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In recent years there have been huge advancements in GIS as a technology and as a science.Previously, GIS was critiqued as a segregating science used exclusively by geospatial experts.It presents a case study methodology for the development and testing of a web GIS that can be optimised for smartphones and tablets so that communities can access updated information while using the dam, which is rated as dangerous, for fishing or other recreational activity.I’d never really considered Muzungu / Ugandan relationships in that light, and then I thought – with a pang – of the guy I’d been seeing on and off for a year.Perhaps that’s why I like the Rasta look on some men: I like a man who’s not afraid to stand up for himself when challenged.In Uganda, Rastas or ‘Rasta lookalikes’ symbolise non-conformism. – we come from societies where self-expression through your personal image is quite normal, encouraged even. Rasta refers (incorrectly) to “any person having dreadlocks.” “True Rastafarians believe that Ethiopia’s Emperor Haile Selassie a.k.a. Rastafarianism is a common religion amongst black Jamaicans and deeply rooted in African culture.Having dreadlocks or being dark-skinned does not define your “Africaness” – but maybe the ‘first time to Africa’ Muzungu hasn’t worked that out yet?On Facebook, Tio commented “It’s all about perceptions of “exoticness”, which is why you have Bazungu women falling all over themselves for Masaai men, drape, spear and all.” One attraction of the Rasta is that they’re easy for us Bazungu to recognise them. Because with their shaved heads, every Ugandan man can look the same from a distance – at least when you first arrive in the country.
Indeed, innovations such as open source and internet based packages like Google Earth and Open Street Map as well as mobile navigation devices have already popularised the importance of geospatial data.
Personally, I like big hair anyway (I guess us white ladies are used to guys with hair!
) After four years, each black face is as different to me as every white one but when I first came to Uganda, I couldn’t remember who was who. ” That didn’t help much, as I soon learned Ugandan ladies like to DRAMATICALLY change their hairstyle every couple of weeks!
This study sought to investigate one way of providing up-to-date maps to fishermen and tourists using dams in South Africa.
The paper reports on a pilot case study in the use of web based GIS service for mapping on the Theewaterskloof dam in South Africa.The Rastas stand out, they are easy to spot in the crowd.