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Reverend’s daughter taught me the trials and tribulations of finding love

Reverend’s daughter taught me the trials and tribulations of finding love

A village drunkard would always sing; what I have eaten is the one that belongs to me. Because of that, we begun calling him akunareire-meaning what I have already eaten. I did not know his song carried some meaning until I received a wedding invitation from a lady for whom I had ‘given up my […]

Uganda urged to pass bio-technology and bio-safety policy to protect farmers

Uganda urged to pass bio-technology and bio-safety policy to protect farmers

Kawempe South Member of Parliament Sebuliba Mutumba has called on cabinet to quickly pass the bio-technology and bio-safety policy to protect farmers produce in Uganda. The call follows researchers concerns over the delay in passing the bill which may put the county agricultural produce at risk. In 2009 the Uganda National Council for Science and […]

Challenges and Opportunities of reporting and communicating agricultural and rural development issues in Uganda

Challenges and Opportunities of reporting and communicating agricultural and rural development issues in Uganda

Insights from a research paper By Gerald Businge and Risdel Kasasira presented at CTA Media Conference in Brussels, Belgium in October 2009 on The role of the media in agricultural and rural development of Africa Caribbean and Pacific countries. Introduction: Media Coverage of Agriculture and Rural Development Issues This paper is informed by findings of […]

African football teams in the world cup like Nigeria copying Uganda’s tricks

African football teams in the world cup like Nigeria copying Uganda’s tricks

Recently when I saw Nigeria succumb to the thrashing of Greece, I was not shocked at all or not even disappointed in anyway. This is not because I am not a fan of Nigeria or any other African team at the FIFA 2010 world cup. No. In fact if there is any buffoon that is […]

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