build Uganda policy launched

VIDEO: Government has today launched the “Buy Uganda, build Uganda” policy and the implementation strategic plan. This comes in a time when a free trade market seems to be doing harm to Uganda’s economy that is facing trade imbalance of $3million. This has been a wake up call to government …

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East Africa Tourism web portal launched

ATC News by Wolfgang H. Thome The East Africa Tourism Platform, the private sector apex body for the five East African Community member states, has launched their much awaited ‘Destination East Africa Portal’ at the ongoing Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo (POATE2017) in Kampala. The new website aims to propagate …

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The rise of Denis Masinde Onyango

The Independent reflects on his journey to being Africa’s best footballer Denis Masinde Onyango was on Jan.5 crowned the Confederation of African Football (CAF) African Player of the Year – Based in Africa. Uganda’s talismanic shot-stopper made history as the first goalkeeper ever to win CAF’s topmost honour; a prestigious …

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VIDEO: 2016 election losers eye EALA slot

VIDEO: The corridors of the Parliamentary building are a bee-hive of activity as those seeking to take up seats at the East Africa Legislative Assembly pitch camp, lobbying MPs for votes. A quick survey reveals 75 aspirants are bidding for 9 seats majority of who are former members of parliament who …

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New Nairobi-Mombasa train service to take 4 hours

ATC News by Wolfgang H. Thome Kenya will become the first country in Africa to receive brand new long- distance passenger trains in February this year. The five passenger locomotives are part of the 56 locomotives expected in the country prior to the launch of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) …

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