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Afri Talent’s Ettottolima is a trip to nowhere


It’s been argued that theatre is ailing. In fact just last year, a whole debate was held about the matter, much as many enthusiasts of theatre could have argued that the judgement was simply too harsh, ugly reality is that theatre is in a danger zone. And the number of …

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Fifteen years later, Limit X still got it

Limit X in action SAMSON BARANGA1

In 1982, when a person got killed while moving on the streets of Kampala at 5pm, people would argue that he was moving late in the night. Yet, this didn’t stop people from enjoying life within their means, apparently – one of the places to be was Chez Johnson, a …

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​To or not to watch Big Brother Naija?


The ongoing edition of Big Brother Naija is codenamed See Gobe! Just like that song that made Nigerian artiste Davido famous. And much as the house is located in South Africa, all housemates are Nigerian, in fact, listening to all of them talk is a memory run through the pathetic …

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​How the CMVAs can win over artistes


On Saturday, the organizers of Uganda’s inaugural visual music awards, the Club Music Video Awards embarked on what may become their hardest journey – consistency. This was after the awards made their return after being out of action for three years, with the confusion that has engulfed them since they …

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Movie Night brings Ayanda to Kampala


The African Movie Night by Audio Visual Factory has brought various exciting movie titles like Desert Flower, Veve, Half of a Yellow Sun and Nothing for Mahala, among others.On March 14 at the National theatre, African Movie Night will screen Ayanda – probably one of the biggest South African films …

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Conversations with my mother


For copyright reasons I’ve been forced to start this by informing you that I jerked Esther Tebandeke’s title. I guess you guys remember Tebandeke from Queen of Katwe, she acted as Sarah Katende, the wife to David Oyelowo’s Robert Katende….yeah, I chill with such people you know! Yesterday was Women’s …

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Bebe Cool’s sweet Na Na Na nothing

Bebe Cool - Lumba

Of course Bebe Cool stopped writing his own music over ten years back. He has since moved to employing song writers like Nince Henry, Silver Kyagulanyi, Yese Oman Rafiki, Esther Nabasa, A-Pass and Saint Andrews among others. The gamble has paid off, depending on the side of the coin you’re …

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