Visit Jinja, the cradle of all thrills

Visit Jinja, the cradle of all thrills

There is always a great place in Uganda, a place where people travel from miles just to experience what it has to offer. Here places are full of  magnificent natural wonders where you will fall in love at first sight with everything you see. Jinja and great Nile river can be the highlights of Uganda […]

Uganda’s Businge eyes Africa journalist of the year

Uganda’s Businge eyes Africa journalist of the year

Hope is the last thing that dies for Uganda’s Conan Daniel Businge who submitted his entries to the CNN MultiChoice African Journalist Awards four years in a row before he was finally shortlisted as a finalist in 2016. For the New Vision reporter who’s been a journalist for eight years, this recognition marks the peak […]

Uganda shines at Japan’s JATA tourism EXPO

Uganda shines at Japan’s JATA tourism EXPO

By Sadiki Adams  adamsjk7@gmail.com After making world headlines with the Hollywood blockbuster Queen of Katwe, the rolled eggs commonly known as ‘rolex’, Uganda has now excelled in this year’s JATA (Japan Association of Tour Agents) Tourism expo. The globally renowned JATA is organized by the Japan Travel and Tourism Association (JTTA) and the Japan Association […]

Kilembe Mines, President Danny Faure, Kabaka Mwanga and other Uganda- Seychelles influences

Kilembe Mines, President Danny Faure, Kabaka Mwanga and other Uganda- Seychelles influences

Ugandans greeted with much excitement last week when the Seychelles vice president Danny Faure was proclaimed to complete the five-year term of resigning President James Michel and would be sworn in on Oct 16. Not much is known about Danny Faure early life but he was born on 8th May 1962 in Kilembe Mines, Uganda […]

The state of Reggae in Uganda

The state of Reggae in Uganda

Well, here is the thing; I love reggae, you love reggae, we love reggae, everybody seems to love reggae. If you don’t love reggae, then please this might not be your kind of story. But hey, go on and read, you never know, you might like it… But for now, let mi friend dem go […]

Culture Shock – Ugandan hamburger

Culture Shock – Ugandan hamburger

“Prepare yourself for the culture shock,” advised a colleague two nights before I left Kampala, “Because when you get there you will be quite lonely.” My memories of the definition of the term, however hazy because I first heard it during those cloudy first weeks in University, didn’t isolate culture shock to the loneliness one […]