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Hall of Fame: UBC Presenter fills Freedom city in 11 year career celebrations

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By Stuart G-Khast

Calvin Da Entertainer is all smiles after his very successful concert that took place on Saturday at Freesom City in Namasuba. The TV presenter who was celebrating 11 years of service as Presenter saw not only masses flock his event but all artistes of all genres and creativity.

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His “Take Over” party mainly focused on celebrating Ugandan music , talent and  Calvin’s contribution to the entertainment industry.

“Calvin is a cool guy we had to support him. He has supported our muaic over the years” artistes kept on heeping praise to the presenter.

Calvins first event ever was a complete sucess as is the presenter.

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Video: Radio presenter Jaq Deweyi learns how to swim

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Radio presenter Jaq Deweyi and hubby Enock Nsubuga

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After doing several activities on water in her ongoing “Meet Jinja” campaign, radio presenter Jaq Deweyi has decided to learn how to swim because water activities are not about to end.

As she learns how to swim, Jaq will be sharing her journey with fans as well as give tips and tricks for any swimming beginners.

In Lesson #1 Jaqi learns how to be comfortable in water, learn how to control her breathe in water and learn how not to fear water, but simply respect it.

She noted that, “one of the major differences between swimming and other sports is that learning how to breathe under water is a skill on its own.”

Watch her in video below.

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“Winnie Nwagi Did Nothing Wrong” Smackists Cry Out

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SMACK S.6 Students are crying out over what they call an over-judgemental public. This follows the public’s reaction over Winnie Nwagi’s sensual performance and dabs during her concert in Kisubi.

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Swangz Avenue was forced to apologize as a way of calming down everyone. But Smackists are clearly annoyed that Swangz is apologizing over what they termed as a normal performance at the school.

“We don’t see anything wrong. This is how concerts have always been at SMACK.That is how we dance with our female artistes. It doesn’t mean we are spoilt. It is just single boys having some fun. These people on social media just have kajanja. For us we had even already booked Winnie Nwagi for three other shows. We even want Desire Luzinda to do even more when she comes along,” the students revealed to us.

Here is the apology from Swang.

We deeply regret the inappropriate performance by Winnie Nwagi at St Mary’s College Kisubi on July 13th. We have investigated the incident and measures have been put in place to avoid a repeat of the same.

This was a huge error in judgment and both the Artist and the management team acknowledge the pain and mistrust caused by this incident. We apologize to the general public, parents of the students in attendance and the school Administration.

Management,
Swangz Avenue

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Uganda International Fashion Week to take place between 2nd and 4th August

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Described as one of the most prestigious fashion events on the nation’s annual social calendar, this year’s Uganda International Fashion Week will open at a leading tourism destination on 2nd August and climax at Kampala Serena Hotel and Conference Center from 3rd to 4th August 2019.

Hosted by ARAPAPA by Santa Anzo in proud association with The Department of Arts and Culture, The Republic of South Africa, this will be UIFW’s sixth edition.

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The event will focus on emphasizing The Business Behind Fashion, to magnify the potential of fashion as a vehicle for swift economic development in Africa.

“Fashion, like Petroleum and Gas, Communication and Tourism, Agriculture and Transport, Finance and banking is a multi-billion industry awaiting to be exploited. Uganda, the time is now!” said Santa Anzo, MD and Chief Fashion Designer, Arapapa. Away from the runway showcases, the three-day event will include highly interactive seminars, discussion panels, knowledge-sharing, mentorship and master class sessions. It will climax with grand showcase on the final day, featuring some of Africa’s finest designers including four South Africans and our home-grown talent; Fatumah Asha, Stella Atal, Abbas Kai, Paula Butagira and Arapapa by Santa Anzo.

Founded in 2003, UIFW has inspired, nurtured and developed the local fashion industry into a vibrant sector, recognized by the business sector, academia, tourism sector, government and diplomatic missions. UIFW aims at encouraging the adoption of fashion as a career capable of absorbing the unemployed in Africa, especially youths and women.

“UIFW is at the forefront of causing socio-economic change in Uganda and by extension Africa, by creating activations of partnerships that promote the fashion, garments and textile industry,” Santa says. The event also promotes and contributes to the promotion of tourism through fashion. To this effect Santa today has officially activated her latest innovation FASHION Tourism. UIFW encourages and promotes the preservation of culture. It is also a platform for designers to showcase their unique expressions and designs to the fashion market. Drawing designers from around the continent, UIFW also gives designers the opportunity for cross- country exchange of fashion entrepreneurship ideas and concepts. UIFW 2019 will be held in conjunction with Kansai Plascon, the leading paints brand in the country and Uganda Tourism Board.Plascon will be launching their 2019 Colour Forecast at the event and display the connectivity between fashion and the interior design industry.

“As a leading paint brand, we want to give our full support by providing colour inspiration during UIFW 2019 through our Colour Forecast which displays an endless combination of colour stories that exhibit a mix of shades that create the feeling of freedom in both interior design and fashion platforms” Koni Lungi, Kansai Plascon’s Regional Manager explained.

“Tourism is no longer about people coming to see wild animals. They want to experience the culture, the cuisine and the fashion. We are glad UIFW is taking a lead in fashion tourism,” UTB’s Marketing Manager Clare Mugabi said.

Entrance to the event will be Shs250,000 for front row seats, Shs200,000 for VIP seats and Shs100,000 for general audience tickets.

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