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Letters to UGPulse.com: Was the Arrest of Vincent Nzaramba Illegal?Letters to UGPulse.com: Was the Arrest of Vincent Nzaramba Illegal?Arrest of Vincent Nzaramba: By making these kinds of arrests the government is hiding behind a false shield.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #1 Kanyimbe by Juliana KanyomoziUGPulse.com Top 30: #1 Kanyimbe by Juliana Kanyomozi
Kanyimbe video by Juliana Kanyomozi is number 1 on UGPulse.com countdown.
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.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #3 Feel Me by ObsessionsUGPulse.com Top 30: #3 Feel Me by Obsessions
Feel Me is an energetic, sexy video.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #4 Usiende Mbali by Juliana Kanyomozi & BushokeUGPulse.com Top 30: #4 Usiende Mbali by Juliana Kanyomozi & Bushoke
Tanzania gets a piece of Juliana.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #5 Mon Coeur Murder of Crows by Klear KutUGPulse.com Top 30: #5 Mon Coeur Murder of Crows by Klear Kut
Mon Coeur Murder of Crows by Klear Kut: Are they Uganda's best Hip-Hop group?
UGPulse.com Top 30: #6 Little Things You Do by Bobi Wine and WahuUGPulse.com Top 30: #6 Little Things You Do by Bobi Wine and Wahu
When Wahu and Bobi Wine came out with The Little Things You Do many of us called it the best East African collaboraton ever.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #7 Bagala Twawula by ObsessionsUGPulse.com Top 30: #7 Bagala Twawula by Obsessions
Obsessions's Bagala Twawula- A video with a purpose.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #7 Abakyla n'Abami by Annet Nandujja and the PlanetsUGPulse.com Top 30: #7 Abakyala n'Abami by Annet Nandujja and the Planets
Abakyala n'Abaami: Annet Nandujja and the Planets bring comedy in this traditional music video.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #8 Hitaji by Blu*3UGPulse.com Top 30: #8 Hitaji by Blu*3
No bigger Debut.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #9 Dembe Lyo by MilestonezUGPulse.com Top 30: #9 Dembe Lyo by Milestonez
What happened to Milestonez?
UGPulse.com Top 30: #10 Nawewe by CindyUGPulse.com Top 30: #10 Nawewe by Cindy
The use of imagery, light and color.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #11 Burrn by Blu 3 ft Navio UGPulse.com Top 30: #11 Burrn by Blu 3 ft Navio
The Burrn video re-energized Blu3.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #12 Bigula by NgoniUGPulse.com Top 30: #12 Bigula by Ngoni
The Bigula video certified Ngoni as the producers to recon with.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #13 All I Wanna Know by Klear Kut ft Juliana KanyomoziUGPulse.com Top 30: #13 All I Wanna Know by Klear Kut ft Juliana Kanyomozi
Klear Kut was on the brink of world-wide recognition.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #14 Olikoma Eyo by Sarah NdagireUGPulse.com Top 30: #14 Olikoma Eyo by Sarah Ndagire
AIDS and infidelity - Olikoma Eyo by Sarah Ndagire.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #15 Nikikuona by Iryn NamubiruUGPulse.com Top 30: #15 Nikikuona by Iryn Namubiru
UGPulse noticed Nikikuona.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #16 Njakunoba by Iryn NamubiruUGPulse.com Top 30: #16 Njakunoba by Iryn Namubiru
When Njakunoba first came out we all could not help but to watch it over and over again.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #17 Jangu by ObsessionsUGPulse.com Top 30: #17 Jangu by Obsessions
Could be the most downloaded Ugandan music video on the World Wide Web.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #18 Omwana wa'bandi Bada by Bobi WineUGPulse.com Top 30: #18 Omwana wa'bandi Bada by Bobi Wine
Redefining Luganda.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #19 Ndoowa by ZaniUGPulse.com Top 30: #19 Ndoowa by Zani
Zani brings Hollywood to Ugandan Music videos and shines in Ndoowa.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #20 Together by Blu3UGPulse.com Top 30: #20 Together by Blu3
They could have done better though. Blu3 is in need of making a statement.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #21 Sexy Thing by Bebe Cool ft GasuzaUGPulse.com Top 30: #21 Sexy Thing by Bebe Cool ft Gasuza
Choosing the right model can make or break your video.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #22 I Live For You by Angella KatatumbaUGPulse.com Top 30: #22 I Live For You by Angella Katatumba
Simple and classy.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #23 Adam ne Kaawa by Bobi Wine ft Nubian L.iUGPulse.com Top 30: #23 Adam ne Kaawa by Bobi Wine ft Nubian L.i
Artistic interpretation.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #24 Africa Unite by Bebe Cool ft Necessary NoiseUGPulse.com Top 30: #24 Africa Unite by Bebe Cool ft Necessary Noise
A song of substance. A video of substance.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #25 Bingi by Desire LuzindaUGPulse.com Top 30: #25 Bingi by Desire Luzinda
Dezire needs Bingi to beat this performance of hers.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #26 Nabikoowa by Juliana KanyomoziUGPulse.com Top 30: #26 Nabikoowa by Juliana Kanyomozi
Juliana's Nabikoowa lands at number 26 on the countdown simply because it is an effective video.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #27 UTAKE Anthem by AY, Babaluku, JuacaliUGPulse.com Top 30: #27 UTAKE Anthem by AY, Babaluku, Juacali
Its the concept.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #28 Mbikooye by CindyUGPulse.com Top 30: #28 Mbikooye by Cindy
When Cindy was thrown out of Blu3 who could not have predicted the emergence of a rising star?
UGPulse.com Top 30: #29 All I Need by H.B Toxic ft AYUGPulse.com Top 30: #29 All I Need by H.B Toxic ft AY
Another TZ East African Music collabo... this time its rapper AY.
UGPulse.com Top 30: #30 Sirimba by Ngoni ft Lady Jay DeeUGPulse.com Top 30: #30 Sirimba by Ngoni ft Lady Jay Dee
Starting off the UGPulse Top Music Video countdown is the duo of Aydee and Pato... collectively known as Ngoni. They are at number 30 with Sirimba, a collabo with Tanzanian artist Lady Jay Dee.
UGPulse.com Top 30: IntroUGPulse.com Top 30: Intro
Welcome to UGPulse.com Top 30!
Uganda Musician AmaruUganda Musician AmaruMy art is so personal… kind of like a diary. Sharing it gives me closure in a sense, and allows me move on to the next chapter.

Nyanda is TroubleNyanda is TroubleOne of the things that my manager Chez Gayle is actually working close with Talent Africa Group on is getting in more collaboration between Jamaican artists and African Artists because we know there’s a close similarity in the music and they are trying to use my project as the flagship for union.
Lilian Mbabazi - Motherhood, Music and MathematicsLilian Mbabazi - Motherhood, Music and MathematicsMaybe in the early days of Blu*3 I used to worry about people liking me for me. But these days it's pretty easy for me to gauge the genuine people in my life and the 'celeb-chasers'.
Nick Nola Releases An Under Water Music Video with MufunyeNick Nola Releases An Under Water Music Video with MufunyeWhile releasing what is perhaps the first under water music video in East Africa with Mufunye, his first song of 2012, we listen in on an interview with talented Nick Nola.
Voice of the People: Lukwago vs MusisiVoice of the People: Lukwago vs Musisi
Do the majority of Kampalans agree with Lukwago, that the Office of the Mayor should be above that of the newly created Executive Director held by Musisi?.
Lukwago-Musisi Row Threatens to Derail Development of KampalaLukwago-Musisi Row Threatens to Derail Development of Kampala
Sebaggala warned Lukwago that though he (Lukwago) won the position of Lord Mayor, he was going for bwooya byanswa (an empty position).
QTY: Kenya's AIDS Music AmbassadorQTY: Kenya's AIDS Music AmbassadorQTY talks to OurMusiq.com about her AIDS mission, beef with others in the industry and releases her new song Come Back (To Me).
Voice of the People: Mabira Forest Give-awayVoice of the People: Mabira Forest Give-away
As President Yoweri Museveni continues to insist on giving away part of Mabira forest to Mehta for sugarcane growing, Ultimate Media interviewed a cross section of people in Kampala to get their views.
Will Museveni Survive Mabira or Will Mabira Survive MuseveniWill Museveni Survive Mabira or Will Mabira Survive Museveni
There is a lot of talk that Museveni's strong stand in wanting to give away Mabira is not connected to sugar production.
Akii-Bua Will Always be a Golden LegendAkii-Bua Will Always be a Golden Legend
Uganda's golden Olympic legend John Akii-Bua, was at the time of his death a Senior Superintendent of Uganda Police.
Drama Lives on in Ugandan SoccerDrama Lives on in Ugandan Soccer
One wonders how much of these unnecessary dramas Uganda soccer lovers will bear, or when the league will stablise
Lubega Answers Museveni's Call on Raising Household IncomesLubega Answers Museveni's Call on Raising Household Incomes
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni said that by 2020 any Ugandan should be able to earn 20 million shillings a year, including all Ugandan farmers. Lubega Emmanuel answers his call.
The Rise and Rise of LwakatakaThe Rise and Rise of Lwakataka
Posiano Lwakataka is still confident that he will make it at the final Independence Rally October 14-16 in Mukono and Buikwe districts.
Miss Angola Leila Lopes becomes the Second Black African to win Miss UniverseMiss Angola Leila Lopes becomes the Second Black African to win Miss Universe
Miss Angola Leila Lopes becomes the Second Black African to win Miss Universe. The first black African to win Miss Universe was Mpule Kwelagobe, of Botswana, crowned in 1999 at Chaguaramas, Trinidad & Tobago.
Miss Angola Leila Lopes becomes the Second Black African to win Miss UniverseMiss Angola Leila Lopes becomes the Second Black African to win Miss Universe
Miss Angola Leila Lopes becomes the Second Black African to win Miss Universe. The first black African to win Miss Universe was Mpule Kwelagobe, of Botswana, crowned in 1999 at Chaguaramas, Trinidad & Tobago.
Has Gender-Based Affirmative Action  Achieved Its Objectives?Has Gender-Based Affirmative Action Achieved Its Objectives?
There have been increasing voices arguing that affirmative action should be abolished to let women compete at an equal footing with men.
Which Uganda team will take the Bell Super League?Which Uganda team will take the Bell Super League?
Bell, Super Sport boost as Uganda Super League gets underway.
Toniks: Swag Meter Concert and FEELINGZToniks: Swag Meter Concert and FEELINGZAllan Ampaire aka Toniks talks about his upcoming album - FEELINGZ, his Swag Meter Concert and much more.
Epic Mission 2: Kobs are up Against Cameroon on 5th SeptemberEpic Mission 2: Kobs are up Against Cameroon on 5th September
After absence of a decade from the finals of All African Games, the Kobs return to the games in style pooled alongside African Power house names Cameroon, Senegal and Ghana.
Epic Mission 1: Uganda Cranes on the Brink of Breaking the 33 Year Old JinxEpic Mission 1: Uganda Cranes on the Brink of Breaking the 33 Year Old Jinx
AFCON: Angola vs Uganda Cranes, 4th September 2011.
Voice of the People: MusevenismVoice of the People: Musevenism
Zakaria Tiberindwa asked some Ugandans on what they think about this trend of President Museveni handling every concern and issue that any group comes up, and below are excerpts.
Musevenism: When the President Has to Handle Every IssueMusevenism: When the President Has to Handle Every Issue
What happens to government institutions when the President has to handle every issue?
2011 All Africans Games:  Its Now Or Never For Boxer Sserugo2011 All Africans Games: Its Now Or Never For Boxer Sserugo
Uganda’s national boxing team (Bombers) Captain Ronald Sserugo describes the chance to compete at the all Africa games as a rare one in any one's career.
From Swahili Nation to KensoFrom Swahili Nation to KensoWe recently caught up with Kenso aka Ken Kayongo as he promoted his latest video One in a Million.
Uganda Kobs Holding Uganda's DreamUganda Kobs Holding Uganda's Dream
Uganda Kobs: Kasozi Ramathan, profiles some of the soccer players carrying Uganda’s cross to Maputo.
Former DP Spokesman Mwaka Emmanuel Lutukumoi: Why I Defected to NRMFormer DP Spokesman Mwaka Emmanuel Lutukumoi: Why I Defected to NRM
It is absurd that some people can say that I was lured to the ruling party because of money. Such a comment is demeaning and shallow.
Cashino NDT: Life Ain't Easy, But I'm GoodCashino NDT: Life Ain't Easy, But I'm GoodOurMusiq talks to the British Nigerian hip hop artist Cashino NDT.
Meet Ugandan Kick Boxing Champion Golola MosesMeet Ugandan Kick Boxing Champion Golola Moses
Ugandan Kick Boxing Champion Golola Moses: I was tired of buying punching bags. That's why I resorted to training from forests such that I can kick trees instead.
Kenya's Bow Wow, SI-SOKenya's Bow Wow, SI-SOYoung Kenyan hip hop artist SI-SO aka Christopher Pius Nzomo talks talks to OurMusiq.com about working with Calif Records, his hits Wacha Stress and Majuu Kaguu and more.
Zambia's RobertoZambia's Roberto
A few I have worked with are, Radio and Weasel, I have a will-be released song with your boy Nick Nola and one of the ladies from Blu3. I have even worked on a song with Tom Close from Rwanda on a song we did with Ozzy too.
The Future for Dr. Kizza BesigyeThe Future for Dr. Kizza Besigye
Caution and conscience rule as Dr. Kizza Besigye and his FDC supporters ponder his political future.
Patriotism at Stake in the Pearl of Africa RallyPatriotism at Stake in the Pearl of Africa Rally
It is not only the usual motor rallying suspects turning up for this weekend's national duty at the Pearl of Africa Rally 2011.
South Sudan BeginsSouth Sudan Begins
Sudan's president, Omar Hassan Al-Bashir and the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon are among the key speakers as the Republic of South Sudan comes into being on Saturday, bringing forth Africa's 54th nation.
Rennaisance at Villa ParkRennaisance at Villa Park
Reclaiming their lost glory: Here are the six reasons why, SC Villa may be a force to reckon with come next season.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Clare Abuneri from UgandaMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Clare Abuneri from Uganda
We must open our minds despite our cultural differences and colour, to expand our economic growth in areas such as tourism, agriculture, education and social welfare of all Africans.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Blessing Mutamba from ZimbabweMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Blessing Mutamba from Zimbabwe
I live the African Spirit by practising and applying Zimbabwean morals and culture to everyday life.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Oluwatosin Adefila from NigeriaMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Oluwatosin Adefila from Nigeria
Nigeria is the third largest oil producing country in Africa and with the current increase in the price of fuel due to the unrest in the middle east, invariably OPEC quota of African nations such as Nigeria will be increased because oil is the main stay of Nigeria's economy.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Tafadzwa Jambwa from ZimbabweMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Tafadzwa Jambwa from Zimbabwe
No matter where we move to or where we we're born... having the African Spirit is being able to still trace our roots and taking pride by living in them.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Nicole Musson from South AfricaMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Nicole Musson from South Africa
To take advantage of economic opportunities African countries need... business talks, seminars, advertising etc. Linking local and international business...
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Loide Isack from NamibiaMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Loide Isack from Namibia
In Namibia we are blessed to have a true leader in Sam Nujoma to get us through that very difficult time.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Adenike Soetan from NigeriaMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Adenike Soetan from Nigeria
Being beautiful to me is loving yourself and taking care of yourself as well as being comfortable in your own skin!
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Rahima Ahmed from TanzaniaMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Rahima Ahmed from Tanzania
At home my family and I speak Swahili... we wear African clothes and have African ornaments all over the house to constantly remind us of where we come from.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Nandipha Shylet Moyo from ZimbabweMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Nandipha Shylet Moyo from Zimbabwe
Take education to heart so that when most of the African countries develop, there will be plenty of careers opportunities to choose from.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Gumisai Makombe from ZimbabweMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Gumisai Makombe from Zimbabwe
Africa being a frontier market... presents investment opportunities for the rest of the world and empowerment and employment for Africa.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Evania Justino from AngolaMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Evania Justino from Angola
Makeup gives you confidence and not beauty... God already gave us that.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Deborah Endonyan from NigeriaMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Deborah Endonyan from Nigeria
Beauty Tip - Apart from moisturizing, hydration and staying active, I would say loving yourself and being satisfied.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Cynthia Mtombeni from ZimbabweMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Cynthia Mtombeni from Zimbabwe
The institute of education Africa Leadership Academy in South Africa is a great believer in developing the next generation of African leaders.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Caroline Namugayi from UgandaMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Caroline Namugayi from Uganda
Describe me as a strong, caring, hard working lady.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Maybel Banienuba from GhanaMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Maybel Banienuba from Ghana
Love is very important amongst Africans because we are ONE.
Miss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Anne Honor from NigeriaMiss African Spirit 2011: Contestant Anne Honor from Nigeria
African nations as an emerging market can thrive in the current financial climate by also learning from the mistakes of corporate giants and governments of the western world.
Saving Uganda From Sin - Let's Talk About SexSaving Uganda From Sin - Let's Talk About Sex
GayUg Teen, a 'virgin' teen homosexual blogs about growing up in homophobic Uganda while Dr Margaret Mungherera tries to explain the meaning of sexual orientation.
Saving Uganda From Sin - The UG Street Pulse on HomosexualitySaving Uganda From Sin - The UG Street Pulse on Homosexuality
Different Ugandans express their views on homosexuality and the proposed Anti Homosexuality Bill.
Saving Uganda From Sin - Blurring the Line Between Church and StateSaving Uganda From Sin - Blurring the Line Between Church and State
Ladislus Rwakafuzi, a human rights and constitutional lawyer was the man representing the gay activists in Uganda.
Saving Uganda From Sin - The Truth is Pastors Are Indulging in HomosexualitySaving Uganda From Sin - The Truth is Pastors Are Indulging in Homosexuality
The truth is that we have a problem in the church, with pastors indulging in homosexuality but the state comes up to rescue these pastors.
Saving Uganda From Sin - Anti Homosexuality Bill 2009 Founder David BahitiSaving Uganda From Sin - Anti Homosexuality Bill 2009 Founder David Bahiti
Uganda's Member of Parliament David Bahati on homosexuality: We love gays but we hate what is in them.
Saving Uganda From Sin - Increased ActivismSaving Uganda From Sin - Increased Activism
Thirty-eight of fifty-three African nations criminalise homosexuality in some way. In sub-Saharan Africa, the government of South Africa is the only official entity to acknowledge gay rights.
The Price of Stones by Twesigye Jackson Kaguri of Nyaka SchoolsThe Price of Stones by Twesigye Jackson Kaguri of Nyaka SchoolsBeatrice Lamwaka talks to Twesigye Jackson Kaguri about his new book - The Price of Stones.
Goretti Kyomuhendo of African Writers TrustGoretti Kyomuhendo of African Writers TrustAfrican Writers Trust is only a year old now. Its mission is to build and sustain a strong supportive network for African writers in Africa and in the Diaspora.
Expensive Water Comes at Your RequestExpensive Water Comes at Your Request
What looks like a cheap way of getting rid of our waste will not look so cheap when we are bedridden with typhoid or when the water bills come in.
Meet Nigerian Artist DotStar aka LagosboiMeet Nigerian Artist DotStar aka LagosboiAll the girls in the club want to hold me for ransom... Cuz I'm young and am fly and they think that I'm handsome... It's a Stick Up.
Nigerian Artist Mr Flint aka 9ja Diddy is a Man on a MissionNigerian Artist Mr Flint aka 9ja Diddy is a Man on a Mission9ja Diddy - Some friends started calling me that. I used to dance like P Diddy when I was walking.
Mighty Mystic at Thursday's Kevin Lyttle ConcertMighty Mystic at Thursday's Kevin Lyttle ConcertWe asked his advice on handling mistakes on stage... "Just keep it rolling," he said. "If u show the audience that you've made a mistake then you end up not looking like a professional. So the best thing to do is just roll with the punches and more than likely no one will notice...LOL."
Republic of South Sudan: Challenges and Opportunities - Part 2Republic of South Sudan: Challenges and Opportunities - Part 2
Challenges and Opportunities as Southern Sudan becomes Africa's 54th nation.
Republic of South Sudan: Challenges and Opportunities - Part 1Republic of South Sudan: Challenges and Opportunities - Part 1
Challenges and Opportunities as Southern Sudan becomes Africa's 54th nation.
XXL on NTV with Bush Baby: Arthur Blick Junior, Hugh Fraser, Bob Mwine and Awel UwihinganyeXXL on NTV with Bush Baby: Arthur Blick Junior, Hugh Fraser, Bob Mwine and Awel UwihinganyeThis week its Motor Cross Champion, Arthur Blick Junior, Hugh Frazer, CEO of Air Uganda, Bob Mwine of Power FM, and Awel Uwihinganye of the Young Achievers Awards.
XXL on NTV with Bush Baby: Robert Kalumba's Ugandan Music Industry, Old Skool Djs and Maisha ClubXXL on NTV with Bush Baby: Robert Kalumba's Ugandan Music Industry, Old Skool Djs and Maisha ClubRobert Kalumba and his views on Uganda's Music Industry, Capital FM's Dj Alex Ndawula and Dj Tony of Platinum Records go at it... and a come back for Maisha Club.
Ngoni Releases Joanna VideoNgoni Releases Joanna VideoIt's another high quality video from Goodenuff's Ngoni.
XXL on NTV with Bush Baby: Michael Ross and Tonix Get Recognised in West Africa and MoreXXL on NTV with Bush Baby: Michael Ross and Tonix Get Recognised in West Africa and MoreBush Baby checks on a couple of local musicians and one that is home away from home in the US... and much more.
Museveni's Win in the 2011 Elections: What Does it Mean For Uganda's Politics?Museveni's Win in the 2011 Elections: What Does it Mean For Uganda's Politics?
Uganda Elections 2011: Why is Museveni and his NRM securing such a high performance in elections and what are the implications to Uganda's future?
Uganda Elections 2011: The Presidential Candidates - Early PredictionsUganda Elections 2011: The Presidential Candidates - Early Predictions
The absence of arrests of opposition leaders, interrupting of opposition rallies and confrontations of mostly opposition supporters with police has surprised, as it has pleased, many.
VJ OJ's Rising Star: Best African UK Artist of the Year 2010VJ OJ's Rising Star: Best African UK Artist of the Year 2010Best African UK Artist of the Year 2010 VJ OJ talks about spending too much time in the studio: Kuklee himself got dumped b'coz he spends most of his time in the studio.
Nick Nola - Face of UGPulse Listed in Top 15 African Breakout Artists of the Year 2010Nick Nola - Face of UGPulse Listed in Top 15 African Breakout Artists of the Year 2010Apart from releasing 3 new videos and releasing 2 brand new songs, Nick Nola has spent most of 2010 in studios working on his upcoming album.


