Tag: By Kathryn Kazibwe

Sequins and Sapphires, Series

Sequins and Sapphires: Wedding Bells

By Kathryn Kazibwe: I stumbled upon an interesting discussion this week on the streets of Facebook, where I spend most of my day. A friend of mine shared a photo with the caption: “Keep playing hard to get while other girls get married every Saturday.” Of the people who commented, only one was on 'Team Hard-To-Get' with me. Her comment: […]

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Sequins and Sapphires, Series

Sequins and Sapphires: I don’t understand

By Kathryn Kazibwe: “Facebook to release a statement on whether they will ban Uganda or not over anti-homosexuality bill.” This, one of my friends' status update, is what I woke up to on Tuesday. What? First they threaten to take away the aid, now they're planning to deprive us of Facebook too? This homosexuality thing kifuuse kika, a Muganda would […]

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Feel me. I am here.

By Inet Morudu: Sliding my way silently through sentimental smooth words… Grand entrances are my specialty. Everybody will see me arrive but you, Feel me, I am here. Remember the changes to your once cold and unaccepting heart? Well, I did the makeover slowly but surely without your consent. Your heart has learnt to skip happily like a little girl […]

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Sequins and Sapphires, Series

Sequins and Sapphires: Boss!

By Kathryn Kazibwe: One of my teachers in primary school used to say, if you don't know what you're talking about, then why are you still talking? You'd much rather ask and find out, than speak and make a fool of yourself. Fortunately or unfortunately, some people do not follow this principle. The weekend after Princess Ruth Komuntale of Toro's […]

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