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Saturday, January 7th, 2017

 

7 facts about relationships everyone should know before getting married

A 2014 University of Pennsylvania study found that people who cohabitate or get married at age 18 have a 60% divorce rate. But people who waited until after they are aged 23 to make either of those commitments had a divorce rate around 30%. “All of the literature explained that the reason people who married younger were more likely to divorce was because they were not mature enough to pick appropriate partners,” the Atlantic reports. The honeymoon phase with its “high levels of passionate love” and “intense feelings of attractionRead More


MAIZE FLOUR PRICES DOUBLE & EXPECTED TO GO HIGHER

  By Kiyimba Bruno kiyimba.bruno@gmail.com As we continue with the hot season, food is continuously going high at such a first rate. Maize flour is one of such. This is due to the fact that many farmers planted maize and it got heated up by the ongoing dry season. many of these at a moment have no food while others luck water. Those who had stocked maize are now at a time of reaping madly. Schools are opening up and yet the best affordable meal for students in schools isRead More


Is the Oil bonuses payments an early sign of oil “curse”?

Hefty bonuses paid to Ugandan officials who oversaw tax dispute settlements with international oil firms are a sign hydrocarbon discoveries are increasing corruption in the country, government opponents and transparency campaigners said. Commercial production is due to start in 2020 and some campaign groups are warning Uganda is already suffering the resource “curse”, in which a rush of petro-dollars suffocates the rest of the economy, encourages graft and stirs unrest. Uganda first discovered oil more than a decade ago but production has been stalled by lengthy rows between government andRead More


Chinese Firm, CRSG denies reports of sexual harassment

China Railway Seventh Group (CRSG) said in a statement sent to the Global Times on Thursday that the strike at its project in Uganda was related to demands for a pay rise, and not because of the reported sexual harassment. The company’s statement came after a report in German media Deutsche Welle said that CRSG’s road construction project in Uganda was facing disputes, as hundreds of local workers went on a strike to protest against sexual harassment and salary delays. The Associated Press also cited a female worker in UgandaRead More


ARSENAL TO MISS SANTI CAZOLA IN FA CUP AGAINST PRESTON

By Kiyimba Bruno kiyimba.bruno@gmail.com Arsenal the gunners is to miss its star and key player Santi Cazola as they play their FA cup against preston. Cazola who has an ankle injury shall with other 6 players will  not play the game. Arsenal will be missing Kieran Gibbs, Per Mertesacker (both knee), and Francis Coquelin (hamstring). Arsene Wenger says he will also rest goalkeeper Petr Cech, defender Laurent Koscielny and forward Alexis Sanchez. Defender Marnick Vermijl (groin) is a doubt for Preston, who are without Jermaine Beckford (suspension). Midfielders Aiden McGeadyRead More


Seven annoying things men do during sex without realising

Every single one of us are guilty of committing a bedroom offense. From being boring in bed, to lack of experimentation, to being just plain selfish – we’ve all been there. The bad news with these habits is that they turn off for most women. Here are the most annoying habits a man can have in bed: 1. You’re too commanding Depending on the mood, it can be a massive turn on to have the man be dominant in bed. But there’s a difference between being dominant and being controlling.Read More


At least 5 dead, dozens injured after mass shooting at Florida’s airport

Five people were killed in a mass shooting in the baggage-claim area of Terminal 2 at Florida’s Fort Lauderdale International Airport just before 1 p.m. on Friday. Dozens of others were injured, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said in a Friday night news conference. The suspected attacker, identified by Florida Sen. Bill Nelson and other officials as 26-year-0ld Esteban Santiago, was shot by police and taken into custody. Santiago is now in federal custody and is expected to appear in court on Monday. NBC’s Pete Williams reported that Santiago hadRead More


Kasese Leaders Accuse Prisons of Torture Killings, one guard dead

One of the Rwenzururu royal guards on remand at Kirinya Government Prison has died. The deceased is said to have died of malaria although kingdom officials have refuted the claims, calling for independent postmortem report. Kasese Woman Member of Parliament who also the Leader of Opposition, Winnie Kiiza says that although the hospital authorities have told them that 65 year old Yosam Bagheni died of malaria, she is suspicious of what caused his death. Uganda prison authorities have rubbished claims by Kasese leaders that another Rwenzururu kingdom royal guard hadRead More