Wednesday,November 25,2020 08:53 AM


Isolated tribe ventures out of threatened...

Dressed in loincloths and speaking an unknown language, the Mashco-Piro are increasingly venturing out of their forests.

Dining in the company of history

We eased into a new eating place in the middle of the city, and we were received by a set of cute smiles, and something I found quite unique to my vast...

A jolly ride around Washington DC in a 'duck'...

Fancy a leisurely ride in a truck around town? . . . Oh yes! Fancy a thrilling ride around Washington DC in a unique ‘duck’ with a bunch of other jolly-good...

Thanks to Mutoto, imbalu still reigns

During the eighth month of every even year, Mutoto becomes a Mecca of sorts for multitudes of Bamasaba.

Lake Victoria's equatorial island

From Entebbe’s Aero Beach, it took us approximately 25 minutes to get to Lake Victoria’s Lwaji Island. The winds were blowing mildly and the lake’s waters...

World's tiniest church stands in Nebbi

At 8ft tall and 2.5metres wide, the chapel can only accommodate three people, including the preacher.

Indigenous in Karamoja's Atedeoi

In Lotirir village, deep in Kotido district, you would be lucky to find a house roofed with iron sheets. Do not count on finding a fully dressed child...

Patiko: The fort of death

The relics of Fort Patiko in northern Uganda have been in ruins for years until efforts to restore it were started a while back.

Lango's first palace

At the heart of Acutanena village in Kamdini sub-county, Oyam district in northern Uganda is an ancient royal residence constructed at the beginning of...

Bigwala: Busoga's royal music, dance

The moment we start performing, this whole yard will be filled with spectators wanting to have a glimpse of the performance,” James Lugolore, a Bigwala...


Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.