Columnists, Editorial, Letters, Opinion

Why currency manipulation might be a better tool for Kenya, than bans in trade war with Uganda

March 19

Michael Wakabi At the time of writing this article, the Japanese Yen was trading at an […]

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Columnists, Editorial, Letters, Opinion

Navigating the Kenya-Uganda milk impasse: Lessons from rice show us the ugly flipside of protectionist policies

February 14

Michael Wakabi For the umpteenth time, Kenya and Uganda will in April meet in Kampala to […]

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Editorial, Opinion

How to save Emmanuel Katongole’s Covid-19 Response Fund from itself

May 18

The Uganda National Response Fund to Covid-19 has suffered an unexpected backlash. It follows an appeal […]

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Columnists, Editorial, Letters, Opinion

Finding the sweet spot for Kiira Motors in Uganda’s public infrastructure projects

April 30

The Ministry of Finance has deposited for parliamentary approval, a request to borrow USD275 million. Of […]

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Editorial

A layman’s approach to unlocking the Uganda-Rwanda stalemate

December 16

Espionage is the legitimate business of any state and on its own should not be such […]

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Editorial, Opinion

Why Kiira Motors and Tondeka Metro should be partners rather than adversaries

December 8

Michael Wakabi On December 11, a huge meeting of government technocrats, the chief executive of Uganda […]

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Editorial, Opinion

Editorial: Kagame has pulled the Andon Cord; why is East Africa sitting on the fence?

November 25

When he partially shut the common border and prevented his citizens from travelling to Uganda late […]

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Editorial

A little out of the box thinking, will take AfCFTA a long way

July 6

Billed as the world’s largest free trade area, the African Continental Free Trade Area ACFTA, goes […]

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Editorial

Why Budget Committee is both right and wrong on Uganda Airlines funding

May 12

This past week, the House Budget Committee declined to sign off UGX 37 billion that its […]

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Business, Companies, Editorial, Letters, Opinion

AIF’s feeble effort undermines ‘Made in Rwanda’

December 12

One mid-morning in 2017, two gentlemen from Kigali based African Improved Foods, met me at my […]

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