By Denis Jjuuko Some people say that Uganda is a movie on a looping reel with one blockbuster after another. But in this rolling movie
By Denis Jjuuko For decades after its founding, Makerere University admitted students according to their performance. Success for most students (and even parents) meant studying
#OutToLunch The collapse of Katonga bridge is an opportunity to utilize and protect Lake Victoria By Denis Jjuuko Torrential rains swept away the Katonga bridge
By Denis Jjuuko The British put up a memorable show during King Charles III’s coronation — the first such event in 70 years. Thousands of
By Denis Jjuuko Uganda’s healthcare has been in the spotlight after tweeps (people on Twitter) decided to do an exhibition of it — basically highlighting
By Denis Jjuuko There is a chilling thread on Twitter of somebody detailing their experience of freeing the Sudanese capital Khartoum to Egypt to seek
By Denis Jjuuko One of the reasons given by a minister for stealing or diverting iron sheets is the difficulty of running a parliamentary constituency.
By Denis Jjuuko Usually, the end of lent ushers in the merry season in Uganda and there is nothing merrier than weddings. Huge marques, tulips
By Denis Jjuuko Uganda’s commercial banks have over the last few days been releasing their annual results, some registering record profits. One of them led
#OutToLunch If the youth are lured into homosexuality for financial gain, what about creating real jobs for them?
By Denis Jjuuko A video clip of one of those so-called social media influencers surfaced on Twitter in which he claimed he was being persecuted