Do you have a story to tell about Uganda?
As a nation on 9th October 2017, Uganda celebrates 55 years of Independence. Usually that's a day we hope lands on a week day so we have the day off.
This year Kafunda Kreative in partnership with Uganda Blogging Community is daring you
Confession. The writer of this post had never been to The Square until yesterday. So when he got to the gate and the askari told him to enter, he paused for a moment because all he saw was a car parking and a building with three storeys. He in fact
By Ojara Andrew Charles
Storytelling has always been by people about people.
It started as one on ones; the direct result of the human ability for interaction, possession of shared versus divided lives, experiences and aspirations against the fact that we can be both inspired and intrigued by the elements of stories.
The future at any one time always seems far, however, sooner than you know it, it becomes the present.
Writing as a form of expression has been for a long time limited to established guardians. Writing as a form of expression is sacred because not everyone can do it and not
"The bad thing about cliques is . . . we're not going to get dissenting views, and that's the kind of information you need for factual judgments." - Martin Kaplan
A BBC feature on The Filter Bubble by Eli Pariser brought to our knowledge that "... users are seeing their own world
On August 3, 2016, The Daily Monitor reported that the Petroleum Directorate from the Ministry of Energy hailed the coming of four new international oil firms into the Ugandan oil world. These included “Australia’s Armour Energy Limited, WalterSmithPetroman Oil Limited, Oranto Petroleum International Ltd and Niger Delta Petroleum Resources Ltd
I love touring Uganda. I know this might sound like the worst way to open an article, but do read on…
I saw a poster on social media, a friend had shared it. The few details that stood out for me was, there would be a boat cruise, a musician from
Last Friday, 7th April 2017, we were privileged to be part of a mental health talk commemorating World Health Day hosted by Global Shapers Kampala Hub, Tumaini Foundation and supported by The Uganda Society and Uganda Blogging Community. The theme of World Health Day was Depression and we gathered at Uganda Society
I was that girl that looked forward to exams for the proof they presented that yes indeed, I'd been a good student. I know, I'm the worst. Unfortunately for me post school life doesn't present as much chance for tests and that ilk of evaluation that is why I take
How can we tell the Ugandan story without music making its way into the conversation?
The relevant videos have been known to differentiate the jokers from those who create a lasting imprint on the pages of our minds. For this reason, it was a pleasure to attend the second edition of