Monthly Archives: October 2010

Do you need another rap?

This weekend, I found myself laughing at myself. There was President Museveni, ruler of the nation of Uganda, in all his military glory playing to the tune of the Seer. Okay, not exactly like he was doing it consciously. But … Continue reading

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About a book

Dr Olive Kobusingye could be a brave person or a clever reader of the situation, whatever side of the divide you are on. The surgeon, who says she is not a politician and does not wish to be cast in … Continue reading

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But I am also Ugandan

Ever feel like you are stuck in a rut? Yeah, I know; if you are a Ugandan who’s tried to ‘have your country at heart,’ it’s the story of your life. So I am going to make some adjustments, see … Continue reading

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Blank coin

Ethics. Nice word. Sounds cool and makes one come off as learned. Often, though, it is thrown out the window when it is most needed. Journos have been caught with their hand in the till lately. And the appropriate sounds … Continue reading

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Cornered

One of those lazy scenarios that hollier-than-thou peeps be bringing up; you have to behave good because, you never know, God might cut a wire and let the world in on everything that goes on in your head. Scary thought. … Continue reading

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Really, can’t keep away

you cannot feign indifference for long before it infects all your life. Before your capacity to care deeply is blunted, because you are mask wearing so much of the time, all the time nearly, you become uprooted from what you … Continue reading

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