Aug 18, 2016 in Culture
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May 18, 2016 in Economy
The economic and political reach of the US, arguably the most visible and vocal Western country on the African continent, is gradually being diminished. This follows a pattern in which the economic and political stronghold of Western countries has ebbed as the role of non-traditional donors such as China has grown in importance.
May 03, 2016 in Economy, Uganda
In February, the High Court ordered that all emoluments paid to MPs would be subject to the same tax system applied on the rest of the Ugandan citizens. The decision from has caused a controversy amongst MPs who passed a tax exemption law in order further enjoy tax reduction.
Apr 30, 2016 in Politics, Equatorial Guinea
Equatorial Guinea’s President Teodoro Obiang extended his rule 36-year ruling further after winning last Sunday’s presidential election. The President acknowledged that the oil-rich nation may be tired of him but that he had "dedicated his life to the country."
Apr 25, 2016 in Culture, Uganda
Located on the hills of Mountain Elgon, Bududa is not much of a tourist attraction. Although it is the only place in Uganda where communities have bullfighting activities, it remains quite unknown for the world – and Uganda. Whereas some argue that bullfight is animal cruelty, others hope to see a modern tourist attraction centre set up.
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