Uganda’s lan Munyani in action .(pic by the Rubby Union ) For Rugby lovers, telling the whole story is no doubt pertinent, but for those passionate about marketing destination Uganda, this tournament presents a grave opportunity. The news of Uganda’s impressive show in Uruguay is worth the detail, and a report by the African Press… Continue reading Uganda shines in Uruguay: A rugby story
About a week after Athlete Joshua Cheptegei breaks a world record, fellow Ugandan Athlete, Juliet Chekwel took the Zurich Marathon by storm. Now its 36th year, the marathon dubbed Zurich Maratón de Sevilla is a World Athletics Gold Label road race that attracts a string of athletes the world over. To beat fellow marathoners present… Continue reading Uganda’s Chekwel shines in Europe, heads for Japan
Time check: 8:00 PM. Location: Nsambya. You dear folks can call this, time for Malwa aka Ajono. Or what you fancy people will call a millet, maize, or sorghum brew, it sits okay. A group of men leisurely amble into a reed enclosure that is slightly thrown out of the barracks. Inside the enclosure sits… Continue reading It’s Malwa time, aka Ajono!
There uniform a true picture of the national colors; black, yellow, and red. Their spirit every bit a mimicry of the fight and strength of the Ugandan. Their ability to rise through all the challenges is everything the Ugandan is. We are talking netball here, the Country’s netball team, also fondly called the She Cranes.… Continue reading The She Cranes dared to soar high
But DRC was not taking this joke lying. A one Teekay wrote, “Someone please ndibhalanziseiwo so we lost 1nil to Egypt and same Egypt beat Uganda and DRC 2nil each that’s the same Uganda we drew 1 all against.” He then cried out, “Same Uganda beat DRC 2nil n the same DRC beat us 4nil.… Continue reading AFCON: Just like that, Ugandans love the DRC