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UBC to retire 30 employees

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Uganda Broadcasting Corporation recently hosted the first capacity building workshop at Pearl of Africa Hotel as they prepare 30 of its staff for retirement.

The day-long workshop equiped retirees with skills to prepare them for the next stage in their lives with presentations to assist them diligently choose paths that best suit them. The presentations were from reputable personalities in investment, money management, Uganda Registration Services Bureau (URSB) and retirees from other industries sharing their life stories.

Charles Ochici, ED Enterprise Uganda shares insights with UBC retirees during a capacity building workshop held at Pearl Of Africa Hotel.

Charles Ochici, ED Enterprise Uganda shares insights with UBC retirees during a capacity building workshop held at Pearl Of Africa Hotel.

The 30 esteemed members retiring soon have been split across differing departments, business units and levels of management at UBC namely TV content producers, technicians, radio/TV engineers, content researchers, on air broadcasters and production graphics designers.

“As the national broadcaster, UBC would like to thank these staff for passionately and with devotion dedicated so many years to making us the powerhouse that we are today. We wouldn’t have done it without you all. You have weathered numerous storms and shown us direction time and time again. We are eternally grateful and wish them boundless opportunities in their next endeavors,” Winston Agaba, the managing director stressed.

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Cindy nominated for best actress at Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards

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Dancehall queen and actress Cindy Sanyu, has been nominated in the category of “Best Actress In A Drama ( Movie/TV Series) for her role in the movie, “Bella” alongside Omotola Jalade Ekeinde (Nigeria), Miriam Kayode (Nigeria), Agaba Joan (Uganda) and Keira Hewatch (Nigeria).


Other Ugandans that have got a nod in the prestigious awards include; Eleanor and Mathew Nabwiiso (Rain), Agaba Joan (The Torture), Kizito Samuel (The Forbidden), among others.


The announcement for the 2018 edition was made on Saturday by Nigerian comedian, Bovi, and Ghanaian actor, Joselyn Dumas, on Africa Magic channels on DStv and GOtv respectively. The 6th annual AMVCA awards will take place on September 1 and will be broadcast live on all Africa Magic channels.

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Anne Kansiime celebrates YouTube milestone

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Big things are always going for continental comedienne, Anne Kansiime. The comedienne has hit 500,000 subscribers on YouTube, making her the most followed
Ugandan celebrity on the video sharing platform.

She has celebrated the milestone by thanking her fans for giving her their unconditional support, funding and sustaining all her production work, as well as the children at her Kansiime Foundation.

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Anne who has had some personal family issues in the recent past has kept her head high, planning shows and connecting with fans at every available opportunity.

We will keep you posted.

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NTV The Beat Revamp Soaring

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With popular city emcee Dagy Nyce settling in superbly well with Sheila Gashumba and Tracy Kababito, the trio has with no doubt beaten all odds to put on a great TV show for NTV The Beat fans.

Those that thought otherwise in terms of managing the show after the departure of the long serving host Douglas Lwanga from the show have also noticed the growth.

Many thought that the management could fail to replace the gap left behind when Lwanga left. But, hey looks like they finally managed to pull it off.

It’s literally 60 days down the road, and the story seems to be changing every other day from “They cannot” to “May be they can” and now to “Yes they can”.

Tracy has been learning and coping really quickly with her amaizing deep voice, while Gashumba carries on with her experience and touch of how the industry works. Nyce on the other hand strikes the perfect balance between holding the show together with his adverse knowledge of the game, having been doing this for close to a decade now.

If Daggy is not cracking jokes, he is dancing and as always very playful on set with the gals. He also puts up small sweet fights with the Deejay Brian and Dash on set to make a great show.

We must admit that the BEAT has finally risen to the occassion. Credit to NTV for showing such stamina again everytime it looses its fine products to other rival stations.

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