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Ladi Kwali was a prolific and renowned artist who was best known for her large-scale, intricate, and vibrant ceramic sculptures. She was the first woman to join the Nigeria Pottery and Sculptors Association, and was a pioneer in the Nigerian art movement.

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The Short-Story of How Pia Pounds Got Famous Will Make You Love Her Even More

The odds against Tracy Kirabo, commonly known as Pia Pounds, would have discouraged a less hardworking woman. Her childhood life was full of struggle, pain, poverty and illness. But at the age of 13, she joined the Uganda music industry, worked with Ragga Dee and it's her talent that made even Eddy Kenzo take notice of Pia and signed her

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Airtel Uganda Is Offering New Data Bundle Offers to Africell Customers

Leading Ugandan telecom service provider Airtel Uganda announced they would be extending "exciting offers" to Africell customers who want to join them. KAMPALA | LIFESTYLE UGANDA ( — Airtel Uganda, the country's largest telecom company, has announced that they have prepared "exciting offers" for any Africell subscribers who want to join their network. Airtel is offering 50% bonus data to

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Matatu Film Stage Returns to Celebrate Local Filmmakers and Their Artistic Passion Projects

Ugandan filmmaking has evolved significantly over the years, progressing from a time when understanding the craft behind the camera was a challenge. In 2023, locally-produced TV shows are among the most celebrated in Uganda. Before embarking on popular TV dramas like Sanyu or Prestige, many filmmakers initiate their journey with short films. These short films often stand as art-driven passion projects, not primarily aimed at monetary gain. This aspect has spurred the inception of the Matatu Film Stage, designed to shed light on these creative works. On the upcoming Friday, October 6, the second edition of the Matatu Film Stage is set to unfold at Century Cinemax, Acacia Mall. The inaugural Matatu Film Stage in 2019 showcased films like Mawe, Sunday, Black and White, 80 Plus, Long Way To Go, and 100 C. This event is an initiative by Film Possible, a collective of film professionals including Davidson Mugume, Patience Katushabe, and Ali Musoke. They are committed to nurturing the upcoming generation of filmmakers through mentorship, training, and opportunities for showcasing their talent. On the mentioned Friday, seven films including Jangu by Patience Nitumwesiga, I Eat What I Like by Shari Mwanika, Lydia Matata’s Sungura, Angie Emurwon’s Keycard, Naseeba Bagalaaliwo, and Mwesigwa Benjamin’s animation films Scalp Deep and Ttula will be presented. Additionally, this event marks the premiere of "The Last Shoemaker," a film produced by Film Possible. Ali Musoke highlighted that the initiative aims to ensure local productions receive exposure across various platforms like cinemas, TV, art centers, matatus, festivals, and video-on-demand.

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