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THE INDEPENDENT: Possible clues behind Kaweesi murder

The top stories in this week’s The Independent. Get your copy at the nearest stand

In the Independent this week:

COVER STORY
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.

THE LAST WORD
Why Museveni will rule for life:
How, barring a major surprise, the current power structure in Uganda makes lifting presidential age limit inevitable.

BUSINESS
Banks fight over Chinese businesses:
Stanbic Bank again makes Chinese businesses irresistible offers.

NEWS ANALYSIS
Kasese killings: Human Rights activists, diplomats call for probe in the wake of new HRW report.

BUSINESS
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.

BUSINESS
World Bank boss visits Rwanda: US$57 billion financing for sub-Saharan Africa promises to boost business.

INSURANCE
How to get more Ugandans to buy insurance cover: Insurance regulator, experts share views at high profile meeting in Kampala.

HEALTH
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.

HEALTH
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.

RWANDA
Kagame meets President Xi: Two leaders agree industrial cooperation.

Renewed trust, Pope begs God’s forgiveness for Church sins in Rwanda genocide.

ART
When love dares: Five masters launch exhibition to change attitudes.

MOTORING
2018 Mercedes E400 Coupe.

FRANKLY SPEAKING
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.

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