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Why South Sudan President Salva Kiir sacked his Army chief Paul Malong
President Salva Kiir on Tuesday night removed the South Sudanese army’s chief of general staff, Gen. Paul Malong Awan...
GIKONDO: The place where Africa’s cleanest city Kigali hides its Poor and dirty
There is a dirty secret behind the sparkling veneer of Rwanda’s capital, Kigali. Local residents call it Kwa Kabuga,...
Uganda renews its Nuclear Ambitions, signs deal with Russian firm Rosatom to build plant
The government of Uganda has agreed with the Russian Federation to cooperate in the peaceful application of atomic energy...
Ethiopia is targeting $1 billion of annual investment in industrial parks over the next decade to boost exports and make it Africa’s top manufacturer, a special adviser to Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn said. The government may invest half of the $10 billion needed for zones across the country that... Read more
Professor Balunywa’s Overview of the Report on the Economic performance and Outlook of Sub-Saharan African with particular emphasis on Uganda Last week, the IMF team presented a report on the performance and outlook of Sub Saharan Africa with more emphasis on Uganda. At this time of the year, with... Read more
Oil exploration typically has profound social, cultural and political impacts –negative and positive, in the country as whole and the region  of operation. Oil exploration can have a positive effect on development by creating jobs, catalyzing business and providing vital infrastructure such as roads, electricity, building schools and even better health... Read more
When Uganda passed the Condominium Property Act 2001, it was touted as the answer to the country’s deficit, the law laid out plans for the development of estates along Bugolobi, Buganda Road and Bukoto, the difference being that instead of renting, people would be able to buy the apartments... Read more