On May 10, 2019 Kwezi Tabaro interviewed Prof Yash Tandon and a panel of experts to discuss the professor’s new book, “A Common People’s Uganda”
Kwezi is a Contributing Editor to the LéO Africa Review and deputy director of the LéO Africa Institute. Besides his work at the Institute, he is a regular commentator on public affairs on Ugandan radio and TV. His writing has appeared in The Daily Monitor, The Independent and the Nairobi-based Africa data visualizer Africapedia.com.
Matthew Rukikaire’s Memoirs Shed Light on NRA’s External Committee
Kwezi Tabaro reviews Matthew Rukikaire’s memoirs, 70 Years a Witness, in which the author dispels accusations against the NRA’s External Committee, discusses transition and the future of the NRA/M revolution
Jumuiya Dithers, Stumbles, But Won’t Die Yet
Yet, where the cynics may see looming disaster and a bloc hurtling towards an eventual breakup, the optimist will see an opportunity for stock-taking of the gains since the regional bloc’s revival in 2000.
Kemiyondo Coutinho: How She Found Kemi-stry In The Arts!
The curator of A ka Dope on what it means to live the life of an “Art-prenuer”
Global Income Inequality is Our Greatest Challenge Today
Society is increasingly becoming divided, not necessarily between blacks, whites or Muslims and Christians, but primarily between the rich and poor. And this is a threat to the very future of humanity.