I buried my father on Zoom. Was I laying my culture to rest?
Uganda Doom’s Day massacre: Almost 1,000 dead, 20 years pass...
Virtual reality and poverty stereotypes: handle with care
Dear Diary: Volunteering at Yoga for Africa
Meet Katoto, Museveni’s big fan
Why internalised whiteness remains a reality in various blac...
23 Jul 2020
Eric Mwiine Mugaju
First Published by Mail & Guardian
After a five-year unexplained hiatus, one of Uganda’s most famous cartoon characters is back on TV. Katoto hasn’t c...
First Published by the Mail and Guardian
"If decent language has not been used to effect change on behalf of Ugandans, of what use is it"?
22 Jul 2020
“The most powerful weapon in the hands of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed”.
When Chumani Maxwele, a black South African student, threw a bu...
7 May 2020
As I watch my father’s casket being lowered into the grave from thousands of kilometres away
in a London flat, I wonder what my dad would have made of...
18 Apr 2020
It’s the time of year again when pilgrims complete their journey to Namugongo, to pay their respects to long-dead Christian converts who suffered publ...
17 Mar 2020
It’s 23:59 31st December 1999, the world has not ended and, computers are still functioning. But inside the church in Kanungu, a small town in Western...