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Isa Senkumba

Honey, I missed my periods

I missed my periods

If someone has ever told you this statement you must have taken her, with some justice, to be a kill joy or a sadist of some sort.  This is one of those statements you receive and your intestines run cold especially if the person making it is just a girlfriend and still stays with her …

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Rape laws need to redefine rape

Millions of women around the world have been victims of rape

I was recently sharing a story with a female friend about crimes in our country. After talking about a number of crimes she finally mentioned rape. It was not by accident that rape came last; it was by design. The more rape becomes a household act the more we take it less seriously. Millions of …

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The private sector needs government support

Minister of Finance Matiya Kasaija

Uganda implemented far reaching economic reforms from early 1990s with the view that markets would serve best the growth and development needs of the country. The Uganda Investment Authority was also established in 1991, by an Act of parliament, as a semi-autonomous government agency operating in partnership with the private sector and Government of Uganda …

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