Col. Muhoozi Completes Strategic Military Course In South Africa

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The live-streaming on the IOC’s YouTube channel will provide exclusive digital access to the London 2012 Olympic Games in territories where digital broadcast rights have not already been acquired by the IOC’s broadcast partners:

Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brunei, Bhutan, Cambodia, East Timor, India, Indonesia, Iran, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam.

And in 44 Sub-Saharan African territories on a non-exclusive basis, including:

Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central Africa Republic.

Others are Chad, Comoros, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo and Republic of, Côte d’Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Eriteria, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia , Madagascar , Malawi , Mali, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria , Rwanda, São Tomé and Príncipe Senegal, Seychelles , Sierra Leone , Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

The IOC’s live streaming on its YouTube channel will consist of 11 different simultaneous high-definition broadcasts, all with English language commentary. There will be ten live feeds from London 2012, running 9am to 11pm (London time) (on some days, these will start early or finish later based on competition schedule), plus a 24-hour broadcast of the Olympic News Channel, which includes summaries of the latest results, general reports on different events, and interviews with athletes.

Fans will also be able to catch up on highlights and full events — all organized by the day, medal event, or the sport. The IOC channel will also continue to feature historic content from past Olympic Games.

In total, the IOC’s YouTube channel will offer over 2,200 hours of sporting event coverage from London 2012, including all the medals finals.

TimoLumme, Managing Director, IOC Television and Marketing, said “We are delighted to be able to offer live online coverage of London 2012 to sports fans free of charge across these 64 markets.

We first provided clips on our channel on YouTube during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games across the region, and since then have continued to provide footage of past Olympic Games across the world on our YouTube channel.

Now we will also be able to offer live coverage during London 2012, complementing the excellent coverage provided by our broadcast partners across the world across all media platforms.“


Claude Ruibal, YouTube Head of Sport Content Partnerships, said, “From baseball to cricket to martial arts, YouTube has become a global hub for live sports. There is no sporting event, however, more exciting or iconic than the Summer Olympics, and we are thrilled to work with the IOC to bring live coverage of these truly international Games to even more people around the world.

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find geneva;”>The Special Forces Group (SFG) Commandant completed a six-months training course at the South African National Defence College.

The President, who joined various invited guests at the ceremony, was accompanied by the First Lady who is also the Minister for Karamoja Affairs Janet Museveni, the Women MP for Ngora Hon. Jackline Amongin and Hon Nelson Sabila from Bukwo district.

They had earlier been received at Lanseria International Airport by the Thabang Makwetla the Deputy Minister of Defence and Military Veterans.

Others at the airport to receive him included Uganda’s High Commissioner to Pretoria Mr. Kweronda Ruhemba, Military Attache Brigadier Steven Kashaka and other Senior South African army officers.

Col. Muhoozi who completed the prestigious military course that involved reading, lectures, discussions about national security trends on the continent and various fields of study in the social, economic and security fields among others will return home after six months of training.

The ceremony saw parents and spouses join the grandaunts of the 25th intake of Executive National Security programme.

At the graduation ceremony, President Museveni and his wife were accompanied by the South African Minister for Monitoring and Evaluation in the Presidency, Mr. Collins Chabane, who presented each of the grandaunts with their certificates to formally mark the completion of the course during a dinner hosted by the college authorities in honour of the grandaunts, their parents and spouses.

Minister Chabane commended President Museveni, the Government of Uganda under the National Resistance Movement and the people of Uganda for the assistance extended to the South African Freedom Movement struggle.

He said that South Africa will never forget the immense contributions that Uganda made towards the liberation of their country.

“Our people and the ANC government will never forget that committed contribution. It was critical in the liberation of our country and we are indebted to you for the realization of our independence in 1994,” he said.

Uganda hosted several African National Congress fighters during the liberation of South Africa against Apartheid.

Earlier, President Museveni met and held discussions with a group of investors from Tublar Modular Tracks, a South African based company that has expressed interest in participating in the development of Uganda’s railways system.

The meeting was held at the Sheraton Hotel in Pretoria.


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