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Who is Jane Musoke-NteyafasWho is Jane Musoke-Nteyafas

"For a long time beauty has been characterized by constricted stifling stereotypes. The time has come to change that and challenge that. I am challenging that through my art and writing."

Jane Musoke-Nteyafas

For more on Jane Musoke-Nteyafas go to www.nteyafas.com and read our articles by Jane Musoke-Nteyafas


Jane Musoke-Nteyafas: Painting Africa in CanadaJane Musoke-Nteyafas: Painting Africa in CanadaShe is a sworn workaholic.
Ugandan Visual Artists: Meet Benon LutaayaUgandan Visual Artists: Meet Benon LutaayaI believe there's something for everyone if we dare to seriously x-ray for it.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #2 Wansi Wagulu by Krazy NativeUGPulse.com Top 30: #2 Wansi Wagulu by Krazy Native
FDJ Glue, Bataka Squad, Krazie Native, Brett Mazurek, Rah P, Sylvester and Abrams... some of the names you can't leave out when it comes to conscious Hip Hop in Uganda.
Uganda's International Stars - Part 3Uganda's International Stars - Part 3
UGPulse's list of the most notable Ugandans in Diaspora.
One on One with Juliane Bitek, Author, Poet and Daughter of the Legendary Okot p'BiteKOne on One with Juliane Bitek, Author, Poet and Daughter of the Legendary Okot p'BiteK
To answer the question about who Okot p'Bitek was really like you'd have to ask Peter Lehman who recently received his PhD under the supervision of Ngugi wa Thiongo, another close family friend.
One on One with Namugenyi Kiwanuka: Uganda's Greatest Television Personality In The DiasporaOne on One with Namugenyi Kiwanuka: Uganda's Greatest Television Personality In The Diaspora
Women are very important to the economic development of any African nation. They are the backbone of the home.
One on One with Businesswoman and Philanthropist Ida HornerOne on One with Businesswoman and Philanthropist Ida Horner
Women are very important to the economic development of any African nation. They are the backbone of the home.
Meet Ugandan Musician ZaniMeet Ugandan Musician Zani

Angela Crystal Newman-Kavulu: Uganda's Hottest Radio PersonalityAngela Crystal Newman-Kavulu: Uganda's Hottest Radio Personality
I know I've said this often, but radio is my passion. Seriously... I get to chat, laugh, share bits of my life with listeners and enjoy being part of a family.
Patricia Bebia Mawa: One Of Canada's Most Powerful African Televison PersonalitiesPatricia Bebia Mawa: One Of Canada's Most Powerful African Televison Personalities
We look for people that will inspire the community. Ordinary people, doing extraordinary things.
Stella Atal: Uganda's Fast Moving DesignerStella Atal: Uganda's Fast Moving Designer
My designs are very different from what the Ugandan market offers. My fashions are authentically African.
Rachel Magoola: Busoga's Music Diva and AmbassadressRachel Magoola: Busoga's Music Diva and Ambassadress

Book Review - Success is Around the Corner Written by H. E. Boney M. KatatumbaBook Review - Success is Around the Corner Written by H. E. Boney M. Katatumba
Above all, this book is dedicated to the people I think need it most- the youths of the world. For in them lies the key to our future. Hopefully, they can adopt the philosophy I share in this book to create an even better world for all.

I have been fortunate to have travelled to over a hundred different countries as Chairman G77 CCI. It is my conclusion that the youths are basically the same the world over. Their aspirations are often ignored as they struggle to find a niche in this sometimes cold and difficult world. Against the social, educational and political imbalances of societies in which they find themselves, they battle on, ever determined to make their voices heard.
- B.M. Katatumba
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Phad A RhymzUgandan Musicians: Meet Phad A Rhymz

Steven Olema - Uganda's Most Prolific BodybuilderSteven Olema - Uganda's Most Prolific Bodybuilder
He counts himself as the only self-trained body builder in Canada to go all the way to the national level.
1 on 1 with Herbert Kinobe1 on 1 with Herbert Kinobe

