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By Silver Kayondo 17th June , 2015 marked the deadline day when all countries in ITU Region 1 (Europe, Africa, Middle East and the Islamic Republic of Iran) ought to have migrated from analogue to digital broadcasting as per the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Agreement, 2006. This process is policy driven. However, Uganda faces someContinue reading “Why Uganda’s Digital Migration strategy is injurious to public interest and the lessons we can learn from other Countries.”
One of the biggest tragedies resulting from this era of technological advances, of social media in particular, is the humanness that is fast eroding in the hands of a mindless human civilisation. Just a month ago, I was imploring people that should I meet my death in a horrific accident, my family at least beContinue reading “Misuse of Social Media, humanity’s new enemy.”
The growth of institutions
Yesterday social media was awash with images of kids being teargassed by Kenya Police Force. This was when the pupils of L’angata Road Primary School had decided to march peacefully and protest against the fencing of their playground. Truth be told the land had been sold, there were plans of building a hotel and itContinue reading “Tribute to L’angata Road Primary School Kids.”