Wednesday, August 21, 2019
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Training your mind for self regulation

By Joseph Ssebunya Self healing involves identifying and examining self defeating or problem-causing thoughts and replacing them with more realistic and beneficial ones. You can...

OUR MPS ARE INNOCENT

By our reporter They give up their jobs to join politics. They stake their houses to borrow millions that they give you to buy...

‘ ‘I keep a pair of Muhammad Ali’s gloves in my...

‘ ‘Muhammad Ali was The Greatest. Period. If you just asked him, he’d tell you. He’d tell you he was...

Absence of Nursery Schools undermining Uganda’s education

By our reporter Uwezo Uganda, the organization that oversees Uganda’s education believes that despite having a comprehensive policy for early Childhood development, the country...

Social Media ‘Likes’ Impact Teens’ Behavior

The same brain circuits that are activated by eating chocolate and winning money are activated when teenagers see large numbers of “likes” on their...

Here is what may be missing in schooling today

To prepare young people for employment in the technology age, governments will have to re-examine how students learn and the skills they need. Business...

More needed to Address the Growing Human Trafficking

In a session on human trafficking on the opening day of the World Economic Forum on ASEAN, participants were told that tougher action is...

Male sparrows can judge if a spouse is prone to infidelity-study

A new study shows that male sparrows can judge if a spouse is prone to infidelity, providing less food for their brood if their...

Chinese firm sees Africans as dirty and ugly

A Chinese laundry detergent marker Shangahi Leishang Cosmetics Limited has apologized for the harm her advert caused to African population. In the advert that...

Agility Launches 2nd Annual Modern Africa Photo Competition

Agility, a global leader in integrated logistics, has launched its Africa 2016 Photo Competition), an effort to inspire and showcase images that illustrate the...