Kalungi: Monitor child living the American dream

His father Josephat Kasujja, was one of the 500,000 that perished in the insurgence that raged between 1981 and 1986

  1. PRIME Kabeera: Masaka’s newspaper vendor wants to do job for life

  2. Passion embedded in working for Monitor

  3. PRIME Monitor @30: A peek into the newspaper’s future

  4. Reinvent to remain relevant, CJ tells Monitor

  5. PRIME Celebrating women in the Monitor @ 30 story

  6. PRIME The Monitor newspaper and its proverbial nine lives

  7. PRIME CJ Owiny-Dollo urges Monitor to promote human rights

  8. Daily Monitor is my second home - says Tamale

  9. Daily Monitor is our top advertising priority- Sudhir

  10. PRIME Is it time for Monitor, NRM to ignore each other?

  1. Chief Justice to give keynote speech at Monitor Lecture

  2. PRIME Monitor privatisation rot prediction comes to pass

  3. PRIME Monitor’s promise at 30 years

  4. PRIME Founders: Daily Monitor was a gamble that worked

  5. How Monitor’s dogfight  has built Uganda

  6. 22 years of Monitor marriage: A tale of threats and courage

  7. PRIME Analogue to digital: Highs, lows of newsroom transformation

  8. PRIME Monitor at 30: Celebrating commitment and courage

  9. Monitor at 30: I learnt from the best editors, says Carol Beyanga

  10. PRIME Monitor editor’s job is a snake pit

  11. PRIME Monitor’s march from small start-up to household name

  12. Monitor @30: Thirty-year-olds shave moustache, not Candida’s pubes

  13. PRIME Monitor@30: How Onyango-Obbo’s ‘useless’ phone call saved my life

  14. PRIME Monitor at 30: Three decades of blood, sweat and tears

  15. PRIME Monitor at 30: It will die with Uganda’s deepest secrets

  16. Monitor at 30: A journey of endurance, innovation and bold news reporting