Pallisa, UgandaPallisa, UgandaBeverly goes to Pallisa, Uganda... known for the woman forced to breast feed dogs.
Radio Stations in Uganda Compete for Drive Home TrafficRadio Stations in Uganda Compete for Drive Home TrafficNot everyone is a loser when it comes to that torturous drive home in Kampala's traffic.
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.
Uganda Art Consortium - Art TherapyUganda Art Consortium - Art TherapyUganda Art Consortium has been holding twice-weekly art therapy sessions for HIV-AIDS patients at the Infectious Diseases Institute at Mulago Hospital in Kampala.
Plate Cafe's Underestimated Glory Plate Cafe's Underestimated Glory Whenever you can, do pass by at Plate Cafe; my treat.
Bush Baby and XXL on NTVBush Baby and XXL on NTVXXL on NTV is sponsored by Uganda Telecom and Air Uganda with Bush Baby as host.
Takers - UGPulse ReviewsTakers - UGPulse ReviewsTakers: A gang of robbers run themselves like a professional business.
Eureka! I've Found ItEureka! I've Found ItMany Ugandans unfortunately may not understand the pleasure of relaxing outside the confines of a large busy hotel or a neon dotted bar and so may opt out of Eureka.
Ahmed Kayiwa: The Celebrity PhotographerAhmed Kayiwa: The Celebrity PhotographerMy philosophy on life is to always follow your heart's desire, be yourself, do what you feel you really want to do and persist with that. It not only brings satisfaction but it finally pays off I think.
Gang Related - UGPulse ReviewsGang Related - UGPulse ReviewsGang Related: Tupac's last COMPLETE role in a movie.
Uganda Ignites in Poetry PassionUganda Ignites in Poetry PassionI began a poetry award called the Beverley Nambozo Poetry Award, to promote poetry primarily amongst women.
Uganda Art Consortium - Combined IdeasUganda Art Consortium - Combined IdeasIn August 2010, Uganda Art Consortium held a three day art workshop at Kisa Primary School in Nansana, Uganda.
Dancehall Queen Bella and Working on I Love the WayDancehall Queen Bella and Working on I Love the WayBella talks about her work with Nick Nola on I Love the Way and her re-emergence on Uganda's music scene.
Beatrice Speaks to Antoaneta Nikolova of BulgariaBeatrice Speaks to Antoaneta Nikolova of BulgariaAn Associate Professoron Eastern Philosophyin South-West University, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, Antoaneta Nikolova's main interests are Eastern Philosophy, Philosophy of poetry and Philosophy of ecology.
Margla, Da Raggamuffin GyalMargla, Da Raggamuffin GyalMargla also doubles as one of the few female Dj’s in Uganda which has also earned her a slot as the official Dj for the Ugandan DIVA Awards search.
Her Royal Highness Nnabagereka Sylvia Nagginda Luswata in Washington D.CHer Royal Highness Nnabagereka Sylvia Nagginda Luswata in Washington D.CHer Royal Highness Nnabagereka Sylvia Nagginda Luswata in Washington D.C September 02 to September 03, 2010.
Kenya's Stella Mwangi aka STL on African Women's Week 2010Kenya's Stella Mwangi aka STL on African Women's Week 2010Kenyan artist Stella Mwangi aka STL: I'm just working and waiting patiently for my big bang.
Irene Sporah Njau of the Sporah Show - African Women's Week 2010Irene Sporah Njau of the Sporah Show - African Women's Week 2010Talking to Irene Sporah Njau of the London based Sporah Show.
Nnabagereka Off to The United States To Meet With Ugandan DiasporaNnabagereka Off To The United States To Meet With Ugandan DiasporaThe Nnabagereka is on an official visit of the United States in an effort to promote the role of culture in Africa's development as well as to promote and raise awareness for cancer research and the Nnabagereka Development Foundation (NDF).
Sunday Omony - Ugandan Queen of Comedy on African Women's Week 2010Sunday Omony - Ugandan Queen of Comedy on African Women's Week 2010African parents just don't understand.
Dr. Maggie Kigozi - African Women's Week 2010Dr. Maggie Kigozi - African Women's Week 2010Dr. Maggie Kigozi - a potrait of a successful African Woman in business, home and society.
Gera of Batabazi - African Women's Week 2010Gera of Batabazi - African Women's Week 2010

The Blind Side - UGPulse ReviewsThe Blind Side - UGPulse ReviewsA story of faith and opportunity.
Navio Gets RawNavio Gets RawIt's why I did raw... I'm competing with the big boys now... Goodbye!
Nick Nola releases I Love the Way featuring BellaNick Nola releases I Love the Way featuring Bella
Nick Nola releases his first song as the Face of UGPulse.



