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At-risk children in Katwe receive street art skills

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | At least 46 at-risk children from the Katwe area have completed the first phase of the kARTwe Street Art Project. This is an initiative of Feed A Million Mouths International (FAMMI) to provide opportunities for children in the area to receive nutritious meals while …

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Tororo’s RockCity Radio to go on air this year

President Yoweri Museveni gives radio sh200million boost Tororo, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Tororo Broadcasting Network Limited radio (RockCity Radio) will go live this year. This assurance was given today after President Yoweri Museveni fulfilling a government sh200million pledge that was needed by the Tieng Adhola Cultural Institution (TACI) to complete …

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Nyege-Nyege preparations drag on amidst uncertainty

Jinja, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Preparations for the controversial Nyege-Nyege festival are draging on in Jinja despite the uncertainty surrounding the event. The four-day festival was planned to start on Thursday September 15, and run uninterrupted until September 19, 2022. The event organizers announced that they have lined up about …

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Juliana is back with the Boundless Concert

Kampala, Uganda | Patricia Akankwatsa | On 19th August this year, Uganda’s sensational songbird and Tooro princess Julian Kanyomozi will be live in concert at the Kampala Serena hotel. Currently, she is having utmost rehearsals with the best band and is ready to rock her die-hard fans with an exhilarating performance. …

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Education ministry bans music concerts in schools

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Ministry of Education and Sports has temporarily banned live music concerts in schools. In a circular addressed to both public and private schools, Jane Egau Okuo, the acting Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Educatio, says that they have temporarily banned artists from staging shows …

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