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Exploring dark colours for a homely ambience...

"Dark-coloured rooms are ideal for lovers of electric décor because they can bring together elements from different worlds."

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Neighbourhood watch: Bungalows ambush Kiteezi...

Located 14km from Kampala’s central business district, Kiteezi, which lies about 4km off Gayaza Road in Wakiso district, is developing rapidly.

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How to manage garbage at home

Kaujju also discouraged the tendency of burning rubbish at home and dumping it in trenches because it pollutes the environment.

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Holidays: How to keep your children safe...

“Safety of the occupants (more so child’s) should be planned ahead of time. The homeowners can seek guidance from their architects, interior designers,...

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Light up your living room for cosy ambience...

Achieving a cosy ambience in the living room is greatly determined by the type and positioning of the lighting chosen.

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How to build a swimming pool in your compound...

The first step in any swimming pool project is to perform a risk assessment at the beginning of project implementation before any work is done.

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Landlord and tenant responsibilities

"Many tenants don't bother to sign such a document, a tenancy agreement is important because it covers most of the contentious issues," he says.

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Bring extra glow, cosy feel to your home...

Benon Kisomose, a technician and electrician at Facom Uganda says the creativity applied in setting up garden lights to enhance the beauty of your home,...

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Kitchen Islands for every classy kitchen...

Right in the middle of this evolution is the classy, dainty kitchen island, which many have taken to in a bid to modernize their kitchens.

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Save by making your own bricks

To produce 10,000 bricks (made from normal soil), which cost sh1,800,000. You will thus have saved sh1, 150,000


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When mobile phones came to Uganda...

President Yoweri Museveni encouraged other investors to emulate Celtel and “invest in the future of Uganda”.