Today in Pictures - Saturday, November 09
Every day we bring you a selection of photo highlights and here is what we have for today
DR Congo's Tshisekedi in Uganda
The three-day state visit of the Democratic Republic of Congo President, Felix Tshilombo Tshisekedi to Uganda starting on Friday, November 08 is expected to boost trade relations between the two countries. Photos by Miriam Namutebi
Vision Group, Land ministry offers free title checks to the public
Ministry of Lands ICT officer, Ivan Twinobusingye, conducts title verification exercise for members of the public. The one day service was offered free of charge by Vision Group supported by the Democratic Governance Facility (DGF) and the ministry on Saturday. Hundreds of Ugandans took advantage of the service, usually called a "search" which otherwise is tedious to access and at a fee in normal working days at the land registry. Photos by Mathias Mazinga
The Rugby Cup semi-final on
The Hima cement Heathens led hosts Stanbic Black Pirates 3-0 at half time. Defending champions will be playing Plascon mongers in the second semi-final. Last year Pirates beat Heathens to play a final with Kobs. By Johnson Were
Evoke Night starts in style
Evoke Night went down at Naguru Hilltop on Friday night. The show attracted a youthful audience who enjoyed various live music acts, poetry and dance from upcoming artistes. Fik Fameika and Wemble spiced up the show. H2C dancers were crowned winners of the night's talent competition, walking home with sh2m and an IPhone X.
Mixtape Party Season 6 thrills revelers
The sixth season of Mixtape Party that happened on Friday night at UMA showgrounds excited Kampala party lovers. The show, hosted by the deejaying duo, Slick Stuart and Roja, had a buffet of entertainment, ranging from deejay mixes to music and dance acts. Various top artistes, including Eddy Kenzo, Bebe Cool, Fik Fameica, Fefe Busi and deejays such Mercy Pro, Naselow drove revelers into ecstasy.
Qwela band pulls off third edition of Afro mix show
The third edition of Qwela band's Afro Mix show returned on Saturday at Bight of Benin bar in Nakasero, Kampala. As the title clearly highlights, the show, as always, was about the representation of African virtues through not only music but crafts, fashion, and dance as well.
The performances represented several cultures from various regions of the country including Western, Central and Northern regions of Uganda. Interestingly, Qwela band's former members, Tamba Tangaza and Tempra Omona, also featured in the performances. By Reagan Ssempijja