Your Life Is One Long Pitching Session!

By Eunice Aber “Do you realise that our entire life is a pitch?” My friend Lornah Tumuhairwe asked me this question as we were going for what would be our last pitch in undergraduate school. A pitch is what we, in the technology world (techies), prefer to call a “presentation” before a panel of judges […]

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Gifts Are Not Meant To Be Hidden

It was a fear like I had never known before. A lot of people who know me, know I am scared of animals. And as much as I have tried to react differently to them, I always end up at square one. But unlike most people think, I do not hate animals; I actually love them […]

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Boulettes Sauce Tomate À Ma Façon!

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  • May 24, 2017
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By Claudine Niragire C’est naturellement que mon premier article par ici se trouve être une recette.  La cuisine est ma première passion. Et quoi de mieux que de commencer par l’un des plats préférés de mon fils, et accessoirement le mien aussi. C’est simple à faire, réconfortant et tellement bon. Ce sont les boulettes sauce […]

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It’s Only Filter

By Josephine Amoako We love to stare at and admire The thousands of photos we find online; They are a source of inspiration For our new wardrobe, wedding and interior décor; We can’t help but wish to be like those on our screens; Smiling, happy, serene, with a perfect background; We sometimes feel urged to […]

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Dear Sister

By Racheal Kiiza Learning is a continuous journey…… Learning a skill that you are not familiar with, is tough.  I would know with having watched you learn, master and work your magic with a brush and make up.  You are good at this thing!  Thank you for constantly catering to my hair and make-up needs.  You […]

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Beauty In The Storm

By Noeline Kirabo I am a structured person and often prefer to be in charge of situations. I like it more when I am in control than when I feel like a victim of circumstances. I love to plan my week ahead of time and schedule all my activities in the way I desire to […]

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I Am Me

By Ifedayo Ward “Who taught you to hate the color of your skin? Who taught you to hate the texture of your hair? Who taught you to hate the shape of your nose and the shape of your lips? Who taught you to hate yourself from the top of your head to the soles of […]

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The Gift Of Family

By Racheal Kiiza “We don’t choose our family” is a popular saying that I have heard used in church. I thought pastors used it to comfort those who felt their families brought out the worst in them, or had hurt them so badly that there couldn’t possibly be a restoration plan. Those we love hurt […]

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#MenAreTrash

By Amandla Karungi #MenAreTrash has been a trending hashtag on Twitter in the past few days.  Are they? Or are they not? What sparked this conversation? Last week circulating on Facebook was a picture of a South African girl who was reported missing from her University. A few days later, I saw on my Trending […]

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Relationships, Class Systems, Love And Blurred Lines

By Elma Asio There’s no better way to really delve into this than with a little story because stories explain situations better (think Jesus and his parables). Porsha (such a fancy name) was named after her Great Aunt who happens to be royalty. She still has the silver spoon she was born with stuck in […]

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