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2017-07-24 Can Bobi Wine Survive Robert Kyagulanyi?
[Observer] "From the ghetto to Parliament", hundreds of posters and placards announced as Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine drove to parliament and took oath as one of Uganda's most decisively elected MP.

2017-07-24 First Lady Mediates in GMO Bill Debate
[Observer] The First Lady, Janet Museveni, last week mediated efforts between those for and against the Biotechnology and Biosafety Bill 2012, which has divided MPs, scientists and civil society actors.

2017-07-24 Coach Set to Walk Away From Cranes
[Monitor] Kampala -If you want to take a quick look into Cranes coach Micho Sredojevic's mind, glide a CD into your player and sing away with Craig David. Walking Away.

2017-07-24 Judges Vote to Strike if Govt Does Not Address Grievances
[Monitor] Judicial officers at the weekend overwhelmingly resolved to strike and keep away from courts if government does not address their grievances on welfare and salaries within one month.

2017-07-24 Why Leaders Poured Water On Gen Otafiire
[Monitor] They expected the President. Instead, they received Justice and Constitutional Affairs minister, Maj Gen Kahinda Otafiire. And tempers flared!

2017-07-24 DPP Asked to Respond to Dr. Stella Nyanzi Pending Criminal Charges
[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Buganda Road Court has given the State Attorney prosecuting Makerere University Senior Researcher Dr. Stella Nyanzi one month to consult the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) on when trial in this case should start.

2017-07-24 Bank of Uganda-Sudhir Legal Showdown - Why the Chips Are Down
[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda's central bank is on trial. Real estate magnet Sudhir Ruparelia is on trial. Meera Investments Limited is on trial. The Judiciary, too, is on trial.

2017-07-24 Prosecution Is Not a Democracy - Director
[Independent (Kampala)] INTERVIEW: Justice Mike Chibita is the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP). He spoke to Ian Katusiime on July 14 about the prosecutors strike and other issues.

2017-07-24 Omugabi Mulindwa Muwonge Bows Out With a Split Legacy
[Observer] ERIAS MULINDWA MUWONGE, one of the most influential and controversial talk show hosts, breathed his last on July 18. Abubaker Mayemba looks back at his career that won him as many friends as adversaries.

2017-07-24 Cranes Striker Geoffrey Sserunkuma Leaves KCCA FC
[Monitor] Kampala -The Zambian league is fast becoming a favourite destination for Ugandan players.

2017-07-24 Proposed Land Amendment Patently Unconstitutional
[Monitor] There are four basic principles which govern the operation of Constitutional Law in any country. These include the Separation of Powers (Checks and Balances), the Rule of Law, Respect for Human Rights and the Basic Structure Doctrine.

2017-07-24 Chinese Firms Boost Employment of Youths
[Namibian] ENTEBBE - Simon Sewalu, with barely any experience after dropping out of school, landed a job with the Chinese who are constructing Uganda's first express way.

2017-07-24 The Youth Should Lead FDC, Says Byamugisha
[Observer] As the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) prepares to elect new leadership later this year, one of the candidates vying for the top seat, MOSES BYAMUGISHA, believes the time has come for the youth to take up the top leadership mantle of Uganda's biggest opposition party.

2017-07-24 How to Drive a Car With a UG Number Plate
[Observer] All along, I have been living under the deception that order on public roads is an important thing.

2017-07-24 Monitor Marks 25 Years
[Monitor] Kampala -The Monitor Publications Limited, the publisher of Uganda's leading independent daily newspaper Daily Monitor, marks 25 years today.

2017-07-24 Amavubi Turn Focus to 3rd Round Tie Against Uganda
[New Times] After eliminating Tanzania in the CHAN second round qualifier return leg, Amavubi has now turned focus to the third round tie against Uganda next month. Rwanda eliminated Tanzania on 1-1 goals aggregate following a goalless draw in the second leg played on Saturday at Kigali Stadium.

2017-07-24 1995 Constitution Makers Speak Out On Age Limit
[Monitor] Mwesigwa Rukutana, Deputy AG

2017-07-24 The Secrets Behind the Sudhir Saga
[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -How BoU is overseeing the biggest asset grab ever

2017-07-24 The Last Word - BOU's War With Sudhir
[Independent (Kampala)] How the central bank's handling of the problems of Crane Bank showed lack of imagination and strategy

2017-07-24 Rugby - Namibia Beats Uganda 48-24
[Namibian] UGANDA'S Rugby Cranes suffered their first loss in the 2017 Africa Gold Cup after a 48-24 pummeling by Namibia at Legends on Saturday.

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