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Uganda finally announces first petroleum exploration licensing round

Uganda has finally announced the country’s first open competitive licensing round for petroleum expl...

Money in politics

From winning the election to keeping the seat; politicians have to dig deeper in their pockets. Ever...

Russians to build $2.5b refinery

Reasons why refinery project deal hasn’t excited Ugandans, yet On Feb.17, the government announced ...

2016 `ghost voters’

Why MPs fear new law on registration Something unusual happened in parliament on November 25, 2014....

Kikwete new EAC chairman

How will he tackle insecurity in the region? Tanzanian president Jakaya Kikwete is the new chairma...

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1. India's spectrum auction. The country holds its largest ever auction of wireless bandwidth, which is expected to put 8.2 trillion rupees ($13 billion) in the government's coffers. Most of it is spectrum already held by mobile carriers that is up for renewal, and they depend on it for
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Re-thinking our democratic institutions The pathologies of Uganda’s LC system and the need for a new conversation on how to reform it On the temple of Apollo at Delphi is inscribed the motto “meden agan” (nothing in excess) in honour...
 
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2016 `ghost voters’
Why MPs fear new law on registration Something unusual happened in parliament on November 25, 2014. . . . More...
Tullow trouble for Uganda
After Kyankwanzi: Museveni consolidates grip on MPs
Museveni intervenes in Israel arms dealer case
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Kings and queens of the boardroom
Having a chairperson who sits on numerous boards might not be illegal, but is it smart? Company nam . . . More...
Money in politics
Catch-22 in government compensation
Janani Luwum gets national celebration
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Kikwete new EAC chairman
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Rwanda’s M23 problem
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Rwanda peace-keepers spread wings over Africa
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Mulago CT scanner puzzle
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Cover: Fear of ghost voters.

Health:Radiation risks from CT scans.

Business:Mobile money transactions increase.

Museveni’s failure to name Chief Justice:
President Yoweri Museveni on April.14 told
a team from the Uganda Law Society (ULS)
that the Constitutional Case over the reappointment of Benjamin Odoki is the reason
he hasn’t acted on the crisis it has caused but
experts say that this might be a perfect cover
for the President’s incompetence, fear, and
indecision over the CJ affair.
Museveni failure to
appoint Chief Justice
Columns
3 // Off-line
4 // Inbox
6 // The Week
7 // News Makers
On MPs kicking
out UMEME
By Harold Acemah
How NRM
Caucus is
murdering
democracy
By Peter Nyanzi
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Ogwang Charles:
From a star
footballer to an
engineer, a lesson
for other footballers
INtERvIEW
17
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Ebola virus in Guinea is
new strain: The virus that
has caused a deadly Ebola
epidemic in Guinea is the
first case to be recorded in
West Africa but researchers
say it emerged locally.
HEALtH
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Incompetence or Strategy?