Uganda's International Stars - Part 2Uganda's International Stars - Part 2Jane continues with UGPulse's list of the most notable Ugandans in Diaspora.
Ugandan Comedians: Meet Arthur Simeon Omaset - The BishopUgandan Comedians: Meet Arthur Simeon Omaset - The Bishop
"When I finally got the guts to step up on a stage, I did okay and the MC asked me to return."
UGPulse Shines at the Nyaka Eire! Concert 2008UGPulse Shines at the Nyaka Eire! Concert 2008
The much-awaited Nyaka Eire! Concert was a resounding success.
Uganda's International Stars - Part 1Uganda's International Stars - Part 1UGPulse's list of the most notable Ugandans in Diaspora.
One on One with Rosemary Chileshe - Miss Zambia 2007One on One with Rosemary Chileshe - Miss Zambia 2007
Her commitment towards charity work through organizations such as the Red Cross, UNICEF, House of Hope and many more organisations has made her gain recognition and win awards such as the GAB Award (Gathering of Africa's Best) in recognition of her HIV/AIDS charity work.
Ugandan Artists: Meet 3D Artist/Animator Solomon JagweUgandan Artists: Meet 3D Artist/Animator Solomon Jagwe

"Art, to me, is such a joy. It enables me to express myself in ways I never could with mere speech. I am able to mount to heights un-inhabited by bounds and limitations. The poetry of colour and sometimes the lack there of, feeds that river that provides the life of creativity. I would be a quibbler if I said art is but a small part of my world. So I will let the wings of my mind soar and float on the breeze of imagination."

Solomon Jagwe


Invisible Children - The MovieInvisible Children - The Movie
Jacob from Invisible Children - "I have nothing... We don't have anything to do with food... so it is better when you kill us. And if possible you can kill us, you kill us."
One on One with Kassim 'The Dream' Ouma - Uganda's Celebrity BoxerOne on One with Kassim 'The Dream' Ouma - Uganda's Celebrity Boxer
"If I wasn't boxing and was in Uganda, I'd probably still be a soldier. However, in America, if I were not boxing, I would be in the movies. The big screen. Action, drama, I got it all." - Kassim Ouma
Miss East Africa UK Winner Maureen Nyakaira: She Just had to Win! Miss East Africa UK Winner Maureen Nyakaira: She Just had to Win!
The Mission Ahead is Nothing New for this beauty. From Medical Physics to an established record in charity work, Maureen had it all.

I will have to put myself and my ego out of the picture and focus entirely on the children...
Coming to Uganda: Mirembe Campbell's Surge to the TopComing to Uganda: Mirembe Campbell's Surge to the Top
Of course I am an asset to Uganda. That is my motherland; the home of my people, and the country where all of my mother's people were born. I will be travelling to UG in January and will be working directly with children in the village of Katante among other villages. Katante is important to me, as this is the home of my mother's people. I will give back to UG as much as possible. I know how proud the UG community is of me, and I thank them so much for their constant support...
Juliana Kanyomozi: Our Tooro PrincessJuliana Kanyomozi: Our Tooro Princess

Princess Faith Rukidi of BunyoroPrincess Faith Rukidi of Bunyoro
"I would love to hear from other respectful modeling companies."
Ugandan Writers: One on One with Monica Arac de Nyeko, 2007 Caine Prize WinnerUgandan Writers: One on One with Monica Arac de Nyeko, 2007 Caine Prize Winner
"I see myself as part of the new generation of African writers seeking an imperative voice in Africa today."
Iryn Namubiru: Wants to be Known for her Humanitarian EffortsIryn Namubiru: Wants to be Known for her Humanitarian Efforts

Karama Umuntu's Florence AbwoyoKarama Umuntu's Florence Abwoyo
UK-based Florence Abwoyo is launching lifestyle magazine - Karama Umuntu.
Her Name is OmegaHer Name is Omega

Ugandan Artists: Meet Jude KateeteUgandan Artists: Meet Jude Kateete

"The way forward is the need for young people, as it is for the old, to be conscious of the times in which we live and what those times dictate. I am my brother's keeper. You too are your brother/sister's keeper. We are everyone another's keeper. Watch your steps watch your backs and join the fight against armed conflicts. It's everyone's fight, and everyone's business, and THE TIME TO ACT IS NOW."

