Saturday , April 13 2024
Home / In The Magazine (page 50)

In The Magazine

magazine stories

MTN to support 25 community projects

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | MTN Foundation has taken a significant step toward fostering community transformation by selecting 25 projects for its inaugural MTN Changemakers Initiative. The initiative, part of the company’s celebration of 25 years in Uganda, aims to create a lasting and positive impact on the lives of …

Read More »

Court stops sacking of UNBS Board Chairman Musekura

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The High Court stopped the abrupt sacking of Charles Musekura as chairperson of the National Standards Council that oversees the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS). Musekura had been forthwith dismissed by Trade, Industry, and Cooperatives Minister Francis Mwebesa and replaced by Eng James Kalibbala …

Read More »

UPDF’s 403 Brigade welcomes 60 new housing units

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Maj Gen Francis Takirwa, the Deputy Commander of Land Forces, has officially inaugurated 60 newly constructed housing units at the 403 Infantry Brigade headquarters located in Matany Sub-County, Napak District. These housing units, whose construction commenced on May 25, 2022, are part of a broader …

Read More »

Museveni to attend C-10 summit in Equatorial Guinea

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni on Thursday, confirmed his attendance at this year’s C-10 summit which will be held in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. The summit will take place on 23rd November 2023. “I will come and attend the summit,” President Museveni confirmed. The President …

Read More »

Nabulime’s OLugambo [Gossip] Solo Show

Artist offers a social commentary on human behavourism in new body of work ART | DOMINIC MUWANGUZI | The recent exhibition by Dr. Lilian Nabuliime showing at Xenson Art Space is about gossip. The subject of gossip or Olugambo in local dialect, is a regular activity of everyday life that does …

Read More »

Researchers find Sixth basic taste in human

New sixth taste could add to the five basic tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and umami ANALYSIS | AGENCIES | A new taste response has been identified in humans. The study, published in Nature Communications in early October, found that humans can also detect ammonium chloride, creating a strong sensation researchers …

Read More »

The Black Book

The Nollywood gritty thriller topping Netflix global figures ANALYSIS | EZINNE EZEPUE | Nigerian thriller The Black Book has been in the headlines for reportedly topping global figures at streaming service Netflix, with 5.6 million viewers in its first two days. Does it live up to the hype? In my view, as …

Read More »