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Host Sharon Bwogi aka Lady Slyke (L), writer and producer Daniel Kisekka aka "Survivor" (C) and rapper Zoe Kabuye aka "MC Loy" at the company's office in Kampala. (Pic: AFP)
Rapping the news in Uganda
June 9, 2015 Posted by :
“Newzbeat” makes a catchy change from a standard news bulletin: Ugandans call the broadcasters “rap-orters”, a youth team of hip-hop artists-turned-journalists rapping the headlines. “Uganda’s anti-gay law ...
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‘Desperate Housewives Africa’ launches on April 30
April 13, 2015 Posted by :
Desperate Housewives Africa, the African version of the award-winning US television drama series, will launch on April 30 on EbonyLife TV (DStv 165). According to the Nigerian ...
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The Basotho need a robust, confident media. Yet if one local journalist were to dare to “get to the bottom of things,” but then angers the wrong person, who would protect them? (Reuters/Siphiwe Sibeko)
‘Verbal lynching’ of journo reveals the dangers of reporting in Lesotho
December 4, 2014 Posted by :
The barbs are flying at me faster, flung by a hostile crowd. Here I am, the lone Western correspondent in this tiny African kingdom that still feels ...
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The film adaptation of ‘Half of a Yellow Sun’ is a triumph
August 6, 2014 Posted by :
Nigerian novelist Chibundu Onuzo reviews Half of a Yellow Sun, which premiered in Nigeria on August 1. I went to two screenings of Biyi Bandele’s adaptation of Chimamanda ...
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Eisebo relishes the chance to tell the Nigerian story from a local perspective. (Instagram/Andrew Esiebo)
Lagos brought to life on Instagram
August 4, 2014 Posted by :
Nigerian photographer Andrew Esiebo, a recent convert to social media, uses pictures to tell the story of Africa’s largest metropolis and beyond. “I was sceptical at the ...
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