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Ziza Bafana started off in the local music industry three years ago. The dreadlocked musician opened up to New Vision’s Glorias Musiime about his love and music.
    Susan Kigula was taken into her jail cell whilst she was sobbing. When she finally opened her eyes and looked around, there was nowhere to run or hide.
      Imagine a woman desperately trying to get pregnant, but so far every attempt is unsuccessful. Would you be brave enough to “get pregnant for her?” Aisha Nansereko did.
        The FBI and Apple were urgently investigating Monday after an apparent massive hack of a cloud data service unleashed a torrent of intimate pictures of dozens of celebrities across the Internet.
          Ex-FDC president Col. Kizza Besigye meets Kenyan Jeff Ochieng, who is much teased for resembling the Ugandan politician.
            Jamaican artist Shaggy’s 2000 runaway hit has been a favourite for many people caught in very uncompromising situations with no defence whatsoever. ,
              A beauty queen dethroned for alleged misconduct has absconded with her crown and free breast implants.
                I call Aisha one chilly morning to ask for an appointment. She, in a husky just-slid-out-of-bed tone, informs me that she is busy.
                  Annet Nakyeyune Tibaleka had always dreamed of beautiful babies and a happy marriage. But her dream was shaken in 2002, when she realised that her firstborn child was a Little Person.
                    He was stigmatised and rejected for over seven years as everyone thought he had HIV. Nonetheless, this situation drove Humphrey Nabimanya, 26, to become a youth peer educator and to start Reach a Hand Uganda.
                      Studying in schools like Nakasero Primary School, Namilyango College and Makerere College School, Emmanuel Bagwana seemed set for courses like medicine or engineering.

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                      The annual Green festival took place at Kololo Independence Ground with over 20,000 children, brought by their parents, last week , cramming the venue to capacity.

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