Jude Kateete


1 on 1 with Isaiah Katumwa, the Saxophone Wizard of Uganda1 on 1 with Isaiah Katumwa, the Saxophone Wizard of Uganda

1 on 1 with Krazy Native aka Saba Saba, Slowly Conquering the USA1 on 1 with Krazy Native aka Saba Saba, Slowly Conquering the USA
Uganda Music Clips
Bataka Underground Listen to Babuzze

Listen to Bataka Underground

1 on 1 with Ugandan Radio & TV Presenter, Magazine Editor Lee Kasumba1 on 1 with Ugandan Radio & TV Presenter, Magazine Editor Lee Kasumba

Music Clips
K'naan Watch K'naan's
Kicked Pushed


Ugandan Artists: Meet Sylvia KatendeUgandan Artists: Meet Sylvia Katende
"This experience (in the art world) has enabled me to develop my artistic expressions and in strengthening and promoting other people's talents and interests."
Sylvia Katende
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Sarah NdagireUgandan Musicians: Meet Sarah Ndagire
Uganda Music Clips
Sarah Ndagire Listen to Peter

Listen to Katitiira

Listen to Olikoma Eyo

Watch Katitiira

Watch Olikoma Eyo


Read another interview with Sarah Ndagire
1 on 1 with Music Uganda's Julie Erusa Nattabi1 on 1 with Music Uganda's Julie Erusa Nattabi
The new face of Music Uganda.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet TShaka Mayanja a.k.a. WinstonUgandan Musicians: Meet TShaka Mayanja a.k.a. Winston
Uganda Music Clips
Tshaka Mayanja Listen to Nze Wendi

Listen to Jangu Nkakase

Listen to Omubeezi Wo

Listen to Let's Make a baby

Listen to Mazima Niinze

Listen to Nkomyeewo

Listen to Reggaeology

More from REGGAEOLOGY - Chapter 1: Bass After Dark

Ugandan Musicians: Meet Mariam NdagireUgandan Musicians: Meet Mariam Ndagire
Uganda Music Clips
Mariam Ndagire Watch Bakikakasse

Watch Abakazi Twalaba

Ugandan Musicians: Meet Maurice KiryaUgandan Musicians: Meet Maurice Kirya
Uganda Music Clips
Maurice Kirya Listen to National Anthems

Listen to Beera Naabo

Listen to Njagala Gwe

Ugandas Chameleone at UKs MOBO AwardsUgandas Chameleone at UKs MOBO AwardsUgandan talent acknowledged in UK music industry.
1 on 1 with Fashionista Busingye Matsiko1 on 1 with Fashionista Busingye Matsiko
"I am a believer of improving Africas image by selling ourselves as Africas ambassadors."
Bavubuka Soon to Shake the Music Industry in Uganda: Meet Aaron EltonBavubuka Soon to Shake the Music Industry in Uganda: Meet Aaron Elton


I've never been to a place that accepted fake singers as a norm...

Every kid in the world represents a potentially amazing and powerful individual. We are going to do everything we can to show them that potential within themselves.


Ugandan Writers: Meet Nancy Oloro RobartsUgandan Writers: Meet Nancy Oloro Robarts
"Most of my plays on the emancipation of women; I was raised to believe that men and women are equal in the sight of God."
1 on 1 with Mutiple Award-Winning Ugandan Writer Doreen Baingana1 on 1 with Mutiple Award-Winning Ugandan Writer Doreen Baingana
"My final major inspiration is that I want to record the variety that exists of the African experience, especially the African female experience. For instance, I grew up under the Idi Amin regime, but I had a happy childhood. This is hardly ever reflected anywhere in print."
1 on 1 with Ugandan Singer/ Songwriter Tshila1 on 1 with Ugandan Singer/ Songwriter Tshila
Uganda Music Clips
Tshila Listen to Buli Shensi Nhola

Listen to Ca Suffit

Listen to Scientific Love

1 on 1 with Ugandan Singer/ Songwriter Angella Katatumba1 on 1 with Ugandan Singer/ Songwriter Angella Katatumba
Uganda Music Clips
Angella Katatumba Listen to Let Me

