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Meet Katoto, Museveni’s big fan
I buried my father on Zoom. Was I laying my culture to rest?
Zuma must fall: corruption and state capture in South Africa
South Africans appear to have finally lost patience with long-beleaguered president Jacob Zuma. Mass protests against him have been occurrin
Why the betrayal of South Sudan’s leaders and neighbours spells failure for ‘African solutions’
Hopes were high when in 2010, the world’s youngest country voted for independence from Sudan. Yet, South Sudan has spent more than half of i
Is development aid the solution to Africa's problems?
Portrayals of Africa as ‘The Dark Continent’ thankfully seem to have dwindled: the continent’s next challenge is to shrug off the shackles o
A word from The Pastor
I, Father Tumuliisa, must send a message to our beloved flock on the subject of paying thanks. I don't want to shame anybody into paying
Young, male and living by the dice in Kampala
Interestingly, micro-credit companies have exploded at the same time gambling companies. Could it be that hapless debtors are turning to gam
Police shootings and a mad-dog force are the legacies of impunity in Kenya
On Friday the 31st of March, a Kenyan police officer brutally shot dead two gang members in Nairobi’s Eastleigh district. Footage of the inc