Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The top stories in this week’s The Independent. Features, news analysis.
Can Museveni kick Mutebile, Kasekende out of BoU?: Leaked documents raise concerns about central bank
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Chasing the wind: Why the belief that Ugandans are angry because youth lack jobs and other economic opportunities is mistaken
How do we measure well-being?: And why happiness may be part of evaluating one’s well-being, but isn’t the only element
1000 deaths feared in DR Congo Ebola: Uganda, surrounding countries face increasing risk as Trump blocks American experts
Broad day torture sign of failing government: Dr Livingstone Ssewanyana is the Executive Director of Foundation for Human Rights Initiative. He spoke to the Independent’s Agnes E Nantaba about implications of the vivid torture incidents in the country.
Sarah Ntiro: First East Africa graduate dies at 93
Battle for gold: Weak legal regime fueling rivalry among refineries
What is behind Africa’s crypto-phobia?: African central banks should set up specialised units dedicated to researching crypto-currencies
‘It is the right time for e-commerce’
Sickness and death: Doctors ‘need to start early conversation with patients about dying’
Latest on brain cancer treatment: Why killing the fastest growing cells may not be the only treatment
What is beautiful exhibit: Sekajugo’s artist inspired by prejudices around identity
How safe is your car?: The five factors to consider
Shifah Musisi: Mixing music and fashion: Shifah Musisi is a fashion designer, singer, guitarist, and songwriter with an eye for the unique and unusual. Her music genre; afro-soul, is a fusion of contemporary, RnB