IN THE INDEPENDENT: The fall of Kayihura’s men
Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The top stories in this week’s THE Independent
The fall of Kayihura’s men: How the war between Kayihura and CMI crashed Boda Boda 2010 (click to read)
Museveni’s decision on Kayihura: Unlike what the public is hoping for, ending criminality in the police is not the President’s biggest concern.
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Losing my innocence: How my hubris to become president of Uganda pulled me from the trees of utopia to the hard rock of reality.
$3.55 billion pipeline deal: Contractor, gov’t offer pointers, urge suppliers to get ready
Uganda’s faltering fight against poverty.
Odinga swears in as ‘People’s President’: NASA’s Musyoka, Mudavadi skip event.
Rwanda records US$1.67bn in investments in 2017: Over 38,261 jobs to be created in eight sectors.
Airtel’s Tigo Rwanda take-over: The merger will boost the telecom’s customer base to 5.9 million
Rough terrain for Pioneer Easy Bus: Creditor plan to auction buses to recover Shs151m debt.
Uganda could hire expatriates for oil jobs: Kigumba Petroleum Institute has trained just 133 locals with certificates and diplomas in oil and gas.
Uganda Clays pegs growth on innovation.
UEGCL’s strategic plan: Launched in December 2017, the 5-year plan is to ensure reliable, affordable electricity.
‘Panty Condom’ hits Ugandan market: Experts say it is more pleasurable and puts power in the hands of women.
Top five artists on the Kampala Art Scene.
Bank of Uganda’s golden odyssey: Every book should have a purpose. And commemorative books appear to make this easy for the publisher because they are purposely obvious; especially if an anniversary is inked in.
Kia reveals upgraded K5 sedan: Car maker, Kia has revealed an upgraded K5 sedan in South Korea offering a new look of the new 2018 Optima.
Male Mabirizi on managing a contentious life: Hassan Male Mabirizi Kiwanuka was largely unknown until Aug.29, 2016 when he sued Buganda’s King Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II over the land registration rationale in Buganda
Africa’s arrival: The latest African Development Bank (AfDB) Economic Outlook for 2018 predicts 4.1% average growth