Timeless Huts of West Nile

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Like most corners of Uganda, the time factor and modernization have over the years impacted a lot of change in Packwach, a cosmopolitan pen­insular...

Nhenda Hill of Fortunes, Eastern Uganda

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Busoga Kingdom has over 350 clans most of which claim to have originated from Bunyoro Kingdom. One such clan is the Igaga Clan, the...

The Acholi Pot Dance: A Pride and Elegant Pot Affair

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A dance with pots. Herein the ladies rave with several pots lined up vertically atop their heads. But that’s a basic description; there is...

Mujaguzo: the King of Buganda’s Royal Drums Sleeps Alone

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The music they say is food for the soul. The Buganda Kingdom is no exception! The drum, an instrument used to command the dancers...

Behold, the Kitenge: African Traditional Wear

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Let's dial back to the 80s and the 90s, shall we? 30 years and above, anyone? Remember how the African wax print (Ankara) locally...

Mwenge Bigere: A Tale of Brewing, Feet and Culture

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Mwenge Bigele! Get drunk on a ripe banana beverage, or just bask in the glory that is the Buganda culture. As its name suggests,...

Take a Seat in Karamojong Style in Uganda

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Since its inception, the chair has morphed into shapes, fascinating shapes. But as you sit on your comfy couch in your sitting room today...

The Narration of Ankole Kingdom

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You may wonder what this is all about or where on earth is Ankole (Nkole) Kingdom! well as you are still debating with your...

ESUUKA; An Adorn of Royalty

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Esuuka is one of the most precious ornaments a woman can wear especially that from Tooro, where beauty and royalty are a daily observation....

Buganda Traditional Wear

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Clothing is part of culture because it defines who people are. A Muganda woman typically wears a gomesi. This is a floor-length, brightly colored...

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