NRM MPs Ask Museveni to Retire

[Independent (Kampala)] In a letter to president Museveni signed by the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party legislators – Theodore Sekikubo, Banabus Tinkasimire, Monica Amoding, Patrick Nsamba Oshabe, Sam Lyomoki, Gaffa Mbwatekamwa, John Ba…

[Independent (Kampala)] In a letter to president Museveni signed by the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party legislators - Theodore Sekikubo, Banabus Tinkasimire, Monica Amoding, Patrick Nsamba Oshabe, Sam Lyomoki, Gaffa Mbwatekamwa, John Baptist Nambetsye, Alex Ruhunda, Sylvia Rwabwogo and Felix Okot Ogong requested that he convenes a meeting of the party's Central Executive Committee (CEC), the National Executive Council (NEC), and National Conference to discuss his retirement. They asked that he initiates a transiti

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Mbare Musika Faces Temporary Closure

[The Herald] Harare City Council will today and tomorrow temporarily shut down part of Mbare Musika Bus Terminus to allow for the upgrading of the station to ease congestion as well as restore order in the CBD, a council official said.

[The Herald] Harare City Council will today and tomorrow temporarily shut down part of Mbare Musika Bus Terminus to allow for the upgrading of the station to ease congestion as well as restore order in the CBD, a council official said.

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NRM Offers Deals to Age-Limit Probe

[Observer] Afraid of coming up against stiff opposition from majority members on the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs committee, which is scrutinizing the age-limit bill, President Museveni’s strategists are reported to be reaching out to its leadership…

[Observer] Afraid of coming up against stiff opposition from majority members on the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs committee, which is scrutinizing the age-limit bill, President Museveni's strategists are reported to be reaching out to its leadership with offers of a concession.

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Museveni’s Long March to Power

[Observer] As the debate on Raphael Magyezi’s bill to amend Article 102(b) rages, BAKER BATTE LULE looks back at the journey President Museveni has walked to where he is now.

[Observer] As the debate on Raphael Magyezi's bill to amend Article 102(b) rages, BAKER BATTE LULE looks back at the journey President Museveni has walked to where he is now.

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Why Biggie Tembo Was Called Mhosva

[Zimbabwe Standard] The late Biggie Tembo was named “Mhosva” Marasha after he was born before his father could not pay lobola for his marriage to his late wife Anna Matunga-Marasha from Zvimba, the late musician’s father Tembo Marasha has revealed.

[Zimbabwe Standard] The late Biggie Tembo was named "Mhosva" Marasha after he was born before his father could not pay lobola for his marriage to his late wife Anna Matunga-Marasha from Zvimba, the late musician's father Tembo Marasha has revealed.

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Are Some MPs Spying for Museveni On Age Limit?

[Observer] As the fight against lifting of presidential age limits grinds on and shapes into what promises to be bruising battles ahead, some opposition MPs have come under suspicion of working against their colleagues.

[Observer] As the fight against lifting of presidential age limits grinds on and shapes into what promises to be bruising battles ahead, some opposition MPs have come under suspicion of working against their colleagues.

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Museveni – Why I Need More Time

[Observer] President Museveni has reportedly said he has a “mission to accomplish” and this is why he wants parliament to scrap age limits in the constitution for elderly presidential candidates like him.

[Observer] President Museveni has reportedly said he has a "mission to accomplish" and this is why he wants parliament to scrap age limits in the constitution for elderly presidential candidates like him.

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Cranes Boss Basena Wants Fufa to Sort His Future Before CHAN

[Observer] Like every other Ugandan, interim Cranes coach Moses Basena was disappointed his team didn’t qualify for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia, following the goalless draw with Ghana on October 7. In an interview with JOHN VIANNEY NSIMBE, the …

[Observer] Like every other Ugandan, interim Cranes coach Moses Basena was disappointed his team didn't qualify for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia, following the goalless draw with Ghana on October 7. In an interview with JOHN VIANNEY NSIMBE, the coach provides some insights into the Ugandan game.

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