Benon Mugumbya of Swangz AveBenon Mugumbya of Swangz Ave
Benon Mugumbya of Swangz Ave lets us in on his journey from artist to producer and back.
Official 22nd Ugandan North American Association Poster Official 22nd Ugandan North American Association Poster
UNAA is proud to present the official 22nd Ugandan North American Association poster by David Kibuuka.
Rabadaba - Africa's Lil' WayneRabadaba - Africa's Lil' Wayne
Famous for his hot-off-the-shelf hit, Bwekiri, Rabadaba, real names Faizal Sseguya seems bent on taking over Ugandan's radio and television stations.
Meet Jo Nganda of Jozy'z BoutiqueMeet Jo Nganda of Jozy'z Boutique
Jo Nganda of Jozy'z Boutique - The lady with a passion for fashion.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Olayinka Mustapha from NigeriaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Olayinka Mustapha from Nigeria
Olayinka Mustapha from Nigeria: Beauty is not something that is hard to obtain. It is something that you have to want.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Amelia (Amy) Ansong from GhanaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Amelia (Amy) Ansong from Ghana
Amelia (Amy) Ansong from Ghana: Road safety in Africa... This is why I have chosen it as my Miss Africa USA platform.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Nikki Nsabimana from BurundiMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Nikki Nsabimana from Burundi
Nikki Nsabimana from Burundi: Nowhere is the problem of road traffic accidents so acute as sub-Saharan Africa.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Yolanda Masinga from South AfricaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Yolanda Masinga from South Africa
Yolanda Masinga from South Africa: On Oprah's emotional departure... there is no need for a marketing strategy.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Maimunah Lewally from Sierra LeoneMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Maimunah Lewally from Sierra Leone
Maimunah Lewally from Sierra Leone: Why are there no speed limits? I did not have an answer for her.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Patricia Joelle Mbazoa from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Patricia Joelle Mbazoa from Cameroon
Patricia Joelle Mbazoa from Cameroon: After a certain age it is time to say what is on your mind.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Amanda Sibeso Wamunyima from ZambiaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Amanda Sibeso Wamunyima from Zambia
Amanda Sibeso Wamunyima from Zambia: Hard lessons from the Zambian national soccer team plane crash.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Melanie Kamayou from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Melanie Kamayou from Cameroon
Melanie Kamayou from Cameroon: ...people that are addicted to facebook do not have anything else to occupy themselves with.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Natasha Beckley from Sierra LeoneMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Natasha Beckley from Sierra Leone
Natasha Beckley from Sierra Leone: My name is Natasha Beckley and I am addicted to facebook.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Nelly Mbambo from MalawiMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Nelly Mbambo from Malawi
Nelly Mbambo from Malawi: An educated mind is most likely to be aware and realize the importance of humanity.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Gloria Akinyi McCarthy from KenyaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Gloria Akinyi McCarthy from Kenya
Gloria Akinyi McCarthy from Kenya: Oprah's departure from her show in 2011 is purely a marketing strategy.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Belinda Rangarirai Sakupwanya from ZimbabweMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Belinda Rangarirai Sakupwanya from Zimbabwe
Belinda Rangarirai Sakupwanya from Zimbabwe: Sadza, nyama nemavegi.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Mirabel Toh from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Mirabel Toh from Cameroon
Mirabel Toh from Cameroon: it really wasn't a big issue to me until the day my wallet was stolen.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Hilda Nyaboke Mauya from KenyaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Hilda Nyaboke Mauya from Kenya
Hilda Nyaboke Mauya from Kenya: East African countries record highest number of fatal road accidents in the world.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Tronella Nagadya from UgandaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Tronella Nagadya from Uganda
Tronella Nagadya from Uganda: That's my mom. A strong beautiful African Woman!
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Nykita Garnett from LiberiaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Nykita Garnett from Liberia
Nykita Garnett from Liberia: The ability to forgive and to accept each other's humanity is something that we all need to learn...
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Abieyuwa Aikhionbare from NigeriaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Abieyuwa Aikhionbare from Nigeria
Abieyuwa Aikhionbare from Nigeria: One of my favorite Nigerian is white rice and stew with dodo.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Tatiana Fetgo from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Tatiana Fetgo from Cameroon
Tatiana Fetgo from Cameroon: If I had a cooking show I will cook Ndole.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Angela Wambui Muiruri from KenyaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Angela Wambui Muiruri from Kenya
Angela Wambui Muiruri from Kenya: This dish does not require forks or knives so break off a piece of ugali and a scoop of sukuma wiki with each bite!
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Mariatu Ashake Cole from Sierra LeoneMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Mariatu Ashake Cole from Sierra Leone
Mariatu Ashake Cole from Sierra Leone: Of Avatar... The positive message from the movie is the love for one's culture, the love for one's community, the dedication in protecting one's environment...
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Ayaba d'Almeida from TogoMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Ayaba d'Almeida from Togo
Ayaba d'Almeida from Togo: Men tend to chase after women. These duties should be kept separate and each gender should play their role accordingly.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Coretha Antchouey from GabonMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Coretha Antchouey from Gabon
Coretha Antchouey from Gabon: Africans have to understand the drawbacks of corruption.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Mameisia Kabia from Sierra LeoneMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Mameisia Kabia from Sierra Leone
Mameisia Kabia from Sierra Leone: Worst date... I pulled off and noticed his car trailing closely behind me...
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Liya Endale from EthiopiaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Liya Endale from Ethiopia
Liya Endale from Ethiopia: I often hear that women of Somalia, Ethiopia, Sudan and so forth have a reputation of being very beautiful...
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Miracle Ruth Edison from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Miracle Ruth Edison from Cameroon
Miracle Ruth Edison from Cameroon: To make Breast Ironing in Cameroon illegal.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Nesie Abdula from Sierra LeoneMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Nesie Abdula from Sierra Leone
Nesie Abdula from Sierra Leone: I am representing Sierra Leone which means Lion Mountain.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Janet Choongo from ZambiaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Janet Choongo from Zambia
Janet Choongo from Zambia: All the women in Zambia are wonderfully and fearfully made.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Agnes Ntow from GhanaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Agnes Ntow from Ghana
Agnes Ntow from Ghana: I will be the Oprah or Tyra of Africa.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Vivian Ayuk-Enoh from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Vivian Ayuk-Enoh from Cameroon
Vivian Ayuk-Enoh from Cameroon: I feel that Barack Obama could have gone a step further in addressing the subject of Africa and its leaders.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Gnima Diop from SenegalMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Gnima Diop from Senegal
Gnima Diop from Senegal: About Avator... Being an African Diaspora Studies minor I was a bit concerned and slightly aggravated with the story line at times.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Theresa Nkafu Wenja from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Theresa Nkafu Wenja from Cameroon
Theresa Nkafu Wenja from Cameroon: Growing up I was faced with the pressure of doing things to try and fit in with my peers.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Priscilla Boateng from GhanaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Priscilla Boateng from Ghana
Priscilla Boateng from Ghana: Valentine's Day 2009 was the only Valentine's Day I didn't spend drowning my sorrows in a bucket of Ben & Jerry's chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Ibukunoluwa Oyerinde from NigeriaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Ibukunoluwa Oyerinde from Nigeria
Ibukunoluwa Oyerinde from Nigeria: I personally like to be pursued and it makes me feel secure in the relationship.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Sofia Bushen from EthiopiaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Sofia Bushen from Ethiopia
Sofia Bushen from Ethiopia: Doro Watt is one of the most popular dishes among Ethiopian traditional foods.
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Twamanguluka Ndayaamena Nambili from NamibiaMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Twamanguluka Ndayaamena Nambili from Namibia
Twamanguluka Ndayaamena Nambili from Namibia: I will share a recipe from my tribe called Oshifima no Xuxwa yina Odjove (porridge and chicken with Marula oil).
Miss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Okawa Shaznay from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2010: Contestant Okawa Shaznay from Cameroon
Okawa Shaznay from Cameroon: Over 1.3 million people die through road accidents worldwide every year, about 85% of this comes from Africa!
Cindy Sanyu: A Cindy, Blu 3 Reunion?Cindy Sanyu: A Cindy, Blu 3 Reunion?In the final part of our June interview with Cindy, she talks about various things such as being beaten for performing late in a choir, encouragement from Juliana as she faced the media and a Blu 3 reunion?
Grace Nakimera: Nvawo NaweGrace Nakimera: Nvawo Nawe
Grace Nakimera: Part two of our interview in June.
Beatrice Speaks to Kerry Shawn KeysBeatrice Speaks to Kerry Shawn KeysBeatrice interviews Kerry Shawn Keys who she recently met in Switzerland.
Grace Nakimera: Ani AkumanyiGrace Nakimera: Ani Akumanyi

Cinderella Sanyu: The Unfinished Duo with P SquareCinderella Sanyu: The Unfinished Duo with P SquareCinderella Sanyu aka Cindy Sanyu talks about the making of her first hits as a solo artist including the unfinished duo with the well sought after Nigerian mega start- P Square.
Cinderella Sanyu: Cindy in Red PepperCinderella Sanyu: Cindy in Red Pepper
Red Pepper gets photos of Cinderella Sanyu aka Cindy... Naked!
Cinderella Sanyu: How Cindy Left Blu 3Cinderella Sanyu: How Cindy Left Blu 3
When I left they didn't think I would be a force to reckon with...
Desire Luzinda: One on OneDesire Luzinda: One on One
Rumours about an affair with the mayor, what she feels about some of her sexy videos and about being a bad girl... Desire Luzinda talks about that and much more.
Desire Luzinda: Do Not Compare Me to JulianaDesire Luzinda: Do Not Compare Me to Juliana
To whether she hears about the comparisons to Juliana, Desire says - So much that at one point I felt cheated.
Bella: Queen of Dance Hall Part 2Bella: Queen of Dance Hall Part 2
Anytime now you should be looking out for something HOT... SEXY... HAAT!
Bella: Queen of Dance HallBella: Queen of Dance Hall
You are just a different version of Patra... It's your uniqueness. Its your own thing here... So how would you describe it? Where does it come from?
Nyinomugisha: After the WarNyinomugisha: After the War

Blu 3 - Music, Albums and ToursBlu 3 - Music, Albums and Tours
So if I want to do Fly and it's going to hit South Africa and Nigeria, some of the biggest markets in Africa, now why wouldn't I do that?
Blu 3 - Radio and Weasel of Goodlife and Making Where You AreBlu 3 - Radio and Weasel of Goodlife and Making Where You Are
Jackie: (Still calm and cool as laughter surrounds her) I don't know if they were expecting me to sing it...
Blu 3 - Uganda's International Organization for Migration AmbassadorsBlu 3 - Uganda's International Organization for Migration Ambassadors
Blu 3 talks about Cindy's departure and their appointment as UN Ambassadors in this MusicUganda.com collaboration.
Why Cindy Left Blu 3 - African Women's Week 2009Why Cindy Left Blu 3 - African Women's Week 2009Blu 3 did not want to be asked about the whole Cindy affair... But when we posed the questions Lillian and Jackie were overtaken by emotion... They had to respond.
Kingfisher Resort: Destination JinjaKingfisher Resort: Destination Jinja
Kingfisher Resort, while beautiful, has rather confusing architecture.
Radio and Weasel: Living the Good LifeRadio and Weasel: Living the Good Life
We have been victims of Bebe Cool's bickering. He thought he would take advantage of being famous to throw me in jail for allegedly assaulting him...
Maria Namiiro is Miss Uganda UK 2009Maria Namiiro is Miss Uganda UK 2009
As Miss Uganda UK 2009 winner, Maria wins a modeling contract with Mahogany Model Management and much more.
Ideas Africa: Cutting Across BordersIdeas Africa: Cutting Across Borders
Talking to Alal Rose Jane, proud owner of Ideas Africa.
Waxing vs Threading: To Thread or Not to ThreadWaxing vs Threading: To Thread or Not to Thread
I would be more than happy to demonstrate my technique or even go head-to-head with any threader from anywhere because as I always say... 'The proof is always in the pudding' and seeing is believing.
Shamir Prepares for his African TourShamir Prepares for his African Tour
This is a public letter to all those who know or associate with Kimera Sengendo, AKA Shamir. If you have recently seen this man driving in Kampala in an Escalade or Mercedes, please know that this man has no right to be in these vehicles at all. He would like people to think he has acquired these vehicles through the success of his music. He would like people to see him as a rich man, who has now returned to Africa from the USA as a star. YET ALL OF THIS IS NOTHING BUT A LIE!

Those who saw him flop at Club Silk (April 29th) can judge for themselves his true talent and abilities. The music of Shamir preaches love and harmony between people. But if one judges the man by his actions, one finds a thieving, back-stabbing desperate hypocrite. The truth is that Shamir has betrayed a wonderful family that supported him and treated him like one of their own. The truth is that Shamir has been struggling with a mediocre music career for years. The truth is that he would have nothing without the generosity of those who have believed in him.

Because these good people trusted him, they entered sincerely into a business deal to sell these cars. They made themselves financially vulnerable to him and in return he has taken advantage of them. One of these family members has been stranded in Kampala for over 40 days now trying to recover what is theirs. This man has stolen the life savings of a hard-working and generous family that only ever treated him with kindness and love. Shamir? The name says: SHAM! Shamir? The name says: SHAME!


Antigua JHarbor 5/10
Nakumatt Oasis Open in KampalaNakumatt Oasis Open in Kampala
Nakumatt Oasis, Kampala's hypermarket, recently officially launched in Kampala.
Conversation with Julius OcwinyoConversation with Julius Ocwinyo
Julius Ocwinyo is an editor to one of Uganda's major publishing houses, Fountain Publishers.
Miss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Jarah NakasujjaMiss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Jarah Nakasujja
One effective way of tackling the exhaust fumes, which would be more beneficial to the Ugandan community, would be more use of public transport.
Miss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Remmie BamweyanaMiss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Remmie Bamweyana
The beauty of Uganda is that it has a number of different tribes and with these tribes; they have different cultures and norms, which form their communities.
GNL: Greatness of No LimitsGNL: Greatness of No Limits
GNL has made Ugandans fall in love with hip hop.
Miss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Gloria NsubugaMiss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Gloria Nsubuga
About Museveni's long reign- People are scared of change.
Miss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Lydia OkiyaMiss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Lydia Okiya
Everyone that knows me, knows I believe that foundations for change start at ground level with the young.
Miss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Maria NamiiroMiss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Maria Namiiro
Uganda is beautiful and rich with African culture.
Miss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Nancy TamwesigireMiss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Nancy Tamwesigire
Give them some Ugandan food.
Miss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Brandie AromboMiss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Brandie Arombo
On Museveni and the United States of Africa: I think the reason for the opposition is because, Museveni will be held accountable and come under the jurisdiction of the United Africa.
Miss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Faridah NakanjakoMiss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Faridah Nakanjako
Its all about investments.
Desire Luzinda: The New Gem of Ugandan MusicDesire Luzinda: The New Gem of Ugandan Music
Famed for her songs, Nkomyewo, Bingi, Mubiite and her latest, Nina Omwami with Ngoni, Desire is slowly but surely moving up the ranks in Ugandan Music.
Mihingo Lodge; Wildly WonderfulMihingo Lodge; Wildly Wonderful
From the dining and pool area, guests can enjoy the view of a westward oriented valley and its stunning evening sunsets over Lake Mburo National Park.
Beatrice Speaks to Paulina Wyrzykowski, Author of The Year of NumbersBeatrice Speaks to Paulina Wyrzykowski, Author of The Year of Numbers
I'm a very emotionally intense person, and writing is one way I cope with that intensity.
Bobi Wine is Living His DreamBobi Wine is Living His Dream
Bobi Wine - I am a rich man. But let me put this straight. Fame and fortune are aspects of life but life is bigger than both are. You cannot compare life to money.
Beyonce Knowles in Obsessed - UGPulse ReviewsBeyonce Knowles in Obsessed - UGPulse Reviews
The Movie business: The Knowles cash in with Obsessed.
Miss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Rachel KisakyeMiss Uganda UK 2009: Contestant Rachel Kisakye
Uganda should increase teachers' pay.
A Super Sport Hudle for KCCA Super Sport Hudle for KCC
As the quest for Kakungulu cup intensifies.
African Rural University for Women OpensAfrican Rural University for Women Opens
African Rural University (ARU) - A university has been started to offer a new experience...
Beatrice Speaks to Hilda TwongyeirweBeatrice Speaks to Hilda Twongyeirwe
So you ask where the men are. And for many other international anthologies, the main contributors are women writers.
All Terrain AdventuresAll Terrain Adventures
An approximately 10-minute drive from Jinja town and close to Kimaka airstrip, All Terrain Adventures is arguably one of Uganda's biggest treasures in the tourism domain...
Child Restoration Outreach Gives New Hope to Uganda's Street ChildrenChild Restoration Outreach Gives New Hope to Uganda's Street Children
Child Restoration Outreach - CRO has helped thousands of children get off addiction to drugs, substances and stop bad behavior like theft, usage of vulgar language and illicit sex.
FEMRITE's Lillian TindyebwaFEMRITE's Lillian Tindyebwa
There is international interest in works from Africa and African writers should take this opportunity seriously.
Hectic Valentine's Day For Uganda's Top League TeamsHectic Valentine's Day For Uganda's Top League Teams
A hectic Valentine's Day awaits Uganda's representatives in the continental club championships when they return to action on Valentines Day, Saturday 14th February 2009 for their make or break 2nd leg encounters.
Certification of HonourCertification of Honour
Having worked for several years now, I am more aware about the realities of life.
Myco Chris Taking Ugandan Music to the Next LevelMyco Chris Taking Ugandan Music to the Next Level

Uganda could do more in Human Rights ObservanceUganda could do more in Human Rights Observance
Human Rights are the bedrock of any democracy. Human rights are about respect for the dignity of the person, realization of his or her potential...
Its Chameleone!!Its Chameleone!!
First things first... What happened on that dreadful night in Tanzania?
Politicians likely to shine in 2009Politicians likely to shine in 2009
During the year 2008, President Yoweri Museveni's rallying point on his countrywide tours was the eradication of poverty through increased household incomes. However, by year-end, his focus was on the road sector.
Kakungulu cup: Kato planning for finalsKakungulu cup: Kato planning for finals
  • 1st/04/09- URA Vs Police 1st leg 0:0
  • 2nd/04/09-SC Villa Vs Bunamwaya 1st leg 2:0

Mad Ice: His Journey to HollywoodMad Ice: His Journey to Hollywood

Acholi want more prominent role for Mato OputAcholi want more prominent role for Mato Oput
The moral question is if all other attempts have been tried and failed, why doesn't the world listen to voices of people who say we are ready to forgive? We do not need cosmetic justice but need real peace that is long lasting, not grave yard peace where after every one is dead there is peace.
XOD: One Extraordinary LifeXOD: One Extraordinary Life

