Stories about Uganda from October, 2010
The nominees for each of the 3 categories in the One Minutes Jr project competition 2010 have been selected. In each of the categories of (Self)-portrait, Inside-Out and One Minute of Freedom there will be one winner who will be awarded a JVC Piscio HD Hand-Camera. The nominees are all...
On expanding African science cafes: “Science cafes are slowly and steadily spreading across the African continent. Regular cafes are being held in South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Malawi, Ghana, and Morocco. It began in 2007 at a workshop on African Science Cafes in South Africa supported by the British Council.”
Where exactly is Joseph Kony?, Ledio Cakaj asks. Joseph Kony is the leader of the Lord's Resistance Army: “Only Mr. God knows,” is the short answer to Kony’s whereabouts, as a former LRA commander recently told Enough.
African elections to watch: “Nigeria – It will be all systems go as “the moderate corrupt” Goodluck tries to win against the Youth Ribandu (Former Anti Corruption head) who is responsible for putting several Governors out of work and on the run. Uganda:Museveni will try to get 20 years in...
Sokari writes a roundup of LGBTI news around Africa: “Once again the Uganda media has outed “100″ LGBTI people, including names and photos placing everyone at risk of violence in their communities. Disturbingly, some of the photos were taken from Facebook profiles…”
Building a better tomorrow with social networks in Uganda: “Looking to inspire middle-aged Ugandans with ‘fire in belly’, the ‘Meet the CEO’ forum- a 360 degree Network initiative-brought together some of the country’s most respected industry captains to share various experiences that impact on leadership success.”