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Afrigo Band, a soundtrack of Uganda’s history

The Afrigo Band @ 40 concerts that was held at Hotel Africana was a moment of reflection; looking at where the country has been and where it is going.Not that they delved into telling stories of how the going has been hard, no, the band instead programmed songs that told …

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Tubonga Nawe is not bad after all

Well, from Mr. DJ featuring Benon’s Swangz Avenue and the Goodlyfe Crew to Ladies Night by DJ Shiru featuring another lot of artists, all stars have always caused some kind of steer whenever they are released.For instance at the height of their fights in 2009, Moze Radio noted that an …

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Call 112: You know this was a missed call right?

It was supposed to take us into the dark world of human organ trafficking, though, for some reason, Joseph Ssebagala’s Call 112 was just a missed one.He however needs kudos for daring a one location one place film, they are always as challenging and as the result was seen, not …

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Review: Bala Bala Sese

Bala Bala Sese was indeed a film to watch out for – an unimaginable love story between the village belle and boy about the rural.It’s a simple story of Margaret (Natasha Sinayobye) and her sweet love John (Michael Kasaija) forging a way forward even with the resistance of a malicious …

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Review: Mbamalawo – Navio

As an artiste, you will always be advised to sing in a language you’re either comfortable in or the one that you feel your fans get the message best.And it explains why only a few English songs by our local artistes have dominated the airwaves, not that Ugandan music lovers …

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Guitar maestros bring the house down

Not many people dare to hold concerts on Sunday because of a simple reason, Kampala party goers usually party on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. But that wasn’t the case for the Qwella Band and its ninth edition of the Qwella Junction. Qwella Band lined up the best guitarists in the …

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Review: A woman’s body is a battlefield

Theatre is life; it is that one space where messages are passed on in whichever language/culture and they perfectly communicate. It was the same case when Alliance Française with the support of the UN, Turkish Airlines and put up the spirited production of ‘A woman’s Body is a Battlefield in …

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