Editorial, Letters

Uganda IGP Kale Kayihura now a fugitive

August 10

  KAMPALA, AUGUST 10 – As the drama of Uganda’s spiral towards anarchy continues, Inspector General […]

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Foreign News, Letters, Opinion

Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu :Turkish Democracy was protected by the ordinary citizen

August 2

At around 10pm on Friday, July 15, members of a sleeper cell belonging to a fringe […]

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Business, Companies, Letters, Opinion, Transport

The hidden tricks of Low-cost airlines

July 20

KAMPALA, JULY 20 – Low-cost airlines have attention-grabbing headline prices that seem the obvious choice in […]

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Letters, Opinion

BREXIT Might Leave Both the U.K. and the E.U. Better Off

June 25

Peter Suderman Jun. 24, 2016 – If you want to understand why markets are crashing in […]

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Letters, U

Gaddafi awarded Uganda’s highest military medal

June 9

KAMPALA,JUNE 9 – Former Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi was today one of 650 people that received […]

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Columnists, Companies, Letters, Opinion

Customer-centricity at the core of MTN growth strategy

June 8

Mapula Bodibe   Globally, the communication landscape is a fast-evolving environment driven by technology and product […]

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Columnists, Editorial, Letters, Opinion

Why URA receivership may be the best thing that happened to WBS Tv

April 12

KAMPALA,APRIL12 – The dramatic takeover of the management of WBS Television by the Uganda Revenue Authority […]

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Business, Columnists, Foreign News, Letters, Opinion

How digitization will alter the employment landscape in the next 10 years

April 12

By: Wayne Houghton, Director of Growth Implementation Solutions, Frost & Sullivan Africa CAPE TOWN, South Africa, […]

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Columnists, Letters, Opinion

C’est Belgique, c’est pas logique

March 23

Robert Adam Kasozi   Belgians have a dark sense of humour, especially about themselves. Whenever something […]

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Columnists, Editorial, Letters, Opinion

To be credible in Burundi, Museveni needs to take a dose of his own medicine

March 1

KAMPALA, MARCH 1- When hostilities’ broke out in South Sudan’s capital Juba in December 2013, President […]

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