In the Independent this week
UEGCL saga: Muhakanizi dam audit blocked: Details of accusations against Isabalija emerge.
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Rethinking Africa’s development: Why our intellectual elites need to begin an entirely new conversation about our nations.
Lessons from Burundi’s SADC move: EAC member states must do something flying geese do very well: have a leader.
Uganda oil project managers face Shs6 trillion challenge: As she juggles the two projects of her life; the construction of Uganda’s first ever oil refinery and the joint venture with international oil companies to construct the country’s first ever oil pipeline, Energy Minister Irene Muloni is working around some tough deadlines.
Trump could be good for Africa – Kagame: President Paul Kagame says the election of President Donald Trump in the U.S. might be good for Africa, although it is still too early to tell.
Party of business: The Rwandan Patriotic Front’s business empire.
Kampala hotels most expensive in East Africa: Top operators offer solutions to trend threatening tourism sector.
Uganda fails to gain from high tea prices: 20% decline in supply at Mombasa auction in first 10 weeks of 2017 pushes prices up.
DP shall never die: The current politics, where Museveni appoints somebody from the opposition, answers the old question; what is politics?
How parental television viewing affects teens’ sexual behaviour: Television programs can influence the perceptions and behaviors of adolescents either negatively or positively.
Tingatinga art in town: Belgian collector brings famous Tanzanian artists to Kampala
Monuments of valour: A universal urge to immortalise persons and achievements
Smoke from exhaust: Blue, gray, white, black: Which means worst danger?
Faridah Nakazibwe: Happiness is an inside job.