Roads Authority Goes to WorkRoads Authority Goes to Work
UNRA faces the challenge of being dismissed as a mere change of name for Road Agency Formation Unit (RAFU).
James Bond: Quantum of Solace - UGPulse ReviewsJames Bond: Quantum of Solace - UGPulse Reviews
Daniel Craig holds his own as James Bond in Quantum of Solace.
The Public Accounts Committee - PAC: A barking dog without teeth?The Public Accounts Committee - PAC: A barking dog without teeth?
PAC's work does not only stop at exposing government officials.
Museveni gets his way on Land Amendments, but...Museveni gets his way on Land Amendments, but...
Many MPs have previously said they will not support the Land Amendments if the concerns raised by several sections of the public are not addressed.
She Sold Her Wedding Gifts to Get Start up Capital for BusinessShe Sold Her Wedding Gifts to Get Start up Capital for Business
Imelda's major challenge was finding capital to start a meaningful business. In 1989, there were no banks offering loans to individuals like her earning 30,600shs.
Changeling - UGPulse ReviewsChangeling - UGPulse Reviews
The courage of one woman against a sexist male dominated corrupt Los Angeles Police force.
Uganda's International Stars - Part 3Uganda's International Stars - Part 3
UGPulse's list of the most notable Ugandans in Diaspora.
South Africa's Nyasha Zimucha Wins Miss Africa USA 2008, Uganda is 4th Runner UpSouth Africa's Nyasha Zimucha Wins Miss Africa USA 2008, Uganda is 4th Runner Up
It was a tough competition.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Delegate Tanta Badjan from GambiaMiss Africa USA 2008: Delegate Tanta Badjan from Gambia
The problem is our leaders put themselves first instead of their people.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Delegate Esosa Edosomwan from NigeriaMiss Africa USA 2008: Delegate Esosa Edosomwan from Nigeria
I believe in the God force that lives inside of us, and once you tap into that, you can do anything.
Lakeview Terrace - UGPulse ReviewsLakeview Terrace - UGPulse Reviews
What would be safer than living next door to a cop?
Views from Fiona: NSSF Bigwigs in Hot SoupViews from Fiona: NSSF Bigwigs in Hot Soup
Puzo wrote in The Godfather; It is nothing personal. Just business.
4th Uhuru Road Race a Success4th Uhuru Road Race a Success
There were 81 runners (more than double than in our last road race).
Letters from Sonja:  Maxl has bitten him alreadyLetters from Sonja: Maxl has bitten him already
Michy is developing very well. We hear only good things about Michy. He is now Nr. 2 in his class. Barbara does not suffer from the infection anymore. This is completely healed.
Letters from Sonja:  100% SepsisLetters from Sonja: 100% Sepsis
I did not see Barbara again that day. I went home without knowing whether Barbara was still alive or not.
Doreen Nabunya on UGPulse with TwiggyDoreen Nabunya on UGPulse with Twiggy
Doreen Nabunya's killer smile - I could not believe I was being booked for just smiling in commercials...
Kisto's Jazzy FeelingKisto's Jazzy Feeling

Ashleigh Shervorn on UGPulse with TwiggyAshleigh Shervorn on UGPulse with Twiggy
Well, I have some development work to do with my portfolio and other areas that people do not see. It is quite amazing just how much work goes into being a model.
2008 PAM Awards Nominees2008 PAM Awards Nominees
2008 PAM Awards Nominees. UGPulse takes a look at this years nominees and their music. Tell us what you think.
Bright Kids Orphanage - BKOCBright Kids Orphanage - BKOCMaking a difference, One child at a Time.
Orange Fleshed Sweet Potato - The HarvestPlus Reaching End-Users  (REU) ProjectOrange Fleshed Sweet Potato - The HarvestPlus Reaching End-Users (REU) Project
The goal of REU is to identify the most cost-effective strategies for farmer adoption and consumer acceptance of conventionally bred nutrient-dense, biofortified foods. This includes identifying, and relieving, bottlenecks in the production, marketing and consumer continuum. Demonstrated success in deploying biofortified foods will be translated into "lessons learned/best practices" to be applied by HarvestPlus and other biofortification programs.

An additional goal is to identify and engage potentially important end users of transgenic crops and develop effective strategies for improving their acceptance among stakeholder populations. Developing instruments for multiplying biofortified planting materials, creating markets for biofortified seed, crops, and food products; and communicating and changing behavior at the policy, institutional, community, and individual levels are all key objectives of REU.
read more HarvestPlus Reaching End Users
Emely Dlamini on UGPulse with TwiggyEmely Dlamini on UGPulse with Twiggy
Exclusive on Emely Dlamini - ...All too often people say they are models but they are not willing to change their look for the client so for me I offer a versatile canvas where the client can achieve his or her look without the model diva tantrums!
Sheila Nortley on UGPulse with TwiggySheila Nortley on UGPulse with Twiggy
Exclusive on Sheila Nortley - ...I saw the most amazing editorial photographs and the most amazing model and I just snapped her up!
Ugandan Women of Apac Complaining of their Lazy HusbandsUgandan Women of Apac Complaining of their Lazy Husbands
Our men need a lot of counseling- cry the women of Apac. Only two women of the 283 interviewed said their husbands take care of their usual duties.
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.
Sarah Ndagire: My People's TrainSarah Ndagire: My People's Train

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.
Pauline Long: Screw it! Let's do itPauline Long: Screw it! Let's do it
Screw it! Let's do it... Nothing better describes this woman... and believe me... I know her better than most!
Sophia White: Mahogany Models' Leading LadySophia White: Mahogany Models' Leading Lady
Interview with Sophia White - Head of Mahogany Model Management on the modeling business, the company, and its Black But Invisible campaign.

More on Mahogany Model Management at mahoganymodelmanagement.com


Meet Ugandan Musician ZaniMeet Ugandan Musician Zani

Soccer: Here Comes The 2008/2009 GTV Super LeagueSoccer: Here Comes The 2008/2009 GTV Super League
Kasozi Ramathan in Kampala previews the season taking a keen insight in the teams' camps visa a vis their chances of having a touch on the silver ware and relegation survival.
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

Lazlo Csaba's Departure is a Big Blow for Uganda's CranesLazlo Csaba's Departure is a Big Blow for Uganda's Cranes
Will Uganda's Cranes be able to do without coach Lazlo Csaba?
Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Connie Suluihana from UgandaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Connie Suluihana from Uganda
Africans in the Diaspora who have the mental and physical tools to try to bandage her over time have left the continent and many more want to leave.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. In the next 10 years where do you see Africa?
  3. If you had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?

Mr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Marvin Mulinde from UgandaMr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Marvin Mulinde from Uganda
It is more than just an organisation, its a movement...

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. In the next 10 years where do you see Africa?
  3. Of the organisations you chose to work with, why did you chose to work with this one?

Mr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Samuel Mulinde from UgandaMr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Samuel Mulinde from Uganda
I thought it was for good cause and to help someone who is underprivileged and less fortunate than me makes me happy that I have managed to make a difference in someone's life.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. How did you hear about Mr and Miss East Africa UK 2008?
  3. Name 3 things you can't live without.

Mr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Mahamad Liban from Somaliland and SomaliaMr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Mahamad Liban from Somaliland and Somalia
As far as I was aware I was taking part in a modeling contest... you know photography, building on my portfolio. But...
Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Loise Njoki from KenyaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Loise Njoki from Kenya
Even though I was born in Uganda and visit there more often than Rwanda, I do really love my Rwandese side as well.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. Of the organisations you chose to work with, why did you chose to work with this one?
  3. Name 3 things you can't live without.

Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Angela Kayanja from RwandaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Angela Kayanja from Rwanda
Even though I was born in Uganda and visit there more often than Rwanda, I do really love my Rwandese side as well.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
  2. If you had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?
  3. Tell us about your country.

Mr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Alan Semugabi from UgandaMr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Alan Semugabi from Uganda
Myself in three words - Unique, happy and silly.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Name 3 things you can't live without.
  2. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  3. How did you hear about Mr and Miss East Africa UK 2008?

Mr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Salis Otim from UgandaMr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Salis Otim from Uganda
At the moment I have a drama series script that I'm trying to get out there that I also act...

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. If you had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?
  3. In the next 10 years where do you see Africa?

Mr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Nicholas Kisirinya from UgandaMr East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Nicholas Kisirinya from Uganda
At the moment I have a drama series script that I'm trying to get out there that I also act...

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. How did you hear about Mr and Miss East Africa UK 2008?
  3. If you had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?

Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Eva Makena from KenyaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Eva Makena from Kenya
I think I speak for all involved in this pageant when I say that its not just a beauty pageant for us. Its a chance to make a difference and be part of this movement for Africa.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Name 3 things you can't live without.
  2. In the next 10 years where do you see Africa?
  3. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?

Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Barbara Kiloy Otim from UgandaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Barbara Kiloy Otim from Uganda
I believe that dance is a universal language and can be used both as a therapy for some things in life.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. How did you hear about Mr and Miss East Africa UK 2008?
  3. If you had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?

Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Catherine Wangeshi from KenyaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Catherine Wangeshi from Kenya
My degree had elements of human rights and refugee studies which got me interested in this subject.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. How did you hear about Mr and Miss East Africa UK 2008?
  2. Of the organisations you chose to work with, why did you chose to work with this one?
  3. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?

Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Jeannrose Mbatia from KenyaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Jeannrose Mbatia from Kenya
I come from the Pride of Africa.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. Tell us about your country.
  3. How did you hear about Mr and Miss East Africa UK 2008?

Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Sheila Denanyoh from GhanaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Sheila Denanyoh from Ghana
Hebbel the German poet - Nothing great in the world has ever been accomplished without passion...
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Armine Atomate from D.R. CongoMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Armine Atomate from D.R. Congo
Giles Bolton - The idea that westerners hold the key to Africa's development is of course, a myth- not to mention patronizing. As I quickly learned, most of the answers lie, as they should, in the hands of the African countries themselves...
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Gloria Lily McCarthy from KenyaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Gloria Lily McCarthy from Kenya
Giles Bolton - The idea that westerners hold the key to Africa's development is of course, a myth- not to mention patronizing. As I quickly learned, most of the answers lie, as they should, in the hands of the African countries themselves...
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Mingana Fochive Danielle Frankie from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Mingana Fochive Danielle Frankie from Cameroon
I know I have what it takes to relate to our future generation.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Imat Akelo-Opio from UgandaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Imat Akelo-Opio from Uganda
Mine at present is Imat- Woman the Phenomenon.
Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Stephanie Mill from MalawiMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Stephanie Mill from Malawi
My mother... without her love and guidance I don't know where I would be.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. Tell us about your country.
  3. Name 3 things you can't live without.

Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Marian Fahen Samatar from SomaliaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Marian Fahen Samatar from Somalia
Africa is a rich continent with poor inhabitants...

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. In the next 10 years where do you see Africa?
  3. If you had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?

Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Melat Bayeh Abate from EthiopiaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Melat Bayeh Abate from Ethiopia
Ethiopia is old beyond imagination...

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. Tell us about your country.
  3. How did you hear about Mr and Miss East Africa UK 2008?

Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Sophia Nanono from UgandaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Sophia Nanono from Uganda
I hope to have completed my nursing degree and gone back to my home country, to give back to the Ugandan community what I have got out of my education.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
  3. If you had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?

Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Lydia Okiya from UgandaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Lydia Okiya from Uganda
In 10 years I see Africa with a developed infrastructure.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Of the organisations you chose to work with, why did you chose to work with this one?
  2. If had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?
  3. In the next 10 years where do you see Africa?

Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Laura Ngwaimbi from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Laura Ngwaimbi from Cameroon
The role of Africans in the Diaspora should be a role of patriotism and civic engagement.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Claris Fanka from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Claris Fanka from Cameroon
The role of Africans in the Diaspora should be a role of patriotism and civic engagement.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Abimbola Tokunbo Kusimo from NigeriaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Abimbola Tokunbo Kusimo from Nigeria
My big secret in beauty is my natural beauty that God has blessed me with.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Sharon Liwsa from UgandaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Sharon Liwsa from Uganda
You don't have to do much to be beautiful.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Vivian Besem Tambe-Ebot from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Vivian Besem Tambe-Ebot from Cameroon
An African woman may be defined by her culture, her family, and whatever experiences she's graced with in life but at the end all of it all she is simply just a woman.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Wilsar Johnson from Sierra LeoneMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Wilsar Johnson from Sierra Leone
My parents taught me the importance of an education and to take advantage of my opportunities.
For You Gulu: Angella Katatumba Continues to Breathe Life Into Northern UgandaFor You Gulu: Angella Katatumba Continues to Breathe Life Into Northern Uganda
I will continue to be actively involved in humanitarian activities as well as concentrate on my music career.
Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Nelly Kibirige from UgandaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Nelly Kibirige from Uganda
Just think of me as the billionaire who loves to share her wealth!

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Tell us about your country.
  2. Tell us what Mr & Miss east Africa UK is to you.
  3. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?

Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Victoria Njau from KenyaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Victoria Njau from Kenya
The key to my beauty is keeping a positive attitude, having the right amount of sleep, having a balanced diet and when it, calls for it a little make-up always helps.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Mutinta Suuya from ZambiaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Mutinta Suuya from Zambia
I also acknowledge the fact that Beauty is fragile therefore, I do not take it for granted but rather humbly appreciate it.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Kapinga Tshiakatumba from South AfricaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Kapinga Tshiakatumba from South Africa
One smart contestant!
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Inna Toure from SenegalMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Inna Toure from Senegal
Of course rice and fish... Any body who knows Senegal knows that this is our number one dish.
Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Yenabi Mezghebe from EritreaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Yenabi Mezghebe from Eritrea
A lot of blood was shed in the process to achieving my people's freedom and I will always be proud of my heritage.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Tell us about your country.
  2. Tell us about an organization you chose to work with.
  3. If had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?

Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Vicky Wilson from KenyaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Vicky Wilson from Kenya
Some may say I live in a dream world, but I believe anything can happen if you put your mind to it.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. If had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?
  3. How did you hear about Mr and Miss east africa UK 2008?

Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Okawa-Shaznay Anyangwe from CameroonMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Okawa-Shaznay Anyangwe from Cameroon
My Heroin? My mother assisted a woman who died by the roadside giving birth to a beautiful baby girl.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Obinwanne Nwizu from NigeriaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Obinwanne Nwizu from Nigeria
An African woman is one of balance...
Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Samantha Gateretse from RwandaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Samantha Gateretse from Rwanda
I would defiantly say I'm a happy person.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Describe yourself in 3 words.
  2. Tell us about your country.
  3. Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?

Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Busi Mlambo from ZimbabweMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Busi Mlambo from Zimbabwe
I love to talk about the greatness of our continent and part of our duty in the Diaspora is to do what we can to make Africa even better.
Kadiatu Kamara on UGPulse with TwiggyKadiatu Kamara on UGPulse with Twiggy
Kadiatu Kamara the intelligent dark beauty from Sierra Leone is making her mark in the fashion industry and heading straight to the top, armed with an impressive CV of catwalk shows under her belt at 5'7 she struts her stuff like no one else.
Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Zerthun Feltamo from EthiopiaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Zerthun Feltamo from Ethiopia
Coffee originally comes from Ethiopia from a place called Keffa. And there is much more about Ethiopia.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. Tell us about your country.
  2. Name 3 things you can't live without.
  3. If had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?

Our One on One with Ugandan Blackman Uncle Rich from LuxembourgOur One on One with Ugandan Blackman Uncle Rich from Luxembourg

Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Nyasha Zimucha from South AfricaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Nyasha Zimucha from South Africa
I appreciate compliments about my physique, but I am more concerned with people getting to know me for who I am.
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Matilda Adeosun from NigeriaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Matilda Adeosun from Nigeria
Jollof rice is my favorite...
Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Mariamma Brown from SenegalMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Mariamma Brown from Senegal
We posed a few questions to Miss Africa 2008 contestants as they competed for their countries before the grand finale at the end of the year.

Next is Miss Africa USA 2008 contestant Mariamma Brown from Senegal.
Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Meron Abera from EthiopiaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Meron Abera from Ethiopia
I believe there is nothing I cannot do and I habitually work on myself so that this belief can be manifested.

Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. In the next 10 years where do you see Africa?
  2. How did you hear about Mr and miss east africa UK 2008?
  3. If you had all the riches in the world, what would you do with your fortune?

Miss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Chioma Cindy Nkachukwu from NigeriaMiss Africa USA 2008: Contestant Chioma Cindy Nkachukwu from Nigeria
We posed a few questions to Miss Africa 2008 contestants as they competed for their countries before the grand finale at the end of the year.

We started with Miss Africa USA 2008 contestant Chioma Cindy Nkachukwu from Nigeria.
Miss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Zaina Riech from UgandaMiss East Africa UK 2008: Contestant Zaina Riech from Uganda
Money talks and so does Zaina.
Asked her 3 Questions:
  1. In the next ten years where do you see Africa?
  2. Where do you see yourself in the next five years?
  3. What would you do if you had all the riches in the world?

Sex and the City The Movie - UGPulse ReviewsSex and the City The Movie - UGPulse Reviews
Mid thirties and still not married.
One on One with Ann McCarthy - Paving the Way to Facilitating DevelopmentOne on One with Ann McCarthy - Paving the Way to Facilitating Development
I really wanted to find something a bit more personal, and this happened when my driver took me into an orphanage in Kampala.... Ann has now joined up with Ida Horner of Ethnic Supplies Ltd and together, they are organising the Gala Dinner and Auction on 17th October at the Hilton Hotel, Cobham.
ANGOLA 2010: Will the Uganda Cranes End the 32 Year-Old Jinx?ANGOLA 2010: Will the Uganda Cranes End the 32 Year-Old Jinx?
Here comes Angola 2010.
Uganda's Planned 2008/09 Budget Faces Maiden TestUganda's Planned 2008/09 Budget Faces Maiden Test
Said to be Uganda's last budget before the exploitation of oil in Uganda.
Word on the Street: LRA and Kony - Peace Talks or Peace JokesWord on the Street: LRA and Kony - Peace Talks or Peace Jokes
The prospects of a peaceful end to the war in northern Uganda - Views on the streets.
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
Mechanical Pitfalls: What to avoid while driving in UgandaMechanical Pitfalls: What to avoid while driving in Uganda
With Uganda's multitude and increasing size of potholes, an average driver finds him/herself executing no less than a dozen emergency stops a day.
Toolman - His Beef with Bobi WineToolman - His Beef with Bobi Wine

Uganda's next president to come from Dokolo?Uganda's next president to come from Dokolo?
I am sure that the people have realized that they have been taken for a ride for so long and now need a more serious person to lead them.
Kiwani: The Movie Premieres in KampalaKiwani: The Movie Premieres in Kampala
From naive university girls to corporate personalities, it is a wave of greed, lies and romance, all entangled in a web orchestrated by the bafere (as conmen are commonly called in Uganda).
Entebbe: Gateway to the Heart of AfricaEntebbe: Gateway to the Heart of Africa
Entebbe earned its name from the Lugandan word 'ntebe' (chair). In pre-colonial times, the town hosted the office (seat) of the chief in Buganda who adjudicated in legal matters of the inhabitants.
Land Amendment Bill 2007: Populist Move by NRM to Win Votes?Land Amendment Bill 2007: Populist Move by NRM to Win Votes?
Buganda Kingdom has fervently opposed the bill saying the bill is intended to grab land in Buganda by giving tenants rights that a landlord can not overturn.
The Land Amendment Bill 2007The Land Amendment Bill 2007
A person who attempts to evict, evicts or participates in the eviction of a lawful or bona fide occupant from registered land without an order of eviction commits an offence and is liable on conviction to imprisonment not exceeding seven years.
Getting Up After A Fall: Mr. HushGetting Up After A Fall: Mr. Hush

Mirembe Campbell: From UGPulse to the Red CarpetMirembe Campbell: From UGPulse to the Red Carpet
Mirembe Campbell could not have it any other way.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Phad A RhymzUgandan Musicians: Meet Phad A Rhymz

Katwe: Uganda's  Hub of Creativity is Fighting to Keep its IdentityKatwe: Uganda's Hub of Creativity is Fighting to Keep its Identity
Katwe is one of the busiest and most thriving suburbs in Kampala. But it is slowly become overcrowding and slum ridden. Its history as a center of creativity is givng way to big business.
Luzira: University of UnderstandingLuzira: University of Understanding
Mambo Bado parish, where most of present Luzira town lies, derived its name from the uncertain days of the 1970s - Mambo Bado is Kiswahili for 'You haven't seen anything yet'.
Joseph Kahirimbanyi Tells All About KwelaJoseph Kahirimbanyi Tells All About Kwela

African Popular Music: Evolution and DiversityAfrican Popular Music: Evolution and Diversity

Jay Lou - My music has its roots in Africa and it has the intention of telling stories of a new Africa, without any complexities, an Africa which is winning and not crying under corruption and misery. I dream of that Africa and I believe in it. In this new millennium people should not be shocked to hear the strings of chords, a harp or harpsichord playing African melodies. Many people do not realize that our continent has evolved...

There are people who think that Khadja Nin's music is "not African" - whatever that means. Khadja's comment on that:

"I think it is really funny that people in Europe and America seem to believe we are still sitting modestly in the bush, beating the drums. After all we grew up with the same music you are listening to everyday on your radios."


Kutamba Aids Orphans School: A New Dawn of Hope for AIDS Orphans in Uganda Kutamba Aids Orphans School: A New Dawn of Hope for AIDS Orphans in Uganda
In September 2007, Carol and Robert organised the first fundraising drive in Colorado. They managed to raise about 40,000 US Dollars... then 90,000 more in December 2007.
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.
Obushera ButookoObushera Butooko
Usually sipped from enkyeeka (a small gourd) or a half litre mug (usually called gamma), obushera butookoo has for long been the Bakiga's favorite thirst quencher.
1 on 1 with Herbert Kinobe1 on 1 with Herbert Kinobe

Kuukaala Ipaalu: Not a man until you have done it among the BagisuKuukaala Ipaalu: Not a man until you have done it among the Bagisu
Members of the Gisu Parliament, the candidates, family members, surgeons and well-wishers from all over Bugisu indulge in the kadodi (indigenous dance) to local songs accompanied with drumming until dawn. It is always a celebration of unity and mass circumcision is performed...
Uganda's International Stars - Part 2Uganda's International Stars - Part 2Jane continues with UGPulse's list of the most notable Ugandans in Diaspora.
Uganda's SpontaneousUganda's Spontaneous

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."
BSG Labongo: Uganda's Blessed Son of GodBSG Labongo: Uganda's Blessed Son of God

Kampala's Centenary ParkKampala's Centenary Park
The best Italian pizzas in Kampala...
Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Nikah, The Nubian MarriageTraditional Marriages in Uganda: Nikah, The Nubian Marriage
Although all Nubians are Moslems, the first bride has the option of demanding that the groom never takes on another wife.
Views from Fiona: Nyaka Eire! Concert 2008Views from Fiona: Nyaka Eire! Concert 2008
If the beautiful hosts Mirembe Campbell and Jane Musoke- Nteyefas did not awe the audience at the Imperial Royale Hotel Kampala on the evening of 12th January 2008, then I do not know who could have done it better than they did.
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.
Solving the Karamoja EquationSolving the Karamoja Equation
The guns are a wide problem in the region because the gun is the weapon of choice used during cattle rustling operations in Karamoja and its neighbouring areas.
Karamoja - through the eyes of a Muzungu Karamoja - through the eyes of a Muzungu
I was shocked at the pride with which a Karamojong warrior assured me that he never wastes a bullet and that he can put down three soldiers at once when they are stupid enough to stand in a row (single file, as the military call it).
Is it Possible for the UPDF to Disarm the Karamojong Warriors Peacefully?Is it Possible for the UPDF to Disarm the Karamojong Warriors Peacefully?
I was thirsty. The soldiers would not give me anything to drink. We were kept naked in there, even in the damp of the night. We were kept in the well from morning to morning!
The Rise of UK's Top Male Model Phoenix JamesThe Rise of UK's Top Male Model Phoenix James
All you see is the light and a voice and you never really know where the next step is. All you know is that you have to follow the light and keep listening to the voice. Therefore, I really do not know how long I am going to last in the fashion industry but somehow, this mentality works because I always end up in the right place.
Dhaira Junior is Set to Rule Uganda's Goal Keeping DepartmentDhaira Junior is Set to Rule Uganda's Goal Keeping Department
Like father like son.
Olive takes us to Kasenyi Landing SiteOlive takes us to Kasenyi Landing Site
When I arrived, most were sitting in little groups discussing the death of a recently drowned colleague.
Environmental Talk: What has Spilling Petroleum Products got to do with our Potholes? Environmental Talk: What has Spilling Petroleum Products got to do with our Potholes?
A thin, slippery film of spilled diesel stays around after a spillage but becomes invisible to the eye.
Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Okuzaaliibwa Mumaka in BusogaTraditional Marriages in Uganda: Okuzaaliibwa Mumaka in Busoga
After getting familiar with the visitors, the hosting spokesman mentions a set of conditions and expectations upon which the issue of bride price can be discussed.
2008 Nyaka Eire! Concert: One on One with Kay Morris2008 Nyaka Eire! Concert: One on One with Kay Morris

Nyaka Eire Concert


Why the Succession Cancer Weakening the Ruling National Resistance MovementWhy the Succession Cancer Weakening the Ruling National Resistance Movement
Who will be the next leader of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM)?
Meet Peter PieMeet Peter Pie

UGPulse Reviews War DanceUGPulse Reviews War Dance
Another movie made in Uganda to get an Oscar?
War Dance - Click here for movie's Website
Funerals Among the BagwereFunerals Among the Bagwere
The mourning period can take as long as three to seven days, climaxing with okunaaba, a ritual where different herbs are pounded, mixed with water and sprinkled over all mourners.
Uganda's African Cup jinx : Back to the Drawing BoardUganda's African Cup jinx : Back to the Drawing Board
"I'm so surprised. This can only happen on the African continent. It is CAF that determined our destiny. Our rivals got the results they wanted after knowing ours. I can bet those wouldnt have been the results if we had all played at the same time," fumed Ugandan coach, Laszlo Csaba.
Dee Beauty Tips: Skin Bleaching and LighteningDee Beauty Tips: Skin Bleaching and Lightening
Some of these creams are used to treat genuine, skin disorders such as vitiligo and rosea but these creams should be taken in moderation only.
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.
Dee Beauty Tips: Cleansing, Toning and MoisturisingDee Beauty Tips: Cleansing, Toning and Moisturising
Starting with the basics: once you have identified what skin type you are, then you are able, to apply the correct cleanser, toner and moisturizer for your beauty regime.
Women file petition against bride price in Uganda's Constitutional CourtWomen file petition against bride price in Uganda's Constitutional CourtMany Ugandans agree that the culture of bride price payment has become extremely commercialised, with parents looking at their daughters as monetary reserves.
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


The 2007/2008 GTV Super League Promises FireworksThe 2007/2008 GTV Super League Promises Fireworks
The league officially kicked off on 2nd November 2007 with an opener between archrivals SC Villa and Express FC at Nakivubo stadium.
2007 PAM Awards: The Winners2007 PAM Awards: The Winners
Saturday's big Winners at the 2007 PAM Awards.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Miss Mfonobong Essiet of Nigeria WinsMiss Africa USA 2007: Miss Mfonobong Essiet of Nigeria Wins
She's a wonderful ambassador who is already a community leader who travels to different parts of Africa hosting shows and seminars for good causes and will represent Africa well in the USA and beyond.
Rocking the boat: Who will succeed Col. Besigye as FDC President?Rocking the boat: Who will succeed Col. Besigye as FDC President?
Besigye has become a god of sorts in the political opposition circles of Uganda.
2007 PAM Award Nominee Henry Tigan2007 PAM Award Nominee Henry Tigan

Miss Africa USA 2007: One on One with Lady Kate Atabong NjeumaMiss Africa USA 2007: One on One with Lady Kate Atabong Njeuma
Having grown up in Cameroon, been educated in England and married in the USA, I feel like I'm in a good position to talk about culture.
2007 PAM Award Nominee Qute Kaye2007 PAM Award Nominee Qute Kaye

Betty wins Miss CHOGM 2007Betty wins Miss CHOGM 2007
The key factors considered in choosing the winner were indulgency, eloquence, personality, smartness, body mobility and the level of expression.
2007 PAM Award Nominee Kid Fox2007 PAM Award Nominee Kid Fox

CHOGM 2007: Uganda Prepares to Host Historic Commonwealth MeetCHOGM 2007: Uganda Prepares to Host Historic Commonwealth Meet
The labourious sweeping that goes on throughout the day along Entebbe Road tells volumes about how much CHOGM has changed the mentality of the officers in charge of managing Kampala's hygiene.
Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Nyom - The Acholi MarriageTraditional Marriages in Uganda: Nyom - The Acholi Marriage
The Acholi are arguably Uganda's third largest tribe.

Click here for more Traditional Marriages in Uganda.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Soretti Hubena of EthiopiaMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Soretti Hubena of Ethiopia
The issue close to my heart is lack of medication in Africa.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Jewel Nana Thompson of GhanaMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Jewel Nana Thompson of Ghana
I believe in a good night's rest, you can never go wrong with that.
Reggae Icon Lucky Dube Meets an Untimely EndReggae Icon Lucky Dube Meets an Untimely End
Many people, especially Rastafarians, agree that Dube ably filled a void created by the deaths of reggae legends Bob Marley and Michael Tosh.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Rachel Anderson Temu of TanzaniaMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Rachel Anderson Temu of Tanzania
She already won Miss Africa California U.S.A. for 2007-2008.
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."
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Manyuan Saidia Reffell-Davis of LiberiaMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Manyuan Saidia Reffell-Davis of Liberia
I should be crowned as Miss African United States because (I have the)tenacity and self-leadership to move on and accomplish the duties and tasks set before me.
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
UGPulse Reviews Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?UGPulse Reviews Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?
Another Jennifer Hudson repeat?
Why Did I Get Married? - Click here for movie's Website
Unplugging Priscilla Kalibala: A pastor's daughter swimming in secular watersUnplugging Priscilla Kalibala: A pastor's daughter swimming in secular waters

Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Yordanos Ghdey of EritreaMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Yordanos Ghdey of Eritrea
I am not entering this beauty pageant to prove how beautiful I am or even the women from my country are...
Independence: Can The UPC Party Use The Historic National Day To Rise again? Independence: Can The UPC Party Use The Historic National Day To Rise again?
Independence Day for UPC marks the death of a Ugandan hero.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Rachel Marete of KenyaMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Rachel Marete of Kenya
At last... a real beauty tip: I realized that when one mixes moisturizer and loose powder it forms a kind of foundation only it is much lighter and more comfortable than usual foundation...
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Aida Ouattara of Burkina FasoMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Aida Ouattara of Burkina Faso
Her early bouts with rejection and the unexpected divorce of her parents at the age of 8 greatly influenced her desire to excel in life.
Chameleone Goes GlobalChameleone Goes Global

Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Osungu Osong of CameroonMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Osungu Osong of Cameroon
I drink a lot of water which helps to keep my skin looking fresh and healthy.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Coumba Diop of SenegalMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Coumba Diop of Senegal
Will never do without my faith in Allah.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Mary Dour of SudanMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Mary Dour of Sudan
On physical beauty: Keep it dark & lovely!
Jane Musoke Nteyafas: UGPulse writer wins Planet Africa Network AwardJane Musoke Nteyafas: UGPulse writer wins Planet Africa Network Award
Jane pulls off another 1.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Sadia Noah of GambiaMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Sadia Noah of Gambia
From the Nation's capital.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Marie Kiyungu of BurundiMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Marie Kiyungu of Burundi
Six years ago I was forced to flee my country and I came to the US. My son, who then was four years old, become separated from me.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Elizabeth Mbalu Conteh of Sierra LeoneMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Elizabeth MBalu Conteh of Sierra Leone
It's about making a difference in a continent that, so longs for it.
AJON: The Centuries Old Drink from the ItesotsAJON: The Centuries Old Drink from the Itesots
The Ateso continue to sip their ajon with pride.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Orelie Bizuela Sodolo of CongoMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Orelie Bizuela Sodolo of Congo
From Silver Spring, Maryland.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Mfonobong Essiet of NigeriaMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Mfonobong Essiet of Nigeria
Student in the Biomedical Sciences!
Uganda Super League: GTV Deal a Real DealUganda Super League: GTV Deal a Real Deal
For a long time now, most football players in Uganda have been signing contracts with clubs without the consent of their governing federation.
Miss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Sera Lubowa of UgandaMiss Africa USA 2007: Delegate Sera Lubowa of Uganda
Determined to become something BIG!
Pentecostal movement riddled with scandals: Will Caesar bring sanity to God's temple?Pentecostal movement riddled with scandals: Will Caesar bring sanity to God's temple?
While the traditional churches in Uganda are governed under the Trustees Incorporation Act, which imposes a strict regime of accountability, just a handful of pastors from the mushrooming Pentecostal churches have set up trustees.
Dorcus Inzikuru: Inzi's pregnancy worth a public alarm?Dorcus Inzikuru: Inzi's pregnancy worth a public alarm?
In Inzi's Alur culture, a married woman becomes a misfit in society when she clocks thirty years without an offspring.
Letters from Sonja:  Murchison Falls in 1965Letters from Sonja: Murchison Falls in 1965
A great adventure to which I was looking forward all these years.
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...
Political Party Funding Bill: Will the proposed Bill enhance democracy in Uganda?Political Party Funding Bill: Will the proposed Bill enhance democracy in Uganda?
The debate on what transpired in the 2006 elections seems to be withering and something new has come up.
The Uganda Museum: The Custodian of Uganda's HeritageThe Uganda Museum: The Custodian of Uganda's Heritage
Despite the fact that the museum is about 4kms from Kampala city centre, few Ugandans visit it.
Maureen Nyakaira Named as Miss East Africa UK 2007Maureen Nyakaira Named as Miss East Africa UK 2007
Maureen will visit Nyaka which has been of special interest to UGPulse. "Nyaka" also happens to be the first five letters of Maureen's last name... coincidence or destiny?
Environmental Talk: Green Water in our Pipes - Chickens coming home to roostEnvironmental Talk: Green Water in our Pipes - Chickens coming home to roost
Residents of Kampala wake up to green water in their taps.
It's Now or Never: Cranes must beat Niger to qualify for the Ghana 2008 ACN FinalsIt's Now or Never: Cranes must beat Niger to qualify for the Ghana 2008 ACN Finals
This Saturday is the last chance for Cranes.
The Ups and Downs of the 2006/2007 Super LeagueThe Ups and Downs of the 2006/2007 Super League
Stiff competition observed.
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...
Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Bana Emanuel from EritreaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Bana Emanuel from Eritrea

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Linda Gray from UgandaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Linda Gray from Uganda

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Rahel Tsegaye from EthiopiaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Rahel Tsegaye from Ethiopia

The UNAA in 2007 - A New DirectionThe UNAA in 2007 - A New Direction
The course of UNAA is changing.
Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Faridah from KenyaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Faridah from Kenya
Listen to Wendi

Watch Wendi

More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Maureen Nyakaira from UgandaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Maureen Nyakaira from Uganda
Listen to Wendi

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More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Saba from EritreaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Saba from Eritrea
Listen to Wendi

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More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Sarah Hailay from EritreaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Sarah Hailay from Eritrea
Listen to Wendi

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More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Vanessa Nakangu from UgandaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Vanessa Nakangu from Uganda
Listen to Kicommando

More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Issa  Diallo from SudanMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Issa Diallo from Sudan
Listen to Kadingo

More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Lily Petros from EritreaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Lily Petros from Eritrea
Listen to Wendi

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More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Zaina Ahmed from UgandaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Zaina Ahmed from Uganda
Listen to Kabaseke

More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Nadia Simba from TanzaniaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Nadia Simba from Tanzania
Listen to Ani Yaleeta

More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Janet Nambuya from UgandaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Janet Nambuya from Uganda
Listen to Wendi

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More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Uchizi Chinula from MalawiMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Uchizi Chinula from Malawi
Listen to Wendi

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More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Miss East Africa UK: Vote for Doreen Nabunya from UgandaMiss East Africa UK: Vote for Doreen Nabunya from Uganda
Listen to Abalungi Balumya

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More Bobi Wine songs as Miss East African UK contestants get rolled out.

Bobi Wine's Fire base crew is no more... His Excellency now leads the Republic of UganjaBobi Wine's Fire base crew is no more... His Excellency now leads the Republic of Uganja

Kasubi TombsKasubi Tombs
An architectural marvel.
Views from Fiona: Banking in Uganda Gone High TechViews from Fiona: Banking in Uganda Gone High Tech
Ugandans forced to keep up with technology.
African Talented Artists: Turning paper into lifeAfrican Talented Artists: Turning paper into lifeTurning paper into life.
It is Year 2000: Ethiopia Celebrates its Third Millenium start September 12 2007It is Year 2000: Ethiopia Celebrates its Third Millenium start September 12 2007
Our new year is always held on September 11th (or 12th in the case of a leap year).
Susan Muwonge Changes the face of Motor Sport in UgandaSusan Muwonge Changes the face of Motor Sport in Uganda
Tagged Super Lady.
Company Profiles: Uganda Baati - Serving you since 1964Company Profiles: Uganda Baati - Serving you since 1964If the Ugandan government's policy changes, we are looking at expanding...
Juliana Kanyomozi: Our Tooro PrincessJuliana Kanyomozi: Our Tooro Princess

Miss Ethiopia Zewdi RedaMiss Ethiopia Zewdi Reda
I strongly believe in giving back to my community for the support they give me.
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

Michael Moore's Sicko Tells the Story of One Ugandan American WomanMoore's Sicko Tells the Story of One Ugandan American Woman
A Search for Juctice: Ugandan born Barbara Clark
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


Karama Umuntu's Florence AbwoyoKarama Umuntu's Florence Abwoyo
UK-based Florence Abwoyo is launching lifestyle magazine - Karama Umuntu.
1 on 1 with Ugandan Rwandan Singer Sandra Karigirwa Part 21 on 1 with Ugandan Rwandan Singer Sandra Karigirwa Part 2

Her Name is OmegaHer Name is Omega

Diamond Oscar: My Turn to ShineDiamond Oscar: My Turn to Shine

Namibia's Frieda Shapopi: The Face of Karama UmuntuNamibia's Frieda Shapopi: The Face of Karama Umuntu
Namibian international supermodel is the face of Karama Umuntu.
Augustine Nsumba, Uganda's MessiAugustine Nsumba, Uganda's Messi
His love for the game dates back to when he was only three years old.
Meet Hildah Awuor: Kenya's Answer to Sudanese Supermodel Alek Wek Meet Hildah Awuor: Kenya's Answer to Sudanese Supermodel Alek Wek
Handpicked at Karama Umuntu Hair show.
Uganda's GiftUganda's Gift

Views from Fiona: Pentecostal Rows Rage OnViews from Fiona: Pentecostal Rows Rage On
Seeking divine intervention.
Ugandan Musican Sooka Cyrus:  Uganda's own R. Kelly in the makingUgandan Musican Sooka Cyrus: Uganda's own R. Kelly in the making

Jacqueline Matovu-  Ugandan Beauty Queen Taking the World by StormJacqueline Matovu- Ugandan Beauty Queen Taking the World by Storm
An interview with Jacqueline Matovu.
Company Profiles: Lugeye Property ConsultantsCompany Profiles: Lugeye Property ConsultantsLubwama says that Lugeye offers affordable rates and gives genuine advice about the Ugandan market to property sellers... For example we have an influx of Sudanese and other foreigners buying property like there is no tomorrow.
Wasswa: inspirational Ugandan Sculptor from EntebbeWasswa: inspirational Ugandan Sculptor from EntebbeYou have to pay.
Uganda's Peace Keeping Mission in SomaliaUganda's Peace Keeping Mission in SomaliaNot so peaceful keeping peace in Somalia.
Pauline Long  Editor of UGPulse BeautyPauline Long Editor of UGPulse Beauty
Learn the beauty secrets of the elite here at UGPulse Beauty.
Mirembe Campbell, the Face of the New UGPulse Beauty ChannelMirembe Campbell, the Face of the New UGPulse Beauty Channel
We get to keep Mirembe right here on UGPulse.
Karama Umuntu Magazine - Introducing the New African Magazine That is Set to Go GlobalKarama Umuntu Magazine - Introducing the New African Magazine That is Set to Go Global
This week we introduce you to two words...

Karama Umuntu

Karama Umuntu - Beauty was born in Africa.
Company Profiles: Uganda's Post Office or Posta Company Profiles: Uganda's Post Office or Posta Keeping itself relevant after 100 years.
Energising Uganda: An Alternative Perspective on Uganda's Energy Crisis (Part IV)Energising Uganda: An Alternative Perspective on Uganda's Energy Crisis (Part IV)

This article, which comes in four parts, argues that the current approach to solving Uganda's energy problems is fundamentally flawed, not only in itself but also, and equally important, in the kind of economic development it will engender.

Part I
Part II
Part III


Energising Uganda: An Alternative Perspective on Uganda's Energy Crisis (Part III)Energising Uganda: An Alternative Perspective on Uganda's Energy Crisis (Part III)

This article, which comes in four parts, argues that the current approach to solving Uganda's energy problems is fundamentally flawed, not only in itself but also, and equally important, in the kind of economic development it will engender.

Part I
Part II


Dungu's Cleaning Exercise TimelyDungu's Cleaning Exercise Timely
The Ugandan boxing team already owns a dirty resume.
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

Ssekajja-less Cranes Invade Crocodiles SanctuarySsekajja-less Cranes Invade Crocodiles Sanctuary
As Uganda cranes returns to action against Lesotho in Maseru.
Uganda's 2007/2008 Budget: In Whose Interest?Uganda's 2007/2008 Budget: In Whose Interest?
Highlights of Uganda's 2007/2008 budget.
Waiting for Uganda's 2007/2008 BudgetWaiting for Uganda's 2007/2008 Budget
Budget scheduled to be read today on Thursday June 14, 2007.
Views from Fiona: Focus on Gender and TradeViews from Fiona: Focus on Gender and Trade
It was agreed for the 8th WAMM to be hosted by Uganda at the 7th WAMM conference in Nadi, Fiji in June 2004.
Company Profiles: Front Page Microfinance - A Revolution in  Microfinance ProvisionCompany Profiles: Front Page Microfinance - A Revolution in Microfinance ProvisionWe are not just looking at earning profits, but at serving the Ugandan society as well.
Energising Uganda: An Alternative Perspective on Uganda's Energy Crisis (Part II)Energising Uganda: An Alternative Perspective on Uganda's Energy Crisis (Part II)

This article, which comes in four parts, argues that the current approach to solving Uganda's energy problems is fundamentally flawed, not only in itself but also, and equally important, in the kind of economic development it will engender.

Read Energising Uganda: An Alternative Perspective on Uganda's Energy Crisis (Part I)


Letters from Sonja:  Aunt Gudrun and Ugandan Television in 1964Letters from Sonja: Aunt Gudrun and Ugandan Television in 1964
We knew James Bwogi.
Innerman:  The Next Big Thing in Ugandan MusicInnerman: The Next Big Thing in Ugandan Music
Uganda Music Clips
Innerman Listen to Lwa Kisa

Listen to Nakupenda

Listen to Silina Manyi

Watch Silina Manyi

Company Profiles: Heritage Oil Corporation Holding Uganda's Oil DreamCompany Profiles: Heritage Oil Corporation Holding Uganda's Oil DreamUganda can now output 27,000 barrels of oil per day.
Views from Fiona: What Can Bring Ugandans Back to the Theatres? Views from Fiona: What Can Bring Ugandans Back to the Theatres?
Cultural arts in Uganda.
JUNE MASSA-CRE: Uganda's Cranes beat the mighty Super Eagles of Nigeria JUNE MASSA-CRE: Uganda's Cranes beat the mighty Super Eagles of Nigeria
JUNE MASSA-CRE: Massa spurs 10-man Cranes to a memorable victory over Nigeria.
SHOWTIME: Uganda Cranes versus Nigeria's Super EaglesSHOWTIME: Uganda Cranes versus Nigeria's Super Eagles
Judgment Day as the Cranes battle Super Eagles in 'David Vs Goliath' battle.
Energising Uganda: An Alternative Perspective on Uganda's Energy Crisis (Part I)Energising Uganda: An Alternative Perspective on Uganda's Energy Crisis (Part I)

This article, which comes in four parts, argues that the current approach to solving Uganda's energy problems is fundamentally flawed, not only in itself but also, and equally important, in the kind of economic development it will engender.

