Farmers Urged to Embrace Technology

[New Times] Farmers have been urged to increase productivity by embracing modern cultivation methods as one of the ways to respond to climate-related challenges.

[New Times] Farmers have been urged to increase productivity by embracing modern cultivation methods as one of the ways to respond to climate-related challenges.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Locals Reject Malaria Spray Over Impotence

[Monitor] Tororo -Residents of Mella Sub-county in Tororo District have rejected a free indoor residual spraying exercise claiming that the chemical used increases the spread of bedbugs and makes men impotent.

[Monitor] Tororo -Residents of Mella Sub-county in Tororo District have rejected a free indoor residual spraying exercise claiming that the chemical used increases the spread of bedbugs and makes men impotent.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Lango Schools to Blacklist Strike Leaders

[Monitor] Apac -Secondary school head teachers in Apac District have resolved not to admit students who have been suspended over involvement in strikes. The resolution was reached at the head teachers’ meeting held at Apac Secondary School on Monday.

[Monitor] Apac -Secondary school head teachers in Apac District have resolved not to admit students who have been suspended over involvement in strikes. The resolution was reached at the head teachers' meeting held at Apac Secondary School on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Elephant Electrocuted in Queen Elizabeth National Park

[Monitor] Kampala -An elephant has died in Queen Elizabeth National Park after sustaining injuries warders say were a result of electrocution from a damaged ground transformer.

[Monitor] Kampala -An elephant has died in Queen Elizabeth National Park after sustaining injuries warders say were a result of electrocution from a damaged ground transformer.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘More Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Vital for Development’

[New Times] In a development that first emerged when President Paul Kagame first met with Neil Turok, the founder of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences – Next Einstein Initiative (AIMS-NEI), the government of Rwanda through the Ministry of…

[New Times] In a development that first emerged when President Paul Kagame first met with Neil Turok, the founder of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences - Next Einstein Initiative (AIMS-NEI), the government of Rwanda through the Ministry of Education signed a partnership agreement with the latter to bring operations to Rwanda. The deal signed at the beginning of this year would see AIMS establish its secretariat, global headquarters of the Next Einstein Forum (NEF), and launch the Quantum Leap Africa resea

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Zhakata Goes for Mega Launch

[The Herald] While in the past Zora musician Leonard “Karikoga” Zhakata preferred to unveil new releases through low-key events, the artiste has this time planned a mega launch for his upcoming album.

[The Herald] While in the past Zora musician Leonard "Karikoga" Zhakata preferred to unveil new releases through low-key events, the artiste has this time planned a mega launch for his upcoming album.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Students Urged to Embrace Reading Culture

[New Times] Secondary school students have been encouraged to widen their reading culture to improve their spelling skills and vocabulary that will eventually improve their performance.

[New Times] Secondary school students have been encouraged to widen their reading culture to improve their spelling skills and vocabulary that will eventually improve their performance.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda