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“We are very excited that Minibuzz has joined Bukedde TV1 and the rest of the Vision Group family. Everyone who loves the show will be able to continue watching it daily from Monday to Friday on Bukedde TV1."
    Many young people love entertainment. No doubt many would love to become radio and TV personalities, had God only been fair when distributing talent at birth!
      While other countries have registered success in the movie arena, Uganda has continued to lag behind. Given the many talents Ugandan artistes in their respective fields possess, no one has come up to tap the immense talent.
        This year’s Big Brother Africa ended last weekend with Dellish announced the winner on Sunday and walk away with US$300,000 (sh780m). That should be big news, right? Not in Uganda, no sir, and probably not in the other African countries that do not have representatives left in the game.
          River Nile Motion Pictures, a feature film Production Company focusing on local content for the Indian and Ugandan media market, recently wrapped up a 120 minutes film shot entirely in Uganda.
            Mary Luswata just changed her name to Nalongo. The original host of Urban @ Dawn returns for a new season with, not just one Daniel, but two.
              Innocent Tegusulwa is the fiery and energetic sports presenter on Bukedde Radio/TV. Carol Kasujja asked him about his two loves.
                A new era started in Uganda on Thursday night as Multichoice Uganda unveiled the DStv Mobile and GOtv mobile at Kabira Country Club in Bukoto, Kampala.
                  To this day, many still refer to Mira Nair as Miss Mississippi Masala, after the 1991 movie she directed. That movie broke new ground, and it made many a Ugandan feel that they had “arrived” as far as film is concerned.
                    Michael Benjamin Owori, a.k.a Bush baby, is the Urban TV station manager. Vivian Agaba asked him about his intimate, social, career and family life
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                      Should government scrap the state-sponsorship scheme in public universities?
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