The digital gap is getting smaller: the thing is: we don’t see that it is really getting smaller because desert places get connected and they are out of our sight. At the moment I am enjoying rather quick internet in the deep south of Uganda (in the village Buhoma to be more precise, a few kilometers from the Congolese border).Â TheÂ cybercafe was set up for theÂ purposeÂ of sending medical reports on gorilla dung to theÂ headoffice in Kampala.Â In case of an emergency Kampala can send a vet.Â TheÂ cyber is partlyÂ financedÂ byÂ the feesÂ (360 usdollar) that peopleÂ pay for gorilla tracking in the nearby Bwindi Inpenetratable Forest National Parc.Â Â Â
I am not much of a fundraiser, I must admit, but after reading this here,
door Arjen Westra in Nairobi De Hagenaar Roeland Lelieveld (29) laat zien dat je met
Could job rotation for world leaders work? Ever wondered how Africa would look if we
Shelly Githonga is a Kenyan writer. Last year, her screenplay was selected from the catalog of the Kenyan Scriptwriters Guilt, to be produced. Days before the movies premieres, we talk to her. Who is the writer and what moves her to write about a serious subject as mental health?