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Saturday, February 15th, 2020

 

World Bank questions Uganda’s growth with no jobs

FILE PHOTO: Majority of youth in Uganda do not have stable economic opportunities. By The Independent February 14, 2020 Written by URN Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The World Bank has said Uganda should ask hard questions on why the country is growing but not creating enough jobs and people incomes remain stagnant. In the Economic update for Uganda launched on Thursday, the international lender said Uganda’s level of per capita income – that is money earned by each individual per year– was, by 2018, still behind its neighbours. The reportRead More


LOCUSTS are ruining my life – True Story (PHOTOS)

Image might be subject to copyright Photo of Martha Leah Nangalama’s chicken coup in Moncton area, Canada Theodore Nangalama – copyright by Martha Leah Nangalama Pumpkin Lefranc – copyright Thierry Lefranc Theodore Nangalama – copyright by Martha Leah Nangalama Pumpkin Lefranc – copyright by Thierry Lefranc Pumpkin Lefranc – copyright by Martha Leah Nangalama Martha Leah Nangalama’s car – copyright by MLN Yesterday, a swarm of locusts descended on our backyard. Quick, let us go get food. I run out with this net to trap the little bastards and roastRead More


US secretary of state heads to Africa after long absence

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, boards a plane as he departs on a multi-country trip, Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md. (Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/Pool via AP) DAKAR, Senegal (Associated Press) — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in Africa this weekend as the first U.S. cabinet official to visit in more than 18 months, and he is certain to face questions about the U.S. military’s future on the continent and new U.S. visa restrictions against millions of Africans. Pompeo is visiting Senegal, Angola and Ethiopia as theRead More


Michael Bloomberg rocked by re-emergence of sexist remarks

Washington Post publishes ‘Wit and Wisdom’ booklet from 1990 Royals among targets of remarks attributed to billionaire By THE GUARDIAN Michael Bloomberg speaks during a campaign event aimed at female voters on 15 January. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA The presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg has insisted he is a “champion for women in the workplace”, after the republication of a 30-year-old booklet purporting to contain his “Wit and Wisdom” cast an uncomfortable spotlight on the billionaire former New York mayor. Once a longshot, Bloomberg is gaining ground in California. Will it last?Read More


AFRICA: More than 6,000 bodies found in Burundi mass graves

The remains of 6,032 victims as well as thousands of bullets were recovered in six mass graves in Karusi province.  By AL JAZEERA & NEWS AGENCIES Authorities in Burundi have announced the discovery of more than 6,000 bodies in six mass graves. The findings in Karusi province are the largest since the government launched a nationwide excavation in January. Pierre Claver Ndayicariye, chairman of the country’s truth and reconciliation commission, told journalists on Friday that the remains of 6,032 victims, as well as thousands of bullets, were recovered. Clothes, glassesRead More


NTVUganda has added Lake Mburo Mbarara rally starts without stars video

Lake Mburo Mbarara rally starts without stars The 2020 Rally season got underway this morning at Lake Mburo national game park in Mbarara district. However defending champion Yasin Nasser, Jas Mangat, Arthur Blick and Christakis Fitidis did not turn up for the event that sets the pace for the rest of the season. we have the highlights of day one. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm from Blogger https://ift.tt/2vBiP66 via SEO Services


AFRICA: More than 6,000 bodies found in Burundi mass graves

The remains of 6,032 victims as well as thousands of bullets were recovered in six mass graves in Karusi province.  By AL JAZEERA & NEWS AGENCIES Authorities in Burundi have announced the discovery of more than 6,000 bodies in six mass graves. The findings in Karusi province are the largest since the government launched a nationwide excavation in January. Pierre Claver Ndayicariye, chairman of the country’s truth and reconciliation commission, told journalists on Friday that the remains of 6,032 victims, as well as thousands of bullets, were recovered. Clothes, glassesRead More


AFRICA: More than 6,000 bodies found in Burundi mass graves

The remains of 6,032 victims as well as thousands of bullets were recovered in six mass graves in Karusi province.  By AL JAZEERA & NEWS AGENCIES Authorities in Burundi have announced the discovery of more than 6,000 bodies in six mass graves. The findings in Karusi province are the largest since the government launched a nationwide excavation in January. Pierre Claver Ndayicariye, chairman of the country’s truth and reconciliation commission, told journalists on Friday that the remains of 6,032 victims, as well as thousands of bullets, were recovered. Clothes, glassesRead More


NTVUganda has added Boxer Rebecca Amongin on her chances in olympic qualifier video

Boxer Rebecca Amongin on her chances in olympic qualifier As the Uganda Boxing team prepares for the Olympic qualifiers due next week in Dakar, Senegal, Rebecca Amongin, who is in the Lightweight category, says she is excited to be among the five ladies representing her country. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm from Blogger https://ift.tt/2HtVRjW via SEO Services


One World 2019 – Pearson College UWC

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