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...
2 Apr 2017
n 2015 I travelled to Uganda for Christmas. At Entebbe airport waiting in line for arrivals, I started talking to the woman next to me. She was Uganda...
25 Mar 2017
One government spokesman said on the shortage of care “it’s an undeniable fact. There is a severe shortage of care- I for one don’t care about the fat...
20 Mar 2017
Dear diary, I've only been in Africa for a day and I already think I'm in love with this place! The people are so gracious and genuinely happy...
17 Mar 2017
We ask two writers what they think about how the world remembers their country's most famous leaders. Idi Amin and Jomo Kenyatta are both controve...
10 Mar 2017
Kwame Sipul Otiende
At the same time, the colonial argument can't be taken at face value. There are many Kenyan politicians who are ready to exploit the rhetoric for...
...The decision to provide foreign aid is, and has always been, a self-serving policy. Britain gives aid to Africa because it protects British interes...