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PHOTOS: Bebe Cool Throws Glamorous Baby Shower for Wife Zuena

Ugandan music giant Moses Ssali aka Bebe Cool on Saturday evening threw a glamorous baby shower for his wife Zuena Kirema, who is pregnant with their fifth child. At the baby shower, which was attended by a few family members and friends, the couple engaged in a public display off affection as

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‘Insulting First Lady’: Stella Nyanzi Wins Makerere Suspension Case

Makerere University's Staff Appeals Tribunal has ordered the university to reinstate suspended researcher Dr Stella Nyanzi’s first appeal. The reinstatement is one of the 15 orders made by the tribunal in its ruling on Dr Nyanzi’s appeal. In March, The chairman of the Appointments Board of Makerere University ordered the suspension of

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VIDEO: Zari, Diamond Platnumz Reunite in Zanzibar

Cross-border socialite Zari Hassan and Tanzanian musician Diamond Platnumz over the weekend rekindled their love in Zanzibar. This comes days after rumors circulated that the couple had split following Diamond's confession that he cheated on Zari with model Hamisa Mobeto and sired a baby boy with her. Zari, who had earlier deleted

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Court: Ex-Minister Byandala Has Case to Answer

Former works and transport minister Abraham Byandala and his co-accused have case to answer in Mukono-Katosi Road scam, the anti-corruption court has ruled Monday. Byandala, former Executive Director for UNRA Berunado Ssebbugga Kimeze, former UNRA Director Finance and Administration Joe Ssemugooma, former UNRA legal counsel Marvin Baryaruha, businessman Apollo Senkeeto (Mark

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VIDEO: Bishop Dan Zoreka: Age Limit Removal is A Bad Thing Marketed by a Few Politicians

Just two days after Uganda’s three-decade president Yoweri Museveni gave a nod a bill by members of his ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party to remove the constitutional age limit of 75 to allow him rule for life, another cleric has castigated Museveni and his acolytes for supporting an evil

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Riek Machar Refuses to Meet South Sudan Dialogue Committee

Former South Sudan Vice President Dr Riek Machar has for the second time rejected a request by the National Dialogue Steering Committee to meet him in South Africa. South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa had accepted the task trying to talk to Machar to meet the steering committee. But the committee has

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10 Ways to Know that Your Man is Cheating on You

It's not really so hard to figure out if your man is a cheater or a faithful partner. Men are known to be very good at masking their indiscretion in relationships. Some are so good at it that their girlfriends don't get to know until after breaking up with the two-timing

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Zari-Diamond Love Relationship Hangs on Business Deals Thread

Socialite Zari Hassan has come out to dismiss reports that she had separated with Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz. But Zari’s dismissal reveals even more about the celebrities’ crumbling relationship – or rather a ‘situation-ship’ that hangs on the thread of business deals. The reports had been fuelled by Zari’s actions of

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Don Wanyama: Uganda’s Constitution is Not Cast in Stone

A fallacy is generally defined as “a mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound arguments” or simply put, “it is faulty reasoning.” In the debate over the amendment of Article 102 (b), which sets the minimum age of the President at 35 and maximum at 75, the Opposition that is

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Of Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o Missing Nobel Literature Prize, Again

On the day the Nobel Committee was to announce the winner of the Literature prize in 2010, I sat at our home in Limuru with two journalists from Spain, watching the live streaming of the announcement. My father, Ngugi wa Thiong’o, was considered by many bookies to be the favourite

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