In the Independent this week: Chinese, Americans fight over refinery as fake investor fear hangs over deal
Chinese, Americans fight over refinery: Fake investor fear hangs over deal.
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Inside Rwanda’s politics of unity: Why other political parties in Rwanda have endorsed the candidacy of Paul Kagame.
Land killings in Apaa: Forced demarcation has put an end to the peaceful coexistence between the Acholi and the Madi.
Kasese was my saddest moment in Uganda: Dr. Peter Blomeyer, the outgoing German Ambassador to Uganda, talked to The Independent’s Ronald Musoke about the highlights and low moments of his two-and-half year stay in Uganda.
Kagame, The unbelievable truth: How ignorance and prejudice combine to undermine the truth about Kagame running for president this year.
Slow insurance growth: But Industry executives expect business to pick up.
Bank of Uganda cuts CBR to 10%: Says revamping the economy will depend on government spending.
More French firms eye Uganda investments: The firms seek to invest in energy, infrastructure, IT and pharmaceutical industries.
American funding impacts health sector.
Sekajugo’s Migugu series: Entrepreneurial artist tackles issues you should care about.
Joram Muzira: New force on Uganda’s modeling landscape: Joram Muzira’s name is steadily becoming a big name in Uganda’s fashion industry. He runs one of the biggest modeling agencies in Kampala and is a fashion producer with a deep-rooted passion.
The 2018 Volkswagen Polo: Has Volkswagen made the world’s best small car better, or just heavier?