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Barkcloth: Buganda's Vintage DressBarkcloth: Buganda's Vintage Dress
The wrapper for the dead?
Buganda's Okwabya Olumbe and the Tradition of Installing an HeirBuganda's Okwabya Olumbe and the Tradition of Installing an Heir
The day of Okwabya Olumbe is preceded by another ceremony known as Okusula Kulumbe - loosely translated as sleeping over death.
Matooke: Buganda's MmereMatooke: Buganda's Mmere
Preparing matooke.
Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Marriages in Buganda- KwanjulaTraditional Marriages in Uganda: Marriages in Buganda- Kwanjula
A Munyoro takes on a Kwanjula Mission.
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.
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.
Plate Cafe's Underestimated Glory Plate Cafe's Underestimated Glory Whenever you can, do pass by at Plate Cafe; my treat.
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).
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.
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!
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.
Ideas Africa: Cutting Across BordersIdeas Africa: Cutting Across Borders
Talking to Alal Rose Jane, proud owner of Ideas Africa.
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.
Clash of generations in Political PartiesClash of generations in Political Parties
In the NRM, the problem seems to stem from the frustration of distorted or unclear career paths.
Peeping into Uganda's Political Outlook in 2009Peeping into Uganda's Political Outlook in 2009
As Uganda nears the 2011 elections Basiika takes a look at the road ahead in 2009.
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.
Uganda's International Stars - Part 3Uganda's International Stars - Part 3
UGPulse's list of the most notable Ugandans in Diaspora.
One on One with 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.
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.
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'.
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.
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.
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.
AJON: The Centuries Old Drink from the ItesotsAJON: The Centuries Old Drink from the Itesots
The Ateso continue to sip their ajon with pride.
Kasubi TombsKasubi Tombs
An architectural marvel.
Princess Faith Rukidi of BunyoroPrincess Faith Rukidi of Bunyoro
"I would love to hear from other respectful modeling companies."
Company Profiles: Uganda's Post Office or Posta Company Profiles: Uganda's Post Office or Posta Keeping itself relevant after 100 years.
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


Paul Kafeero, Kadongo Kamu Maestro, Buried TodayPaul Kafeero, Kadongo Kamu Maestro, Buried Today
Kadongo kamu maestro rests his mic.
The Fabulous Fimbo MukasaThe Fabulous Fimbo Mukasa
Uganda's forgotten soccer star.
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.
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 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.
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

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Watch Etooke (LIVE) **NEW**

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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.
Seven Years Since the Kanungu MassacreSeven Years Since the Kanungu Massacre
Are we any wiser?
1 on 1 with Goodenuff's Ngoni1 on 1 with Goodenuff's Ngoni
Uganda Music Clips
Ngoni Listen to Intro
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Listen to Nakupenda
Listen to Sunita
Listen to Bigula
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Listen to Rose
Listen to Digi Remix

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Mimi Na Wewe


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Black, Yello, Red






Letters from Sonja:  The New Immigration BillLetters from Sonja: The New Immigration Bill
Will the Winklmaiers be forced to return to Germany?
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>>
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

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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

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Watch Kiganda Drums and Dance

Watch Abakyala na Abami

Tracing the Origin of  the Gomesi / BusuutiTracing the Origin of the Gomesi / Busuuti
Women dressed in busuuti.
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)


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(with Wethaman)


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(with Ziggy D)


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BADA


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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 Musicians: Meet Sarah NdagireUgandan Musicians: Meet Sarah Ndagire
Uganda Music Clips
Sarah Ndagire Listen to Peter

Listen to Katitiira

Listen to Olikoma Eyo

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Read another interview with Sarah Ndagire
Kalagala FallsKalagala Falls
Kalagala is certainly going to be a different place in a year's time.
Kiwatule Recreation CenterKiwatule Recreation Center
Soon to be a must for all to visit!
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


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Watch I Live for You

Watch For You Gulu

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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 Ibrahim Lwanga  CEO of Milestone EntertainmentUgandan Musicians: Meet Ibrahim Lwanga CEO of Milestone Entertainment
Uganda Music Clips
Ibrahim Lwanga  CEO of Milestone Entertainment Listen to Dem Nuh Like We

