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Mubatsi Asinja Habati
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Mubatsi is a Ugandan journalist, blogger very passionate about governance, environment and human rights issues. He has practiced journalism with Uganda's premier weekly news magazine, The Independent (www.independent.co.ug) as a reporter and edited several current affairs magazines.
Mubatsi is a Ugandan journalist, blogger very passionate about governance, environment and human rights issues. He has practiced journalism with Uganda's premier weekly news magazine, The Independent (www.independent.co.ug) as a reporter and edited several current affairs magazines.

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Where is the fairness in Uganda's social media tax?
Lots of Ugandans are upset by the implementation the over the top services tax which has seen telecommunications companies in the country block access to social media sites unless one pays daily shillings 200 ($0.05). Upon paying the damn tax one is allowed...
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Jamil Mukulu's ADF rebels hurt many people in Rwenzori
On 14 May 2018, Uganda's court on International Crimes began hearing the pretrial o f  Jimil Mukulu, the leader Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) rebels. Upon getting out of the Uganda Prsions Service bus, Mukulu began shouting on top of his voice that he is n...
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Jamil Mukulu's ADF rebels hurt many people in Rwenzori
On 14 May 2018, Uganda's court on International Crimes began hearing the pretrial o f  Jimil Mukulu, the leader Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) rebels. Upon getting out of the Uganda Prsions Service bus, Mukulu began shouting on top of his voice that he is n...
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Why should Uganda telecoms data expire?
The use of internet in Uganda is increasing. More and more Ugandans
are acquiring smartphones which they mostly use to access social media sites. Official
figures show that 23 million Ugandans are active subscribers to the
telecommunications companies. Inte...
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US Government pledges $62,7 million to support refugees in Uganda
Press Release: On July 8, the United States once again demonstrated its ongoing commitment to providing life-saving assistance to those affected by conflict with a pledge of nearly $639 million in additional humanitarian assistance.  Upon the conclusion of ...
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​Training smallholder coffee farmers in Rwenzori in financial literacy
Coffee is the main source of income for many smallholder farmers
in Rwenzori region. The fertile hills of Rwenzori are conducive for Arabica
coffee growing. However, many smallholder farmers are not benefiting much from
the crop sales. Consider this example...
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Farmers in over 60 districts of Uganda are struggling to contain the (American) fall armyworm pest which has inflicted considerable destruction on one of the most grown crops, maize. But it appears this is just one part of the story if the fall armyworm is ...
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Uganda government should double its efforts to fight the maize army worm
The fall army worm  is a threat to food security in Uganda and the East African region at large.  The army worm, which was first reported in Southern African countries, has spread to Rwanda and Kenya.  This worm does not just attack and destroy maize alone ...
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Rwenzori conflict: Break the silence about the Bwesumbu beatings and arrests
As the people of Rwenzori are trying to heal from the the November 27, 2016 Rwenzururu palace attack, fear is griping the communities. The fear and tension emanates from search and cordon operations conducted by Uganda security person. In Bwesumbu subcounty...
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Rwenzururu king freed on bail as loyalists remain jailed
Rwenzururu cultural leader, Charles W. Mumbere Iremangoma was granted bail on February 6 by Uganda's High Court sitting in the eastern town of Jinja. Mumbere had been arrested on November 27, 2016 after the Uganda security forces stormed his palace and kill...
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