Christmas means a lot of things to many people. To some its gifts, change of closet, food, drinks, family time, village chronicles, thankful celebrations, church, Philly Bongole Lutaaya’s songs, Christmas carols, fasting, snow, cartoons, theaters plays, recreational activities, Christmas tree decorations and to some people it doesn’t mean a thing.
I am way in over my feels today. It could be because I have been listening to Tracy Chapman endlessly or because Kirabo has managed to string my heart along for her dandelion tales. I'm not sure. Sometimes it's hard to decipher the cause of such melancholy, but Kahill sheds some
Last week 1st - 7th August 2016, we prompted the Ugandan bloggers to write about ‘New Beginning’. If you don’t know about these weekly prompts read this.
It was a busy week filled with events, and some bloggers didn’t get time to respond to the prompt and some are in preparation
Have you been to Kampala old taxi park (Read: Park Enkadde) before? Or you haven’t been there, but you have heard about it, no? This week (25th – 31st July 2016) the Uganda blogging community is blogging about the Park Enkadde –thoughts, stories, rants, experiences, name it.
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Uganda Bloggers Community is a shared initiative of bloggers in Uganda to improve the blogging and overall social media sphere in the country. It aims to do this by equipping and training bloggers with necessary skills (technical, ethical and professional) as well as providing a platform for sharing of ideas