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Besigye: I may not back FDC

Written by deo walusimbi(The Observer) Opposition stalwart says he will neither stand nor support an FDC candidate if there are no reforms In an interview with Deo Walusimbi on Wednesday,…

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Burkina Faso president refuses to step down

Long-time president Blaise Compaore refuses to heed protesters demands, seeking to lead transitional government instead. Burkina Faso's president has refused to resign in the face of violent protests that posed…

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Tunisia results confirm Nidaa Tounes win

Secular Nidaa Tounes has won 85 seats in the 217-member parliament while Ennahda got 69 seats, election authorities say. Tunisia's leading secular party Nidaa Tounes has won 85 seats in…

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Zambian President Sata death: White interim leader appointed

Zambian Vice-President Guy Scott has been named acting leader following the death of President Michael Sata. Presidential elections to choose a permanent successor will be held within 90 days, Defence…

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Makerere to scrap 31 courses

By  PATIENCE AHIMBISIBWE (The Daily Monitor) The university says it is trying to cut costs at a time when it is facing large budgetary shortfall. Makerere University is in the…

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Zambia's President Michael Sata dies

Sata, who was 77, had been receiving treatment in a London hospital for an undisclosed illness. Zambian President Michael Sata has died in London, where he had been receiving treatment…

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Editorial

  • Good Political climate: A prerequisite for the mission
    Missionary Month has dawned upon us with its package; unfolding its contents like reflections, aspirations and challenges. We are reminded that the Proclamation of the Gospel is the primary mission of each believer in virtue of our baptism. With Paul we should exclaim: “Woe to me if I do not preach the Gospel,” 1 Cor. 9:16. Leadership Magazine is publishing in this issue a “Special Report” on the “Missionary Month”. The words of Jesus: “Proclaim the Good News to the…
    Written on Friday, 03 October 2014 16:28 Be the first to comment! Read 153 times

Leading ISSUES

  • “The plan" of St. Daniel Comboni for the Regenaration of Africa
    Written by Sebhat Ayele
    “The plan" of St. Daniel Comboni for the Regenaration of Africa The history of the sons and daughters of Comboni in the past 150 years   The Comboni Family comprising of four Institutes wish to share in writting with all their members in the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the "Plan" of Comboni for the Regeneration of Africa in 1864. Find some extracts of the letter below...   "From 1857, finding myself on the Mission of the Kich on the White Nile here in Central Africa, I experienced all the…
    Written on Saturday, 04 October 2014 16:03 Be the first to comment! Read 251 times Read more...

SPECIAL REPORT

  • Message of Pope Francis for Mission Sunday 26th October 2014
    Written by Leadership Reporter
    Message of Pope Francis for Mission Sunday 26th October 2014 Dear Brothers and Sisters, Today vast numbers of people still do not know Jesus Christ. For this reason, the mission ad gentes continues to be most urgent. All the members of the Church are called to participate in this mission, for the Church is missionary by her very nature: she was born " to go forth ". World Mission Day is a privileged moment when the faithful of various continents engage in prayer and concrete gestures of solidarity in support…
    Written on Saturday, 04 October 2014 15:51 in SPECIAL REPORT Be the first to comment! Read 248 times

Health

  • Facts about Arthritis
    Written by Dr. Teame Kifleyesus
    Facts about Arthritis Nature is beautiful, smart, wise and with full of perfection. Animals generally and humans specifically, their body is made of pieces of bones which are interconnected to each other with a joint that enables them to be more flexible and to negotiate with any shape they encounter. Joints are very important to humans in any form of functioning. But sometimes due to some reasons it becomes non functional or decreases its role, in such a condition when it gets diseased…
    Written on Saturday, 04 October 2014 15:10 Be the first to comment! Read 244 times

Leading mission

  • Missionary experience in slums
    Written by Fr. Webootsa John MCCJ
    Missionary experience in slums For the last eight years I was privileged to serve in Korogocho, one of the four biggest slums in Nairobi. I thank the Lord for the privilege to live and minister among the slum dwellers who are considered by many as objects to be used to make more in the industries, to guard people’s property and their places of work. People considered as cleaners, servants, messengers and tools rather than persons to be respected. My presence and insertion in the…
    Written on Friday, 03 October 2014 16:52 Be the first to comment! Read 65 times Read more...

Plants and People

  • Pineapple
    Written by Richard Komakach
    Pineapple Eating this delicious fruit on a regular basis provides immense health benefits one could ever think of. Fresh pineapple is the only known source of an enzyme called bromelain, which is known to be effective in alleviating joint pain, arthritis, reduce inflammation, inhibit tumor growth and shorten recovery time following surgery.Pineapples belong to the Bromeliaceae family and originated in America, but it was the Europeans who first discovered this tropical fruit in the 1600’s. The taste and sweetness of the…
    Written on Friday, 03 October 2014 16:35 Be the first to comment! Read 55 times

Leading CHURCH

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Comboni Missionary Sisters in Uganda on September 13, 2014 were overwhelmed with joy when they received six new professed sisters in their religious family. The Sisters hailed from various nationalities: two from the Democratic Republic of Congo, two from Uganda, one each from Mozambique and Ethiopia. Fr. Peter Alenyo (MCCJ)...

Leading UGANDA

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The latest Transparency I n t e r n a t i o n a l (TI) corruption perceptions index indicates Uganda’s corruption rating has worsened, an assessment the government said is false. According to the 2013 Transparency International corruption perceptions index, Uganda scored 26 on the scale of 0...

Leading AFRICA

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The Somalia-based militant group Al- Shabaab has named a successor to its leader killed in an American airstrike recently. The announcement came as Somalia braced for possible retaliation after the killing of Ahmed Godane when Commandos flew and took the leader out with the help of drones and laser-guided missiles....
  • Success in the light of the Gospel
    Run for success “If racing against mere men makes you tired, how will you race against horses? (Jeremiah 12:5). During the Rotary Cancer Run (2014), I rolled up to Kololo ready to race in the 10-kilometre...
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  • Missionary experience in slums
    For the last eight years I was privileged to serve in Korogocho, one of the four biggest slums in Nairobi. I thank the Lord for the privilege to live and minister among the slum dwellers who are considered...
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