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Biggest Mistakes Women Make in Bed

Howwebiz - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 15:01
We might think we run the world with our womanly whiles, but that doesn't mean we always make the best decisions in the bedroom. Here are some common

Keko Doesn’t Like To Bath - Sheebah‘s Pal

Howwebiz - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 14:53
Last week, Keko went ahead and made several comments in media about Sheeba. Sheeba, through her friend, has fired back at Keko,

Irene Ntale Set To Drop A New Video

Howwebiz - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 14:44
The video was shot by ivisualz images and the audio was done by Wani production of mastermind productions.

Winnie Nwagi Hits The Gym With Boyfriend

Howwebiz - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 14:36
Winnie working out with her lover at the Bugolobi based Silver springs gym where she is a regular.

Video: Angelina Jolie eats scorpions and spiders in Cambodia

Bigeye - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 14:17

Have a hard enough time getting your kids to eat their peas? Angelina Jolie has her brood chowing down on scorpions and tarantulas.

In a BBC clip posted Sunday, the actress cooked the creepy-crawlies with her children in Cambodia, then dug in with them.

We’ll savor these home-movie moments forever when Jolie says, “Who wants to share a spider?” and “It’s hard to chew the scorpions” as though she were at a backyard barbecue on the Fourth of July.

Those wanting to follow the “Maleficent” star’s lead on insect cuisine might want to heed her advice in the video:

“You start with crickets, crickets and a beer. And then you kind of move up to tarantulas.”

“You want to share a spider?” – Angelina Jolie cooks bugs in Cambodia https://t.co/5mSi3VNErT pic.twitter.com/OZ12DjpyJD

— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) February 20, 2017

In the same interview with the BBC’s Yalda Hakim, Jolie commented on her divorce from Brad Pitt, calling it “a difficult time.” At least it’s comforting to see the kids enjoying an exotic meal together.

Source: Huffingtonpost.com

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6 Ways To Find Out About Your Partner’s Past Relationships

Bigeye - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 14:06

The past is the past when it comes to relationships. And, of course, we have to respect our partner’s privacy and boundaries. So if they don’t like talking about their past relationships, or offer very little information, that’s the end of that.

But what if you’re dating someone new and you’re dying to know who and how they dated in the past? You don’t want to appear suspicious and insecure; you’re just … curious.

While the experts agree that deceit can be dangerous — and you definitely don’t want to lose your partner’s trust — there are ways to obtain information about a partner’s dating history without looking like a total stalker.

This is the art of coaxing information out of someone without their knowing it, says B. D. Foley, a retired CIA operations officer and the author of “CIA Street Smarts for Women.” “Direct questions will only cause a [man/player] to be defensive, evasive, or more on-guard. Elicitation can draw them out subtly, and is really the only effective way to vet someone, to learn his true intentions, to find out about his past.”

1. Flattery: An elicitation ploy begins with compliments. Open the door to his ego. “It will uncover arrogance if he drones on about his accomplishments, or exploits, which might include his multiple partners. (for example, [saying something like] ‘A handsome guy like you has probably had a lot of girlfriends.’) An arrogant jerk might let slip that he has had many women,” says Foley.

2. Attribution: This ploy consists of telling him, “I heard that …”  “It can be something as innocent as ‘I heard from some classmates that you have slept with a lot of women.’ The thought that she already knows, from a source, could compel him to confess, thinking that it is too late to lie,” says Foley.  Or, try mixing attribution with a little flattery by saying, “I heard that you hooked up with five girls in just your senior year.” He might feel compelled to correct the record by saying something like, “Nope, it was 15,” Foley adds.

3. Assumption: We don’t want you assuming the worst in your partner, but this is an easy way to get more details on their past. “You can just make an assumption based upon looks, physique, or what frat/sorority they belonged to. “Example: ‘My roommate dated one of your teammates; you guys are players.’ Again, it is harder for him to deny something that is established, in his mind, than just asking him a direct question such as ‘Have you had sex with a lot of women?’” says Foley.

4. Relationship expert Audrey Hope suggest going out with both girl and guy friends, and listening for signs. “Do your best to bring up your partner’s past in conversation with them, but don’t be too obvious about it. Mix it up with newer topics about life today, and then revert to older ones about life then,” she says.  Even better, Hope says try to go with your partner to their class reunions.

