LEAVE MY LAND ALONE – MUSEVENI

The president of Uganda, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has decried to Justice Catherine Bamugemereire to save him from land-grabbers who have taken over his land in Gomba district.                       The land in question is part of the one square mile of land that the president alleges to... Continue Reading →

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THERE IS STILL SOME HOPE FOR AN INDEPENDENT MEDIA IN RWANDA

By Agnes Tumuheire In short Despite the fact that Rwanda press freedom is still low, different players have put up strategies to improve of media independence. Rwanda community has not yet given up on the fight towards a free media environment inspite of the negative criticism coming from with- in and outside the country. According... Continue Reading →

RWANDA: RISING FROM THE WRECKS OF THE GENOCIDE

  In summary Rwanda is one of the central and east African countries with rapid economic growth with GDP growth of a 8% per year between 2001 and 2014. However, it still experiences mild range of poverty among its citizens with most people  depending on the returns from their subsistence farms. Most economic,social and political reforms... Continue Reading →

CAN FOOD HELP PEOPLE LIVE A HEALTHY LIFE?

For years, people have continued to suffer and succumb to malnutrition deficiency and other related diseases out of ignorance; can this be prevented through eating certain food stuffs? According to the World Health Organization’s “freedom from hunger campaign” report, malnutrition disease is a major problem of the human race and many diseases were found to... Continue Reading →

PEOPLE’S PERCEPTION ON FOOD CONSUMPTION

Most Ugandans, despite of the fact that they learnt about food values and the nutrients in their basic primary science, don't put into consideration the kind of food they eat and many don't know the kind of nutrients that are contained in specific meals they consume and therefore eat because the food is their favorite... Continue Reading →

FOOD, HEALTH AND DISEASE CURE

Uganda is endowed with all sorts of food that your body needs. However, most Ugandans ignore the fact that food can be used as medicine to cure illnesses. Many people intoxicate their bodies with alot of drugs and laboratory medicines on illnesses that can be cured by simply consuming a certain food. Most Ugandans just... Continue Reading →

PRESSING ISSUES AT MAKERERE THAT NEED RE-ADRESS

This is the year that saw widespread school strikes in the country, but for some reason,   Universities such as Makerere and Kyambogo also experienced unrest, largely premised on issues related to remuneration and management. Students have given their views on which issues affect them alot that dont need to wait to be addressed. watch the... Continue Reading →

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