Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | These are the top stories in this week’s THE INDEPENDENT.
Schools to open or not to open: COVID-19 Crisis exposes government weakness
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One year later: Reflections on the passage of an icon who did so much to shape who I am today
Bad outlook for Kampala’s residential properties as rent falls: Rental offices are being re-occupied but landlords and occupiers will incur extra costs to meet health and safety measures
Returning to work after lockdown: Dealing with this is becoming the biggest employee relations challenge for people professionals and employer
Supporting children’s mental health during COVID-19: Psychologists and psychiatrists recommend ways to help them understand and cope
Godfathers, politics eating up wetlands: More warnings to encroachers, less action on `investors
Cleansing Uganda of ‘parasites’: Has President Museveni finally discovered the corruption
antidote or merely been dragged into the fight?
How COVID-19 affects children: New study has lots of implications for authorities pondering decisions such as reopening schools