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City law firm condemns Nawangwe over probe into satirical exam on Among at Mak School of Law

Kampala, (UG):- Legal Brains Trust, an independent Kampala-based legal organization has condemned the manner in which Makerere University Vice Chancellor, Prof Barnabas Nawangwe ordered an investigation into an examination that satirized Speaker Anita Annet Among and the UK Sanctions slapped against her. During the first-year students’ end-of-semester examinations on May 12, the Paper of Principles of

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Namibia President Dr. Nangolo Mbumba Extends Message of Condolences Following the Passing of Veteran Journalist Ronelle Rademeyer.

The President of the Republic of Namibia, His Excellency Dr. Nangolo Mbumba has learned with sadness about the passing of veteran journalist, Mrs Ronelle Rademeyer. Mrs Rademeyer passed away on Monday, 20th of May 2024. In his message of condolences to the bereaved family, President Nangolo Mbumba says: “I have learned with sadness about the

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Justice Forum (JEEMA) Faces Turbulence Amid Controversial Cabinet Reshuffle

Hakim Muwonge, Kampala – The Justice Forum (JEEMA), a political party based in Mengo and known for its steadfast and outspoken representatives, is currently navigating a storm of internal discord and public scrutiny. This follows a controversial cabinet reshuffle executed by its president, Hon. Asuman Basalirwa, just a month before the National Delegates Conference (NDC). Hon.

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The role of protests in Uganda’s political landscape

In the ever-evolving political landscape of Uganda, the question looms large: Are protests still viable tools for the opposition to effect change in leadership? As the nation grapples with political discontent and a desire for reform, examining the efficacy of protests becomes crucial. This article delves into the current situation, exploring the challenges and opportunities

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Uganda Welcomes New Saudi Ambassador

His Excellency Mohammed Bin Khalil Faloudah, the recently appointed Ambassador of the Royal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Uganda, has formally presented his credentials to the state minister for Foreign Affairs, John Mulimba. During this occasion, Minister Mulimba extended a warm welcome to Ambassador Faloudah, highlighting the positive relations between Uganda and Saudi Arabia. He

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Five years ago, Volodymyr Zelenskyy won Ukraine’s presidential election by a landslide.

Volodymyr Zelenskyy enjoys considerable domestic backing© Valentyn Ogirenko/REUTERS His term officially ends in May but an election is unlikely while the country remains at war with Russia. Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s five-year term as Ukraine’s president formally ends on May 20. An election would have been held in late March, but the parliament postponed the vote as the

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POLICE REWARD OF UGX 10M FOR WANTED PRIME SUSPECT IN ALLEGED MURDER OF BUGANDA CLAN LEADER

Uganda Police Force  have released the identity of the man suspected to have hired hit men who reportedly killed Ndiga clan head, Eng. Daniel Bbosa a week ago. MR LUGGYA BBOSA TABULA, A 38-YEAR-OLD KEY SUSPECT IN THE MURDER BUGANDA’S NDIGA (SHEEP) CLAN HEAD, ENG DANIEL BBOSA. PHOTO/ COURTESY Addressing journalists Yesterday, Police spokesperson, Fred

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Pro-Palestine protesters shut down London as ‘Zionists control the media’ placards seen

Hundreds of thousands of protesters are thought to have taken part in today’s demonstration which gathered at the BBC’s London headquarters at midday. By CASEY COOPER-FISKE, News Reporter Pro-Palestine marchers shut down London today (Image: Getty) Pro-Palestinian protesters have shut down London today as they took to the streets waving placards and chanting. Hundreds of thousands of protesters are

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23 Killed In Suicide Bombing Attack At Pakistan Army Base: Report

The early-morning attack targeted a base in Dera Ismail Khan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, near the Afghan border, according to a local official who spoke on condition of anonymity. Pakistan’s army has not yet commented on the incident. (Representational) Peshawar:  At least 23 people were killed in a suicide bombing at a Pakistan army

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