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Residents of Kanyogoga throw plastic bags containing faeces onto the roofs of their neighbours' houses at night, from which water is harvested In Chinua Achebe's book, Things Fall Apart, during one harvest, Okonkwo asked for seedlings from Nwakibie, a great man of the village.
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"Global Environment Facility has invested a lot in the African region, bringing together different themes of environmental governance into integrated strategies that cross local, national and regional boundaries while meeting and respecting our respective development agenda, national policies and programs," said Minister of Natural Resources, ... (more)
An artistic impression of the Kampala-Entebbe express highway. It will be a dual carriage toll road starting from Busega to Entebbe Airport with a 13km spur at Kajjansi to Munyonyo By Billy Rwothungeyo Parts of the proposed Kampala-Entebbe expressway route have been diverted to avoid paying off expensive property owners and ease the weight on a ... (more)
By Mildred Nambi A Professor from the Royal Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, representing the Saudi based Holy Qur'an Memorization International Organization Prof.
While Uganda's politicians and social media are abuzz over a sensational letter reportedly written by a top security official about a high-level assassination plot, police have dutifully harassed the mainstream press in a bid to suppress the chatter.
Entebbe is home to the International Airport and is the main air entrance to Uganda from various international destinations; it is the first destination for travelers coming to the capital city, Kampala.
A number of Ugandan journalists were blocked by security forces from accessing the national airport at Entebbe to cover the return of an army officer, General David Sejusa who sparked off a controversial debate in an alleged ploy dubbed 'The Muhoozi project' in which the president's son, Brig.
A section of lawmakers are accusing Kibuku County MP Saleh Kamba of fighting a proxy war against Speaker Rebecca Kadaga, after he petitioned the Constitutional court challenging her decision to retain four MPs recently expelled by the ruling NRM party.
By Godfrey Kimono Over 300 workers of Darling Company Monday morning engaged the Police in running battles as they protested against delayed salaries and alleged poor working conditions.
Minister of Finance Ken Lipenga has said the agricultural sector in Malawi will increase its vibrancy after signing a K4.1 billion with the Norwegian government to improve research capacity of the Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources .
KAMPALA, Uganda A general who asked questions about President Yoweri Museveni's succession plans faces charges stemming from the alleged breach of an official code of conduct, a spokesman for the military said Monday, the latest twist in the unfolding saga of a senior army officer accused by some of harboring presidential ambitions.
By Violet Nabatanzi The introduction of breathalysers and speed regulations have reduced the number of road accidents by 15%, according to the Police.