Byagaba Roland

The gods work in mysterious ways

‘Damn those colonialists, their pale skins and their bibles!’ Shilotu cursed. Shilotu was a god of dreams and he’d earmarked the African region for himself. Yeah, that’s how things worked in the spiritual realm. You came into existence somehow, no one really remembered how they came to be, and as you accumulated time, you figured out how things worked. Then, if you decided you wanted some worshippers, you chose a spot on earth and a sector to god over and hoped the humans caught a whiff of you so they could start worshipping you for that particular thing. It was […]

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#HustleTales Podcast Ep 08: Kagayi Ngobi, Poet & Publisher

http://muwado.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Kagayi.mp3 Welcome to the eighth episode of the #HustleTales podcast. With this podcast, we are focusing on telling the stories of African entrepreneurs and professionals, the hurdles they have jumped to make sure their businesses stay afloat, the failures they’ve experienced and how they dealt with them. The podcast is an extension of the #HustleTales Interview Series. In this episode, our guest is Kagayi Ngobi, a prolific Ugandan poet and co-founder of Kitara Nation. Listen in to hear about their journey building a professional poetry career and starting a poetry publishing business.

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#HustleTales Podcast Ep 07: Sarah Nansubuga, Actor & Director

http://muwado.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/SARAH_mixdown.mp3 Welcome to the seventh episode of the #HustleTales podcast. With this podcast, we are focusing on telling the stories of African entrepreneurs and professionals, the hurdles they have jumped to make sure their businesses stay afloat, the failures they’ve experienced and how they dealt with them. The podcast is an extension of the #HustleTales Interview Series. In this episode, our guest is Sarah Nansubuga co-director of the just concluded Tropical Fish Theatre Production. Listen in to hear about the work they do with theatre and acting, directing a production in a pandemic, and their views on the creative economy after a […]

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#HustleTales Podcast Ep 06: Teesa Bahana, Director 32° East | Ugandan Arts Trust

http://muwado.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/HustleTalesS1E6_TeesaBahana.mp3 Welcome to the sixth episode of the #HustleTales podcast. With this podcast, we are focusing on telling the stories of African entrepreneurs and professionals, the hurdles they have jumped to make sure their businesses stay afloat, the failures they’ve experienced and how they dealt with them. The podcast is an extension of the #HustleTales Interview Series. In this episode, our guest is Teesa Bahana, Director of 32° East | Ugandan Arts Trust. Listen in to hear about the work they do with visual artists, how they are building an arts centre, the effects of the pandemic on the sector […]

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#HustleTales Podcast Ep 05: Asiimwe Deborah Kawe of Tebere Arts Foundation

http://muwado.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Deborah-mixdown.mp3 Welcome to the fifth episode of the #HustleTales podcast. With this podcast, we are focusing on telling the stories of African entrepreneurs, the hurdles they have jumped to make sure their businesses stay afloat, the failures they’ve experienced and how they dealt with them. The podcast is an extension of the #HustleTales Interview Series. In this episode, our guest is Assimwe Deborah Kawe, co-founder of Tebere Arts Foundation. Listen in to hear about their latest production, Tropical Fish with Doreen Baingana and plans for the 2021 Kampala International Theatre Festival and other matters art and theatre. 

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#HustleTales Podcast Ep 4: Balamaga Rogers, Founder Rogers' Bites

http://muwado.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/ROGERS-EPISODE.mp3 Welcome to the fourth episode of the #HustleTales podcast. With this podcast, we are focusing on telling the stories of African entrepreneurs, the hurdles they have jumped to make sure their businesses stay afloat, the failures they’ve experienced and how they dealt with them. The podcast is an extension of the #HustleTales Interview Series. In this episode, our guest is Balamaga Rogers, the Founder of Rogers’ Bites. From being an advocate, discovering his love for cooking, building a writing and subsequent influencing career, and eventually starting his own food business, there is plenty to learn from his story.  Recorded […]

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#HustleTales Podcast Ep 3: Byaruhanga Moses, Manager at Kwanza Logistics

http://muwado.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/MOSES-Episode-1.mp3 Welcome to the third episode of the #HustleTales podcast. With this podcast, we are focusing on telling the stories of African entrepreneurs, the hurdles they have jumped to make sure their businesses stay afloat, the failures they’ve experienced and how they dealt with them. The podcast is an extension of the #HustleTales Interview Series. In this episode, our guest is Byaruhanga Moses, the Manager of Kwanza Logistics. From founding Garimoja a car selling website, merging it to become Cheki – part of a continental conglomerate, starting Qwicart – a grocery shopping app, and then a transports & logistics company, […]

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#HustleTales Podcast Ep 2: Emmanuel Emodek, Co-founder and MD of ChapChap Africa

http://muwado.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/EMMAs-Episode.mp3 Welcome to the second episode of the #HustleTales podcast. With this podcast, we are focusing on telling the stories of African entrepreneurs, the hurdles they have jumped to make sure their businesses stay afloat, the failures they’ve experienced and how they dealt with them. The podcast is an extension of the #HustleTales Interview Series. In this episode, our guest is Emmanuel Emodek, the Co-founder and Managing Director of ChapChap Africa. From moving to a new country before finishing school and trying to fend for his family, starting several businesses there with varying levels of success and plenty of lessons, […]

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#HustleTales Podcast Ep 1: Enywaru Pius, Co-founder of Fastlane Media and Communications.

Welcome to the first episode of the #HustleTales podcast. With this podcast, we are focusing on telling the stories of African entrepreneurs, the hurdles they have jumped to make sure their businesses stay afloat, the failures they’ve experienced and how they dealt with them. Te podcast is an extension of the #HustleTales Interview Series. In the first episode, our guest is Enywaru Pius, the Co-founder of Fastlane Media and Communications. From dropping out of school to starting a media company with friends and experiencing growing pains, there should be plenty to learn from his story if you are in the […]

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Introducing, The #HustleTales Podcast

Eloz, allow me to introduce the #HustleTales podcast hosted by myselfu. With this podcast, the focus is on telling the stories of African entrepreneurs, the hurdles they have jumped to make sure their businesses stay afloat, the failures they’ve experienced and how they dealt with them. And because of the subject matter, it’s only right that I give some background, tikwe? In 2016, there was an interview series with silicon valley entrepreneurs on LifeHacker called ‘How I work’ that I used to enjoy reading for tips on effectively running a business. But the context wasn’t relevant to me most of the time […]

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