In the Independent this week:
Killing Kawesi: A look at the man and possible clues to the assassination of Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP), Andrew Felix Kaweesi, one of the topmost officers of the force.
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Why Museveni will rule for life: How, barring a major surprise, the current power structure in Uganda makes lifting presidential age limit inevitable.
Banks fight over Chinese businesses: Stanbic Bank again makes Chinese businesses irresistible offers.
Kasese killings: Human Rights activists, diplomats call for probe in the wake of new HRW report.
Not all are happy with this city ranking: First ever survey that focuses on life in African cities for ordinary people ranks Kampala 51st best city to live.
World Bank boss visits Rwanda: US$57 billion financing for sub-Saharan Africa promises to boost business.
How to get more Ugandans to buy insurance cover: Insurance regulator, experts share views at high profile meeting in Kampala.
Scientists closer to wiping HIV out of body: France’s CNRS research institute says it has found a new way to zoom in on AIDS virus hideout.
Track your periods with these app: The days of using pen and paper to keep track of menstrual cycles are past. Apps for period tracking have proliferated for both iPhone and Android.
Kagame meets President Xi: Two leaders agree industrial cooperation.
Renewed trust, Pope begs God’s forgiveness for Church sins in Rwanda genocide.
When love dares: Five masters launch exhibition to change attitudes.
2018 Mercedes E400 Coupe.
Mike Mukula’s love for his mother: George Michael Mukula commonly known as Mike Mukula; the former Member of Parliament for Soroti Municipality and a former minister of State for Health is his mother’s son.