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Interview: Africa’s Richest Woman Isabel dos Santos on Life and How to Start

By: APO Many people around the world are familiar with Aliko Dangote, a Nigerian who is often described as Africa's richest man. But Isabel dos Santos, 45, an Angolan businesswoman, is Africa's richest woman and the eldest child of Angola’s former President José Eduardo dos Santos, who was in power from 1979

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Pope Francis

Missing: Cars Bought for Pope Francis’ Visit Disappear

The whereabouts of the two cars used by Pope Francis during his visit to Uganda in November of 2015 are unknown, parliament and the auditor general’s report reveal. Two cars were bought for Pope Francis to travel while in Uganda: a Kia Soul Hatchback and a Mitsubishi L200 pickup truck. The Kia

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Jennifer Musisi

Jennifer Musisi Speaks Out on Resignation, KCCA without Her

Jennifer Musisi, the outgoing Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) executive director has spoken out on her resignation. Speaking for the first time since announcing her resignation roadmap on Monday, Musisi said  “it is a normal thing for people to resign”. “It’s not an abnormal thing. [People resign] for all sorts of reasons,”

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Louis Kasekende

Document: Bank of Uganda Deputy Governor Louis Kasekende’s Wealth Exposed

An investigation by the Inspector General of Government (IGG) has revealed how rich the Bank of Uganda (BoU) Deputy Governor Dr Louis Kasekende is and how he acquired his money.   According to the Declaration of Income, Assets and Liabilities Form Kasekende submitted to IGG Irene Mulyagonja in line with Leadership Code

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A walk on the Source of the Nile Bridge.

Photos: Source of the Nile Bridge Launched

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni on Wednesday launched the Source of the Nile Bridge, the longest bridge across any river in the East African Region. At the launch, Museveni was in the company of first lady and education minister Janet Museveni and the Japan Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Sato Masahisa. The Source

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PHOTOS: Ugandan Community in Somalia Celebrates 56 Years Independence

Hundreds of Ugandans working in private sector and other organizations in Somalia turned up in big numbers at the Ugandan Embassy in Somalia and joined Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) to celebrate the 56 years of Uganda’s independence under the theme “standing tall as we celebrate the achievements of 56

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Minister Tumwebaze Graces PRAU Governing Council Handover Ceremony

Cabinet Minister of Information Technology and Communications and also Public Relations Association of Uganda (PRAU) Patron Hon. Frank Tumwebaze, last Thursday graced the handover ceremony that saw the new PRAU Governing Council sworn in. At the event, held at Sheraton Hotel, Kampala (Lake Room), the Hon. Minister applauded PRAU for being

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Museveni Commissions $25 Million Mulago Women Hospital

President Yoweri Museveni has called upon health practitioners in the country to emphasize prevention as a component of health care. The President made the call on Tuesday at the commissioning of the US$25 million 450-bed capacity Mulago Specialized Women and Neonatal Hospital in Kampala. He said that a lot can be achieved

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PHOTOS: Lawrence Mulindwa Unviels State-of-the-Art St. Mary’s Stadium

Former FUFA president Lawrence Mulindwa on Tuesday unveiled the refurbished state-of-the-art St. Mary's Stadium. The stadium which was opened in 2017, was earlier this year unfit to host continental games by the Confederation of Africa Football (CAF). In their report, CAF stated a number of reasons like an uneven pitch with slopes all

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Museveni Witnesses Signing of South Sudan Peace Agreement

President Yoweri Museveni has witnessed the signing of the last revitalized peace agreement between warring factions in South Sudan at a ceremony held under the auspices of the regional political bloc, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development, IGAD in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa. The President witnessed the signing at the 33rd Extra

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