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Worth Noting: This year’s independence celebration comes at a time when all water has completely gone under the bridge on our fair and just January 2021 polls and on the Masaka ‘bijambiya’ massacres and the subsequent patriotic controversial statements made by the Hon. Ministers, General Kahinda Otafiire and Dr. Chris Baryomunsi (my wife believes the …

The government of Uganda through the office of prime minister in partnership with the United Nations in Uganda launched the new National SDGS road map 2021-2025. In order to achieve the maximum return on sustainable development goal 7, All Ugandans must have access to affordable clean energy at lower price. In Uganda about 94% of …

By: Isaac Thuku @MountKenyaTimes Africa’s aviation industry players have called for consolidation of the airlines to boost the continent’s performance in air traffic. Abdérahmane Berthé – African Airlines Association (AFRAA) – Secretary General says that a crucial element in the success of the African airlines is consolidation and collaboration. Berthé who spoke yesterday during a …

By Akia Mustafa Worth Noting: Just like Ricki Lake said, ‘Motherhood is the greatest thing and the hardest thing’. There’s no greater gift than becoming a mother. The pain, hardships and sometimes hurting situations we go through for the hugs, smiles and laughter of our little ones are worth every sacrifice. The natural state of …

On the 8th of September reverend Thuso Tiego was released from jail after spending a day in jail, prior to protest with two other pastors, following the March from Gaborone civic center to Parliament, declaring that the president must leave his office with immediate effect. Members of the opposition came in to his rescue, saying …

By: Anicet Yomboranyama Head of Communications, DRC During a videoconference on Friday, August 27, 2021, Eric Meyer congratulated the Democratic Republic of Congo for the structural reforms already undertaken and which are producing tangible results. These include the renewed relationship with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) which resulted in the Extended Credit Facility of 1.5 …

By: Twongirwe Ireen Worth Noting: More so, Communities in the Albertine Graben are dependent on crop agriculture, livestock rearing, hunting, fishing and forestry, all of which are impacted by oil exploration and drilling.  But, how can the local people ensure that their rights and needs are met by the government? Honorable minister, it’s clear that …

Worth Noting: Most of the time they act as if they care when they see their client onsite. Most of the rules are being broken, what painful are these workers whom don’t have even a security on their jobs not even a stable or effective good supporting plan when things went wrong during their daily …

Worth Noting: So, it becomes so difficult when find people who are hired specifically for certain job in our Municipalities but find that are just inactive in their roles as it making more difficult for an individual to be driven with integrity to help where there is a need to assist, I am talking about …

Worth Noting: This amazed Senzangakhona because an African daughter could balance a water pot on the head and even kneel greet. Ooh sorry I don’t know if girls I South Africa greet. But Maybe Nandi and Senzangakhona were from Buganda. The issue will still remain culture. Nandi balanced a water pot on the head because …