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In The Independent: Mukajanga’s death, Fr. Kibuka’s move

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This week’s The Independent top stories. Get your copy at the nearest stand now.


Mukajanga’s death, Fr. Kibuka’s move
The Independent explains why the sudden death of John Bosco Kyeyune, also known as Mukajanga, the Charismatic leader of the Mt. Sion Prayer Centre Bukalango, and the decision of Fr. Jacinto Kibuuka, to quit the Catholic Church after a row with Kampala Archbishop Cypriano Kizito Lwanga will have repercussions for the Catholic Church in Uganda.

URA’s poor tax administration
Andrew Mwenda makes the tough argument that there is no incentive to reform URA’s tax collection methods because both the business community and URA officials benefit from it through corruption.

Army killings
In an in-depth analysis, The Independent tries to unravel the mystery behind the indiscriminate shootings by UPDF soldiers of civilians and their colleagues and delves into the institutional and social factors that could be causing it.

Durban conference highlights journey to ending HIV
A major conference in South Africa finds that even though a large number of people are still living with the HIV, there is hope about ending the scourge.

SUdhir explains property take over by banks
In an exclusive interview, Sudhir Ruparelia, Uganda’s richest man explains why a growing number of business people are losing their property to commercial banks.

Role of central banks
A panel of bankers and economists who convened in Kampala recently concurred that the role of a modern central bank should go beyond the traditional role of maintaining price stability.

Justice Catherine Bamugemereire has headed two commissions of inquiry into office abuse in Uganda. In this light side interview, she talks about what she values most and the loves of her life.


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