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In The Independent: Americans to build refinery?

The top stories in the latest issue of The Independent. Get your copy at the nearest news stand.
The top stories in the latest issue of The Independent. Get your copy at the nearest news stand.

THE LAST WORD:
Uganda’s stalled transformation: Andrew Mwenda on Why Museveni has not transformed agricultural Uganda into an industrial economy and what can be done.

COVER STORY:
Americans to build refinery? Technocrats at the Energy Ministry and the Ministry of Finance who are working on the country’s pet project, the US$4 billion oil refinery, are sifting through new bids; including from Americans.

INTERVIEW:
I’m ashamed of Shs200m car, Rabbi Gershom Sizomu, the leader of the Jewish community in Uganda, on being the first Jew to win a Parliamentary seat in Uganda’s political history.

HEALTH:
Experts differ on the value of modern food crop varieties, especially as some old crops disappear together with their curative properties.

BUSINESS:
Food price anxiety: Can increasing food prices cause a spike in inflation even as Uganda’s consumer price inflation falls?

BUSINESS:
Winners & losers at UMA fair: What international exhibitors said about unstable prices and tough economic times.

BOOKS:
Mzungu with a big nose writes the funniest, frankest, saddest commentary ever written about Uganda.

FRANKLY SPEAKING:
Humphrey Nabimanya reveals how he became a social entrepreneur, host of a youth show on TV, and a HIV/AIDS activist and a counselor.

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