Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT.
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In defence of social media tax: Why taxing mobile money and social media is a politically revolutionary act that may help improve our democracy.
The Pallisa Woman MP candidate case: When is a candidate by another name not the same candidate?.
Cuban doctors in Kenya : Why they don’t deserve the treatment they’re getting.
Rwanda to host African agric forum.
Rwandan car plant opens
VW launches locally assembling cars
School cellphones ban: Move to protect students draws mixed reactions
Paramotoring comes to Rwanda: Rwanda Development Board once again expands offer to tourists
Top SA miner eyes Rwanda: Footprint Africa Business Solutions to support artisanal operators.
Coffee entrepreneur beats odds to give back to Rwanda: Jack Karuletwa survived genocide, and now he donates the proceeds of his coffee to benefit his homeland.
Behind UIA boss boot saga: Selfish interests threaten the country’s investment agency.
Uganda a sleeping giant in COMESA: Country faulted for delaying to formulate competition law to facilitate fair trade.
RELOAD boosts agricultural value addition.
New drug to stop bleeding after birth: Study done in Uganda offers hope
Indulgence at Close exhibition: An exploration and challenge on stereotypes of sexuality
Edward Francis Babu: On why piloting tops his many trades: Edward Francis Babu, one of Uganda’s leading politicians often has the tag `captain’ mention with his name but he is not a soldier.
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