Now that The Last King of Scotland has piled up its international awards, and come full circle to show here, Ugandans can take a bow.
Piling up its international awards, The Last King of Scotland has come full circle, finally released in Uganda as a rare film experience, if not an unusual life-experience, where story and reality meld so much that it's hard to know where one begins and the other ends.
Following up on some recent commentaries fearing abortion is going to be legalised in Uganda, maybe the only thing left to say is that it's not happening.
So, the Rwanda government is pushing the concept of a three-child limit for families. It's something for Ugandans to keep an eye on, because population growth rates of the two neighbouring countries, among the highest in the world, are virtually identical.
Besides 'I am sorry,' the hardest words in any language have to be 'I forgive you.' And never has the world needed them more.
Okay, here's a question. There are two new theology professors at UCU. Soon after one starts teaching, it's discovered that he spends significant time mingling with Kampala's crowd of drinkers and prostitutes. The other new professor, who is the cousin of the first, then comes to UCU's classes wearing dreadlocks, torn jeans, several earrings and a rather large tattoo.
Somalia wants to move forward, but it has a horrifying past to deal with.