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When Besigye got bail

Besigye gets bail. But for how long before the police pounce again? It was the usual scene of wild excitement when opposition leader and former presidential candidate Kizza Besigye was was granted bail by the High Court on July 12. Besigye left the court atop his Pajero waving to his …

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Netanyahu, Museveni vow to fight terrorism

  Entebbe, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  “Exactly forty years ago, our forces took part in a historic mission to rescue hostages. The forces landed in the dead of night in a country ruled by a dictator who aids terrorists. Now here I am, I have landed in daylight in a friendly …

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When slogans make brands

By Ian Katusiime How a slogan can shape a company’s image Albert Einstein once said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” Basing on …

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Bridging education gaps in communities

By Ian Katusiime New schools strive to offer quality education at minimal fees In Nabaziza, Kyengera about 9kms from central Kampala, 205 pupils from the community are attending school in newly built structures. Their teachers are dressed in lime green T-shirts and black pants and refer to their notes on …

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Politics overshadows Sejusa case

By Ian Katusiime The arrest and on-going trial of former intelligence chief, Gen. David Sejusa, is putting President Yoweri Museveni on the spot for allegedly pursuing political objectives through the courts. Sejusa is charged with insubordination, conduct prejudicial to good order, absence without official leave, and two counts of participating …

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