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Uganda advances Anti-Counterfeit law

Kampala, Uganda | PATRICIA AKANKWATSA | The government’s enactment of the Anti-Counterfeit Goods Bill signifies an important step towards safeguarding intellectual property, fostering fair competition, and ultimately, protecting Ugandan consumers. However, stakeholders acknowledge that the true efficacy of the legislation rests on stakeholder collaboration. Fred Muwema, Chairman of the Anti-counterfeit …

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‘Uganda on right track to energy stability’

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  The government has given a rosy picture of Uganda’s energy security in the medium term, citing several interventions and other developments in the sector. Experts have said Uganda is energy insecure especially because of the lack of a direct route to the sources of …

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New Supreme and Court of Appeal buildings commissioned

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has commissioned two Appellate Court twin buildings to host the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal which have been in rented premises since Independence. The buildings located in the middle of Kampala at Plot 2 were commissioned on Thursday. …

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Kaabong residents demand security deployment at Uganda-Kenya border

Kaabong, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Residents in Kaabong district have asked for security deployment along the borderline between Uganda and Kenya to counter Turkana warriors. According to residents, the Turkana warriors have continued terrorizing the communities and their efforts to track cows that enter the Kenyan are futile. They also …

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Israel hails Uganda for fervently fighting terrorism

Jinja, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The ambassador of Israel to Kenya, who also oversees diplomatic relations in the four countries of Uganda, Malawi, Tanzania and Seychelles, Michael Lotem has expressed gratitude for efforts by Ugandans in the continued fight against terrorism. While addressing journalists after paying a courtesy visit to …

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Archbishop Kaziimba: Government should not dictate fees in our schools

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  The Most Reverend Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda has warned the government against dictating on tuition without consulting foundation bodies. Recently, the Ministry of Education and Sports threatened to close schools should they defy government guidelines and increase school …

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