IN THE INDEPENDENT THIS WEEK: Nalufenya – Where innocents are tortured to confess
Nalufenya: Stories from victims of police brutality put Kayihura, Muhoozi and Museveni on the spot
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A giant retires: What Uganda’s current and future politicians can learn from the life and character of Mzee Byanyima
Tortured mayor and others: Police brutality cases that shocked the nation
Museveni, Tumukunde fight over Kayihura worsens: Why President called Kadaga over minister’s attacks on IGP
Tax collection: Will URA achieve the Shs420bn revenue target from small businesses by 2018/19
Tax education: The taxman plans to increase sentisation to meet targets of the program.
EAC’s Open Skies question: Experts say Open Skies initiative will increase passenger traffic and enhance connectivity in the region
MTN’s US$8.5m fine: What next in IT relocation to Uganda dispute?
Total boss Adewale Fayemi explains growing influence in Uganda’s oil industry
Art with message: Why are artists finally ditching tourist art?
Kigali disabled get help: Mulindi Japan One Love Project is built on a pledge made at the frontline.
Happiness and meaning in life: Discovering the sweet spot where one does not have to give up one for the other.
Jewish body honours President Kagame.
Moderate drinking may not ward off heart disease.
Car window tints can be dangerous.
Rwakafuuzi: free justice for the poor:Ladislaus Kiiza Rwakafuuzi is a human rights advocate. For more than 25 years he has provided free services to the needy whose rights have been abused. Beneficiaries include victims of the September 2009 Buganda riots victims, suspects in the murder of Muslim clerics, and others.