Author: HARRY SAGARA

Uganda, often referred to as the “Pearl of Africa,” boasts a diverse tapestry of natural wonders, cultural heritage, and wildlife encounters waiting to be explored. Yet, despite its immense potential, the country’s tourism sector faces challenges that hinder its growth and development. In a recent parliamentary session, lawmakers emphasized the need for increased funding and strategic marketing initiatives to elevate Uganda’s position as a premier travel destination on the African continent. Parliamentary Plea for Investment During a session held on April 11, 2024, Members of Parliament echoed the sentiment that Uganda’s tourism sector holds the key to unlocking economic prosperity…

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It is important to be chic. I love the 2000s because everyone started to love haute couture. I always say: To be well dressed you must be well naked. I am never satisfied with myself and that is what keeps me going – I have no post-satisfaction. The difference between style and fashion is quality. Art is Concern for Learning and Living Possibly we do not have one theme for each season, but just try to make beautiful clothes all year round. We have got to change our ethics and our financial system and our whole way of understanding the world. It…

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Welcome, fellow traveler, to a hidden gem nestled amidst the leafy suburbs of Nakasero, Kampala’s vibrant heart. Here, amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, lies a tranquil oasis where history, culture, and nature intertwine to create an unforgettable experience. And who better to guide you through this journey than WHAT’S ON KAMPALA? Historic Haven Close your eyes and let your imagination soar back in time to the late 19th century, when the renowned explorer Emin Pasha traversed the untamed landscapes of Africa. Inspired by his spirit of adventure and discovery, The Emin Pasha Hotel & Spa pays homage…

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In the heart of Uganda’s bustling capital, Kampala, lies a tradition as old as time itself – the Kwanjula marriage ceremony. A cultural tapestry woven with love, respect, and tradition, this age-old practice is a cornerstone of Buganda’s rich heritage. As the sun sets over the horizon, WHAT’S ON KAMPALA embarks on a journey through the intricacies of this captivating celebration, where love knows no bounds and families unite in joyous harmony. The Prelude: Okukyala – A Home Visitation of Endearment Before the grandeur of the Kwanjula unfolds, there’s a tender moment of home visitation known as Okukyala. Here, the…

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It is important to be chic. I love the 2000s because everyone started to love haute couture. I always say: To be well dressed you must be well naked. I am never satisfied with myself and that is what keeps me going – I have no post-satisfaction. The difference between style and fashion is quality. Art is Concern for Learning and Living Possibly we do not have one theme for each season, but just try to make beautiful clothes all year round. We have got to change our ethics and our financial system and our whole way of understanding the world. It…

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It is important to be chic. I love the 2000s because everyone started to love haute couture. I always say: To be well dressed you must be well naked. I am never satisfied with myself and that is what keeps me going – I have no post-satisfaction. The difference between style and fashion is quality. Art is Concern for Learning and Living Possibly we do not have one theme for each season, but just try to make beautiful clothes all year round. We have got to change our ethics and our financial system and our whole way of understanding the world. It…

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It is important to be chic. I love the 2000s because everyone started to love haute couture. I always say: To be well dressed you must be well naked. I am never satisfied with myself and that is what keeps me going – I have no post-satisfaction. The difference between style and fashion is quality. Art is Concern for Learning and Living Possibly we do not have one theme for each season, but just try to make beautiful clothes all year round. We have got to change our ethics and our financial system and our whole way of understanding the world. It…

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It is important to be chic. I love the 2000s because everyone started to love haute couture. I always say: To be well dressed you must be well naked. I am never satisfied with myself and that is what keeps me going – I have no post-satisfaction. The difference between style and fashion is quality. Art is Concern for Learning and Living Possibly we do not have one theme for each season, but just try to make beautiful clothes all year round. We have got to change our ethics and our financial system and our whole way of understanding the world. It…

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