Listen to Peace
featuring Butchaman


Watch Peace

Watch I Live for You

Watch For You Gulu

Watch Let Me

1 on 1 with Ugandan Actress Mirembe Campbell1 on 1 with Ugandan Actress Mirembe Campbell
"I would love to represent Ugandan products!"
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Susan Naava Lyon-Asaba aka Suzaana of MilestoneUgandan Musicians: Meet Susan Naava Lyon-Asaba aka Suzaana
Uganda Music Clips
Suzaana of Milestone Listen to Bakyam Kyam

Listen to Kampala

Listen to Kyana Gwe

Watch Dembe Lyo

African Writers: Meet South African Writer/Filmmaker Zachariah Rapola African Writers: Meet South African Writer/Filmmaker Zachariah Rapola
Soak your self in the sun while it shines on you for tomorrow it will shine on others.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Ibrahim Lwanga  CEO of Milestone EntertainmentUgandan Musicians: Meet Ibrahim Lwanga CEO of Milestone Entertainment
Uganda Music Clips
Ibrahim Lwanga  CEO of Milestone Entertainment Listen to Dem Nuh Like We

Listen to So Stress ft Luther Martin Kintu

Listen to Nappblack (1997) ft Shiney Dayz

Watch Dembe Lyo

1 on 1 with Abdul Kalema Kimbugwe, Ugandan North American Association (UNAA) President  1 on 1 with Abdul Kalema Kimbugwe UNAA President
"I call upon each talent in every one of us; the professionals, entrepreneurs, artists, scientists, politicians and all, to come forward with ideas and resources to make UNAA that formidable force to reckon with."
Nyaka School for Orphans: One Man's Vision and Inexhaustible DeterminationNyaka School for Orphans: One Man's Vision and Inexhaustible Determination
The mission of the school is to provide quality, free education and extracurricular activities, both formal and informal, to children who have been orphaned due to HIV/AIDS as a means to counteract pervasive hunger, poverty, and systemic deprivation.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Malichi Male of Imperial AllstarsUgandan Musicians: Meet Malichi Male of Imperial Allstars
Uganda Music Clips
Malichi Male of Imperial Allstars Listen to See You Again

Listen to What Would You Do?

Ugandan Musicians: Meet Sandra Akiiki of MilestoneUgandan Musicians: Meet Sandra Akiiki of Milestone
Uganda Music Clips
Akiiki of Milestone Listen to Kino Kika

Listen to Despi

Listen to Dembe Lyo

Watch Dembe Lyo

African Artists: Meet Dancer/Choreographer Saba Alemayehu AsfawAfrican Artists: Meet Dancer/Choreographer Saba Alemayehu Asfaw
"In North America, most people have been exposed to various types of West African Dance, which are unique and beautiful. Nouvel Exposé's goal is to show that there is more to Africa than what people frequently see. We do this by performing and teaching such dances as Ethiopian, Congolese and Eritrean."
African Artists: Meet Filmmaker Feyrouz AbdulrahmanAfrican Artists: Meet Filmmaker Feyrouz Abdulrahman
Don't wait for things to happen, make them happen.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Beatrice Byakika aka BeatrixUgandan Musicians: Meet Beatrice Byakika aka Beatrix
Uganda's music scene is definitely growing.
Angelina Jolie's Passion For AfricaAngelina Jolie's Passion For Africa
Angelina Jolie's interview with Anderson Cooper.
African Writers: Meet Mary KimaniAfrican Writers: Meet Mary Kimani
Rwanda for me is a very enigmatic place. It is a place that has touched me very deeply... so deeply that I think I can never quite tear myself away...
Ugandan Artists: Meet Photographer Roshan KarmaliUgandan Artists: Meet Photographer Roshan Karmali
With my work I would really like to help women feel more in control of their destinies and fight for their freedom to achieve their own personal goals within life.
Ugandan Writers: Meet Patrick MangeniUgandan Writers: Meet Patrick Mangeni
Of Makerere University:
I will use the analogy of a family head who leaves 500/= at home for the days needs and on return peers over the available supper and asks "I do not see any meat on this plate. What is happening to this home?"
Ugandan Artists: Meet Samuel KakaireUgandan Artists: Meet Samuel Kakaire
He is the only Ugandan visual who has married ancient Russian-Byzantine culture with Ugandan culture.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Joseph Ssematimba aka JosematUgandan Musicians: Meet Joseph Ssematimba aka Josemat
Uganda Music Clips
Josemat Listen Akasolo

