Last year, around this time, I took on the leadership of the Uganda Blogging Community. I must say, it was a rather scary role, seeing that I loved the background volunteering under the great inspiration of Roland. But yeah, I took it on like a winner, held my head high
So today, we kicked off our first ever online blogging workshop. We must say, the line-up of facilitators is great. The initiative is a series of workshops to help grow blog in Uganda and Africa. The first one is going to run for three days; from Wednesday 29th April to
Bloggren, the #UgBlogMonth is upon us.
Warm greetings from us to you, Bloggren.
We hope you are not too adversely affected by the COVID19 pandemic and the extension of the Lock down. We also hope you are staying safe and sanitized, because someone has got to document the brilliant stories in your mind.
In late 2017, some of the founding members of the Uganda Blogging Community sat down to formalize the community and put together a leadership structure and strategic plan to steer it to the proverbial greater heights. The glue that held the team together then was Joel Ntwatwa and when he
Hello Uganda Blogging Community.
We come with good tidings of the second blog week of 2019. And because the FOMO is that much, we are just going to blurt it out…we are doing another chain story challenge…woot-woot!! We last did one in 2017 and those that participated had so much fun
It's officially the art festival season in Uganda and August is proving to be the busiest month on the scene. It kicked off with the Bayimba Music Festival from 2 - 5th August (check out this review by Beewol) at their new home on Lake Victoria. The Babisahi Poetry Festival
To begin with, sorry for the long break and irregularity with the happy hours. We are back now and intend to be better at putting together these monthly meetups. For the May edition, the topic is photography and blogging.
With the advances in phone camera's, there's increasingly no excuse for one
Warm greetings from us to you! Is it just me or is this weather for lovers? If you’re single, I hope you’re ready to mingle?
Here’s one way to start; The clarion call here today on UgBloc is for a Blog Week on Wakanda. (Hold your horses, I know it’s over
Maskarm Haile recently published a travel memoir "Abyssinian Nomad" An African woman's Journey of Love, Loss, and Adventure from Cape to Cairo.
She is currently in Kampala to promote the book. and UgBloC is honoured to co-host a book talk and Q&A with her.
We are therefore calling out to
The Uganda Blogging Community is ecstatic to usher in March with you. Nev (RIP) continues to live on in our hearts, and we continue to celebrate him by switching up a few things here and there, with the baby that he treasured dearly.
You see, here in Wakanda, we are embracing