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MOSES KHISA

In defence of striking public employees

It’s been several weeks since public prosecutors went on strike. These are state lawyers who represent...

MOSES MULUMBA

Address the ethical, legal dilemmas of doctors’ strike

Industrial actions by health professionals (no matter the category) severely affect health systems and, when...

SAMUEL OKULONY

Uganda’s oil detrimental to efforts on climate change

On November 6, 2017, an important event for all humanity commenced in Bonn, Germany. The 23rd...

Editorial

Army doctors for striking medics not a clever move

A meeting that was expected to end the debilitating medical workers’ strike ended with no...

OUR READERS

Your mail: Listen to voices of people in oil-affected communities

When Uganda and Tanzania signed the 1,445km oil pipeline agreement, the move marked a great...

Ssemujju Ibrahim Nganda

Maybe all Ugandans should go on strike!

It all started with government lawyers (prosecutors) laying down their tools at the beginning of...

JUSTICE PATRICK TABARO

By legalizing GMOs, we are erasing Ubuntu

On October 8, 2017, exactly 55 years after Uganda attained its independence, parliament passed the...

ISMAIL LUKWAGO NTEGANA

Terrorism against Islam and Muslims must stop

Muslims in Uganda, like elsewhere in the world, are treated like aliens even by their...

Editorial

Kampala’s long-suffering pedestrians need respect

The police have started an operation targeting drivers who don’t respect zebra crossing points in...

OUR READERS

Your mail: Medical interns should behave

Medical interns have reportedly insisted that they will go on strike alongside established doctors if...

DR JIMMY SPIRE SSENTONGO

The other side of the police

Many times when I drive past traffic police officers, especially in heavy jam where I...

Pius Muteekani Katunzi

Education profiteers creating counterfeit candidates

In Charles Dickens’ novel titled Hard Times, the author satirizes the education system, which intended...

KENNETH LUKWAGO

Opposition, NRM should utilise their opportunities

The debate about whether to amend article 102(b) of the Constitution to lift the presidential...

Editorial

Forcing doctors back to work has consequences

Speaking at a hastily-convened press conference last Thursday night, Dr Ruth Aceng, the minister for...

OUR READERS

Your mail: Judiciary should condemn rearrest of freed suspects

It is now a common trend in our courts for suspects who have been acquitted...

MOSES KHISA

The futility of defeating terrorism

Last week, I drove through New York city and across the Hudson river on my...