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Presenting views that challenge the status quo because we want to see the world as it should be rather than stopping at what it is. Ideas define and shape our world. Often, what gets onto mainstream media are mere shadows and distortions of the ideas that powered events. Now, undiluted, hear from the experts at N24newswroom - the people who are helping shape the ideas that move our world. Note: these do not reflect the views of N24.

Election In The Time Of COVID-19: How Ready Is Your Candidate For A Scientific Election?

If you thought you would gather people, address your rally and hold drink ups with your electorates as it was before, you might get thrown to jail as things have changed for the forthcoming general election. You’d rather save and start talking...

#NewCities: Congratulations Gulu City

Guest Post I Oryem Kissinger - 19 years ago, anybody wouldn't think of Gulu like today.  Places like Kony Paco, Kasubi, Kolo Quarters are some places with new look. Gulu became freedom city where tourist and majority of youths...

Poverty is a Big Business in Africa.

Oryem Kissinger-Kitgum: I can tell this from where am standing.There was this war of 27guns that ended the reign of Gen. Tito in 1986. This war had a spill of bread and wine; bread for stomach and wine for the soul.

Neglect and Abuse of Older People Intensified by COVID-19

FactSheet: Reports of older people facing: rising abuse in some countries during coronavirus crisisrobberies, kidnapping and domestic violencebeing left to die when suffering from COVID-19 COVID-19 has amplified the violence, abuse, and neglect of older people,...

PINGO PE WARIBE?

TAM Mariibe aye teko, nyac pa lakwaru ka iye wang me imado! Odo mu goyo nyeki pe inyero! Wang bur pe ki weko ki olwangi! Malakwang ka Wac , ki liyo! Nyuka ka Oton icib pe nange! Pe...

World Press Freedom Day: Find a Niche and Learn to Value Your Work.

There has been a lot of ongoing debate in the country about the situation of journalists in Uganda. Top on the list of the discussion has been on the poor pay, exploitation and intimidation that has in turn threatened the true meaning...

Op-Ed: COVID-19 and the Need for Whole Health Care Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa

Guest Post: On 2 April, Sierra Leone reported its second COVID-19 case. The government reacted quickly, the country was on lockdown for 72 hours and borders were closed. Other countries in sub-Saharan Africa, like South Africa, have also reacted by locking down....

Coronavirus: Is the President’s smile at Ugandan doctors fake?

The coronavirus pandemic has strengthened the already severing relationship between the Ugandan Government and the medical workers’ community. The president of the Republic of Uganda has severally applauded the health ministry and its workers for their effort in handling...

COVID-19 Scare: When China Sneezes, the World Catches Cold.

Guest Post by Kissinger Oryem: - Yes, it is a global world and one village. Few weeks into this pandemic, I could hear the US president calling it China Virus and that is a reference deeper than the words coming out of...

10bn/- ‘cut’ from COVID-19 Budget Earns MPs a Prime Place on the Wall of Shame

By Norbert Mao: - The air is now clear. The head of the legislature, Speaker Kadaga, put up a spirited but unconvincing defense of the 10bn/- the MPs allocated themselves. “We have ambulances commandeered by the Ministry of...

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