Sacrifices!

By Diana Awino When my father was working, he was one of the best fathers in the world. He spent lavishly on his family; wherever your brain took you, Daddy gladly paid the tuition fees. I boast about attending some of the most prestigious schools in Uganda. Daddy never bought anything in bits – it […]

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Noeline Kirabo: Passion & Purpose

By Racheal Kiiza Noeline Kirabo is a family therapist by profession but her passion is social entrepreneurship. She has over twelve years’ experience in the non-profit sector, mainly working with children, youth, women and community self-help groups. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Kyusa, a registered non-profit organization in Uganda that empowers out-of-school […]

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Is Africa The Next Big Tech Hub?

Article by Christelle Mekoh How #Afrobytes is taking a stand, one byte at a time. From the internet, to smart phones, to drones, technology is emerging in Africa and has the potential of completely transforming the continent. But when was the last time you heard someone describing Africa using the words “growth”, “entrepreneurship”, “innovation”; and not […]

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For Better, For Worse Part 3

Part 1, Part 2 It was exactly 7:00 pm and Zirwa laid still on the bedroom floor of her apartment. Mariam had insisted she stay with her, but her sister’s constant worrying was driving her crazy. All Mariam wanted to do was talk. Talk about her taking the pregnancy test, talk about separating from Dapo, […]

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Motherhood And Weight Gain: A Note To Men

By Josephine Amoako Aside from considerations of one’s character, think about the other things that people look out for when choosing a partner. I’m sure many of you added physical attraction to the check list. Not everyone sees it as that important, but for some, the body type matters a great deal. Whiles some men […]

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Because He Asked…

“Guess what!?” I screeched into the phone. “What?” Imole, my friend, answered automatically. “Guess,” I said again. “Oh my God! Would you save me the trouble and just tell me? What’s making you this excited,” she answered. I could feel her getting all excited already even though I was yet to tell her why I […]

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Living With A Phobia

By Mako Muzenda I woke up to my screams, my legs frantically kicking off my blankets as I rolled off my bed and hit the floor. Hugging my legs to my chest I squint with tear-filled eyes, trying to penetrate the darkness and see if what I had seen was real. My vision, already poor, […]

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Try Victory Parties!

By Racheal Kiiza The monthly curtains opens revealing November and, if you are like me, panic hits at the thought of the year coming to a close. I rummaged through my diary to look up goals I had set for October, to do a quick evaluation and set new goals for November, per my usual custom. […]

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