The Friday Stand-In 2016

Ugandan star Leslie Kasumba wants to surprise many with her political knowledge

Friday stand-in takes you to East Africa as Ugandan media personality Leslie Kusamba hosts the Redi Tlhabi show.

Kasumba is one of Africa’s leading voices in African entertainment industry. Her wide experience in the media include heading South African based music channel, Channel O, working for the BBC and YFM.

Her work at Channel O included creative director behind the ‘Africa Rising Project’ which brought together Africa’s biggest and most influential acts to celebrate the beauty, resilience and victory of today’s music in Africa.

She speaks five South African languages, English, Afrikaans, SeTshwana, SeSotho and IsiXhosa.

She also speaks two Ugandan indigenous languages, Luganda and Swahili.

WATCH the video below to know more about Leslie Kusamba...

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