Listen Nsiza Oyo

Listen Lwaki

Listen Lutulya

Listen Komawo


Ugandan Musicians: Meet Alex Kirya aka Krazy NativeUgandan Musicians: Meet Alex Kirya aka Krazy Native
Uganda Music Clips
Krazy Native Listen Tuja Babya

Listen Eno ye ensi
by Bataka Underground


Listen Wansi Wagulu


Watch Tuja Babya

Watch Wansi Wagulu

Watch Locals and Natives
with Indigenous

Ugandan Writers: Meet Violet BarungiUgandan Writers: Meet Violet Barungi
Jane interviews Violet Barungi, an editor for FEMRITE.
African Musicians: Meet Jay Lou AvaAfrican Musicians: Meet Jay Lou Ava
African Music Clips
Jay Lou Ava Listen to Try

Listen to Unforgettable_Soweto

Ugandan Musicians: Meet Klear KutUgandan Musicians: Meet Klear Kut
Uganda Music Clips
Klear Kut Listen All I Wanna Know
featuring Juliana


Listen Mon Coeur/ Murder of Crows
featuring Rania


Listen Rukus
featuring Peter Miles and 2Face


Listen Da Cypha

Listen Who Be The Klik

Listen Baby's Daddy
featuring Evon


Listen My Time
featuring Poetic


Listen Mpenzi
featuring T.I.D


Listen Game Over

Watch Rukus

World Musicians: Meet Thomas Vertongen aka DJ Glue of IndigenousWorld Musicians: Meet Thomas Vertongen aka DJ Glue of Indigenous
World Music Clips
Indigenous: DJ Glue Watch Typical

Watch Out of Conrol

Watch We Don't Like Those

Watch Locals and Natives

Listen We Don't Like Those

Listen Out of Conrol(Radio Edit)

Northern Uganda: Ugandan Artists Continue to Speak OutNorthern Uganda: Ugandan Artists Continue to Speak Out

"Gulu will shine again!"          Steven Ongwang


Ugandan Musicians: Meet Ragga DeeUgandan Musicians: Meet Ragga Dee
Uganda Music Clips
Ragga Dee Listen to Nsaba Onyanjule

Listen to Bamusakata

Listen to Digida

Watch Mbawe

Uganda Rising: The Canadian Film About Northern UgandaUganda Rising: The Canadian Film About Northern Uganda
"It's easier to build strong children than to repair broken men."
Northern Uganda on the Oprah ShowNorthern Uganda on the Oprah Show

Ever since Oprah heard about the genocide happening in Sudan and Uganda's young nightwalkers, she says she's had trouble sleeping at night.

"There is a holocaust going on right now in Africa," Oprah says. "Everybody who hears it today, can no longer say, 'I didn't know that was going on.' Maybe you feel like you have no real power to change anything, but the truth is, you are the only hope that all of these people have."

Oprah hopes that viewers will "rise up against the madness" and help stop the atrocities happening in Africa. "If we don't listen and do something now, we're all going to have blood on our hands... If this was happening to your child, wouldn't you want the world to help?" she asks.

To lend a helping hand support, Oprah urges you to support organizations working in Africa.

