Kampala is Uganda's lively capital, a city shaped by the traditions of the ancient Buganda kingdom, British imperialism, and the many new migrant groups that now call it home.
In Fare: Kampala:
Nsenene, the flying delicacy of Uganda's rainy season
Buganda history with Joan Nassolo, Princess of one of Uganda’s oldest traditional kingdoms
The Rolex, the Indian-inspired king of Ugandan street snacks
A conversation with Kampire, a Kampala-based DJ creating safe spaces for the LGBTQ community
The story behind kafunda, Kampala’s small grocery stores-turned-bars
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