In the Independent this week:
Divided State House: The inside story as President Museveni faces family pressure to quit.
Next big thing at MTN: Company plans to widen data usage, lower tariffs.
Sex life of Ugandans: Population survey reveals most sexually active, violent at home and HIV illiterate Ugandans.
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Manufacturing still matters: Why very few poor countries will escape poverty by taking gigantic leaps into the service industry.
Rwanda-Australian trade to increase: Four companies announce investment plans in agriculture, ICT.
Kigali hosts top scientists: President launches Ecosystem of Pan-African transformation.
Banks see higher profits: But analysts caution it’s too early to celebrate.
Behind Fine Spinner’s takeover of Phenix: Government gets rid of loss-making company, but can new investor avoid its jinx?.
Is the Gunner a goner? : How Arsene Wenger changed the Premier League … and then dropped the ball.
Trump cuts money to UN population fund: International family planning agency, which will lose all future US funding, says its mission was ‘to ensure every pregnancy is wanted and every child birth is safe’.
Art of jokes: An artist incubating chicken eggs is no joke. But is it art?.
When vehicle vibrates: Check your spark plug wires and more.
Esther Kalenzi’s passion to help:Esther Kalenzi is the founder of Forty Days over Forty Smiles Foundation, a local NGO that helps the needy; especially children and youth. Helping the needy is a passion she first exhibited as a student at Aga Khan High School in Kampala when she raised funds from fellow students to pay tuition for a classmate who had missed school.