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Ziggy Wine: Tortured musician succumbs to...

A week after his kidnap, Ziggy Wine was found abandoned at Mulago, unconscious and with burns on his entire body.

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Rapper Gravity Omutujju shot at, three arrested...

Security sources say the musician was referred to Mulago National Referral Hospital, but he apparently preferred a different medical facility.

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At 20 years in gospel music, Sseku yearns...

It is simply amazing that at just 38 years of age, gospel musician Martin Sseku boasts legendary status.

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How it went down at Kampala night run

Here is what happened during the Kampala night run

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Who is the best Ugandan Hiphop artiste?

There is a battle among Uganda's proclaimed hihop artistes, so we ask who do you think is the best?

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Mowzey's family thankful for support

“We, as members of the family of Ssekibogo Moses Radio, would like to convey our heartfelt appreciation to His Excellency the President and Ugandans for...

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Mowzey Radio funeral: After church, all roads...

After the requiem mass at Rubaga Cathedral, the body of ugandan musician Mowzey Radio will be taken to Kololo Airstrip for vigil.

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Radio was a 'simple, humble son', says mother...

"However much others knew him as a chaotic man, I knew him as a simple, humble and talented son," Jane Kasubo says after the death of musician Mowzey Radio....

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Ugandan musician Mowzey Radio dies

The Goodlyfe Crew member Moses Ssekibogo, best known as Mowzey Radio, is described as a "talented young person" as news of his death grips the nation....

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Introducing Aggrey Real

Anyways back to the point, this boy has a good song called “In da house” and it is very likeable despite the fact that it won’t be a hit.

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Fighting human trafficking in Uganda...

It explains why in 2000 the United National General Assembly adopted a Palermo Protocol that allows each country to fight the various forms of trafficking in their country.