Month: July 2013

Series, Taxi Tales

Taxi Tales: Old School Taxis

By David Tumusiime, Uganda: When I was much younger and started travelling in taxis (kamunyes'), I used to sit on the 'kameme' with the conductor. Remember that? It used to be that children under 10 years old had no business taking up space on the 'adult' seats. Neither did the conductor. Even then it was illegal to sit on the […]

2,559 total views, no views today

Read more No Comments
Share this entry:
Inspirational, Tale Africa


By Lebogang Sewela, South Africa: There are plenty of malevolent spirits that tend to trouble many Christians, such as 'the spirit, of fear, the spirit laziness and many more others'. There is one explicit spirit that I want to focus on, that which is the spirit of complaining. Recently I learned that many Christians battle with this one spirit. I […]

2,936 total views, no views today

Read more 1 Comment
Share this entry:
Poetry, Tale Africa


By Emmeline Bisiikwa, Uganda: Today your smile was a little stronger, A little less brittle than before. Your hug a little tighter, Arms encircling my heart. Your pulse steadier, Beating to no worries at the time. I lean in to hear your voice, Unwavering as you ask me to stay. I can feel the resolve in your words, You are […]

3,509 total views, no views today

Read more No Comments
Share this entry: