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What do Uganda’s Presidential Candidates Plan for ICT?
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What do Uganda’s Presidential Candidates Plan for ICT?

After previously despising the presidential debate as a high school “speaking competition”, Uganda’s incumbent President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni attended the…
Your Excellency… You Have A Tweet!
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Your Excellency… You Have A Tweet!

A couple of months ago we saw headlines in Uganda that combined President Yoweri Museveni and WhatsApp. It appeared awkward…
Uganda Electoral Commission Introduces Online Voter Verification Ahead of 2016 Polls
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Uganda Electoral Commission Introduces Online Voter Verification Ahead of 2016 Polls

Cognizant of the famous long queues at have characterized most election processes in Uganda, the Electoral Commission has introduced an…
Digital Migration; who benefits?
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Digital Migration; who benefits?

KAMPALA – This week opened on a rather serious but comical note. The global deadline for the migration from analogue…
President of Social Media is NOT In The Constitution Yet
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President of Social Media is NOT In The Constitution Yet

UGANDA’S week began with our 2015 Social Media Awards ‘Most Influential Personality’, John Patrick Amama Mbabazi, who we must call…
Amama Mbabazi and Paul Kagame are the Most Conversational ‘Tweeps’
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Amama Mbabazi and Paul Kagame are the Most Conversational ‘Tweeps’

A study has shown that Ugandan Prime Minister Patrick Amama Mbabazi and Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame are the most conversational…
Mbabazi intervenes in digital migration process
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Mbabazi intervenes in digital migration process

Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has hailed efforts by Chinese television investors in boosting Uganda’s broadcasting industry as the country prepares…
Interview: Uganda’s Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi on ICT in Uganda
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Interview: Uganda’s Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi on ICT in Uganda

Prime Minister, Amama Mbabazi (@amamambabazi on Twitter) is one of the few government officials in Uganda utilizing Twitter to engage with the…
Uganda prime minister hacked ‘over gay rights’
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Uganda prime minister hacked ‘over gay rights’

Screen grabs showing the website with messages from gay activists are being circulated on social media sites. In one, the…
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