Listen to So Stress ft Luther Martin Kintu

Listen to Nappblack (1997) ft Shiney Dayz

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1 on 1 with Abdul Kalema Kimbugwe, Ugandan North American Association (UNAA) President  1 on 1 with Abdul Kalema Kimbugwe UNAA President
"I call upon each talent in every one of us; the professionals, entrepreneurs, artists, scientists, politicians and all, to come forward with ideas and resources to make UNAA that formidable force to reckon with."
Key Regions Insist on Federo Status, As Government Fails to Start Regional Tier System Key Regions Insist on Federo Status, As Government Fails to Start Regional Tier System
After several regions in Uganda demanded to be granted a federal status, the government of President Yoweri Museveni decided instead to form regional tiers.
A Trip to Uganda's ParliamentA Trip to Uganda's ParliamentThis is the most interesting thing with our carved screen. It has a journey motif. A journey around Uganda, and for people who have been to these places, it is great and interesting to look at this representation.
Ugandan Musicians: Meet Alex Kirya aka Krazy NativeUgandan Musicians: Meet Alex Kirya aka Krazy Native
Uganda Music Clips
Krazy Native Listen Tuja Babya

Listen Eno ye ensi
by Bataka Underground


Listen Wansi Wagulu


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with Indigenous

Letters from Sonja: The Unlikely UPC - Kabaka Yekka UnionLetters from Sonja: The Unlikely UPC - Kabaka Yekka Union
Imagine if the Ugandan flag was to be green, blue and gold striped with a crested crane in the middle...
Ndere Center Peace Fest, May 2006Ndere Center Peace Fest, May 2006
Ndere Center Peace Fest brings to life Uganda's diverse rich heritage.
Land Tenure Policies Complicating Development in KampalaLand Tenure Policies Complicating Development in Kampala
"You need to make sure there are no tenants on the land you are buying, or that they have vacated and have been adequately compensated by the party selling you the land. You can also use a credible estates agency in buying and developing land whenever possible, since they have experts in sorting out issues of land. Otherwise, you may buy land, which although it has a land title, has perennial problems with tenants."
Ugandan Artists: Meet David KibuukaUgandan Artists: Meet David Kibuuka
"I am never satisfied that Ive done all I can to help bring the world together through my art."

-David Kibuuka.
Letters from Sonja: The Floods of 1961Letters from Sonja: The Floods of 1961
From deaths to some, to delaying mail and interupting the construction at Buziga, the rains of 1961 affected everyone at the time.
24 Arrested Over Kibaale Tribal Conflict That Has Claimed 3 24 Arrested Over Kibaale Tribal Conflict That Has Claimed 3
More tribal conflict.
The African Village Guest FarmThe African Village Guest Farm
Difficult to believe that all this is in Hoima...
THE FORGOTTEN CHILDREN OF UGANDATHE FORGOTTEN CHILDREN OF UGANDA
"the worlds most neglected humanitarian crisis" and "one of the biggest scandals of our generation."

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

Ritah Nabuyungo Edopu
The Tradition of 'Visiting the Bush'The Tradition of 'Visiting the Bush'
Is it necessary?
Traditional Marriages in Uganda: Youth Embracing Cross-Cultural MarriageTraditional Marriages in Uganda: Youth Embracing Cross-Cultural Marriage

Letters from Sonja: Off to KindergartenLetters from Sonja: Off to Kindergarten
Will the house at Buziga Hill ever get finished?
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.
Can Mulindwa Liberate Ugandan Soccer?Can Mulindwa Liberate Ugandan Soccer?
Renewed hope for Ugandan soccer.
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.
People Profiles: BrianPeople Profiles: BrianBorn and bred in Uganda, from Jinja now in Minnesota...

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.
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: Part 2- Forming Uganda People's CongressObote: Part 2- Forming Uganda People's Congress

The Prime Minister of Uganda

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

Uganda Argus, 1962.


2nd Amakula Kampala International Film Festival2nd Amakula Kampala International Film Festival
The second Amakula Kampala International Film Festival is taking place in Kampala and this year's theme is "Story Lines".
Nnyanzi ArtNnyanzi Art
VISUAL FEAST FROM THE PEARL OF AFRICA WHITSTABLE, UK. MAY 11TH –24TH, 2005.
Uganda Music Profiles: WizzyUganda Music Profiles: WizzyOur first Uganda Music Profile on UGPulse is a pianist at hotels, a keyboardist, percussionist… an all round musician. Wizzy is his artistic name.

On our Entertainment Channel, UGPulse would like to publish profiles of Ugandan artists around the world. let us know what you are doing. Help us support you in promoting the Pulse of Uganda!

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The Greatest Ugandan Ever! The Greatest Ugandan Ever! 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 country’s international image so far?
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.
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.
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.
A Monarchy of Seven LivesA Monarchy of Seven LivesReliving a History of a Kingdom and Nation.
The Power of FaithThe Power of FaithThe Uganda Martyrs and a battle of the spirits; a miracle that continues to grow .











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