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Museveni Urges Chinese Investors to Develop Industrial Park, Encourage Other Investors

President Yoweri Museveni has urged a Chinese delegation from the Tian Tang group, led by the Mayor of Tangshan City, Mr. Xu Huan Qing, to develop the Industrial Park in Mbale district and also attract investors to establish factories in Uganda. The delegation that also included the Chinese Ambassador to Uganda,

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PHOTOS: Glamour as Museveni Hosts Ethiopian Premier to State Dinner

President Yoweri Museveni and the 1st Lady Hon. Janet Museveni who is also Minister of Education and Sports, on Friday hosted the visiting Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, his wife Roman Tesfaye Abney and their delegation to a State Dinner at State House, Entebbe. In his remarks during the dinner, President

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Makerere University Rolls Out ‘Identity Week’ to Celebrate Women’s Day

Makerere University has organised a week filled with activities to celebrate the international women's day. Dubbed the Gender Identity Week, the university's school of women and gender studies, have lined up leading women leaders in the country to lead the dialogue in a number of issues affecting women. Among topics up for

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Airtel Uganda, French Embassy Partner in Friendship Week

Airtel Uganda has announced its partnership with the French Embassy to celebrate the France – Uganda Friendship Week. Scheduled for 18th to 25th March 2017, the friendship week purposes to organize a joyful, positive series of events consecrating the friendship between Uganda and France through music, culture, food, wildlife and sport.

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80-year old Baguma Cries out to Makerere For Shs 14m Pension Arrears

After doing one of the dirtiest jobs  at Makerere University, unblocking sewer pipes, for 33 years, Yeremia Baguma was retired. But as  The Tower Post's MOSES KAYIGWA found out, the 80-year old former employee of Uganda's oldest and largest higher learning institution is yet to get his pension 17 years after

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