Floods and landslides are not God’s will

Mulera in boots

Omugurusi Ezra Kisigo Mulera in Mparo, after the rains (late 1980/early90s). Photo by Edward Nobel Bisamunyu After the dry season, the rains. That is how things worked in my childhood in Mparo, Rukiga, Kigyezi. The rains of Katumba (March) soaked the hills and mountains, with millions of liters infiltrating the rich soil. The runoff was […]

Friday March 18, 1977 – Graduation Day, Makerere University, Kampala

Friday March 18, 1977 - Graduation Day, Makerere University, Kampala

Graduation Day, Friday March 18, 1977 – From left to right: Dr. Gregory Thabiso Lebona, Dr. Muniini K. Mulera, Dr. Aggrey D.S. Kiyingi. Greg is now Professor of Human Anatomy in South Africa. Aggrey is a cardiologist in Australia. By God’s grace! Words cannot express the feeling, but in my Daily Monitor Column of Tuesday March […]

Horace Parlan: the triumph of a genius of Jazz piano

Parlan Portrait 1

  Horace Parlan: b. January 19, 1931 Pittsburgh, PA, USA d. February 23, 2017 Korsor, Denmark Horace Parlan, a giant of Jazz piano music, may not be as well known as some of his contemporaries, but his music is some of the best in the Jazz canon. The Blues and Soul were his trademark. His […]

Celebrate Women’s Day but the destination remains distant

Kid labourers

Tilling the land, an African woman’s burden, right from early childhood. Forgive me my sisters and women friends, but this year I am not burning with passion about the International Women’s Day. Oh, yes! It is a great moment for us to celebrate and reflect on the journey travelled thus far. We have come a […]