5. We know how moms love to share stories about their baby boy.  “She may say something like, ‘Oh, we had such a hard time with him/her five years ago.’ These are the keys that will start to put a story together. Also, getting chummy with their sister or brother is always a safe bet as well, especially since siblings tend to embarrass one another by spilling the beans on everything!’ says Hope.

6. You can find out a lot by asking subtle questions about his or her exes in appropriate contexts. It’s a gradual process, but it allows you to piece together information on past flings. “This slow, patient approach might even give your partner the space to actually open up about the past in a meaningful way. This method, while requiring patience, has the advantage of not requiring any stalking at all,” says dating coach Jonathan Bennett.

In other words, Google them. Look at work websites, blogs, and any articles and reports that may pop up. “While some might consider that to be stalking, there’s nothing wrong with examining what your partner posted with the express purpose of showing the world anyway. It’s unfair to use the word ‘stalking’ when your new partner decides to look at all the stuff you freely and happily shared with the world,” says Bennett.

Even if your partner has deleted all online proof of their ex, there are still stops you can pull out. Dating expert and matchmaker April Davis says, “If you know their ex’s first or last name, try to check his/her friends or family’s Facebook friends. Chances are, someone is still friends with the ex online. Same goes for Twitter and Instagram.”

Source: Ghanastar.com

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Sudhir Bounces Back With State-Of-The-Art Gym

Campus Bee - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 14:05

They say that you build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close the door on the past. You don’t try to forget the mistakes, but you don’t dwell on it. You don’t let it have any of your energy, or any of your time, or any of your space….this clearly is what defines tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia and the entire Ruparelia group.

After losing Crane Bank to DFCU, all is not lost as this was evidenced on Tuesday when Ruparelia group launched a state-of-the-art gym called The City Gym on Boulevard Building, at Kampala Road.

 

The City Gym will mainly target people within the central business district and will be open from 6am to 10pm daily. “Being stuck in traffic doesn’t make sense. Use the time you spend stuck in traffic to better your health and fitness,” James Oketch the Gym manager and instructor told journalists at the launch.

He added that people who are always in offices should utilize their lunch breaks to come and gym. “By the time you finish gym, I want you to feel that you have attained what brought you here,” he said.

The City Gym is currently offering a discount on membership. Shs3million annually, Shs300,000 monthly and Shs20,000 daily.

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Sudhir Bounces Back With State-Of-The-Art Gym

Campus Bee - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 14:05

They say that you build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close the door on the past. You don’t try to forget the mistakes, but you don’t dwell on it. You don’t let it have any of your energy, or any of your time, or any of your space….this clearly is what defines tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia and the entire Ruparelia group.

After losing Crane Bank to DFCU, all is not lost as this was evidenced on Tuesday when Ruparelia group launched a state-of-the-art gym called The City Gym on Boulevard Building, at Kampala Road.

 

The City Gym will mainly target people within the central business district and will be open from 6am to 10pm daily. “Being stuck in traffic doesn’t make sense. Use the time you spend stuck in traffic to better your health and fitness,” James Oketch the Gym manager and instructor told journalists at the launch.

He added that people who are always in offices should utilize their lunch breaks to come and gym. “By the time you finish gym, I want you to feel that you have attained what brought you here,” he said.

The City Gym is currently offering a discount on membership. Shs3million annually, Shs300,000 monthly and Shs20,000 daily.

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Famous Reggae musician arrested for threatening to stage a protest

Bigeye - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 13:55

Security forces in Guinea have arrested a reggae artist apparently for threatening to stage a protest.

Authorities have not given an official reason for Elie Kamano’s arrest, but his wife suspects he was arrested for calling a “peaceful protest” at the weekend to pressure the government into resuming teaching at schools across the country.

Teachers have been on strike for months in Guinea. As a result, classrooms have remained closed.

Despite the arrest, students on Monday took to the streets in the capital, Conakry, to vent their anger at the failure to end the strike.

The city has been paralysed by the protest, says BBC Afrique’s Makeme Bamba in Conakry.

Source: Ghanastar.com

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Photos: Hellen Lukoma shoots new video

Bigeye - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 13:42

Local fashionista, actress and singer, Hellen Lukoma is working hard to revive her music career.

