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Vision Group entertainment tabloid The Kampala Sun was on Friday last week launched to the public.

The editor, Emmanuel Ssejjengo, said The Kampala Sun, which was hitherto in print form, has entirely gone online. The tabloid’s readers can access their favourite content on the website, https://kampalasun.co.ug/ free of charge on phone, tab or computer.

Several musicians  performed at the launch, including Karole Kasita and her band, plus Zex Bilangilangi. There was also a cypher.

Kampala Sun public launch
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Vision Group staff enjoying performances by different artistes during launch of The Kampala sun website
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A vision Group staff member reacts as Karole Kasita performs
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Members of Karole Kasita's band performing during the launch
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A Vision Group staff member dances during Zex Bilangilangi's performance
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Bukedde TVs Bruno Betty and Ann Taylor dancing during a performance at the launch of The Kampala Sun website
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Karole Kasita performing during the launch of The Kampala Sun website
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DJ Cisse takes a selfie with Zex Bilangilangi while he was performing
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Ssejjengo speaking at the launch
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Bukedde Tvs Jomi Nankya slaying during the launch of The Kampala Sun website

The website was launched to the company staff a week earlier.

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