Afrigo Band is one of the oldest organized bands in Uganda. It is unique in that it has constantly been reinventing itself since 1975. Whereas, other bands have withered and died after a year or less Afrigo has staying power. The band mainly plays Ugandan songs since they have written many popular tunes through their 30+-year existence. They also play covers meaning that it’s perfectly normal to hear them switch from an oldie like Tondeka’Awaka, to Obangaina, to a cover of Don Williams. The band previously experimented with different musical style and genres but seem to have decided on a..
Pork: the names given to this delicacy have changed with the times but some have stuck. From P1G, Kasolo Kegwanga, Mutaka to Mutambuza Dembe. No matter what you call it,..
Although the genre goes all back to the early 1900’s, it was only in 2008 that jazz music really stamped its mark on Kampala’s social scene. Initially, it was used..
Bright colours, headbands and the tightly laced sneakers of a runner have become an everyday sight in Kampala’s landscape. John, a self-professed running addict, runs for 30 minutes most mornings..
The Virunga Mountain (Volcano) chain looms large in your view as you wind your way down into the valley toward Kisoro. Most visitors are drawn to the region to visit..