Monthly Archives: February 2013

Fare Thee Well South Sudan

  Today the twenty-sixth day of February 2013 marks the end of my one year contract as Distribution Manager of The New Nation newspaper and therefore my last day of work with Sudan Advocacy for Development – the publisher of … Continue reading

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Taxi Tales – Courtesy or The lack of it.

  I once heard on the news that some airlines want to or are asking obese passengers to pay for two seats on their flights. In other words you the passenger pays for being overweight and the inconvenience to other … Continue reading

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Taxi Tales – Human Nature

  Taxi or bus travel in Uganda sometimes tends to bring out both the worst and best of human nature in our society. If you are like me who once thought that all mothers are motherly or all father are … Continue reading

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Taxi Tales – Lets Go Mobile

  Mobile phone use in public places like hotels, restaurants, commuter taxis, buses and even banks may be common place in Uganda but nothing might be as upsetting to a privacy loving passenger like the loud and sometimes long conversations … Continue reading

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Taxi Tales – Conductors & Passengers

  However, short my journey on a commuter taxi has been, especially in and around Kampala, there is always something write home about the conductor and a female passenger. I have no bias against women whatsoever but some disagreement very … Continue reading

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Taxi Tales – You Reap What You Sow

There is a verse in the Bible by the Apostle Paul which says a man reaps what he sows … if you sow to the flesh from it you will reap corruption and if you sow to the spirit, you … Continue reading

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