The former HB Toxic singer announced her return to active music with songs like“Binyuma” and “Ndangamuntu” among others late last year. And she has since been busy working on several new music projects.

We have learnt that the petite star’s latest project is a brand new video. She started shooting a video for her single “Super Striker” early this week.

She worked with Nico Jah of Superstar Filmz on this project.

The video is expected to come out very soon.

Here are some photos from the video shoot.

Staff Writer

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#WCW! The pretty Christine Namuddu from MUBS

Campus Bee - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 13:33

 

The sun rises once every day, twice for everyone who wakes up near MUBS’ Christine Namuddu.

Christine is one of those girls that brought meaning to the term “gorgeous”. We are sure her veins flow of milk and more milk as that is what is radiated on her skin. We see a glow that can only be seen at a sunset.

Christine, literally translated as “follower of Christ” is such a hottie with her own followers as well and any man who has seen her walk by has been hypnotised to become a brain-dead follower. Guys creep in the shadows, following her around and like David on Bathsheba, they stalk her. Not for the great athletic body she holds, but also for the brain power.

She is in her second year pursuing a Bachelor’s of Business Administration and unlike several girls of her age, won’t wait for a man to provide everything. Christy has her own Jewellery business which she runs alongside being a Student Brand Ambassador at Vodafone Uganda. Quite a brain smart, fille I should say.

A fashion junkie. High on it, as it’s seen in all her snaps. She has a thing or two for selfie’s and sweetness is her only weakness. Such a beauty cannot be kept off a camera.

Is she single? I hear you ask. Well, she prefers that you ask her physically about that. Or follow her @krystynahwills on Instagram, Krystynah Wills via Facebook or KWills Jewelry Store via Facebook as well for all your jewellery solution’s. We crush on you, Wills!

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I Will Deal With NEMA, NFA For Negligence- Museveni

Xclusive - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 13:20
  PRESIDENT YOWERI Museveni has pleaded with residents of Kito, Namataba, Kasokoso and Bukasa villages for more time to find solutions regarding the fate of more than 2,000 of their colleagues currently occupying government land and pending eviction. President Museveni while addressing the residents at Namataba ground in Kira Municipality, Wakiso District on Monday said […]

Irene Ntale Drags Swangz Avenue To Court

Xclusive - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 13:13
  WORD DOING the rounds on social media indicates talented Irene Ntale is set to take her former management label Swangz Avenue to court over unpaid monies. Sources claim that ever since she left Swangz last month, Ntale has been in consultations with top city lawyers on how to go about the issue. It is […]

Bad Black Speaks Out On Son’s Disappearance

Xclusive - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 13:07
  SOCIALITE SHANITAH Namuyimbwa alias Bad Black has claimed his son Jonathan was kidnapped in Kenya for a ransom. This comes after the young boy was taken to the Ugandan Embassy in Kenya following Black’s disappearance. Speaking for the first time, the socialite mom insists she cannot abandon her daughter saying that her boy was […]

Matovu showers Nadia with love

Show Biz - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 12:59

Tycoon Youma’s son Yassah Matovu is surely treating his wife Nadia Kabahita Matovu Mbiire like a Hollywood star. Earlier this month, he surprised her by hiring a whole restaurant for the two enjoy Valentine’s Day without any interruptions. It was one of the surprises of a lifetime.

“Celebrated Valentine’s Day early this year. My hubby surprised me by hiring out the restaurant for a dinner for two,” Nadia Kabahita Matovu posted.

Matovu hired the whole restaurant for the couple to enjoy Valentine’s Day uninterrupted

Nadia has of recent scoffed at her haters telling them that she married her husband because they love each other and he treats her like a queen. “He saw a hard working woman in me and my dream is to be up there on top by the time I clock 30,” she said.

The lovely couple on their wedding day

Nadia is a daughter to loaded tycoon Charles Mbiire. The couple walked down the aisle last year in July.

Leila Kayondo set to perform in Boston

Show Biz - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 12:52

Sexy Leila Kayondo is in the United States (US) and this weekend on 25th February, she is set to perform at Club Rendezvous in Boston. The ‘Manifesto’ singer has been in the states for several months and looks set to continue her music exploits.

