Photo Credit : iStock I have grown to dislike the statement `this is our culture” I cringe whenever I hear or read about a politician defending a retrogressive law, I automatically think that this is someone unwilling to change the way they look at things because they are either in a privileged position or they haveREAD MORE
Donning a tired T-shirt that has since lost its original colour and shape – Kutosi, a 5-year-old boy in Bunamwani village, Mbale district wears a sweet, innocent face. He is one of the 3.7 million children in Uganda below five years of age living in poverty. This is half of the under-five population in theREAD MORE
I have watched a video where Mr. Museveni publicly expresses his intolerance for MP @MwijukyeFrancis for Buhweju, who subscribes to @FDCOfficial1. This kind of behaviour can only be traced back to the bush. It has no place in an inclusive society that Uganda deserves! #CaseOf1986
This is quite problematic. Who gets to decide what is and what isn't an "African" thing to do? And what does "African" even mean in this context? The idea of cultural uniformity on the continent is quite mistaken as is the idea that culture is itself a limit on individual choice. twitter.com/dlakza/s…
I think this, while true, somewhat misunderstands what's in contention. No one has suggested the players somehow transformed into ethnic French (whatever that means). It's not really about identity, per se, but about who gets to instrumentalize it and appropriate their success. twitter.com/DavidLam…
Today in #Dumbassery... Compare the headline with what's literally in the first sentence: "Vettel said ... he is more concerned with trying to win his home German Grand Prix than giving any consideration to rival Lewis Hamilton's blockbuster two-year contract extension." twitter.com/dailynat…
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