I need a freelancer I am a freelancer Pricing

Dalton Kaweesa

Kampala, Uganda
Book Dalton with Paydesk
See how it works

Book Dalton with Paydesk

Make your booking securely through paydesk for these benefits:

1

Preferred Booking Channel

Dalton is more likely to commit to assignments booked through paydesk, as it is a trusted platform that validates the seriousness and legitimacy of each engagement.
2

Insured Bookings for Peace of Mind

We provide basic insurance coverage with each booking on paydesk, giving both you and the media professional confidence and protection while they work for you.
3

Effortless Online Payment

Paydesk offers a payment protection system to ensure payments are only finalized when you are satisfied with the job completion. Freelancers trusts our process that guarantees their efforts are rewarded upon successful delivery of services

Still have questions?

Check FAQ
About Dalton
Dalton Kaweesa is a journalist based in Kampala, Uganda.
He is an experienced multi media journalist whose expertise covers  Radio, Television and Print. He has deeper understanding of issues in the Great Lakes region spanning over 10 years.

Dalton is currently a News Producer with the biggest media House in Uganda  -  NBS Television.
Languages
English
Services
Live Reporting
Skills
Politics
Portfolio

President Museveni takes helm of Non-Aligned Movement

19 Jan 2024  |  nilepost.co.ug
Uganda's President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has been elected as the new Chairman of the Non-Aligned Movement during the 19th NAM heads of state summit. He succeeds Azerbaijan, which has led the organization since 2019. In his acceptance speech, Museveni highlighted the need for unity and solidarity among developing nations and emphasized the Movement's potential influence at the United Nations. His leadership is anticipated to address global challenges and advocate for the interests of NAM's 120 member states.

Ugandan Embassy in Pretoria to Hold First Ever Diaspora Convention

13 Nov 2023  |  allafrica.com
The Uganda High Commission in Pretoria has announced the first-ever Ugandan diaspora convention in Southern Africa, scheduled for November 18-19, 2023. The event, organized in conjunction with the Confederation of Ugandans in Southern Africa, aims to enhance unity among Ugandans in the region and attract investment. Ambassador Paul Amoru highlighted the convention's potential for fostering collaboration and promoting business opportunities. The convention will feature keynote speeches, entertainment, and the inauguration of COUSA, along with the launch of the Diaspora High Achiever Awards. The High Commission has been working to strengthen Uganda-Southern Africa relations, with successful events and initiatives such as the implementation of an e-passport online system, which has increased travel to Uganda.

African governments, Huawei explore future of digital infrastructure, Uganda lauded for NBI project

25 Oct 2023  |  nilepost.co.ug
ICT sector experts and African government leaders convened in Cape Town for the Africacom2023 conference, focusing on building future-oriented digital infrastructure for Africa. The event, powered by Huawei Technologies, featured keynotes emphasizing the need for policy alignment and collaboration among African nations. Huawei's Sub-Saharan Africa President, Leo Chen, highlighted Uganda's successful National Broadband Backbone network, which has significantly improved government services. The conference underscored the importance of digital infrastructure in fostering innovation and economic development across the continent.

Enhancing health services is crucial for improving the quality of life in Uganda

23 Oct 2023  |  nilepost.co.ug
To improve the quality of life in Uganda, it is essential to enhance health services, especially in rural areas. Strategies include building healthcare facilities with adequate resources, implementing telemedicine, training community health workers, prioritizing maternal and child health, organizing mobile clinics, expanding health insurance schemes, developing health information systems, establishing emergency medical services, respecting local cultural practices, and seeking sustainable funding. Collaboration among government, NGOs, healthcare professionals, and communities is vital.

Uganda: Deputy Speaker Tayebwa Cautions MPs On Decorum, Dressing Code

19 Oct 2023  |  allafrica.com
Deputy Speaker Thomas Tayebwa addressed Uganda's Parliament, emphasizing the importance of decorum and adherence to the House's rules, including a strict dress code and conduct guidelines. He outlined specific rules regarding behavior and attire, banning casual clothing and disruptive actions during sessions. Additionally, the House paid tribute to the victims of a recent attack by suspected ADF rebels in Queen Elizabeth National Park, which resulted in the deaths of two tourists and a Ugandan guide.

Ethiopia's Envoy To Uganda, Central Africa, Union of Comoros, Seychelles and Burundi Presents Credentials To President Ndayishimiye

12 Oct 2023  |  nilepost.co.ug
Ambassador Etsegenet Yimenu Bezabih of Ethiopia presented her credentials to Burundi's President Evariste Ndayishimiye in Bujumbura. She conveyed warm regards from Ethiopia's President Salhe-Work Zewde and a request to establish a diplomatic mission in Bujumbura. Ambassador Etsegenet, who is also the envoy to Uganda, Central Africa, Union of Comoros, and Seychelles, resides in Kampala and was accompanied by embassy officials. The presentation aimed to strengthen bilateral relations, following a similar credential presentation to Uganda's President Museveni a month prior.

Gov’t to turn UICT into continental centre of excellence, says Minister Baryomunsi

06 Oct 2023  |  nilepost.co.ug
The Ugandan government plans to transform the Uganda Institute of Information and Communications Technology (UICT) into a continental center of excellence, aiming to attract students from across Africa. Minister for ICT and National Guidance, Dr. Chris Baryomunsi, emphasized the institute's role in the country's digital transformation agenda, highlighting its importance in providing digital skills training. The Ministry of ICT, led by Permanent Secretary Dr. Aminah Zawedde, supports this initiative, recognizing the critical role of ICT in Uganda's development. UICT Principal Dr. Fredrick E. Kitoogo encouraged graduates to leverage their skills for innovation and continuous learning in the rapidly evolving technology landscape.

UN Secretary General calls for reform of the global financial system

05 Oct 2023  |  nilepost.co.ug
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, speaking at the G77+China summit in Kampala, called for immediate reform of the global financial system, criticizing the outdated Bretton Woods institutions. He proposed a $500 billion annual 'SDG stimulus' to support sustainable development and climate action in developing countries, addressing their debt burdens and promoting a sustainable future. His call reflects growing frustration among developing nations and could unify their demands for change.

2024 Data Privacy campaign launched

01 Oct 2023  |  nilepost.co.ug
The Minister for ICT and National Guidance, Dr. Chris Baryomunsi, has launched the 2024 Data Privacy Campaign in anticipation of Data Protection and Privacy Day on January 28. He encouraged Ugandans to participate in the campaign's activities.

In this Special Report 'Its Politics Stupid' we uncover the leadership crisis and accountability failures, in Uganda's oldest political party, Democratic Party (DP) , aspects that are threatening it's stay on the political map.

×

Dalton's confirmed information

Financial institution
Verified Sep 2023
Phone number
Verified Sep 2023
Joined
Sep 2023

Log in