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INDEPENDENT: How budget allows Museveni manage power


The top stories in The Independent this week. Get your copy at the nearest news stand


Behind the 2017/18 budget: How money is an important a political resource that allows Museveni to manage power.

Politics behind the budget: Why UDB got Shs50bn, Museveni donations Shs70bn and more.

Mercury: Slow killer in Uganda’s gold mines: Inside one of the dozens of gold camps that dot the foothills and valleys of Mubende in central Uganda, the hustle and bustle is astounding.

Region focus on infrastructural in the 2017/18 budgets: Governments in the East African Community seem to be determined to ease the cost of doing business in the region as they allocate massive budgets to infrastructural developments in the new financial year that start next month.

Rwanda budget boosts manufacturers: Scraps tax on imported textile machinery, tannery equipment.

Exposed: Uganda’s secret GMO research. Money, politics behind the National Biotechnology and Biosafety Bill 2012.

Changes at work trigger loss and grief: Organisations must accept that restructuring can lead to individuals failing to engage and developing pathologies.

10 ways to manage low back pain: Almost each of us; 80%, will suffer from back pain at some point in our lives. In terms of lost work time; that is nearly 10 million hours lost each year for adults aged 25-64 due to back pain.

Three women in art: Their works show pain and ecstasy.

Kigali hosts protest music exhibition: Great Black Music exhibition documents the protest history of black music.

Dr. Richard Kalungi: The pioneer house call doctor: Dr. Richard Kalungi has chosen rare path in the practice of medicine.

Don’t hoot at drivers: It is rude and potentially dangerous.

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