On your story this afternoon, Jonah Kirabo tells the story of a University student who has defied odds, to become of the rising female DJs in the country. Pofia Nankya, a journalism student at Kampala international University opened up about her love for entertainment.
MAK students living with disabilities decry challenges.
Barbra Amutuhairwe tells the story of William Mukaira, a resident of Bushenyi district who has been making valley wine for the last 14 years. Inspired by a friend, Mukaira ventured into wine production on a small scale and has grown as one of the biggest wine producers in Western...
At this time of the year, a number of people who made New Year resolutions have probably forgotten that they even set goals. But just like the New Year resolutions, others have dreams that have lived for years. Sheila Nakabuye tells the story of john Baryaiza who chased his...
Is 32 years worth celebrating?
Abubaker Making a Living From Mandazi
This afternoon, we tell a one man's story of reintegration with the modern world after spending month in jail. James Opoka opened up to us on Your story…….
Majority Ugandans seem to be resorting to herbal medicine, even without seeking attention from medical doctors. And this of course is raising debate as to whether herbal medicine if more effective or actually people are simply looking for alternatives. Ruth Nantaba tells this story.
In your story this afternoon, Richard Oyel tells his personal encounter with robbers on the eve of New Year. He boarded a taxi and ended up with a robber who was conniving with the taxi driver and other passengers
Young boys in Tororo district are promoting their football talents by using the most bizarre means in order to emulate the football idols and play for the big clubs in the world. David Ochieng tells the story the story of boys in Tororo district who are using local materials...
Several young men who failed to find placement in the job market after dropping out of school, opted for car repair jobs, starting as spanner boys but later turn out to be professionals having a life time career.
The rate, at which young girls below the age of 18 are getting pregnancies in Tororo district, is worrying local leaders. Over 5684 cases were registered last year unlike 2016 where about where only 3500 cases were registered. The local leaders are now blaming these cases on household poverty...
Defilement remains one of the biggest problems and one of the most repeated forms of child abuse in the country. Unfortunately in some areas, parents of victims opt for cash and bribes from defilers in order to settle cases of defilement out of court. Out of court settlement are...
Parents and School proprietors in Busia district are wondering what next, especially after government closed their schools. They are wondering why public Schools, which are in more dire conditions, remain open. David Ochienge tells this story.
An unidentified number of cases of assault, bribery and fraud have been filed against Boda Boda 2010 – an outfit originally formed to unite boda boda riders around the country. Despite this, the group’s leaders remain untouchable – even as police distances itself from their activities. Tonight, Canary Mugume...
The boda boda industry is one of the informal sectors, employing thousands of youth to fend for their families. In my job my life, we feature Benjamin Kigula a computer engineering graduate who opens up about his job as a boda boda cyclist and why it is his lifeline.
The security situation in south Sudan hasn’t improved yet and this is exerting more pressure on Uganda, the host country of thousands of refuges. But for girls who were forced out of school, life has not been easy. Dominick Otuluget tells the story of Julie Wahida who was forced...