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Ugandans Outraged Over MP Saying Wife Beating is OK

The issue of domestic violence has come to the fore in Uganda after a member of parliament argued in favor of wife beating.

In the words of the Ugandan legislator, a man who disciplines his wife can touch, tackle and beat her to streamline her.

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Crime Against Women

Uganda yasaini mkataba na Kenya

Serikali ya Uganda imesaini makubaliano na nchi jirani ya Kenya ya kuiuzia tani laki sita za mahindi kila mwaka, hatua ambayo inatoa uhakika wa soko kwa wakulima wa mahindi wa Uganda ambao kwa miaka mingi wamehangaika kuuza mahindi ya ziada. 87 more words


The art of betting on oneself

At the beginning of 2018, I decided to read the biographies of Elon Musk, Bill Clinton, Albert Einstein and watch several documentaries including one of producers and music moguls Dr Dre and Jimmy Iovine – … 422 more words


Xi's power grab in China is a big deal

Regularized and predictable change of leadership is perhaps the most important indicator of political development. It doesn’t matter if such changes occur through popular elections (as in electoral democracies), boardroom meetings (in party dictatorships), or through inheritance (as in monarchies). 471 more words


Ugandan cartoonists are offering some of the sharpest criticism on the state of the country

Uganda’s political cartoonists have sharp pens, producing work that is often highly critical of the government and state of the country.

And yet, unlike the rest of Uganda’s media, they have largely managed to avoid the government’s tightening grip on freedom of expression.  1,084 more words

Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni: "I Love Trump," and He Appreciates President Trump Speaking to Africans Frankly...

KAMPALA, Uganda —

Uganda’s president says he loves President Donald Trump and that he should be praised for not mincing words.

“I love Trump because he tells…

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The world's youngest continent will keep being run by its oldest leaders

When former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe, 93, was unceremoniously marched out of the office he held for 37 years, hope remained that the moment last month could be a turning point in Africa’s long history of “old men” running the continent. 429 more words