From: www.oprah.com


Meet Adrian Bradbury of Gulu WalkMeet Adrian Bradbury of Gulu Walk
"The original Gulu Walk, which lasted for 31 days, saw Adrian Bradbury and Kieran Hayward conduct their own night commute in Toronto, Canada. Every night in July they walked 12.5 km into downtown Toronto to sleep in front of city hall. After about four hours of sleep they made the trek home at sunrise, all while continuing to work full-time and attempting to maintain their usual daily routine."
www.guluwalk.com
Kenyan Musicians: Meet Wawesh, aka Robert Wawero KiboyKenyan Musicians: Meet Wawesh, aka Robert Wawero Kiboy
Kenya Music Clips
Wawesh, aka Robert Wawero Kiboy Listen to HaHa

Listen to Homesick

Watch Wawero

Watch Mjanja

African American Writers: Meet Rudolph LewisAfrican American Writers: Meet Rudolph Lewis
The man behind ChickenBones.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet JaqeeUgandan Musicians: Meet Jaqee
Uganda Music Clips
Jaqee Listen to Watch them Dance

Listen to The Way you Make me Feel
with Ingel Chanta


Listen to Karma

Listen to Headfall

Ugandan Artists: Meet Ronex AhimbisibweUgandan Artists: Meet Ronex Ahimbisibwe
"My work is a revelation of my world, the way I see life, what surrounds me, my culture, my conscious, and the magic of the unconscious. I believe the power of an artist lies in creating worlds, nothing more."
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Sylvester and AbramzUgandan Musicians: Meet Sylvester and Abramz
Uganda Music Clips
Sylvester and Abramz Listen to Nkubulidde

Listen to Locals and Natives with Indigenous

Watch Locals and Natives

Watch Lemerako

Ugandan Writers: Meet Mercy Mirembe Ntangaare Part 2Ugandan Writers: Meet Mercy Mirembe Ntangaare Part 2
Jane interviews Mercy Mirembe Ntangaare. This is Part 2 of Ugandan Writers: Meet Mercy Mirembe Ntangaare.
The Miss Kenya Swiss Pageant: Interview with Winnie RhynerThe Miss Kenya Swiss Pageant: Interview with Winnie Rhyner
Kenyan beauty and culture in Switzerland.
The Miss Kenya Swiss Pageant: Interview with Winnie OjangaThe Miss Kenya Swiss Pageant: Interview with Winnie Ojanga
Kenyan beauty and culture in Switzerland.
Ugandan Artists: Meet David KibuukaUgandan Artists: Meet David Kibuuka
"I am never satisfied that Ive done all I can to help bring the world together through my art."

-David Kibuuka.
Ugandan Writers: Meet Mercy Mirembe NtangaareUgandan Writers: Meet Mercy Mirembe Ntangaare
Jane interviews Mercy Mirembe Ntangaare.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Sarah TshilaUgandan Musicians: Meet Sarah Tshila
Uganda Music Clips
Sarah Tshila and Babaluku   Listen to Bugu Bugu by Babaluku

Listen to Tetwaze Kwewaana by Babaluku

For more click: Babaluku

Ugandan Musicians: Meet Rah PUgandan Musicians: Meet Rah P
Uganda Music Clips
Rah P Click Here to Listen to Mafanz

Click Here to Watch Malkia (Queen)

Ugandan Artists: Meet Benedict BukenyaUgandan Artists: Meet Benedict Bukenya
What I have observed since then relates to social, political as well as environmental realities. I have deemed it necessary to open up to the challenges experimentation, cooperation and exchange. Being part of network programs locally and internationally contributing to the growing international dialogue that explores our cultural differences. I have worked with different artists groups and participated in various group exhibitions, and workshops in Uganda, Kenya, Egypt, Namibia and South Africa.

-Benedict Bukenya
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Luther Martin KintuUgandan Musicians: Meet Luther Martin Kintu
Named after one of the most influential political figures in the Black History Movement.
Ugandan Writers: Meet Mildred Barya KiconcoUgandan Writers: Meet Mildred Barya Kiconco
"Reeba nimpindura byoona bisya omumagara gaawe."
"Ask of me, and I will give nations for thy inheritance, the ends of the earth for thy possession."
THE FORGOTTEN CHILDREN OF UGANDATHE FORGOTTEN CHILDREN OF UGANDA
"the worlds most neglected humanitarian crisis" and "one of the biggest scandals of our generation."

U.N. Under-Secretary General of Humanitarian Affairs Jan Egeland.
African Writers: Meet Helon HabilaAfrican Writers: Meet Helon Habila
Helon Habila is one of the most exciting writers from Africa.
The Dublin Quarterly
Ugandan Artists: Meet Daudi KarungiUgandan Artists: Meet Daudi Karungi
My aim in general is to promote African Art in an international market. My aim with this workshop is to investigate strategies for both art production and promotion. I've always wanted to achieve things that seem impossible...

