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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Behind Museveni land tour confusion

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Behind Museveni land tour confusion

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  The top stories in this week’s The Independent. Get your copy from the nearest news stand.

COVER STORY
Behind Museveni land tour confusion: Cash handouts, secret age-limit talks and more

THE LAST WORD
Uganda’s misguided debate: Why many Ugandans are addressing the wrong issue in the debate on lifting age limits

EAST AFRICA
Rwanda again in top 10 investment nations: Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, also ranked

FARMING
Maize worm worries: Fall armyworms are back, but government’s help isn’t

EDUCATION
Why Gashora girls shine in debates: Spotlight on Rwanda’s school for girls that shapes champions

BANKING
Bad 2016, gloomy 2017 for banks: Experts blame it on bad economy, call for quick fixes

FINANCE
‘It’s the right time to invest on the stock market’: Paul Bwiso is the chief executive officer of Uganda Securities Exchange. He spoke to The Independent’s Isaac Khisa

BUSINESS
Fight over Sadolin: Inside the AkzoNobel, Kansai Plascon tussles to control top paint brand name

ENERGY
Australian firm enters Uganda’s oil and gas sector: The country is looking forward for oil production by 2020

AIRLINES
RwandAir to host Africa airlines assembly: November event expected to attract 500 high profile delegates

BANKING
What future for UDB?: Experts debate fate of finance-starved long-term funder

HEALTH
12 strategies for health: Lancet report shows the path to healthier lives for Africans is within reach

SOCIETY
How much sex makes us happy?: Sex is like money, but these experts explain exactly how

ARTS
Deaf art sends loud message: Exhibition against stereotypes, marginalisation

FILMS
Eleanor Nansibo Nabwiso: Young actress eyes global success: Eleanor Nansibo Nabwiso is an actress and producer known for roles in `Watch Over Me’ (2013), `Rain’ (2016) and `The Hostel (2011)’. `Rain’, a movie about keeping hope alive against all odds, is her first production under the Nabwiso brand

MOTORING
This car runs on firewood: Drivers convert their cars to burning wood instead of petrol or diesel

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