Makerere Made Juice Making Machine, Mulimi Tractor Shine at CBS Pewosa Expo

Where as CBS radio station was celebrating 20 years of existence in Buganda from Wankulukuku, Makerere University used the chance to showcase its ground-breaking innovations in technology.

During the CBS Pewosa expo that kicked of on June 16 and is to end on June 24, Makerere's Prof William Kyamuhangire and Peter Walusimbi Kagole who is an engineer, a tractor operator and the mobile plant attendant, stole the match when they unveiled the juice making machine

It is intended to help thousands of small scale farmers increase their incomes from fruits they grow.

The Cost Of Over Using Cell Phones, Why Its Worrying

Cell phones have become a necessity for many people throughout the world. The ability to keep in touch with family, friends, business associates and access to Email are some of the reasons for the rising importance of phones.

And with the emergence of Smart phones, cell phones are not only capable of receiving and placing calls, but also access internet, act as cameras, recorders and one can even access Television  and radio on that phone

Mak student develops application to detect crime

Students showcasing their application. source: Department of geomatics website



A student of surveying at Makerere University has developed a web based system to document cases of crime across the country.

The application developed by Collin Ssesanga is a web based geographical information system that uses Google maps and satellite in locating crime hotspots and crime scenes.