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Gardens, gods and golf

It’s a treat to leave the city for some fresh air, but like any large city, getting out of Kampala can be a trial depending on time of day and direction of travel. 690 more words


2017-03-27: Monochrome Monday

For Monochrome Monday this week, I decided to share some birds in black and white.  I thought it was a nice way to emphasize the shapes amongst the environment.   163 more words


Patson Arinaitwe's contribution to Uganda's Oil and Gas industry

It is hard to believe that it is barely four years since Patson finished his master’s programme considering how much he has achieved.

Patson was among the first group of scholars to be awarded with the Tullow Group scholarship in Uganda. 533 more words

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Featured Content: Ways of saving money without going to banks

Ugandans love to live in the moment and this usually means that they save very little off their monthly earning. Mark Keith Muhumuza, a staff reporter with The Daily Monitor, points outs alternative ways Ugandan can save without using the traditional banking options. 122 more words


Simba wa Tsavo

Mwka 1898, simba wawili wa Tsavo waliua watu 135 katika ujenzi wa reli ya Uganda-Kenya.

Simba hawa waliuliwa na Kanali J. H. Patterson aliyekuwa anasimamia mradi huo.


Tennessee's Megan Murray 83rd at world cross country race

Megan Murray finished in 83rd place for the United States in the U20 women’s race at the IAAF World Cross Country Championship in Kampla, Uganda, on Sunday. 105 more words

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