Mwendo on 22nd Dec

Just as promised us, Zari Hassan’s ‘All White Ciroc Party’ went down in Uganda on Thursday 18th last week....

David Koech on 05th Dec

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has been in power since 1986. That’s 28 years. All indications show that he intends...

Mwendo on 13th Nov

Technological advancements are taking place everywhere in the world. With new inventions sweeping in the market, Africa has...

Richard Kamau on 12th Nov

Car enthusiasts will agree that the Audi Q 7 is a fine ride and a prized possession for one to own. The idea of converting...

Ndegwa Maina on 22nd Jul

Ugandans were dazzled by a rare occurrence when a plane bound for the youngest state in Africa, South Sudan crash landed...

Githae Mwangi on 27th Feb

Now, I don’t really know what is going on with our neighbours, Ugandans, but something needs to be done really fast....

Ken on 21st Jan

Just days after Kenya’s film classification board banned Hollywood blockbuster, The Wolf of Wall Street’, Uganda has taken a similar road. The movie was set to premiere yesterday in Kampala, but most of the cinemas did not even have signage and banners advertising it. Though no official word from their film classification board, Red Pepper...