By Ernest Bazanye
Fifty five years.
Fifty five years ago there was no Uganda.
One flag went down another flag went up and now look.
Fifty five years later.
I'm proud of us. I can say I am proud of our history.
I mean, I know we have had a bogus history. It's been shit. These
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 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 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
By Emmanuel Kasomi
The earth in itself cannot contain it
It has seen her through all the huddles
It has bore the shame and the treachery she’s gone through:
All her ups and downs.
And finally, her day has come
To stand forth and feel proud about all the misfortunes
Because to these she credits her strength,
This post is a response to the post "Be Woman, Be" by Andrew Ojara.
By Jessica Layado
My dear man, oh what faith you have in woman! What privilege to read your thoughts! I don't think it's a question of what woman is capable of doing because like you say- woman is
By Andrew Ojara Charles
You see leadership is not really like make-up. You don't wear it and ask if you look good with it. You wear it and tell the world how good you look. You take the reigns and if your society buys it, they follow. If they disagree, they
By Denise Kavuma
It’s a fact widely known that I live in a bubble. I do. It’s a beauteous creation, moulded by my own mind and brought into existence by a need to experience some happiness, as fleeting as it might be. Rarely do I consider this world hell but sometimes…