A fifteen year journey that has turned out to be means of living.
She doesn't regret doing this job since she can take care of herself and her daughter
As refugees from South Sudan continue to trickle into Uganda in large numbers, the roads have become terrible with the coming of the rain. To make it worse food is not enough
Have you ever wondered how the many dozens of mad men unattended to on the streets survive, today we trail a mad man to know how his day goes.
Arapai market is the market which all residents of this place don't miss. Items such as second hand clothes are sold.
He started meat roasting job as last resort but does not regret the decision in-spite of the setbacks
Supervising of students to become mandatory
Ugandans are asking, "If they touch it then what?", I already know what we are going to do.
The young doctor from Iran was talking of up and down, I hope the down is not from Uganda
Kiyimba Amon advises the youth not to minimize any job
Omukulembeeze wegwanga leero atuziza omumyuka wa senkulu owettendekero lye Mbarara namukutira okukola ennyo ateera nokutumbula obuyiya mu bayizi.
Kamuli district sinks deeper into poverty as investors rent or buy off land to grow sugarcane. Rural communities consisting of subsistence farmers are left with no source of livelihood after the money received is used up.
"If you don't like what you see in the mirror, don't break the mirror. Just change what you see. If there is anything illegal I said during my concert, they should prosecute me. I've always said the same things. Stopping my music doesn't only affect me, they're blocking the...
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.
Education in Bugiri district is on a breakdown. Top private schools are shutting down after just a few years of operation. This is being blamed on mismanagement. After closure, the students are left to struggle on their own, looking for vacancies in other schools.
Today it is becoming a routine to see ambulances almost every day at any time compared to the previous times, so this brings us to a question of whether this is an indication that there is an improvement in health services or a sign that Uganda has an increased...