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Davis Mugume

Mugume Davis Rwakaringi is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of the Nile Fortune Magazine, a business magazine about the Nile basin region. As a multimedia media journalist, Mugume has worked with different local and international media organisations including Voice of America, Active Nation, and the Rwanda News Agency, covering political, social and economic stories. He as well covered the Sudan general elections, the referendum and consequently the Independence of South Sudan. He is a law graduate from the University of Rwanda and has been practicing journalism for about ten years. Mugume describes himself as a “daring journalist” for whom journalism is passion.

Chimpanzees in Kibale National Park. (photo: The Niles | Mugume Davis)
Resource depletion
No forest, no wildlife, no business
23.04.2019  |  Economy
Boats near the Aswan Dam in Egypt. (photo: Unsplash | Hamed Taha)
A case for unity
22.03.2019  |  Politics
Loaded: lorries are often loaded above capacity to maximise profits. (photo: The Niles | Mugume Davis)
Business across borders
10.08.2018  |  Economy
The Nile Basin annual fresh fish production is estimated at 3 million tons. (photo: The Niles | Mugume Davis)
Combating illegal fishing
Can fishing survive as a way of life along the River Nile?
7.03.2018  |  Economy
Transporting people and goods on the Nile is an important source of income for many entrepreneurs living along the river. (photo: The Niles | Mugume Davis)
Fast and convenient
Is the Nile still an important transport route?
5.03.2018  |  Economy
South Sudan’s flag among other African flags in Kigali, Rwanda, July 13, 2016.                        (photo: The Niles | Davis Mugume)
5/Work: The torture of being idle
A continent united
22.12.2016  |  Archive
A photo of the cover of Akol Miyen Kuol’s book ‘The Last Train’. (photo: The Niles | Mugume Davis)
‘The Last Train’
9.05.2016  |  Archive