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UGANDA’S PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR-2019, JUSTICE CATHERINE BAMUGEMEREIRE

JUSTICE CATHERINE BAMUGEMEREIRE, PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR 2019 (President Yoweri Museveni should use her much more?) Most Judges are not public figures but a few have had opportunity to serve in the public domain. One of these Judges in Uganda is Lady Justice Catherine Bamugemereire. Like we mentioned before President …

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“YOU CAN REPORT ME TO GOD” DID MOCKING GOD AFFECT UGANDA’S DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL. PRESIDENT MUSEVENI DROPS HIM FROM GIVING LEGAL OPINIONS TO LABOR DOCKET.

President Yoweri Museveni made a mini reshuffle of his cabinet dropping 7 names including his Principal Private Secretary who was a few days to make 3 years on her contract. He recently led a walk against corruption and hosted the annual national thanksgiving prayers at Statehouse. While the country is …

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A milestone for Sudan’s budding democracy as country appoints first female chief justice

Sudan has for the first time in its history appointed a female chief justice. According to the BBC, the Sovereign Council, made up of civilians and military officials confirmed the appointment of Supreme Court judge Neemat Abdullah to the position of Chief Justice. Although only two of the 11-member Sovereign …

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The little-known first Zimbabwean president who was a serial rapist

When former Zimbabwean leader, Canaan Banana reportedly died of cancer in 2003, he was not given a hero’s burial that senior governing party members normally received. This was not only because he was a serial rapist but also because it had become public knowledge that he was a homosexual after …

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Ben Ali: Tunisia’s ousted president dies in exile

Tunisia’s former president Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali has died in exile aged 83. his family says. Ben Ali who led the Tunisia for 23 years and was credited for delivering stability and some economic prosperity also received widespread criticism for suppressing political freedoms and widespread corruption. Following mass street protests …

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IS LORNA MAGARA SWALLOWED BY MAKERERE UNIVERSITY PROBLEMS OR SHE WILL SHINE LIKE SISTER ALLEN KAGINA?

IS LORNA MAGARA SWALLOWED BY MAKERERE UNIVERSITY PROBLEMS OR SHE WILL SHINE LIKE SISTER ALLEN KAGINA? Prof Nawangwe, Magara and Bayeyo  The University Council shall be the Supreme organ of the Public University and as such shall be responsible for the overall administration of the objects and functions of the …

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Mugabe and the Rhodesian Bush War, the making of an African hero

The Rhodesian Bush War – also called the Second Chimurenga and the Zimbabwe War of Liberation was a civil conflict from July 1964 to December 1979 in the unrecognised country of Rhodesia (later Zimbabwe Rhodesia). The conflict pitted three sides against one another: the Rhodesian government led by Ian Smith; …

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Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s Independence Icon Passes On

Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s strongman former president and independence icon has died aged 95. The President of Zimbabwe Emerson Mnangagwa has announced the passing of his predecessor Robert Mugabe this morning calling the fallen strongman former president an icon of liberation. Mugabe died in Singapore where he has been receiving treatment …

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