Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The top stories in this week’s The Independent.
Security: How sacking Kayihura, Tumukunde leaves Museveni weaker.
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The fall of Kayihura: Why the firing of the IGP has more to do with Kampala-Kigali relations than crime in Uganda.
Failing science examinations: Could English language be the problem?
700 noisy churches: Why Rwanda closed them.
Happiness and God: Are religious people happier than non-religious people?
Why Barclays is rebranding as Absa: Bank to open offices in London , New York for clients seeking to invest in Africa.
Bad news on revenue collection: But Finance Minister, Kasaija, says the overall FY2017/18 budget is performing well.
Why the publishing industry is struggling.
More men are infertile: 50% of failed conceiving is due to a male factor but treatments target women.
Beyond donor dollars for health: How Uganda is thinking outside the box.
African art gains: `Mona Lisa’ fetches U.S$ 1.68m at auction.
When your vehicle gets flooded: The dos and don’ts.
Agnes Atim Apea on women empowerment: In 2017, Agnes Atim Apea (PhD) popularly known as ‘Mama Rice’; especially in northern Uganda, was named among most innovative women in the world by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).