2007/2008 Budget: What should Uganda's next budget tackle?2007/2008 Budget: What should Uganda's next budget tackle?Private sector indicate their Budget expectations.
Ugandans Eagerly Wait for Nigeria's Super EaglesUgandans Eagerly Wait for Nigeria's Super Eagles
Why the Super Eagles will curse their June flight to Kampala.
Views from Fiona: Commonwealth Heads Of State General Meeting- Kampala's New LookViews from Fiona: Commonwealth Heads Of State General Meeting- Kampala's New Look
Providing connectivity to many rural Ugandans.
Count Down to the Uganda Cranes versus Nigeria's Super Eagles meetCount Down to the Uganda Cranes versus Nigeria's Super Eagles meet
Nigeria in trouble.
Paul Kafeero, Kadongo Kamu Maestro, Buried TodayPaul Kafeero, Kadongo Kamu Maestro, Buried Today
Kadongo kamu maestro rests his mic.
Book Review - Africa: Continent of Economic Opportunity by David FickBook Review - Africa: Continent of Economic Opportunity by David Fick
Providing answers to business challenges in Africa.
1 on 1 with Peter Miles and Menshan1 on 1 with Peter Miles and Menshan
Uganda Music Clips
Peter Miles and Menshan Listen to Love

Listen to One Time

Listen to Leya

Listen to Rukus

Watch One Time

Watch Rukus

The Fabulous Fimbo MukasaThe Fabulous Fimbo Mukasa
Uganda's forgotten soccer star.
The Incredible Rise of Badru Lusambya a.k.a 'Mr. Crush'The Incredible Rise of Badru Lusambya a.k.a 'Mr. Crush'
An African star.
Jackson Mayanja: The Greatest Ugandan Footballer?Jackson Mayanja: The Greatest Ugandan Footballer?
Mia Mia.
Company Profiles: Ethiopian AirlinesCompany Profiles: Ethiopian Airlines
Ethiopian Airlines: The airline that turns miles into smiles.
Uganda's Super League: Express FC Fading OffUganda's Super League: Express FC Fading Off
Ten reasons why Express FC is fading off the Ugandan Super League radar.
Views from Fiona: Lobola... Ready to be Sold?Views from Fiona: Lobola... Ready to be Sold?
Let's face it. Families nowadays are greedy and try to suck the groom-to-be dry by imposing a hefty lobola.
Epic Weekend in the Ugandan Super LeagueEpic Weekend in the Ugandan Super League
Its now or never for the Red Eagles as Police travels to Masindi for a double fixture.
Surprises at Uganda's 6th Employer of the Year Award Ceremony Surprises at Uganda's 6th Employer of the Year Award Ceremony
Less known rural based company beats renowned Kampala companies.
The Bagwere of PallisaThe Bagwere of Pallisa
Many people from other parts of Uganda have been guilty of mistaking the Bagwere to belong to one of the sub-ethnic groups among the Basoga or even closely linking the Bagwere to the Itesots, all originally found in Eastern Uganda.
Separation of Powers: Does Uganda have 'Proper' Democracy?Separation of Powers: Does Uganda have 'Proper' Democracy?
Gideon Munaabi examines this notion called Separation of Powers.
Rukungiri Town: A Town Weary of Political BattlesRukungiri Town: A Town Weary of Political Battles
It is almost a 12 hour journey by public means from Kampala.
Environmental Talk: Moving Ugandas Factories Away from Jinja Comes at a CostEnvironmental Talk: Moving Ugandas Factories Away from Jinja Comes at a Cost
Should we encourage factories to be located near power sources?
Letters from Sonja:  OmaLetters from Sonja: Oma
I am really glad we went home last year.
Uganda's Bombers Promise to Write History in Ugandan BoxingUganda's Bombers Promise to Write History in Ugandan Boxing
Tactician: We are in Cairo for the medals
Racial Violence, Deaths Rock Kampala As Rioter Protest Mabira Forest GiveawayRacial Violence, Deaths Rock Kampala As Rioter Protest Mabira Forest Giveaway
At the central police station in the Center of Kampala City, some Indians were seeking police protection.
Uganda Cranes Lost a Battle... Not a WarUganda Cranes Lost a Battle... Not a War
The one goal and the other 'goal'.
UGPulse Reviews The ReapingUGPulse Reviews The Reaping
Ummm... what happened?
Kalo: Making a Big Come Back to Ugandan Dining TablesKalo: Making a Big Come Back to Ugandan Dining Tables
Swallowing it directly without chewing!
Nakulabye: A Town Living Up to its NameNakulabye: A Town Living Up to its Name
I saw you. I saw you doing it!
Uganda's Super League Second Round PredictionsUganda's Super League Second Round Predictions
Its time for survival for the fittest As the half time whistle blows.
United Nations Backs Male Circumcision, African Leaders Reluctant to Adopt RecommendationUnited Nations Backs Male Circumcision, African Leaders Reluctant to Adopt Recommendation
Worry that people who aren't qualified to perform it will rush forward to meet the demand.
Company Profiles: Hotel Diplomate Kampala - Above all the RestCompany Profiles: Hotel Diplomate Kampala - Above all the Rest
A great View Point for fireworks on New Year's Eve in Kampala.
Environmental Talk: Dangers of DustEnvironmental Talk: Dangers of Dust
Members of UGPulse in the Diaspora have always commented on how dusty Uganda seemed on their visits...
Uganda's Difficult Path Towards an Agreeable Land PolicyUganda's Difficult Path Towards an Agreeable Land Policy
Uganda's difficult path towards an agreeable National Land Policy:
The challenges of turning our land into a real development tool.
Views from Fiona: Acid Attack SurvivorsViews from Fiona: Acid Attack Survivors
Challenged but not defeated.
The Beautiful Side of KanunguThe Beautiful Side of Kanungu
There is much more to Kanungu than mass murder and cults.
1 on 1 with Mbali George featuring Princess Yvonne1 on 1 with Mbali George featuring Princess Yvonne
Uganda Music Clips
Mbali George featuring Princess Yvonne Listen to Kiwala Kito

Listen to Mulimba **NEW**

Listen to Party Time

Watch Kiwala Kito

Watch Etooke **NEW**

Watch Etooke (LIVE) **NEW**

Watch Party Time

Mabira Forest: Ugandans Wake Up to the Cost Of Disappearing Forests in UgandaMabira Forest: Cost Of Disappearing Forests in Uganda
Forests or factories: Does industrialisation have to swallow what is left of Uganda's forests? Ray of Hope through Kabaka Mutebi.
Nyaka Rises to Meet the AIDS Orphans' ChallengeNyaka Rises to Meet the AIDS Orphans' Challenge
We need to do more
Also Read:
Nyaka School for Orphans: One Man's Vision and Inexhaustible Determination
Female Genital Cutting /Mutilation (FGC/FGM) continues despite Damaging Health RepercussionsFemale Genital Cutting /Mutilation (FGC/FGM) continues despite Damaging Health Repercussions
Tackling female genital mutilation from a health and cultural perspective.
Seven Years Since the Kanungu MassacreSeven Years Since the Kanungu Massacre
Are we any wiser?
Should Male Circumcision be Embraced as an HIV Preventive Measure?Should Male Circumcision be Embraced as an HIV Preventive Measure?
Will increased circumcision help?
1 on 1 with Goodenuff's Ngoni1 on 1 with Goodenuff's Ngoni
Uganda Music Clips
Ngoni Listen to Intro
Listen to Nasiima Gwe
Listen to Digi
Listen to Nakupenda
Listen to Sunita
Listen to Bigula
Listen to Banacity
Listen to Rose
Listen to Digi Remix

Watch Bigula

Watch Nasiima Gwe

Watch Digi

Watch Banacity

Watch Nanupenda

Listen to
Mimi Na Wewe


Listen to
Black, Yello, Red






Environmental Talk: Do we need Sports Utility Vehicles or SUVs?Environmental Talk: Do we need Sports Utility Vehicles or SUVs?
Land of the Pajero.
Letters from Sonja:  The New Immigration BillLetters from Sonja: The New Immigration Bill
Will the Winklmaiers be forced to return to Germany?
UGPulse Reviews Black Snake MoanUGPulse Reviews Black Snake Moan
Another Song of the Year award?
UNEB Releases Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education Exam ResultsUNEB Releases Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education Exam Results
Relatively peaceful testing period for students in the north.
See Top Performers here >>
Barkcloth: Buganda's Vintage DressBarkcloth: Buganda's Vintage Dress
The wrapper for the dead?
UGPulse Reviews Blood DiamondUGPulse Reviews Blood Diamond
You'll never look at diamonds the same way again.
Life Under Idi Amin: The Story of Theresa Nanziri BukenyaLife Under Idi Amin: The Story of Theresa Nanziri Bukenya
The introduction of security lights around Africa Hall, Makerere University was allegedly meant to keep erratic government soldiers from preying on female students.

Click here for more articles on Idi Amin>>
Future of Ugandan Soccer Lies in AcademiesFuture of Ugandan Soccer Lies in Academies
Frank Rijkard- Uganda a rough diamond?
1 on 1 with Ugandan RnB Artist Michael Ross1 on 1 with Ugandan RnB Artist Michael Ross
Uganda Music Clips
Michael Ross Listen to Senurita

Listen to Yo the One

Listen to How Do You Love

Listen to Its Over Now

Listen to Yooyo

Listen to On Fire

Watch Yo the One

Watch On Fire

Watch It's Over Now

Football: What's in a Nickname?Football: What's in a Nickname?
The Jogoos: SC Villa has lived up to it's nickname to dominate UG soccer.
Letters from Sonja:  Returning HomeLetters from Sonja: Returning Home
The Winklmaiers return home.
Diary of a Ugandan HerdsmanDiary of a Ugandan Herdsman
The herder is called Omulisa- the one who feeds.
UGPulse Reviews NorbitUGPulse Reviews Norbit
Death Do Us Part.
Banyoro: their Magic Empaako and Marriage TraditionsBanyoro: their Magic Empaako and Marriage Traditions
"When a Munyoro or Mutooro meets another Munyoro or Mutooro, the first thing is to ask the other person's Empaako, and then greet the person using this pet-name."
South Africa Clash: History is Against the KobsSouth Africa Clash: History is Against the Kobs
Csaba remains optimistic.
Viboyo: Uganda's Tommy MottolaViboyo: Uganda's Tommy Mottola
From Sound Room on William Street.
The Kayiira Phenomenon: Reasons Behind It AllThe Kayiira Phenomenon: Reasons Behind It All
Intricate details are now emerging.
Letters: to Ramathan Kasozi (about Magid Musisi)Letters: to Ramathan Kasozi (about Magid Musisi)
The Crocodile March.
NRM 21st Liberation Anniversary: How Government Is Accounting For The Lost SoulsNRM 21st Liberation Anniversary: How Government Is Accounting For The Lost Souls
For those who had a chance to attend the 21st NRM Anniversary at Kololo on January 26, 2007, they witnessed the handful of supporters who attended the celebrations.
Environmental Talk At UGPulse: Alternative Energy Solutions for UgandansEnvironmental Talk At UGPulse: Alternative Energy Solutions for UgandansIn Uganda, even a nursery kid knows what Umeme means black outs!
President Yoweri Museveni: Life After Uganda Elections 2006President Yoweri Museveni: Life After Uganda Elections 2006
Museveni reflects on the year's achievements.
FUFA Too Soft on SsekajjaFUFA Too Soft on Ssekajja
High time Mulindwa reacts accordingly.
Ugandan Musicians: Blu*3 is BackUgandan Musicians: Blu*3 is Back
Uganda Music Clips
Blu*3 Listen to Mutima Gwange

Listen to Kankyakyankye

Listen to Nsanyuka Naawe

Watch Hitaji

Watch Nsanyuka Naawe

Watch Burrn

1 on 1 with Uganda's Favorite Traditional Dance Group: The Planets1 on 1 with Uganda's Favorite Traditional Dance Group: The Planets
Uganda Music Clips
The Planets Watch Sekukkule: Olunaku lwa Christmasi

Watch Omwoyo Gwabafumbo

Watch WBS Television

Watch Obunyonyi

Watch Kiganda Drums and Dance

Watch Abakyala na Abami

Ugandan Musicians: Meet Deborah Kisakye KitonsaUgandan Musicians: Meet Deborah Kisakye Kitonsa
Uganda Music Clips
Deborah Kisakye Kitonsa Watch Mukama Yamanyi Okulonda

Watch Enimi Ezisesa

Watch Bwana Wangu

Watch Talemelerwa Katonda Wange

Watch Mukama Gwe Mpeera Yange

Watch Ekisa Kya Mukama

Makapads: Makerere University Makes Affordable Sanitary PadsMakapads: Makerere University Makes Affordable Sanitary Pads
Affordable sanitary pads from papyrus to keep girls in school.
Letters from Sonja:  Early 1963, After IndependenceLetters from Sonja: Early 1963, After Independence
Everything went very well in the beginning.
1 on 1 with Ugandan Rwandan Singer Sandra Karigirwa Part 11 on 1 with Ugandan Rwandan Singer Sandra Karigirwa Part 1
Uganda Music Clips
Sandra K
Part 1: Sandra's Earlier Music
Listen to Hakuna

Listen to Malaika

Listen to Asanti Baba

Tracing the Origin of  the Gomesi / BusuutiTracing the Origin of the Gomesi / Busuuti
Women dressed in busuuti.
Diagnosing DiabetesDiagnosing Diabetes
Detecting Diabetes.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Butchaman, Disabled but Very AbleUgandan Musicians: Meet Butchaman
Uganda Music Clips
Butchaman Listen to
Mwagala Kyi


Listen to
Nakupenda with Ngoni


Listen to Peace
with Angella Katatumba


Watch Nakupenda
with Ngoni


Watch Obantamiza with Titie

Watch Lwaki Temumatira


Matooke: Buganda's MmereMatooke: Buganda's Mmere
Preparing matooke.
Miss Kenya Swiss 2006: Winnie OjangaMiss Kenya Swiss 2006: Winnie Ojanga
2 girls with Ugandan citizenship.
Hornsleth Village Project Uganda: A New Form of Colonialism?Hornsleth Village Project Uganda: A New Form of Colonialism?
Investigations about Hornsleth have indicated that he is a man whose actions are clearly satanic as portrayed by the works and publications on his website.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Bobi Wine, PAM Award Artist of the YearUgandan Musicians: Meet Bobi Wine
Uganda Music Clips
Bobi Wine Listen to
Omwana Wabandi(BADA)


Watch Mwekume
(with Wethaman)


Watch Sunda
(with Ziggy D)


Watch Wendi

Watch Omwana Wabandi
BADA


Watch Bam Bam
(with FBC)


Watch Taata wa Baana
(with Juliana)



Ugandan Musicians: Meet Benon & VampossUgandan Musicians: Meet Benon & Vamposs
Uganda Music Clips
Benon and Vamposs Listen to Mumuleete

Listen to Nsazewo

Watch My Lady

Watch Nsazewo

1 on 1 with National Geographic Photographer David Pluth Part 21 on 1 with National Geographic Photographer David Pluth Part 2
Should we accept 1,200 a year to be killed violently?
1 on 1 with National Geographic Photographer David Pluth1 on 1 with National Geographic Photographer David Pluth
The man behind much of the photography on Uganda.
Letters from Sonja:  The Rest of 1962Letters from Sonja: The Rest of 1962
Gerd gets a Porsche in Kampala.
Power Crisis Hits Harder in UgandaPower Crisis Hits Harder in Uganda
Is there a way out of the current electricity crisis in Uganda?
Letters: GULU WALK DC REPORTLetters: GULU WALK DC REPORT
"Thank You!"
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


Health Matters: BalanceHealth Matters: Balance
Physical, mental, and social.
Letters from Sonja:  Uganda gets its IndependenceLetters from Sonja: Uganda gets its Independence
I am convinced that development here now will be advancing at an even faster pace.
Uganda's 44th Independence anniversary:  What is there to celebrate?Uganda's 44th Independence anniversary: What is there to celebrate?
Special thanks to Sonja Winklmaier for photos from Uganda Independence October 9th 1962 Souvenir Programme.
INDEPENDENCE: Britain Hands OverINDEPENDENCE: Britain Hands Over

Taken from the Uganda Argus Independence Special of October 9th, 1962


A Law to Punish People who Knowingly Infect others with HIV?A Law to Punish People who Knowingly Infect others with HIV?
Worry that the HIV/AIDS problem will be driven underground.
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
Road to Peace in Northern Uganda: The Odd ProposalRoad to Peace in Northern Uganda: The Odd ProposalIs it a Mission Impossible for Riek Machar?
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
Transfer Fever in KampalaTransfer Fever in Kampala
As clubs scramble for players.
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.
Maji FC Vow to Give Express FC a LessonMaji FC Vow to Give Express FC a Lesson
D-day in Kampala as Maji plots to drown the Red eagles in theKakungulu finals.
The KaramojongThe KaramojongA tribe whose life would be meaningless without cattle.

The photographs from David Pluth appearing in this article are taken from a soon-to-be-published book:
KARAMOJA! Uganda’s Land of Warrior Nomads.
Click here for UGPulse's 1 on 1 with David Pluth.
Environmental Talk At UGPulse: Paving RoadsEnvironmental Talk At UGPulse: Paving RoadsRead this before you pave your land.
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

Jane Musoke-Nteyafas: Painting Africa in CanadaJane Musoke-Nteyafas: Painting Africa in CanadaShe is a sworn workaholic.
Oil Production in Uganda: Is the Nation Ready?Oil Production in Uganda: Is the Nation Ready?
As Uganda warms up for oil... the prospects and implications.
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

Moment of Truth for UgandaMoment of Truth for Uganda
As the Uganda Cranes start its journey to Ghana 2008.
Saturday Results: Uganda 3 Lesotho 0
Read more >>
2008 Ghana African Cup of Nations Qualifiers: Who is Who in the Cranes SquadWho is Who in the Cranes Squad
The Cranes kick start the journey to Ghana against Lesotho on Saturday 2nd September.
A Day in  KatangaA Day in Katanga
Its a katogo of lifestyles and income levels at Katanga.

