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Crisis time for Uganda as Generals disagreeDaily MonitorAnother former army commander and a man with one of the most respected public profiles in Uganda, Major-General Greg Mugisha-Muntu, also spoke out about the Tinyefuza issue late last week, May 17 and like Tumwine, appeared to back Tinyefuza.
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Govt Plans Fuel Tax HikeAllAfrica.comThe presidential budget advisory committee has also proposed an additional 1% levy by Uganda Communications Commission on the gross income of all telecom companies from which government expects to collect sh8.4b. Government also plans to ...and more »
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Shilling Up On Inflows From Exporters, CharitiesAllAfrica.comUganda: Shilling Up On Inflows From Exporters, Charities. 18 May 2013. Kampala ? The Uganda shilling strengthened on Friday due to dollar inflows from commodity exporters, charities and sell-offs by offshore investors betting on a weaker greenback.and more »
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Kitende Face Zana in Copa FinalAllAfrica.comSt. Juliana has assembly the best school going children from northern Uganda according to the school director Jeff Serunjogi. "I treat my players like my children. Because most of them come from disadvantaged families, I stay with most of them during ...and more »
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Sunday, July 28th, 2002
: RCN Administrator
A Harvard study credits abstinence programs with greatly reducing the spread of AIDS in Uganda during the past several years. The report notes that infection rates have dropped 50% between 1992 and 2000 because of Uganda’s emphasis on promoting abstinence before marriage and fidelity in marriage.
The study notes that from the late 1980s until 2001, the number of pregnant women infected with HIV dropped from 21.2% to 6.2%. In Botswana, where condoms are promoted, 38% of pregnant women were HIV positive in 2001.
Abstinence before marriage and fidelity in marriage are the keys to solving the AIDS problem in Africa, but the U.N., International Planned Parenthood
Federation of America, and other pro-condom groups continue to promote condoms as a way of stopping the spread of this deadly disease.
Thursday, July 25th, 2002
: RCN Administrator
Ugandan rebels with the Lord’s Resistance Army have killed at least 42 people during a raid on a village in the north of the country. The rebels entered Muchwini, 285 miles north of the capital Kampala, and began killing people, an army spokesman said. There was no army presence in the area around the village at the time of the attack, allowing the rebels to escape. But troops are now pursuing the rebels, who are based in southern Sudan.