Post date: 7 years 1 week ago

The Department of Journalism and Communication (DJC) has won NORHED funding for a project titled: Strengthening Media in Post-Conflict societies through Education and Research: Bridging Gaps, Building Futures in... More

Post date: 7 years 2 months ago

By Edward Anyoli

Over three million Africans cannot feed themselves and the number could increase to six million within a decade if global terms of trade are not changed to suit African farmers, Jimmy Pittchar has disclosed.

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Post date: 7 years 2 months ago

Milly Dowler a 14- year old British girl on her way to school in Walton -on- Thames on 21st March 2011 was murdered.

Dowler’s murder featured most in the investigation in the News of the World phone scandal and  it was revealed in 2011... More

Post date: 7 years 3 months ago

n intense scandal that happened in the United Kingdom, 9,867 km from Uganda, sent waves across the journalism world with effects that are to be far reaching. The News International phone-hacking scandal was one involving News of the World... More

Post date: 7 years 3 months ago

By Twinomugisha Leonard

The BBC World Service team has held a meeting with Journalism and Communication student voluteers in preparation for the first ever Science festival in Africa to be hosted by Makerere University at the Freedom... More