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
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.
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
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
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