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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Stella Nyanzi’s obscenity war

The lead stories in this week’s The Independent. Get your copy from the nearest news stand
In The Independent this week:
 
COVER STORY
Stella Nyanzi’s obscenity war: Museveni runs to defend wife in pile of blunders

THE LAST WORD
On Museveni-Besigye talks: How the opposition leader has blundered on the chance to promote his political project – if he has any

ANALYSIS
What happened to PAC?: Dormancy of once vibrant parliament watchdog committee shines light on leadership and funding

ANALYSIS:
Besigye- Museveni talks: European Union joins religious leaders to pile pressure on Museveni

BUSINESS
Telecom sector needs fewer players for better service delivery – MTN CEO

HEALTH
Hindu spiritual leader commends Museveni on HIV/ AIDS fight

ANALYSIS
What happened to PAC?: Dormancy of once vibrant parliament watchdog committee shines light on leadership and funding

POLITICS
FDC retreat: Muntu brutal, Besigye warm and cold

RWANDA
Kigali Genocide Memorial reflects mood of times: The traffic to Kigali Genocide Memorial in Gizozi is now considerably big, considering the fact that this is a time several family members and friends visit the memorial site to lay wreaths of flowers on the graves, and pray for loved ones who lost their lives during the genocide.
Rwanda gets first peat-fired power plant in Africa: Rwanda recently celebrated the opening of its first peat-fired power plant at Gishoma in the far west of the country, a $39.2M project. It is the first of its kind in Africa

BUSINESS
Low prices ahead for coffee: Rising global exports and inventory levels weaken prices: ICO

HEALTH
Grey hair linked with increased heart disease risk in men.

Tackling HIV: New approach makes cells resistant to HIV.
ART
Copycat art: Lack of originality of vision, spontaneity of expression.ART
To live is to become: Uganda artist Waswad steps into controversy.
MOTORING
Here it’s: 2018 Toyota RAV4: A compact crossover SUV last redesigned for the 2013 model year, the Toyota RAV4 is nearing the end of its current lifespan and is due for a complete redesign in 2019 or 2020.

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