Daudi Karungi
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Brett Mazurek - 3rdIUgandan Musicians: Meet Brett Mazurek - 3rdI
Whats wrong with musicians today? They just can't wait to be a billboard and a corporate slave. I'd rather have respect than a pay check.

-3rdI
Ugandan Writers: Meet Emmanuel AchetaUgandan Writers: Meet Emmanuel Acheta
"Now we see but a poor reflection; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known."

Paul of Tarsis.
Ugandan Artists: Meet Ritah Nabuyungo EdopuUgandan Artists: Meet Ritah Nabuyungo Edopu
My professional ambition is to work towards empowering especially poor women to be self-sustaining through use of their art talents which they have not been able to exploit due to lack of opportunities. In pursuance of this l have mobilized women in Soroti District to participate in painting, gardening and landscaping, art and craft, ceramics (decorative and utilitarian), development of functional simplified form of sculpture in an attempt to enhance their incomes and livelihoods. The project has further expanded to include male youth.

Ritah Nabuyungo Edopu
Brown Girl in Switzerland: Tamara Flükiger Brown Girl in Switzerland: Tamara Flükiger
Ugandan Swiss Beauty tells all.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Silas Babaluku BalabyekkuboUgandan Musicians: Meet Silas Babaluku Balabyekkubo
The Conscious Hip-Hop Artist from Fort Erie, Canada.

Uganda Music Clips
Silas Babaluku Balabyekkubo View Trailer for Hip-Hop Project
produced with 3rdI

Ugandan Writers: Meet Jackee Budesta BatandaUgandan Writers: Meet Jackee Budesta Batanda
The 2003 Africa Regional Winner in the Commonwealth Short Story Competition

"Our teachers are unwilling to take on new books to teach."

Ugandan Writers: Meet Glaydah NamukasaUgandan Writers: Meet Glaydah Namukasa
Winner of The 2005 Macmillan Writers Prize for Africa-Senior Prize.
Ugandan Artists: Meet Eria Nsubuga 'Sane'Ugandan Artists: Meet Eria Nsubuga 'Sane'
"My interests in art dwell around what is around me. Nature, as well as day to day activities of the common man are my major sources of inspiration. I delight in simplicity, and as a result a lot of my work has been linked to naïveté. I however make no apologies for being true to myself."
Ugandan Artists: Meet Philip Kwesiga KatatumbaUgandan Artists: Meet Philip Kwesiga Katatumba
Been around the world and raised many Ugandan artists.
Ever Heard of DINKs?Ever Heard of DINKs?

Ugandan Artists: Meet Paulo AkiikiUgandan Artists: Meet Paulo Akiiki
"His prolific work manifests sure sense of colour and a remarkable concentration of expressive power."

(Hedendaagse Afrikaanse Kunst-June 2002)
Ugandan Musicians: Essence KasoziUgandan Musicians: Essence Kasozi
Sexy, talented, intelligent and inspiring...
Ugandan Artists: Meet Amanda TumusiimeUgandan Artists: Meet Amanda Tumusiime
"Before 2000, I looked at social issues, now I look beyond the traditional woman carrying a basket on her head and hand her a book to read..."
Canadian Kyeyo- The Naked TruthCanadian Kyeyo- The Naked Truth
Understanding the sacrifices that kyeyoists make.
Ugandan Writers: Meet Sam OkelloUgandan Writers: Meet Sam Okello
"Despite the huge economic, social and education difficulties of many African nations, there is much to celebrate in a creative energy and idealism that places literature in the vanguard of social change…"
Graham Mort, Crossing Borders-British Council.
Ugandan Artists: Meet Teresa MusokeUgandan Artists: Meet Teresa Musoke
One of the most recognized and influential semi-abstract painters in Uganda.
Ugandan Artists: Meet Ismail WamalaUgandan Artists: Meet Ismail Wamala
"The mind is like a sponge. Fill it with the best stuff to get the best results."











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