Stories about Uganda from December, 2007
An interview with a Kampala City Council official has blogger Tumwijuke wondering if Uganda is “mentally, intellectually and creatively broke.”
Black Looks discusses the fight against HIV/AIDS in Africa: “But I was quickly disappointed by the article, even if it spoke some truths that I would agree with. Shunning promiscuity is one of those. But the author also says things like, “since the condom is about safe sex and safe...
Kenny posts a photo from Uganda showing that a mobile phone is not just a mobile phone: “Taken in Uganda last week, a great example of adaptive product development. In other words, giving customers what they want.”
Dennis Matanda writes about Africa asking: “What is the standard of African genocide? At what stage do we say is enough is enough? Is it when 1,000,000 people or 250,000 have died? Is it genocide if there is a battle between two tribes or one nationality against another?”
The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm) took place recently in Kampala. Here is the round-up of interesting conversations and reactions in the Ugandan blogosphere about the meeting.