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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Why Museveni fired Isabalija

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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Why Museveni fired Isabalija

TOP stories in this week’s THE INDEPEDENT

LAW
From Kavuma to Owiny-Dollo:
What next as Museveni’s cadre judges win?

THE LAST WORD
Museveni’s dilemma, Africa’s crisis : How the obsession with our internal weaknesses has obscured the international dimension of Africa’s problems.

COVER STORY
Why Museveni fired Isabalija: How pride, Kabagambe’s ghost, and Chinese investors sealed his fate.

AFRICA
Environment good for Africa tourism: Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame on Aug.29 called on African economies to provide favorable environment that would boost the growth of tourism industry on the continent.

RWANDA
‘Rwandans understand the greater goal’: President Kagame in interview with Financial Times.

MINERALS
Mubende’s gold evictions: Museveni’s aide Gertrude Njuba named.

BUSINESS
How central banks in EAC can boost private sector credit: The economic rescue initiatives can only succeed without political interference.

BANKING
Can Dfcu maintain high profits?: Performance of the economy likely to determine profitability going forward.

ANALYSIS
Africa on the road to industrial progress

EDUCATION
Lessons from Gulu’s war scarred schools: Survivors recall the terrible years as donors, government rebuild lives.

HEALTH
Medical tourism shame: How African politicians seeking medical help abroad harms health care.

HEALTH
Overcrowding in emergency rooms: A new study identifies four key strategies to reduce overcrowding in emergency rooms.

ART
The art of cancer: Adventurous ‘Staying Alive’ exhibit documents the Uganda Cancer Institute.

ART
A survivor’s art story: Andrea Stultiens is a photographer from the Netherlands who has picked interest in telling Uganda’s cancer story.

FRANKLY SPEAKING
Sarah Nkonge has formula for success: Sarah Nkonge Muwonge rose to fame in 1998 when she was appointed as Kampala City’s first woman mayor.

MOTORING
Toyota, Jaguar tackle blind-spot: Japanese car-maker serious about reducing forward blind-spot with clever, cheap solution to help you ‘see’ through your car’s A-pillars.

 

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