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Juliana Kanyomozi starts reality show

By Paul Waiswa MANY musicians have said it over and over again that ‘who Jah bless, no man curse’ and it is a kind of adage that secular singer Juliana Kanyomozi is walking through. She has been for a couple of months but soon after dropping her latest Album dubbed Bits and pieces, the worst has averted to the...

How it went down at Ntale’s Unchained concert

By Paul Waiswa Last Friday, 6th July 2018 at Kampala Serena Hotel, former Swangz Avenue singer Irene Ntale proved that she is really unchained from Swangz Avenue limits as she held a full house at her maiden...

I don’t regret jailing Brian Isiko- Kabarole Woman MP

By Website writer Kabarole Woman MP, Sylvia Rwabwogo hogged the limelight for the past few days after she had a stalker jailed. Even though many people on social media have attacked the 41-year old Rwabwogo saying she over-reacted and had not handled the situation maturely, she has no regrets. She insists the 25-year-old love sick Isiko was trying...

Miss Uganda 2018 contestants unveiled

By website writer The Miss Uganda Pageant has unveiled the 23 contestantsthat will be competing for the crown of Miss Uganda on August 10th at Sheraton Kampala Hotel. It was a grand affair organised by Talent Africa and Kezzi Entertainment at the poolside of the home of Miss Uganda which is the Sheraton Kampala Hotel. This year’s contestants were presented in...

President Museveni slashes mobile money tax

President Museveni has spoken out on the controversial mobile money and social media taxes that sparked national rage, saying a widened tax base would pave the way to self sufficiency. Here is a letter he authored this afternoon: Greetings. I am using social media to share with you the reasons for the social-media tax and the mobile money tax. Our...

Social media tax: Internet Trolls Attack Anita Fabiola

By Website writer NBS Katchup TV host, Anita Fabiola has become the butt of jokes after her opinion on the social media tax levied by government spectacularly backfired. With most Ugandans against the sh200 social media tax, Fabiola, playing the patriotic card took to social media and beseeched them to pay the tax claiming her ambassadorial roles hinge on...

Social Media tax: Artistes give Gov’t ultimatum

By Website writer. As the social media tax bites, the youth from all walks of life have come out and set an ultimatum. They have given government up to Friday (6th July) to drop the exploitative taxes on social media and Mobile Money. The taxes came to effect on July 1. Addressing journalists on Tuesday, the group lead...

Tarrus Riley confirmed for Swangz All- Star Concert

By Paul Waiswa Jamaican-American musician Tarrus Riley is coming to Uganda this August, it has been confirmed. The celebrated reggae artiste has today been unveiled as the headlining act at the much anticipated Swangz All Star concert which will be held on Friday, August 31 at Lugogo Cricket Oval. “We have already concluded everything with Tarrus Riley and his management,” Benon...

Sheebah stars at Club Ambience relaunch

By Musa Ssemwanga At last comes a positve story about Club Ambiance and indeed it had been a while .First they were stories of the owner selling it off because of a bank loan he had failed to pay,poor workers pay,poor turn up and forth. Now,yesterday(Friday),the Bukesa based Club re-launched and officially opened his VVIP section amidst cheers from revelers who...

Bona promises fireworks at Jazz Safari

By Ashraf Kasirye As fusion bassist Richard Bona winds up his final rehearsals for the 11th edition of Jazz Safari, he has advised Ugandans to always prioritize local content above anything else. “If you don’t sing in your language who will sing in your language. We all have a mandate of tracing our routes to tighten our roots.” He said. The Grammy...

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