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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Uganda’s next war

The top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. Get your copy online (details bottom)

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | These are the top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT.

COVER STORY
Uganda’s next war: Experts warn as phones of politicians are hacked

THE LAST WORD
Ethiopia’s failed reform: How Africa’s most successful economy has produced a political crisis that may tear it apart

ANALYSIS
Cost of COVID-19 critical care: Are private health facilities profiteering from pandemic?

ANALYSIS
Billionaire’s space race: Leaving planet earth in crisis is a terrible idea?

BUSINESS
Insurers adopt telehealth to widen clients access to healthcare: But there is little or no legal framework for telehealth in most Sub-Saharan African states

COMMENTS
MPs, enjoy your monster rides as we suffer: God is watching as MPs cruise in Shs200 million vehicles to burials of unvaccinated voters who die of COVID-19

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2 comments

  1. Expect the brim of the crop from you

  2. NKUNDA BOSCO NEMEYIMANA

    It’s so terrifying and with alot of querries on Uganda~Rwanda tensions especially to those in neighbouring districts. The worst of all these is that locals are endangered out of senior politician decisions

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