Solomon Serwanjja is an award winning investigative journalist currently working at NBS TV in Uganda as an senior investigative reporter and News Anchor. He an anchor for the prime news bulletin NBS LIVEAT9.He is also the Executive Director of the African Institute for Investigative Journalism, (AIIJ) an organization that conducts training and capacity building of investigative Journalists. He is the 2019 BBC World News Komla Dumor Award. He has worked with the BBC Headquarters in London as a producer on the BBC AFRICA EYE desk. He worked as a producer during his stay at the BBC. His professional work has been appreciated by the African Centre for Media Excellence (ACME). He is a 15 time award winning journalist with accolades from ACME, Uganda Gender Media Awards, Radio and Television award, and Makerere University. Between 2012 and 2014, he served as an Investigative reporter and anchor for NTV Uganda and Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) Tv the national broadcaster. He bears 12 years of experience in conducting impactful investigative stories. He holds a Masters degree in Communication and Journalism from Makerere University, a holder of a Post Graduate Diploma in Investigative Journalism from Makerere University. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Makerere University. He is a United Nations Reham Al-Farra Journalism 2018 fellow, a highly competitive and prestigious 4 weeks intensive course on covering the United Nations. He is a fellow with the Institute of African Communicators, a member of the Uganda Journalism Association, and Association of Investigative Journalists in Uganda. He has been a resource person at international media workshops/trainings in London, United Kingdom (May 2015), Nairobi, Kenya (August 2015) and the latest in Johannesburg, South Africa (October 2017 and 2019) where he was invited as a speaker and participant at the Global Investigative Journalism Conference.
Hands of stone is s story that shows how environmental degradation is happening in Uganda ,why it happens, and who engages in it.
Many of us take our car to the washing bays to be cleaned up at least once or twice a week. But have you ever noticed a change in your fuel gauge after washing your car. I reveal how your fuel could be stolen from a washing bay and why you never know.
"Taken and Never Returned" Solomon Sserwanjja unravels the mystery surrounding the booming trade of adoption in Uganda. Legal experts speak about the options that Stuart Bukenya's parents have of getting their child back.
This special report highlights the different challenges Uganda faces in its fight against Cancer
This Investigation uncovers the murky world of drugs that are sold on the Ugandan black market involving Police officers.
Everyone in Uganda is entitled to free medicine to combat killer diseases like malaria. Despite Government efforts to improve access to essential medicines, a significant number of people have to use private facilities because of frequent stockouts.