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Thursday 30 October  

#WUAinUganda No. 3: A UGANDAN MEDIA TASTER

Published on : 19 November 2012 - 9:09pm | By RNW Africa Desk (Photo: WUA)
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Welcome to episode three of the #WUAinUganda series. This week Ikenna dips his toe into the waters of Ugandan media. He pays visits to one of the most popular tabloid newspapers, The Kampala Sun, to the Ugandan Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) and to Capital FM.

RNW Africa producer Ikenna Azuike presents What's Up Africa (WUA): a weekly entertainment video blog on what's hip, creative and making the news in Africa. Ikenna is on the look-out for Africa's innovators and cultural creatives, so be sure to get in touch via Twitter or Facebook if you have a hot tip.

 

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