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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Whose victory is Bobi Wine’s win?

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In The Independent this week: Whose victory is Bobi Wine’s win?

COVER STORY
Bobi Wine’s win: Whose victory is it?

THE LAST WORD
Rethinking healthcare in Africa: Why attempts to provide too much too fast are the cause of corruption and institutionalised incompetence.

NEWS ANALYSIS
Strike looms in courts: Insiders say lack of prosecutors will paralyse justice system.

REGIONAL NEWS
Museveni criticised as Kagame unveils fancy party headquarters.

RWANDA
French bank had role in Rwandan genocide: France’s largest bank is facing serious accusations after three NGOs on June 29 said they filed legal action against BNP Paribas alleging “complicity in genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity” during Rwanda’s 1994 genocide.

AFRICAN UNION
Kagame wants faster reforms for Africa: President Paul Kagame of Rwanda has urged fellow heads of State and government to embrace speedy reform of the African Union to avert an existential threat from external parties.

ECONOMY
Micro credit: Good or bad for Uganda’s economy?: Experts say the interest rates are very high.

BUSINESS
Pension funds, insurance, key drivers of regional integration: Survey shows regional institutional investor base expanding due to favourable demographics.

INSURANCE
‘Simplify insurance to grow business’

OBITUARY
Ssebaana Kizito (1934-2017):Born at right time, dead at wrong time

HEALTH
Mobile phone health apps How useful are they really?: Have you turned to a mobile app to manage or improve your health?

TECHNOLOGY
Apps that claim to treat everything from pimples to depression appeal to the anxiety many of us harbour about our health.

ART
Mayanja’s soot art excites: Common tadooba candle inspirations form avant garde mixed media exhibition.

ART
Nshimiyimana’s art of expression: A challenging portrayal of knowledge, experience, and aesthetics.

FRANKLY SPEAKING
Carol Kisukye on being a female DJ: DJ Karol; real names Carol Kisukye, is a floor-filling corporate female disc jockey (DJ) in Uganda.

MOTORING
Bad driving habits you probably thought are good

 

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