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...

Bakonzo names and their meanings

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For every Mukonzo, the surname must tell the position in birth counting whether the child is the first, second, or third, up to the...

Journey into the Ankole Cultural Heritage

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Ankole is a region rich in cultural heritage. Unique dishes, language, folklore, you can name them, it’s all there. Originally known as ‘Kaaro-karungi’ loosely translated...

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...

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...

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...

Imbalu: How to Change from Boys to Men

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Every August, many Bagisu or Bamasaba boys are figuratively initiated into manhood. Bagisu inhabit the western and southern halves of Mount Elgon in eastern...

The traditional dance for the Bakonzo Culture

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The Bakonzo sometimes called Banandi is a group of the Bantu-speaking people living in the districts of Kasese, Bundibgyo, Bunyangabu, and the Eastern Democratic...

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