Culture

The Gorilla Foot Conundrum

28th August 2015 Teakisi 4

By Kye Makyeli Usually at the end of the month, my friends and I go to Downtown Kampala in search of bargains in an attempt to upgrade our wardrobe. While they’re shopping for peplum tops, […]

Empowerment

Things I Did Not Do Until My Thirties (Part 1)

25th August 2015 Teakisi 2

By Nellie Umutesi-Vigneron One’s twenties are usually viewed as a time of fun: college, friends, parties, travels, first serious job and relationship. Thirties, on the other hand, are considered a good time to settle down […]

Culture

Championing Women

17th August 2015 Teakisi 0

It was April, and the day was much nicer than I would have anticipated. I had already been at work for three hours when the calls started coming in. As a general rule, I do […]

Culture

Could You Imagine a World Without Bananas?

14th August 2015 Teakisi 4

Article by Christelle Mekoh As a child in Cameroon, one of the things I loved most about growing up was the variety of fruits I was able to get, depending on the season. Rainy season meant juicy mangoes and […]

Culture

Twenty Five To Life

7th August 2015 Teakisi 3

By Kye Makyeli A signature dish – It’s important to have that one meal that you can really cook, that you know will be good every time, and that you can take to potlucks and […]

Development

Don’t Be A Token Leader

5th August 2015 Teakisi 1

By Attiya Karodia We’re in the midst of a trend which objectifies and makes use of women under the guise of female empowerment. Every brand is doing a “love yourself” campaign, and if you’re plus-size […]