I can’t tell you how many times I’ve sat on the plane to Kampala and made a list of “All the things I will not repeat on my visit.”
Most of the points on my list usually involve Kampala (Kla) night-life situations, mostly because “Visiting Ugandans” aka "Summers" are known for
The first time I went to Owino Market, I went with my best friend. We had both just joined university, and the pressure to “appear” fashionable while there was so high that we needed to revamp our wardrobe. We had heard that they open new stock at dawn, so we
Back in 2010, going out in Fort Portal was always an adventure. Not only was I impressed by the vividness of the city during the evening hours, where its population of forty two thousand seemed to be in the streets and bars all at once, no, I was also impressed
It’s not every weekend that something hot happens in the heart of our city Kampala and costs only five thousand shillings! Why are events so expensive these days? In this economy?
Over the weekend, the Break Fast Jam finals took place at YMCA, Wandegeya. Every time I had to tell someone
My office is located in the heart of the Central Commercial district of Kampala City. It’s surrounded by banks, and, as a matter of fact, we’re right opposite Uganda’s Central Bank. With five-star hotels and five-star restaurants, Kampala is a hive of activity, bringing together hawkers and peddlers selling anything