Uganda Confidential

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Uganda Confidential

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Uganda Review

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The Leisure Hour

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African Christianity

Author by : Paul Gifford
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Description : This text analyzes African Christianity in the mid-1990s, against the background of the continent's current social, economic and political circumstances. Paul Gifford employs concepts taken from political economy to shed light on the current dynamics of African churches and churchgoers, and assesses their different contributions in political developments since 1989. He also evaluates the Churches' role in promoting a civil society in Africa. Four detailed case-studies - Ghana, Uganda, Zambia and Cameroon - cover all strands of Christianity: Catholic, Evangelical, mainline Protestant, Pentecostal and Independent. These serve as detailed analyses of the state of the churches in each country and suggest more general patterns operating widely across sub-Saharan Africa.


The Rise Of Our East African Empire Sketch Of Early History Of Uganda And Position Of Affairs On Arrival There Preliminary Work In Uganda Difficulties In Uganda War Against Mohammedans And Tour In Buddu Buddu To Salt Lake Salt Lake To Kavalli S Kavalli S To Fort Lorne Fort Lorne To Fort Grant Fort Grant To Kampala Uganda Under Captain Williams Situation At End Of 1891 And Up To Eve Of The War The Fighting In Uganda Situation In Uganda During The War Events Subsequent To The War Peace Concluded With The Wa Fransa Settlement Of The Country Mohammedans Repatriated Peace Throughout Uganda Close Of My Administration In Uganda March To Kikuyu Kikuyu To England The Uganda Question Retention Of Uganda Origin Of The British Sphere And Methods Of Dealing With It Administration Past And Future Appendix Ii Letter From Mgr Hirth To Captain Willaims Dated 14th July 1891 Appendix Iii Orders For Administration Of Witu Appendix Iv Notes On The Small Physical Maps

Author by : Sir Frederick Dealtry Lugard
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The Spectator

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The Parliamentary Debates

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The Colonial Office List For

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The Politics Of Elite Corruption In Africa

Author by : Roger Tangri
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Description : This book considers the causes of high-level state corruption as well as the political constraints of countering corruption in Africa. It examines elite corruption in government as well as in the political and military spheres of state activity, and focuses on illegal behaviour on the part of state and non-state actors in decision-making. Situating corruption and anti-corruption within a political framework, this book analyses the motivations, opportunities and relative autonomy of state elites to manipulate state decision-making for personal and political ends. Based on detailed case studies in Uganda, the authors focus on corruption in the privatization process, military procurement, foreign business bribery, illegal political funding, and electoral malpractice. The book examines why anti-corruption institutions and international donors have been constrained in confronting this executive abuse of power, and discusses the wider relevance of Uganda’s experience for understanding elite corruption and anti-corruption efforts in other African countries. The Politics of Elite Corruption in Africa will be of interest to students and scholars of African politics, African political economy, development studies, corruption and government.


The New Review

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The Rise Of Our East African Empire

Author by : Frederick John Dealtry Baron Lugard
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Uganda And The Egyptian Soudan

Author by : Charles Thomas Wilson
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The Key Of The Pacific

Author by : Archibald Ross Colquhoun
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The Month

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British East Africa Or I B E A

Author by : P. L. McDermott
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New Light On Dark Africa

Author by : Carl Peters
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Uganda

Author by : Thomas P Ofcansky
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Publisher by : Hachette UK
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Description : Uganda, a landlocked nation in East Africa, was known during colonial times as the “Pearl of Africa,” largely because of its pleasant climate and rich land. For most of the postindependence period, however, Uganda was one of the most brutal and violent nations in Africa. In 1986, a new government seized power, promising to restore internal stability and economic prosperity. Since then, Uganda has gradually become a model for other African states struggling to improve the lives of their citizens.In this broad survey, Thomas P. Ofcansky examines the political, economic, and social themes that have shaped Ugandan history. He inspects the impact of British colonial rule, investigates the emergence of the independence movement after World War II, and analyzes the factors that contributed to the collapse and decay of Ugandan society after Idi Amin's seizure of power in 1971. The author then explores the successes, failures, and prospects of Uganda's current government. In his conclusion, Ofcansky considers the difficulties facing a nation divided by ethnic, religious, and regional cleavages and argues that Ugandan leaders must work to establish a society in which all Ugandans benefit or face the possibility of a return to anarchy.


The Rise And Rise Of The Monitor

Author by : Solomon Bareebe Rukuuka
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Description : This book is about the relationship between the media (The Monitor newspaper in particular), and politics - from the first newspapers started by missionaries in the 19th century to 1999 in the 21st century, when the Nation Media Group of Kenya stretched its tentacles into Uganda by gaining a control stake in The Monitor Publications Ltd. The book explores The Monitor's love and hate relationship with the NRA/M government. Why did the newspaper survive a government advertisement ban slapped on it and why did it thrive despite its critical stance?


Africa Confidential

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