All Photos from Ultimate Media Consult.
Ugandas Chameleone at UKs MOBO AwardsUgandas Chameleone at UKs MOBO AwardsUgandan talent acknowledged in UK music industry.
2008 Ghana African Cup of Nations Qualifiers: Crucial Rehearsal 2008 Ghana African Cup of Nations Qualifiers: Crucial Rehearsal
...as the Cranes battle Burkina Faso in the final buildup on Wednesday
Word on the Street: Government Redistribution of LandWord on the Street: Government Redistribution of Land
What is your opinion?
Views from Fiona: ...and Still I RiseViews from Fiona: ...and Still I Rise
I would like to applaud our fellow women...
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."
Cranes Invade Libya for the 2008 Ghana African Cup of Nations QualifiersCranes Invade Libya for the 2008 Ghana African Cup of Nations Qualifiers
Laszlo Csaba takes the team to libya for the 2008 Ghana African Cup of Nations qualifiers.
Kiwatule Recreation CenterKiwatule Recreation Center
Soon to be a must for all to visit!
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

Will the Csaba era Provide the Answers for Uganda Cranes?Will the Csaba era Provide the Answers for Uganda Cranes?
"I'm optimistic that the team can do the job."
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.
Uganda  Cranes Get New CoachUganda Cranes Get New Coach
Assessing the team's ability.
SC Villa Breaks Wankulukuku Jinx SC Villa Breaks Wankulukuku Jinx
Lubowa's Sc Villa broke Wankulukuku jinx on Saturday.
Peace Talks or Peace Jokes- Government of Uganda and Lord's Resistant Army Talks: A Gideon AnalysisPeace Talks or Peace Jokes: A Gideon AnalysisGideon examines the intents and positions of both sides of the table.
GOVERNMENT OF UGANDA'S POSITION AT THE GOVERNMENT OF UGANDA/ LORD'S RESISTANCE ARMY TALKSGOVERNMENT OF UGANDA'S POSITIONTALKS MEDIATED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF SOUTHERN SUDAN
OPENING STATEMENT OF THE LRA PEACE DELEGATIONOPENING STATEMENT OF THE LRA PEACE DELEGATIONJUBA - SOUTHERN SUDAN (16th JULY 2006)
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?

Idi Amin Dada: A Hero in Ugandan Sports?Idi Amin Dada: A Hero in Ugandan Sports?
A curse in political arena, a hero in the sporting field.

Click here for more articles on Idi Amin>>
UGPulse Reviews X-Men III: The Last StandUGPulse Reviews X-Men III: The Last Stand
Director Brett Ratner takes you on another ride with the X-Men.
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.
Ultimate Media Consult Celebrates 3 YearsUltimate Media Consult Celebrates 3 Years
You can create your own jobs and be responsible for your own living.
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

The Greatest Ugandan Ever! Part 2The Greatest Ugandan Ever! Part 2
A number of Ugandans have left their imprint on the character, culture, politics and history of our country. From politicians, traditional monarchs, health care workers and teachers to artists, thinkers and a host of regular people.

But which Ugandan do you think made the greatest and most essential contribution to our national history or the countrys international image so far?

Also see: The Greatest Ugandan Ever! Part 1
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


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

Who was Who in Ugandan Music 2005: NgoniWho was Who in Ugandan Music 2005: Ngoni
Uganda Music Clips
Ngoni Click Here to Listen to Nasiima Gwe

Click Here to Listen to Digi

Click Here to Listen to Digi (Remix)

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."
UGPulse Reviews Hustle and FlowUGPulse Reviews Hustle and FlowIn this land of dreams, it sucks when you are one of those where nothing seems to be going the way you had thought it would have been.

March 5th, 2006 UPDATE:
Hustle and Flow made history at the 78th Annual Academy Awards- Sunday March 5th, 2006. BEST ORIGINAL SONG for "IT'S HARD OUT HERE FOR A PIMP" by 3-6 Mafia- Music and Lyrics by Jordan Houston, Cedric Coleman and Paul Beauregard. First Rap Song to ever get an Oscar. Questions are immediately asked of what to expect from hip hop penetrating the Oscars.

Click here for post interview.

Other Oscar winners included King Kong and nominees War of the Worlds.

Players to Watch in This Year's Super League Players to Watch in This Year's Super League
The players to watch in Uganda's super league football.
This Year's Super League Promises Fire WorksThis Year's Super League Promises Fire Works
The 2006 season kicks off this weekend with a cracking encounter putting surprise champions Police F.C. against their old nemesis KCC FC at Nakivubo stadium.
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 naďveté. I however make no apologies for being true to myself."
Letters from Sonja: Oma Kaggwa, Dr. Aliker and Mr. OboteLetters from Sonja: Oma Kaggwa, Dr. Aliker and Mr. Obote
Some of the people Sonja knew around this time.
Ugandan Musicians: Essence KasoziUgandan Musicians: Essence Kasozi
Sexy, talented, intelligent and inspiring...
Merry Christmas UGPulse VisitorsMerry Christmas UGPulse Visitors
This Christmas 2005 is different. Kampala is hotter than usual and it is not only because of the weather.
Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Ankole StyleTraditional Marriages in Uganda: Ankole Style
...among the Bahima (section of the Banyankole) girls who were about the age of marriage were forced to feed on milk until they were very heavy. “They could barely walk,” an Ankole elder once joked during an introduction ceremony.
Letters from Sonja: Other Bits and Pieces of Life in 1960Letters from Sonja: Other Bits and Pieces of Life in 1960
Sonja summarizes other events that took place in 1960 to give us a sense of her life at the time before she takes us into 1961.
UGPulse Reviews King KongUGPulse Reviews King Kong
A movie you do not want to miss... mainly because everyone else will be talking about it for a while... so go watch it and let us know what you think. How does it compare to the original?
Letters from Sonja: Uganda and Africa Enter the 1960sLetters from Sonja: Uganda and Africa Enter the 1960s
It is the begining of the 1960s and times are changing in Africa.
Northern Uganda Leaders Scoff at LRA Peace DealNorthern Uganda Leaders Scoff at LRA Peace Deal
Northern Uganda's leaders are tired of peacetalks. What does this mean to ending the situation in the north?
Thoughts from a Frustrated Black Woman Part 2Thoughts from a Frustrated Black Woman Part 2
“At the time I was arrested I had no idea it would turn into this,” Mrs. Parks said 30 years later. “It was just a day like any other day. The only thing that made it significant was that the masses of the people joined in.”

...if we are going to demonstrate our rights to exercise our freedom of speech and rights, remember let us have an agenda for invoking a positive change, and not petty mayhem.
Thoughts from a Frustrated Black Woman Part 1Thoughts from a Frustrated Black Woman Part 1
With all that is going on in East Africa and the rest of the world, Aretha is getting driven into politics.
Letters from Sonja: The Big SurpriseLetters from Sonja: The Big Surprise
Hubert reveals the big surprise.
People Profiles: FionaPeople Profiles: FionaFor all the curious site visitors who have been wondering who Views from Fiona's Fiona Abaasa is, here she is...

UGPulse would like to publish profiles of Ugandans around the world, famous or not. Everyone counts!

Please send profiles and photos to letters@ugatechusa.net for review and publication.
Letters from Sonja: Ulrike-Barbara is BornLetters from Sonja: Ulrike-Barbara is Born
Our second child, a daughter, Ulrike-Barbara was born.
Northern Uganda's Impact on TourismNorthern Uganda's Impact on Tourism
As many of us prepare to walk on Gulu Walk Day on 22nd October to remind people of Northern Uganda...

Janet Museveni said that all stakeholders in the tourism sector need to identify, portray and market the uniqueness of the country’s tourism potential and avoid being ‘copy cats’ of what already exists in other countries.
Obote: The Premier's Own StoryObote: The Premier's Own Story

The Prime Minister of Uganda

The man who leads the new independent nation was once a labourer on a building site.

Uganda Argus, 1962.


Letters from Sonja: Saved by a Coca-Cola BottleLetters from Sonja: Saved by a Coca-Cola Bottle
Sonja's 14th letter takes place towards the end of 1959. At this time she has just returned from Germany after Michael's second operation which they had been planning for a long time. It is also time to move into their new home on the hill.
Paul Mwandha Dies at an Early AgePaul Mwandha Dies at an Early Age
Paul Mwandha dies of cancer.

There are many Ugandan musicians and artists who will agree that Paul Mwandha has done a lot for the entertainment business in Uganda. He will be missed.
Katrina: Hits Home in Uganda Part 2Katrina: Hits Home in Uganda Part 2
We are now talking about the devastation left behind by not one but two hurricanes.

In this second part to "Katrina: Hits Home in Uganda", Aretha worries from Kampala.
Katrina: Hits Home in UgandaKatrina: Hits Home in Uganda
As we remember Katrina, the United States is once again being tested. The island city Galveston, Texas, not too far from Houston, Texas, and other cities in the Gulf of Mexico, including New Orleans, are bracing themselves for another major storm this weekend. Rita, as she has been called, has climbed up to a category-5 storm in the warm waters of the gulf and a state of emergency has been declared in Texas and Louisiana. Over 1.3 million people in the region have been ordered to evacuate by authorities. Galveston’s mayor has called in thousands of volunteers to help evacuate her population of 58,000. The worst scenario has the island completely under water and it is here in 1900 that Galveston was struck by United States' deadliest hurricane in 1900.
Letters from Sonja: BuzigaLetters from Sonja: Buziga
About Buziga and the "King of Buziga".
Letters from Sonja: Uganda's Independence is NearLetters from Sonja: Uganda's Independence is Near
The year is 1959 and Africa is on the verge of some major changes. It is also time for that second operation for Michael.
Letters from Sonja: Uganda in 1958Letters from Sonja: Uganda in 1958
Sonja gives us a summary of events in her life in 1958.
UGPulse Reviews Four BrothersUGPulse Reviews Four Brothers
After lending his name to "Hustle and Flow", and borrowing the leading actor of that movie, Terrence Howard, can John Singleton create a good follow up?
Letters from Sonja: EuniceLetters from Sonja: Eunice
A promising young woman!
John Garang Buried; Museveni Angers Sudanese AuthoritiesJohn Garang Buried; Museveni Angers Sudanese Authorities
130 people killed in a week of riots.
Join the Emboozi forumsJoin the Emboozi forumsJoin the Emboozi forums and please open up or join in the discussions.
Letters from Sonja: My Greatest Day in 1956Letters from Sonja: My Greatest Day in 1956
Michael-Alexander is born and Sonja's relationship with her in-laws is tested.
Letters from Sonja: The Kabaka's PhotographersLetters from Sonja: The Kabaka's Photographers
Sonja and Hubert's friendship with the Kabaka introduces them to other royals as well as other important people in Kampala.
UGPulse Reviews Fantastic FourUGPulse Reviews Fantastic FourI think Hollywood is beginning to get the message. We go to the movies to see movies as well as some cool special effects and not to find out which actor is sleeping with who in their real life. No doubt that Hollywood will be busy taking notes on the making of Fantastic Four.
Letters from Sonja: Meeting Kabaka Mutesa IILetters from Sonja: Meeting Kabaka Mutesa II
Sonja and Hubert are introduced to H.R.H. Mutesa II, Kabaka of Buganda.
UGPulse Reviews War of the WorldsUGPulse Reviews War of the WorldsWhen you combine one of the hottest directors in Hollywood with one of its best actors and probably, currently the best child actor, you got a blockbuster in the making. Then when they open a movie such as this on a Wednesday night they know that people are going to spread the word so that they can bring up the numbers for the all important weekend figures.

...or maybe they know that people will not talk too long about the movie after their initial enthusiasm.
UGPulse Reviews Mr. and Mrs. SmithUGPulse Reviews Mr. and Mrs. SmithThe cast is sexy. The explosions, car chases and smooth one-liners of the trailer promise you a block buster hit.

Does the movie measure up?
Luxury Banking in Uganda: DFCU Acacia Luxury Banking in Uganda: DFCU Acacia
Whether it is called “personalized” banking or “hassle-free” banking, three banks are creatively constructing a trendy and innovative concept of new luxurious banking services in Kampala by offering some unique and fresh benefits to an elite circle of customers to maintain their clientele relationships, and to enhance their customer care services.

The bank trio consists of Barclays, Nile and DFCU banks.
Luxury Banking in Uganda: Nile's Club EsteemLuxury Banking in Uganda: Nile's Club Esteem
Whether it is called “personalized” banking or “hassle-free” banking, three banks are creatively constructing a trendy and innovative concept of new luxurious banking services in Kampala by offering some unique and fresh benefits to an elite circle of customers to maintain their clientele relationships, and to enhance their customer care services.

The bank trio consists of Barclays, Nile and DFCU banks.
Luxury Banking in Uganda: Barclays PrestigeLuxury Banking in Uganda: Barclays Prestige
Whether it is called “personalized” banking or “hassle-free” banking, three banks are creatively constructing a trendy and innovative concept of new luxurious banking services in Kampala by offering some unique and fresh benefits to an elite circle of customers to maintain their clientele relationships, and to enhance their customer care services.
Letters from Sonja: Moving to UgandaLetters from Sonja: Moving to Uganda
It is not an easy move for Hubert, Sonja and Mwinzi in their beetle on a murram road to Uganda.
In the World of Two MusevenisIn the World of Two Musevenis
Henry Kiiwa Musoke gives a brief background on who Museveni is and examines why this man is so loved and yet passionately hated. He ends the article by asking us to stop and take a look at the meaning of the word "democracy".

Where do you stand on the issues of "Democracy" and "Museveni"?
Letters from Sonja: The People of KenyaLetters from Sonja: The People of Kenya
Sonja meets various people in Kenya and refuses the accommodation given to her and her husband who is to be transferred to Mombasa- a move that could threaten his career.

Make sure that you click on "Discuss This Article" because Sonja has joined Emboozi to answer questions- thanks to UGPulse member Qsheeba. Do not be afraid to ask her anything.
UGPulse Members Discuss AIDS on EmbooziUGPulse Members Discuss AIDS on Emboozi
It began with a light hearted opening of the thread "Talk about contraversies!!!!" by UGPulse member Hermit to talk about the contraversial play 'Vagina Monologues' which the Ugandan government refused the organizers to show in Uganda. It looks like the show served its purpose after all, as a number of Ugandans continue to talk about issues in the way the show hoped they would.

It is no difference at the Emboozi Forums where they asked UGPulse to help educate those that might have missed a pointer or two on AIDS.
Letters from Sonja: The WeddingLetters from Sonja: The Wedding
Sonja finally meets Hubert and is introduced to the continent of Africa.
Letters from Sonja: The Adventure BeginsLetters from Sonja: The Adventure Begins
Part three of "Letters from Sonja", starts in Venice where Sonja begins her journey through the Mediterranean Sea, the Red Sea, through the Gulf of Aden and into the Indian Ocean. She is on her way to meet Hubert for the first time in Mombasa, Kenya.
Is it Worth it?Is it Worth it?Henry, a Ugandan living in the United States, helps out his friend, John, who is about to be deported.
Letters from Sonja: My First Visit to UgandaLetters from Sonja: My First Visit to Uganda
Join us at UGPulse.com as Sonja takes us on a journey into her past. On this ride we will see images, read stories, share some light moments and share some that were sad. Prepare to meet the royals and the likes of Idi Amin through Sonja's eyes and those letters that she wrote and her family kept.

These are the "Letters from Sonja".











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