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Little go green’s Joseph Masembe matches against climate change in San Francisco

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Rise for climate has had two successful events this year and that’s the green festival and the children’s climate change. Over the weekend Joseph Masembe the CEO of little go green hands Uganda marched alongside other environmentalists at rise for climate in San Francisco.the march started at Embarcadero and ended at the civic center, the march attracted thousands of environmentalists all over the world and Uganda was privileged to have been represented.

The march happened before world leaders, researchers and enviroment activists arrived in San Francisco for the Global Climate Action Summit, which is organized by the UN and Governor Jerry Brown.

The global climate summit is to begin tomorrow 13th September with a two days program, it will be aimed “Taking Ambition to the next level” the Global Climate Action Summit will bring together state and local governments, businesses, and citizens from around the world to showcase climate action taking place, demonstrating how the tide has turned in the race against climate change and inspiring deeper national commitments in support of the Paris Agreement

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Sweden based Ugandan footballer faces deportation over homosexual allegations

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Ugandan young blood and Bullermyrens ik football player Patrick Mulyanti is on verge of being deported back to Uganda. The young star faces sodomy charges from 2013 before he fled the country. Patrick who is in his twenties has been oj thr run from police Police in Mengo and Wakiso over claims that he between 2012 and 2014 was luring fellow youth into committing unnatural sexual offences which are gravely criminal in this land.

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The authorities in Sweden indicate they are ready to hand him over to Uganda and the implication is deportation. According to Aftonbladet Qx Expressen a News Paper in Sweden Mulyanti qill ne handed over to police in Uganda to answer charges.

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Riham Uganda continues to support its community

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Kawempe based Riham Uganda has continued to undertake its corporate social responsibility by reaching out and assisting the people in the communities it operates in. This has been going on since the company’s inception.

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The company has reached out to communities in different parts of the country and has left an impact through extending a helping hand in different ways such as; building classroom blocks, providing educational material, contributing towards the fight against nodding disease, supporting children with disabilities, sports, protecting the environment, among others.

Riham team giving out goodies to children at the Green Festival.

Riham team giving out goodies to children at the Green Festival.

It is with this background that Riham came through to support various charity events last weekend. The Green Festival and the Fast and the Furious swimming gala with the Dolphins Swimming Club. Through participating in the Green Festival, children are encouraged to conserve the environment to ensure a green future for themselves. The festival happens annually and this year it was at the Kololo Airstrip and it attracted a great number of children who each got themselves a tree to take back home or to school and plant. This is aimed at teaching the children how to be responsible about their environment.

In the sports, Dolphin Swimming Club hosted the Fast and the Furious swimming gala at GEMS Cambridge on 1st September. The club is the most acclaimed swimming club in the country and is also home to champions and record setters. Riham has been extending it support to the club since 2014. This year, Riham contributed UGX 8 million for the gala and also awarded the best performers of the day.

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New DStv Now apps for big screen viewing

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Three new DStv Now apps have been added for lean-back viewing on big screen TVs. These apps make it possible for DStv subscribers to turn any TV in their house into an easy-to-use DStv hub without the need for a decoder. 17 August 2018: DStv Now, the internet-based service with live sports, live TV, shows and movies on Catch Up, is now available via three new lean-back apps. These apps make it possible to turn any TV in the house into an easy-to-use DStv hub without the need for a decoder. The new apps are available for the following devices: * Samsung smart TVs (selected models from 2015 onwards) * Apple TV (4th generation & newer) * Media players running Android TV (Google certified devices only) Apps are also expected to be added shortly for additional brands of smart TVs. DStv Now was launched in 2014 and originally conceived of as a mobile-first product, with apps for Android and iOS smartphones and tablets.

Over time, however, new usage cases have emerged such as providing an easy way get all of DStv content on to TVs not connected to a decoder. DStv Now is available free to all DStv customers (the specific content available is linked to the customer DStv package. With DStv Now, two different streams can be viewed on separate devices simultaneously. This means a single account can be used to watch TV via a decoder in the lounge, a movie on a tablet in the bedroom via DStv Now, and sport on another smart TV using DStv Now. It is also a great way for kids who are away from home to get the most from the family DStv subscription.

DStv Now is an OTT internet streaming video service. It is ideal when used with a high-speed uncapped home internet connection or anywhere with free WiFi access. Data usage may be charged by the ISP or mobile network.

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