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Navio redefines self with Njogereza


A lot has been said regarding Navio and his relationship with his heritage; at one point, they said he thought he was too hot for Luganda though fact was that he’s not that good speaking the language. Well, over the times, he has continued reminding us that he’s indeed a …

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Sembera places Ntale above her contemporaries


“Boy come closer you know that I need you our love is forever and it will never melt away….”The lines open the song that may after this year define Irene Ntale’s always promising music career, pure music, bass guitar magic, visible kongas and heartwarming lyrics, the artiste manages to silence …

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Genevieve’s Road to Yesterday is a misguided run


There was a lot of excitement leading to the release of Ishaya Bako’s Road to Yesterday, this was the director’s first feature and another fact, that lead actress Genevieve Nnaji too was making her debut as a producer.The film was also coming almost two or more years of the actress’ …

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Review: House Arrest

House Arrest, Uganda’s most awarded film of 2015 and one of the two nominated Ugandan films for the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCAs) was eventually given a proper premiere this December.This was at the National Theatre only a week to Christmas.Considering the angle you may want to look at …

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Fun Factory ends year with 5 Star Madness

Fun Factory on Thursday wound up their performance year with one hell of a 5Star Madness show at Serena Hotel’s Victoria Conference Hall.It was the second time the group was holding what has become an annual production which according to Hannington Bugingo is a highlight of the year performances and …

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Rita Sabiti climaxes Qwela Junction Diva show

Truth is for many art enthusiasts, Rita Sabiti is a legend, yet for millennials, she was that name without a face.She had been called legendary, a maestro, classic and of course diva, but that didn’t really mean a thing considering the fact that few of us had indeed seen her …

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