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Toniks in studio with Jose Chameleone

By Norah Mukimba He has been singing forever and each year Allan Ampaire aka Toniks makes a comeback. It is the same story this year. The Swag meter singer, who had a bad year musically, has received a big push, which he intends to bank on for a much needed comeback. News we are hearing is that...

Sauti Sol’s Bien-Aime denies split rumour

Sauti Sol’s Bien-Aime and his boo Chiki Kuruka are still tighter than ever, contrary to reports that they have parted ways. Over the weekend, a Kenyan tabloid, Pulse reported that the towering Sauti Sol member had dumped his dancer girlfriend. “According to our source, Bien called it quits a few weeks ago on grounds that Kuruka was giving him “too much...

I will walk with my head high- Angela Kalule

By Kampala Sun writer Singer Angela Kalule has vowed to ‘walk with her head high’ and put the issues of her private video behind her. This follows a directive by Ethics and Integrity State Minister Fr Simon Lokodo to have the Katikitiki singer brought to book if it is indeed true she leaked the video that scandalised sections...

Ykee Benda to headline at Roast and Rhyme

By Norah Mukimba The Roast and Rhyme is finally back in full gear and this time’s edition will be headlined by striking singer Ykee Benda this 2 July at Jahazi Pier in Munyonyo The “Eva” singer has already voiced excitement about the music feast day as he rallied his fans to turn up in big numbers. Styled the “Story Tellers” edition this...

SK Mbuga’s condition not alarming

By Kampala Sun writer The condition of wealthy celebrity Suleiman Kabangala a.k.a SK Mbuga, is not as alarming as earliest thought. The 32-year old Mbuga was involved in a motorbike accident yesterday (Sunday) and was rushed to Nakasero hospital in a semi-conscious state. Initial reports social media said he had passed on causing panic among his legion...

Singer A Pass unveils new lover

My Norah Mukimba The only person who matters in singer A Pass’ life is A Pass. He has an exaggerated sense of self-worth, one would think that if he opened his heart to another person, his ego would come crashing. Well, like they say, time changes everything. It appears A Pass (Alexander Bagonza), whose music career...

Fasting Lord Mayor Lukwago tempted with Muchomo

By Kampala Sun writer KCCA FC club patron and Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago has proven he isn’t the type to yield easily to temptation. A practicing, Muslim, he was pictured fighting the urge to break his fast earlier than scheduled when road side meat vendors teased his nostrils with sizzling sticks of roast meat. Moles on the...

Dehydrated MPs grumble over mineral water

By John Odyek As the finance minister Matia Kasaija went about his speech, he cleared his throat, coughed and bellowed into the microphone. The MPs reminded him: “You need water,” a section of MPs retorted. Interestingly, the remarks were made at a time Kasaija talked about irrigation, dams, the river Nile and the sanitation budgets. The Kampala...

Artistes line up for 2017 Nyege Nyege festival revealed

By Norah Mukimba The Nyege Nyege International Music Festival (#NNIMF17) returns to the source of the Nile River in Jinja from September 1st to 3rd. Now in its third year, the festival is fast establishing its reputation as one of the best new music festivals. With a unique fusion of international and local African sounds, plus the idyllic Nile discovery...

Tearful Papiss Cisse leads memorial service for Cheick Tiote in China before Ivorian’s body is transported home

Tearful Papiss Cisse leads memorial service for Cheick Tiote in China before Ivorian's body is transported home Papiss Cisse fought tears as he spoke about his friend and former Newcastle United team-mate Cheick Tiote during a memorial service in Beijing on Tuesday. Tiote's Beijing Enterprises team-mates paid their respects on Tuesday to the Ivory Coast star, who died in hospital last...

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