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Ugandan media in crisis

Recent protest against police attacks exposes weakness within Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Polly Namaye, the deputy spokesperson of the Uganda Police Force, on Oct. 31 walked into the offices of the Uganda National Examinations Board. The exam body was holding a press conference to explain preparations for the …

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Will Dr Specioza Kazibwe get top African Union job?

Former Vice President Dr Specioza Naigaga Wandira Kazibwe remains a front runner to replace African Union (AU) chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma. According to the Institute for Security Studies, 60-year-old Kazibwe “certainly has the highest profile and the most international experience among the candidates, but that is not all that counts. …

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Kazibwe wants you to smell the coffee

By Patrick Kagenda Haji Abasi Kazibwe Musisi processes the Nguvu Coffee brand with an outlet at Natete to the west of Kampala. He tells The Independent’s Patrick Kagenda about the coffee roasting business. What is Nguvu and how did it come about? Nguvu is a brand name of the coffee …

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