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Justice delayed

By Haggai Matsiko 4,000 Kaweeri land grab victims wait for justice as Judge, lawyers’ flex legal muscles On May 20, Siliveste Busululwa, 62, saw this reporter with a camera strapped around his neck seated at David Ssekandi’s home in Kitemba village in Mubende district. Suddenly, he stopped walking. He then …

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Corruption in Uganda business

By Haggai Matsiko What difference will arrival of big American companies make? From Energy, oil and gas engineering, to advisory and legal services, American companies are increasingly scrambling and bagging Ugandan business contracts. In the last two years, over 10 top American companies have sealed big business deals and U.S. …

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Battle for oil contracts

By Haggai Matsiko Total E&P’s Shs 3.9 bn industry survey revives debate on local content in the oil sector With local businesses crying foul over big oil contracts and jobs going to international companies and expatriates, oil companies are drawing strategies to improve their local content input. French oil giant …

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Oil sector boost

By Haggai Matsiko Uganda survives fatal precedent on US$404 m Heritage Oil case Uganda’s recent win in the US$404 million tax dispute against Heritage Oil and Gas Limited (HOGL) is critical not only because of the money involved but the precedent it sets for the country’s oil sector. By challenging …

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