In “Heavy” Rushongoza addresses our fears and anxieties as we stare deep down into the abyss of life in the middle of a corona virus pandemic
To track truck drivers or capitalize on the crisis to capitalize the political elite’s bank accounts, which way, asks Begumya Rushongoza
While everyone is sulking at the temporary pause to life the corona virus has brought, Rushongoza suggests that in fact “everything” is nothing
In “Masks and Gloves,” Rushongoza asks important questions about Uganda’s response to the corona virus pandemic
Begumya Rushongoza on consent and closed doors
Begumya Rushongoza in his latest piece ruminates on the Sudan uprising
What do kids think? Rushongoza Begumya recollects a recent conversation with a fat kid.
Rushongoza Begumya gives a poetic voice to demeaning jokes women are usually subjected to.
Rushongoza Begumya explores the legacy of the fallen star Mowzey Radio in this poetic tribute.