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Kitante boy invents hair-braiding machine...

A student of Kitante Hill School in Kampala has made a hair-braiding machine. Nelson Luswejje, 19, a senior five science student is the brain behind the...

Aloe vera nutritiuous, say experts

Many people are excited about Aloe vera, a succulent medicinal plant and many are rushing to grow it

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China excited at first space flight

Passers-by stopped in their tracks, commuters brought their bicycles to a halt and those on lunch breaks postponed meals as people learning of China’s...

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New initiative on information Left-handers have advantage

Boy makes remote-control door

Herbert Lwanga, a student of electrical engineering at Kyambogo University has fabricated a remote controlled door

Moringa grinding mill now on market

One of the exhibitors in this year’s trade show, John Lugendo and Co Ltd, has fabricated a moringa grinding mill, which can grind 40-50 kgs of dried...

Nigeria launches satellite

Nigeria has launched her first ever satellite. The satellite named Nigeriasat 1, was put into space on September 27

Tree that cures prostate cancer grows in...

Ugandans are sitting on wealth. A tree that cures prostate disease has been growing in the country for centuries. But only a few herbalists exploit it,...

Anti-scar drug trials promising

Initial trials of a drug that reduces scar formation have produced encouraging results


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'Golden handshake' for DR Congo's...

Ministers in the outgoing government of now ex-president Joseph Kabila awarded themselves "golden-handshake" benefits in two decrees which were passed on November 24, that safeguarded lifetime cash payments.