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IN THE INDEPENDENT: The Sudhir-BOU Inside Story

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

In the Independent this week: BOU’s war with Sudhir and how the central bank’s handling of the problems of Crane Bank showed lack of imagination and strategy.

COVER STORY
Secrets of Sudhir saga: How BoU is overseeing the biggest asset grab ever.

THE LAST WORD
BOU’s war with Sudhir: How the central bank’s handling of the problems of Crane Bank showed lack of imagination and strategy.

BUSINESS
New MTN data offers: UCC agrees to meet company officials over concerns raised by customers

NEWS ANALYSIS
‘Prosecution is not a democracy’: Justice Mike Chibita is the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP). He spoke to Ian Katusiime on July 14 about the prosecutors strike and other issues.

CLIMATE
Chilly July weather explained: How combination of sun, pressure, and wind affects weather around you.

RWANDA
Rwanda opposition in uphill battle against powerful Kagame.

REGIONAL NEWS
Rwanda concludes agreement for new Bugesera Airport: Worth approximately US$ $700 million, the project is designed to be executed across four phases.

TELECOMS
Lack of IDs cut SIM card sales -Airtel MD: Anwar Soussa is the managing director for Airtel Uganda. He spoke to The Independent’s Julius Businge about Airtel business and Uganda’s telecom sector.

BUSINESS
Vimto returns to Ugandan market: But there’s fear that the new beverage may canibalise some of its products

EDUCATION
Behind rise of Christian universities: As Christian movements become strong national forces, their educational aims are engaging larger social responsibilities.

HEALTH
Want to live longer?: Drinking coffee could be your secret elixir, scientist says.

Oral HIV testing: How accurate is the result?

ARTS
Scenes of contrast: Romantic Lamu and easy Kisenyi.

COMMENT
A case for Industrialisation: Why is Africa, which is always said to be so endowed with natural resources, so poor?

FRANKLY SPEAKING
Rita Aciro: Passion for empowering women: Rita Aciro Lakor is ranked among the top players of women’s rights activism in Uganda. She has been involved at different levels and stations for the last 18 years and today she is the executive director of Uganda Women’s Network (UWONET), one of the biggest NGOs working on gender transformation and empowerment of women.

MOTORING
Kluger Vs Prado: Comparing two of Toyota’s hottest SUVs from 2014.

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