In this week’s THE INDEPENDENT
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THE LAST WORD
Why are Ugandans so angry?: How economic success has tended to create more political trouble for Museveni than comfort.
Corruption growing in local governments: Auditor General names most corrupt districts as billions are swindled.
Race for EALA seats: A regional comparison between EAC member states.
Working to create a mini-Singapore- in Africa: Singaporeans are training teachers, planning towns and impacting the lives of communities in Rwanda, as profiled in the documentary `Finding Singapore’.
Ngondwa finally convicted for genocide in the USA: U.S court bases on Gacaca court findings in Rwanda to end long-running court saga.
‘We were not created to remain poor’: President Kagame says 2017 is for eliminating poverty in Rwanda.
Digital banking: Why it is good for business and jobs.
Trade ministry, local governments fight over alcohol law: Proponents of the law say it will ensure a healthy and productive population.
Sam Turyatunga: Turning fruits into a lucrative business: Tursam Investments Ltd now worth Shs124million is targeting exporting fruit juice across the region.
Banks high interest rates hurt more than lenders: World Bank describes impact on business growth, spending, saving culture.
Rethinking cancer diagnosis, treatment: WHO releases new guidelines; but how will Uganda drive more patients to the hospital?.
Courtesy, respect on the road: Common discourtesies that drivers can lapse into – such as slow driving, failure to indicate, or not allowing enough following distance – often lead to crashes.
Nana Kagga on chasing originality: Kaggale Nana Nabateregga Kagga is a film maker, actress alone, chemical engineer, mother of three, wife and daughter to Mwagale Nalongo Beatrice Kagga and Abdul Kagga from the royal lineage of King Kiggala of Buganda kingdom. Commonly known as Nana Kagga, she was born in Nairobi, Kenya.