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IN THE INDEPENDENT: MPs unearth ‘Sh500bn for spying gear’

Top stories in this week’s The Independent. Get your copy at the nearest news stand

 

COVER STORY
MPs catch Shs500bn ‘mistakenly’ given to defense budget: Museveni was planning to use money to buy spying equipment, say MPs

NEWS ANALYSIS
Why Kenya lost fight for AU top job:
And why East Africa lost more over outdated voting habits at continental body

THE LAST WORD
Why I love Donald Trump: The new U.S president is a breath of fresh air into a political atmosphere polluted by liberal lies and hypocrisy

POLITICS
Mao’s DP test: Members say leader of oldest party in country must either quit or it winds up

RWANDA
Rwanda to reject low quality imports: President Kagame makes pledge during visit to SEZ

Madhvani Group acquires Kigali’s Umubano Hotel: The new investor will renovate the facility to tap into growing country’s tourism sector

HEALTH
Mangoes to heal cancer and diabetes: The most precious fruit in the world, mangoes are a whole lot more than just a delicious, refreshing treat produced by nature

Mungherera snatched by cancer: Her phenomenal life as a leader in the medical world ends as a sad footnote on Uganda’s health sector

BUSINESS
USE: Promising market for long term investors: Analysts predict a rebound in the market activities this year and so is the surge in prices

Orikiriza turning waste into money: She started Oribags Innovation company with only US$300 generated from jewelry business

ART
Mugalu’s heartbeat and sound of colour:Learn to listen to silence, and you will discover it is music,” so goes an old African maxim

MOTORING
2017 Subaru Impreza 2.0i-S: In a nutshell: The new Subaru Impreza is a huge step ahead of its predecessor in every way, from interior quality and connectivity to ride and handling.

FRANKLY SPEAKING
Beverly Nambozo hungers for poetry: Beverly Nambozo Nsengiyunva is an inspiration to herself. She is the brain behind Beverly Nambozo Poetry Award

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