Conversation: Dr. Alfdaniels Mabingo on Ubuntu and Dance in Uganda

On May 13, Kwezi Tabaro interviewed Ugandan dance scholar Dr. Mabingo Alfdaniels, whose upcoming book “Ubuntu as Dance Pedagogy in Uganda” explores the role of indigenous dance as a tool of knowledge transfer

Prof. Yash Tandon: The Economic Control of our Country is Not in our Hands

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”

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

Moses Radio: a Tribute

David Kangye looks back at the life of fallen music icon Moses Ssekibogo alias Moses Radio who was one half of the duo Radio and Weasel

Radio & Weasel: A Decade in Music

Andrew Kaggwa reflects on the musical genius of Moses Radio, one half of the duo Radio and Weasel, who passed away on February 1 2018

Artist the Ruler?

Borrowing from Ugandan academic Okot p’Bitek’s 1986 book, Artist the Ruler, David Kangye traces the role of the artist in Ugandan society today

Hillary Mugizi on Art the Ezi Way

David Kangye sat down with the artist behind the Ezi brand to talk about his unique vector artpieces

Kwiz Era: Art is a tool for Social Justice

David Kangye paid a visit to Ugandan painter Alex Kwizera and explored his creative process as well as his take on artists as “leaders”

How to Enter a Closed Room

Begumya Rushongoza on consent and closed doors