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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Why Bagyenda defied parliamentary probe

 

The top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT. Get your copy from the nearest news stand

 

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT.

COVER STORY
Justine Bagyenda: Why former BoU supervision director defied parliamentary probe

THE LAST WORD
Uganda’s performance paradox: How Museveni behaves like his critics in undermining the credibility of his own government.

NEWS ANALYSIS
Tragedy on Lake Victoria: Marine safety concerns raised again as over 30 die on unsafe cruise boat

HEALTH
An AIDS cure: Global Researcher speaks out on why he cannot predict when it will come

POLITICS
Which way for national dialogue?: Organisers insist December 12 meet is on but party leaders bicker over hostile political environment

BUSINESS
Black Friday: Why do shoppers throw punches over bargains? A marketing expert explains the psychology

TRANSPORT
Morocco launches Africa’s first high-speed train

ENERGY
Umeme’s new target: ERA wants the power distributor to connect more customers, cut losses

ECONOMY
How to stir industrial growth: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung offers suggestions ahead of new policy launch

NATIONAL NEWS
New e-passport: All you need to know: The document is set make customs clearance faster

FINANCE
International money transfer costs set to drop

HEALTH
Eradicating malaria: Scientist develop vaccine technique that could block mosquitoes from transmitting disease

HISTORY
Value of our old buildings: Exhibit rediscovers modernistic architecture in five African cities

MOTORING
2019 Range Rover Evoque revealed

FRANKLY SPEAKING
Ramathan Ggoobi on ‘simplicity as the ultimate sophistication’: Ramathan Ggoobi is Policy Analyst, and political economist who spearheaded the arm ‘economics that works in Uganda. He lecturers economics at Makerere University Business School (MUBS) and has co-authored several studies on Uganda’s economy.

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