By Counsel Julius Galisonga As a child, whenever my dad used to give me less pocket money or cancelled some items off the shopping list, I viewed him as unreasonable. Sometimes he’d pull out a ...

By Ronnie Toerien, The world of work has been changing for some time, particularly over the last decade as emerging technologies equipped enterprises with the tools to operate with greater ...

By Patrick Edema The government of Uganda has opted a range of strategies to manage the spread of COVID-19. However, as desirable as the strategies may seem, the urban poor are disproportionately ...

By Isidoros Karderinis The climate change, that is, the change of the global climate and in particular the changes in meteorological conditions that extend on a large time scale, is a major global ...

By Glenda Irvine-Smith According to the Director of Business Development & International Relations at Centurion Law Group, and Key Coordinator of the firm's unique Centurion Plus model, Glenda ...

By NJ Ayuk Last week, a commercial court in the United Kingdom gave reason to a claim by engineering company Process and Industrial Developments Ltd (P&ID), which demands over USD$9 billion from ...

The girl child in Uganda, like it is in many developing countries, is growing up in a world that is challenging than never before. The problems they are facing is insurmountable but that has not ...

Russia's return to Africa has been the subject of wide media coverage, governmental concerns and civil society reactions in recent weeks, especially as Sochi gears up to host the first ever ...

Member of Parliament and People Power leader Hon. Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu also known as Bobi Wine believes the state is being desperate in an attempt to cover up crimes state operatives are ...

In an eight paged letter addressed to Eng. Ziria Tibalwa Waako, Chief Executive Officer, Eletricity Regulatory Authority (ERA), Dickens Kamugisha, Chief Executive Office Africa Institute of Energy ...
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