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
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
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
UgBloc Session Talks are quarterly talks meant to equip new and old Ugandan bloggers with necessary skills to help them become better bloggers. The trainings shall comprise and are not limited to workshops and blogging camps. The end goal, is to ensure that bloggers in the community are able to
The Gorilla Highlands (www.gorillahighlands.com/initiative; GH) bootcamp is intended to prepare and motivate the team that is expected to take GH to the next level. It was originally envisaged as a team-building exercise for MYL Holdings, the GH agents in Kigali, but we have decided to open it up to other
Join us for November's edition of the bloggers' meet-up "UBHH". We'll discuss topics ranging from "The role of the blogger", to discussing a controversial post last month about why Ugandan bloggers are not making money compared to their Kenyan counterparts and discussing themes for November's blog week. Please invite a
Travel bloggers are invited for a drinks and meat media meet at the Jumia Travel offices on 28th of October starting 6pm. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
Come meet up with Uganda's bloggers at the Atmosphere Lounge on Windsor Crescent. Date is 6th October, from 5:30pm.
During the third week of September, Kampala comes alive as a vibrant and eventful city when an unparalleled feast of music, dance, theatre, film, and visual arts from renowned and upcoming artists are brought to Kampala. The 9th edition of the Bayimba International Festival of the Arts is scheduled from
August is a very rich month for all literature lovers. In fact, August till end of year is a great time for literary events. Ugandan Arts and Literature blogger, Joel Ntwatwa shares 5 events you can look forward to between now and end of August. Find them here.