In the Independent this week: Mayor Byamukama on how he was tortured
How I was tortured: Mayor Geoffrey Byamukama narrates ordeal.
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The Jacob Zuma tragedy: How one man has brought South Africa’s democracy and Mandela’s “miracle” from honour to shame!
Business feels Chinese pinch: Indians, local traders struggle as red dragon invades retail.
Rockefeller Foundation to boost Uganda’s electricity access: The Foundation plans to replicate the Smart Power India initiative in Africa starting with Uganda and Kenya.
In love with teargas: How admiration for army life drove a young man’s inventive mind.
Modern meaning of martyrdom: Hundreds of thousands of Christians once again are making the annual pilgrimage to Namugongo Martyrs Shrines to commemorate the 45 Christian young men (recognized in the spirit of Christian unity or ecumenism as 22 Catholics and 23 Anglicans) who were killed by Kabaka Mwanga II in 1886.
Standing up to the new kings: Martyrdom and the religious leaders of today.
Kagame pledges support to sports: Rwanda has talent, President says
Rwanda hosts floriculture investors.
Uganda’s 2017/ 18 budget: Business leaders want economic reforms to boost the economy.
Curbing Ugandan labour abuse abroad.
Africa’s insurance need fewer players to offer better services – Zep Re CEO Murera.
Boda boda causing impotence?: Here is how you can avoid getting saddle messed up.
Affirmative Art exhibit fosters self-discovery: Finding purpose in life continues to preoccupy many minds world over-regardless of gender, intellect and age.
You can sense trouble in your vehicle: Motorists are advised to be alert to any unusual smells, noises and other tell-tale signs that your vehicle could be experiencing a problem.
Santa Anzo on fashion and heart matters: she is one of Uganda’s top fashion emblems.