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How ISO boss sack helps Museveni, Kagame

It restores the Rwandan Bloc vote for Museveni in 2021 and smoothens CHOGM2021 preparations for Kagame COMMENT | SIMON KIMOYI | It is not far-fetched for Kigali to postulate that promoters of the Uganda-Rwanda conflict are top officers in the Ugandan security system, seeking to cause regime change in Kigali. …

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URA okays $575 million Total-Tullow oil deal

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | French oil major Total,  the Ugandan government and Tullow have resolved tax disagreements that have delayed the sale of a $575 million stake that is key to ensuring Uganda produces first oil in three years’ time. “Government of Uganda and the Ugandan Revenue Authority have executed a …

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Ham vs DTB court ruling

Experts warn of dire consequences for the private sector, government in relation to access to capital Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Capital inflow in form of loans is big business in Uganda. In both the private and public sectors, loans secured from foreign investors boost service delivery, improve people’s …

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Coronavirus hits farmers

Survey shows Uganda faces worst food risk in Africa Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Ugandan farmers are among the worst hit by the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown measures in Africa according to research released on Oct.16 by Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO), an independent international development organisation that works to …

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Uganda democracy in decline

New report shows why changing leaders doesn’t change politics in Africa Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Leadership change results in an initial wave of optimism. But ongoing political challenges and constraints mean that it is often a case of “the more things change the more they stay the same. …

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