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Managing Disappointments and Stress in Football Betting: A Practical Guide

Football betting can be a thrilling experience, but it's important to remember that it comes with risks. Losses and disappointment are inevitable, and it's crucial to be prepared for them. Here are some essential tips to manage your emotions and maintain a healthy approach to football betting: Start with Manageable Stakes Always bet with amounts you can comfortably afford to lose. A single loss shouldn't cripple your entire financial situation. Consider splitting your bankroll into smaller […]

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10 Things You Need to Sacrifice to Become Rich

When I reached the ripe age of 20, I made a bold decision to become a millionaire, despite being born into humble beginnings. But let me tell you, making such a decision was only the first step on a long and winding road to wealth. I knew that if I truly wanted to achieve financial success, I would have to make some serious sacrifices along the way. And let me […]

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Online Radio Ads: 6 Reasons Your Business Needs Them

These days, people spend A LOT of their time online browsing web sites and searching for information. In fact, the average person spends more than 100 days per year online. Investing in online radio ads is an effective way to reach potential customers. By now, you may already be familiar with online advertising. Simply put, this medium makes use of the internet to deliver marketing messages to customers to gain […]

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Businessman Dennis Ngabirano turns banana crisps into sizeable snack food company

In 2010, Dennis Ngabirano, a teacher by profession, was required to submit and execute a business plan as part of his coursework for a counselling degree in his home country, Uganda. A fried banana crisp snack, which he had sampled on his honeymoon, inspired the idea for a snacks business. He pitched this to the lecturer with a budget of just US$12. Today, 12 years later, Psalms Food Industries produces […]

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Moses Magogo, Sylvia Mulinge and Somdev Sen


MTN Uganda Returns As Sponsor of Uganda Cranes

MTN Uganda announced a 19 billion shillings sponsorship towards the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) over the next five years. The announcement was made during a watch party for African Nations Championship match between Uganda Cranes and Senegal at Serena on Wednesday night. “MTN Uganda is back with the Uganda Cranes!” CEO Sylvia Mulinge exclaimed. “I am excited on behalf of MTN Uganda to officially announce that we are […]

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The Unsolved Murders of Rap Kings Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.

Was it an East vs. West gang war or is there more to the story? Two of the biggest rappers of their time died untimely deaths in eerily similar manners in back-to-back years 1996 and 1997. They were both shot to death in drive-by shootings and were both aged a mere 25 years at the time of their death.   The tragic losses were a culmination of one of the […]

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How Hip-Hop Got Its Name

ip-hop — they were the first words on the genre’s first big hit, the Sugarhill Gang’s 1979 song, “Rapper’s Delight.” But at the time no one—not even the young kids who had invented the music, the dances, the rhymes, and the visual art of this burgeoning movement emerging from the Bronx—was calling it that. Hip-hop wasn’t hip-hop yet. That moment would come in September 1982, when a downtown reporter named […]

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Buganda’s Sovereignty: The 55 Kings Who Ruled After Kintu

Since written records didn’t kick in until 1862, the oral tradition served as a source of history. At least five different lists chronicle the stories of individuals said to have ruled Buganda Kingdom. In Buganda Gye Twasubwa (The Buganda We Missed), Dr Adam Nsubuga Kimala, basing on research by Prof Kiwanuka, lists at least 55 Buganda kings, who ruled after Kintu; from Seguku to Bemba. These, however, do not feature […]

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