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ANALYSIS: Proposed KCCA law

Museveni’s latest plan to kick Lukwago out of Kampala? Erias Lukwago, 47, the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Lord Mayor, is in fighting mode again.  This time, it is not the Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi or the Minister for Kampala, Betty Kamya, he is taking on but a law. According …

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Mbabazi court award hits Shs21 billion

Mbabazi court award hits Shs21bn: Attorney General’s office looks for ways of scaling back costly damages The Shs13billion court award granted to lawyer Severino Twinobusingye, known for representing Amama Mbabazi, in 2013 is probably the largest ever given out to an individual. He told The Independent recently that he has …

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‘Only 34% of Ugandans believe 2016 election was free, fair’

Afrobarometer Survey: ‘Only 34% of Ugandans believe 2016 election was free, fair’ Only 34% of Ugandans believe last year’s acrimonious general election was “completely free and fair” according to the latest survey by Afrobarometer, a pan-African, non-partisan research network that conducts public attitude surveys on democracy, governance, economic conditions and other …

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Leaders say bureaucracy frustrating OWC

ANALYSIS: ‘You’re to blame’. District bosses grill government officials, minister The trucks rolled up suddenly, without warning. But soon enough, the district Chief Accounting Officer (CAO), Esau Ekachelau, was informed of their mission: They had brought 800 bags of cassava cutting for distribution to farmers in the district. It was a …

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