With a new political wind blowing through Ethiopia, the hitherto exiled Oromo Studies Association was able to return to home soil after four decades. Their …
Back in 2002. Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Uganda President Yoweri Museveni speak to the residents of Kabale, 22 km from the Uganda-Rwanda border, at a meeting to improve relations between the two countries. (Photo by MARCO LONGARI / AFP)
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“We decided to use the unique beauty, the curves… to make this beauty a product to be marketed…to make it a tourist attraction Uganda’s minister for Tourism Godfrey Kiwanda unveiling the campaign. Ugandan women’s rights activists slammed the campaign.
Britain’s most influential poet, according to a right-wing national newspaper, is of Ugandan origin.