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...
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...
14 Dec 2017
Eric Mwiine Mugaju continues a new series looking at African women who resisted colonial oppression.
The 20th century marked a continuation in the voic...
11 Oct 2017
Eric Mwiine Mugaju writes the first dispatch in a new series looking at African women who resisted colonial oppression.
I am embarrassed to confess tha...
13 Apr 2017
Interestingly, micro-credit companies have exploded at the same time gambling companies. Could it be that hapless debtors are turning to gambling to r...
26 Feb 2017
For Kenya, threatening to shut Dadaab was a hefty economic bargaining chip and with elections looming in the summer, Kenyatta opted to cash it in. Luc...