Watch I MiniBuzz I Passengers discuss the rising number of robberies in Kampala Watch I Statement I Emilian Kayima, Kampala Metropolitan Police Theft in homes, villages, residential areas and office break-ins are becoming common in Uganda today. Thieves are creating a sense of fear and insecurity in areas which they roam. In some villages in … More WHY ARE OFFICE BREAK-INS AND THEFT IN SOME KAMPALA RESIDENTIAL AREAS BECOMING COMMON?
Single mothers by choice are becoming common in Uganda. It is almost the new normal among women who have money. And the reason for this is: many women are sick and tired of Ugandan men, they say. As a result, many women are choosing to be single. Watch citizen debate in Minibuzz taxi Some of … More Single mothers by choice
Seed certification is a quality assurance system whereby seed intended for marketing is subject to official control and inspection. It is important for farmers to access seeds, which are certified by the relevant authorities if they are to maximise production from their efforts, experts dealing with seed certification say. This will enable farmers to access planting materials, … More Seed Certification
In the past year, a drought that hit Uganda tickled President Museveni to issue a directive of arresting anyone who encroaches on wetlands. Following this directive politicians and political appointees have been shown on TV moving around evicting and arresting people suspected to be cultivating in the wetlands. Watch citizens debate in Taxi I MiniBuzz … More Protecting Uganda’s natural resources
Zzizinga Dicson and Julie Nantambi engage Ugandans in a conversation on multi-party politics in the country. … More Multi-party Politics in Uganda
4th January 2017: The Electoral Commission has expressed reservations on its preparedness for conducting LC1 elections. It lacks enough money. The EC had requested for Shs17 billion to conduct the local council one elections effectively but the ministry of finance says it can only manage to allocate Shs10 billion for this exercise. There has not … More What Difference Will The elected LC1 Chairpersons Bring on Board?
Ugandans love to live in the moment and this usually means that they save very little off their monthly earning. Mark Keith Muhumuza, a staff reporter with The Daily Monitor, points outs alternative ways Ugandan can save without using the traditional banking options. Uganda still has a high dependency ratio of 103 per cent. Retirement … More Featured Content: Ways of saving money without going to banks
In the New Vision story Nansana goes without water for weeks, Saphira Nahabwe tells the story of how residents are coping with water scarcity that was caused when a roadworks grader in the municipality.cut through the water supply pipe. “For some time, I have been waking up at 5:00am to fetch water to for cooking, … More Nansana goes without water for weeks
In Why Water utility customers don’t pay their bills promptly, researchers Josses Mugabi, Sam Kayaga and Ian Smout examine the motivations of water utility customers when it comes to paying their water bills promptly. The scope of their study covered five small urban water utilities in Uganda. Field studies carried out in many developing countries … More Why water utility customers don’t pay their bills promptly
MiniBuzz hosts engaged Makerere University students in a discussion on how the closure of the University affected them. Route- Makerere University. This episode was broadcast on Bukedde TV1 on 3rd Jan 2017. Click below to watch MiniBuzz I The effect of MUK closure on Parents and Students Makerere University has been reopened after it was … More HOW WERE STUDENTS AND PARENTS AFFECTED BY MAKERERE UNIVERSITY CLOSURE?