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Looking out for Coronavirus' silver lining...

For the first time in a very long time, my neighbourhood actually had some quality time in their homes. Thanks to the coronavirus.

Thoughts about Coronavirus and why Uganda...

Chances are that this pandemic might play out without seriously affecting Ugandans. All we might remember was the inconvenience caused when our favourite...

Looking for Uganda's most admirable women...

Now it’s that time again to nominate the women you think are the most admirable.

Kalungi's Lens: When FM radio came to Uganda...

For the first time ever, Ugandans could listen to music almost the whole day. They didn’t have to buy those recorded cassettes, or listen to boring Radio...

Kalungi's Lens: Lingala's golden years

No show would start until ‘enough’ people had paid to enter, which meant they often started way after midnight. One time a Kofi Olomide show at the then...

Kalungi's Lens: One year after Jennifer Musisi...

After just one year in office, Kampala had started looking like a real city. Impressed with what Jennifer had done, President Museveni declared, on Women’s...

Kalungi's Lens: MTN and growth of Ugandan...

Back in the day, corporate people became the country’s celebrities, and featured almost every week in the mushrooming tabloids.

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