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Yusuf Sserunkuma

Through Sulaiman Kiggundu, Ssembuya, now Patrick Bitature

Many chroniclers will disagree that unlike the businessmen before him — such as bankers Sulaiman...

DR BUSINGYE KABUMBA

Judicial independence in Uganda: Myths, facts and realities

On 15th February 2024, in an opinion published in New Vision entitled ‘Why judiciary’s independence...

Kakwenza Rukirabashaija

The failure of institutions and rise of an unruly army officer

The Patriotic League Uganda, formerly MK Project, is in the embryonic stage to become a...

Joel Mukisa

Uganda’s poverty of imagination

As a child growing up, I was fed all sorts of myths and fiction.

Jemima Nalumansi

Transforming traffic management in Kampala

In the ever-growing Kampala, efficient traffic management is crucial for the smooth functioning of the...

TIMOTHY AINEBYOONA

Part I: Road to Uganda’s 2026 elections is a securitized one

In 1971, a young university student wrote a thesis on Frantz Fanon's ideas in violence...

HELEN BASUUTA NANGONZI

The future of work: Navigating the gig economy after graduation

In Uganda, as in many parts of the world, gig work, also known as the...

Ben Misagga

Zoning the way to go to groom youngsters

The recently-concluded Africa Cup of Nations Afcon was very absorbing, full of thrills and spills.

Editorial

Unlocking Uganda’s potential: A call to prioritize sports devt

Today Janet Museveni, the minister of Education and Sports, toured Namboole stadium and Nakivubo World...

Yusuf Sserunkuma

How Kahyana’s rebel poetry, activism echoes the good old days

Sometime last year, I published an article in the Review of African Political Economy (Roape...

DR BUSINGYE KABUMBA

‘Obuntu Bulamu’and the ICJ: A final note on Judge Sebutinde

Since I started writing this column, about seven months ago, the piece that has attracted...

RAMATHAN GGOOBI

Why GDP is your everyday life

Many people, especially non-economists, often wonder why economists emphasise GDP more than any other economic...

CHRISTINE ARWATA ALUM

Extreme weather events squeezing farmers

Uganda has experienced heavy and longer rains since September 2023. Even though forecasts indicate dry...

ROBERT KIGONGO

38 years of ‘Jajja tova ku main’ is a deterrent by millennials

As Africa’s millennial generations are rightly demanding a role in shaping their own future, surprisingly...

TWAIBU WAMALA

New narcotics law is going to increase apprehension

Last week, President Museveni signed into law the Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances (Control) Act, 2023.

ELVIS KINTU NSONYI

Don’t wait for February 14 to celebrate Valentine’s Day

Today, we are with no doubt going to hear two stories at the extremes of...