Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | These are the top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT.
Bobi Wine fails first election test: Can he pass the next two tests?
THE LAST WORD
Uganda’s politics of self-destruction: Why Uganda’s opposition is going to hand Museveni an easy victory next year
Behind the mask wars: The zealous libertarianism, religious undercurrent, Enlightenment philosophies and personal freedom
Tanzania’s response to COVID-19: Muddled messaging around disease complicates it
Resolving refugee disputes: Insights from a Ugandan settlement
POST COVID: African banks adopt robust measures against lockdown losses
BATU shrugs off COVID-19 fallout to record Shs 6.8bn profit:But the firm says illicit trade in cigarettes is entrenching itself now more than ever owed to heightened consumer affordability challenges
ABSA makes change: Nadine Byarugaba appointed Board Chair for Absa Uganda
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There’s is unfinished business which someone else to start from.
Reliable paper as a good source of both national and regional news. Thank you. Keep yourselves independent as the name suggests. .
Which flight is uganda using to repatriate people from jordan ? I really need this information and what us the secudue
Fake news from the independent paper
When you go to NSSF you will find only tribe. That’s why even the meetings are conducted in their language not English. Because they come from same family
When you go to NSSF you will find only one tribe. That’s why even the meetings are conducted in their language not English. Because they come from same family.
Uganda is no longer our motherland we just living on till death
Fake news paper look at the headline
Fuck you all
I wonder if uganda belongs to us or we belongs to Uganda
Yellow journalism in its crude form