Edrine is a diligent and curious writer. He loves to write about everything, with a careful balance of humor, professionalism and thought provocation to engage the reader. He is also a student of Civil Engineering, with a profound interest in structural engineering.
Much as witchcraft is highly not likely to be science, but beyond, science is considerably and arguably witchcraft.
Whether men and women are equal is a socio-political question but whether they are the same, is a scientific one.
Deep within the heart of Africa, there still lives humane and considerate women, holding the nurturing fabric of mother ...
Economic growth and activity is more prominent in cities and so it is natural that investment should be greater here tha...
President Macky Sall of Senegal has raised an awakening flag.
This day has fueled the earlier fears of violence among Ugandans, especially in the Capital.
“HIV/AIDS has no cure.” is a global truism. Much as the statement says nothing new and interesting, it has been the spri...
Machar (pictured) had been Kiir's deputy until July 2013, when his sacking triggered a political crisis that later boile...
One of Africa’s great men, Kwame Nkurumah, called it the last stage of imperialism.
The race has been marked with egoistic and scary rants, mainly from the incumbents.
Destruction of local palm trees may have driven chimpanzees in Uganda Budongo Forest to eat clay.
If there is one habit most super-successful people share, it is this: They read. A lot!
Kigezi imbues Uganda with a sense of Switzerland.
Foreign aid is a modern joystick used to play a modern game called the African economy!
Talk to majority of the youths nowadays be it in east and central Africa, south Africa and west Africa, they will tell y...
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