Uganda’s Jaguza Livestock, Poultry App Gives Farmers A Ray Of Hope

Uganda’s Jaguza Livestock, Poultry App Gives Farmers A Ray Of Hope

By, Damba Rogers. Farmers in Uganda have a reason to smile as Afro-soft-Uganda have finally tested and proved the works of the new livestock and poultry truck App dubbed, Jaguza livestock. Jaguza livestock is a gadget placed in the ear of a cow, pig, goat and helps the farmer detect likely disease, movements, feeding, mating, sell value of the animal among other usage and linked to the radar which generates and compiles information. Kasozi Lameck,…

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Sensitize public on e-top up system’

Sensitize public on e-top up system’

By Parliament press Members have tasked the Uganda Communication Commission (UCC) to fast track public sensitization on the electronic system of loading airtime if they are to phase out airtime scratch cards. MPs expressed concern that UCC did not prepare Ugandans to embrace the electronic recharge system and demanded that the Commission expedites sensitization of the public on the advantage that the e-system has over scratch cards. “The e-system is the right direction to take…

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Improve media performance in Uganda – Kadaga

Improve media performance in Uganda – Kadaga

By Parliament Press The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has expressed concern about local media content, which she says is key in promoting the progress of the media industry in Uganda. She also observed that the Independent Media Council under the Ministry of Information and National Guidance was not operational and therefore not helping the situation. The Speaker was meeting members of Parliamentary Forum on Media on Wednesday, 01 August 2018. The Chairperson of the…

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Apple has become the world’s first public company to be worth $1 trillion (£767bn

Apple has become the world’s first public company to be worth $1 trillion (£767bn

Source BBC Apple is first public company worth $1 trillion By Chris Johnston Business reporter, BBC News Apple has become the world’s first public company to be worth $1 trillion (£767bn). The iPhone maker’s market value reached the figure in late morning trading in New York as its shares rose to a new record high above $207. The stock has been rising since Tuesday when it reported better than expected results for the three months…

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MPs to meet telecom operators over scratch card ban

MPs to meet telecom operators over scratch card ban

By Parliament Press Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has accepted an offer to meet telecom companies and Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) over the controversial move to ban airtime scratch cards. The acceptance ended a nearly two-hour standoff in the House, after MPs had disagreed with the ICT Minister Frank Tumwebaze over the proposal. “We shall have the meeting with telecom companies so that we get what we can explain to our constituents; I think we both need…

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Cassava Farmers in Northern Uganda Ripe Big in New Technology

Cassava Farmers in  Northern Uganda Ripe Big in New Technology

Cassava Farmers in Northern Uganda Ripe Big in New Technology By Damba Rogers. Farmers engaged in cassava value addition in Lango region are smiling home after an upgrade from open air processing to use of high precision indoor modern cassava flash dryers, a technology that offers the best answer to weather challenges especially during wet seasons when cassava processing comes under burdens of rains, thus affecting the quality of the end product as it takes…

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Inside The New Scientific Findings On The safety of GMO Products in Uganda and the Unresolved Issues On The contronversial GMO Bill !

Inside The  New Scientific  Findings  On The safety of  GMO Products in  Uganda and  the  Unresolved Issues On The contronversial GMO Bill !

IN SIDE THE NEW SCIENTIFIC FINDINGS ON THE SAFETY OF GMO PRODUCTS IN UGANDA AND THE UNRESOLVED ISSUES ON THE CONTROVERSIAL GMO BILL!  By Sibasi Timothy New scientific finding into the controversial botched accent of a GMO Bill into law by president Museveni indicates that there’s no hazardous effects of GMO agricultural products to human life nor to the soil fertility in Uganda. The revelation made by  the national coordinator of Open Forum on Agriculture…

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Structured Peace Will Ensure Sustanability Museveni

Structured Peace Will Ensure  Sustanability Museveni

By Acaye Henry. Structured peace will ensure sustainability Museveni, Karume launch mobile App, website on Global peace President Yoweri Museveni and former Zanzibar President H.E Dr. Abeid Amani Karume have today launched the Global Peace Leadership conference mobile App and website that will enable over 50 million people from all over the world to scan the QR code and access conference topics. I heard about Rev. Moon but I never met him. I have heard…

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Microsoft to Support ICT Innovation in Schools

Microsoft to Support   ICT Innovation  in Schools

By  our reporter. The world’s leading ICT and computer software producer, Microsoft is planning to kick start a massive ICT project in uganda’s schools with the project to kick off this year.   The director, Afrosoft IT solution, Katamba Ronald who will be the link person for the whole project in Uganda says, many ugandans have been and are still learning IT lessons with no practical’s  offered which makes them graduates with no necessary skills needed in…

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