“This Saturday Feb 25th 2017, Leila Kayondo will be performing live at Club Rendezvous Waltham,” Arthur Tainment posted.

Socialite Uwera sizzles in bikini

Show Biz - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 12:48

City socialite Tracy Uwera Borah is surely still up in the game. The sizzling sexy goddess posted her latest pictures on holiday looking fabulous and hot. The pictures show how a force to reckon with on the social scene she is and still rocking it up there. She is still a slaying queen!!

“Often imitated never duplicated …every day is a holiday for the queen..Location with held,” Tracy posted.

Jumia Travel Launches Flight Services

Bigeye - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 12:48

By Our Reporter

Jumia Travel has today announced the unveiling of Flights Services for travellers, a move that will boost its services reach.

The online hotel booking company is now offering both domestic and international flights by major airlines in the continent including Kenya Airways, Rwandair Express, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, South African Airways, KLM, Fly Dubai, Turkish Airlines, Air Arabia, and Air Seychelles among others.

“Year after year, we realize that our customers are always looking for other services. And that is why we are today launching flight services, our new product that will enable travellers book flights via our platform,” said Loius Badea, country manager of Jumia Travel Uganda. “We aim at creating a one-stop travel shop online in Africa providing accommodation, packages, and flights all on the same platform.”

He further revealed that they are working with different partners to offer the best rates to their customers.

“We have partnered with almost 500 airlines in the world and our platform will allow our customers to browse offers by the different airlines to find the best comparative prices, and book flights, as well as buy air tickets online with ease,” he added.

However, customers can only book flights using their credit or debit card, with the other options, which are yet to be rolled out, being use of MTN mobile money or paying directly at their offices.

Meanwhile, the company recently launched its holiday packages to foster domestic tourism in Africa and by including flights in its packages, Jumia Travel will continue supporting easier access to both African and universal destinations, while at the same time remaining keen to maintain “off-the-beaten path” travel solutions.

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MAKERERE: What you need to know about your Halls of residence

Campus Bee - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 12:43

Lumumba Hall
History 
Lumumba hall was built in the late 60’s and was opened in 1971. It was named after Congolese freedom fighter, Patrice Lumumba. It is the biggest hall on campus. It is located on Lumumba road just next to Mary Stuart also known as the box.
Capacity
The hall accommodates about 752 students, with 241 double rooms and two open blocks. The other block was closed after a student riot back in the day
Hall Culture
The Hall logo is an elephant and the students call themselves Elephants. The cultural symbol is Gongom. Gongom is addressed as His Majesty, Highness and dressed in an attire (a graduate gown). The Gongom monument was introduced by former students including the current Lt Gen. Elly Tumwine. The Gongom monument has a protection brigade known as Gongom Protection Brigade of 10 members manned by a general. It is affiliated to Mary Stuart hall of female students. And this affiliation brings social, cultural and a solidarity known as Lumbox. It is located on Lumumba road just next to Mary Stuart hall of Residence. In recent times, the Gongom monument is often dressed in condoms to remind students of the need to keep themselves safe at all times.

Complex Hall (CCE)
The hall originally started as the Old Mitchell hall and CCE main hall of adult Education studies. In 1982 the hall started operating as Complex Hall.
It is located at the southern end of the main campus about 150 metres from the main gate, thus it is the first hall of residence that you come across as you enter Makerere University.
Capacity
The hall has 157 rooms, 101 are triple, 56 double, and a single. The hall is comprised of four blocks all of which are open and functional.
Hall Culture
Complex hall is identified by the symbol of a Crocodile. Hence Complex residents are referred to as the gallant guaranteed crocodiles. The origin of the symbol started way back when Complex hall would flood a lot but the students persisted, therefore acquiring the title “crocodile”.
“Harmony with Diginity” are the hall’s values that encompass all cultural norms and disciplinary values of Complex hall.
It is affiliated to Mitchell hall of male students.

University Hall (UH)
University Hall is a service oriented unit for students and staff. It was opened as a Hall of residence in July of 1957. It is among the oldest halls on campus. The first intake was second year students who were transferred from (Northcote Hall by then) now Nsibirwa Hall.
The structure of the building was of a rectangular form. During the 1960/61 the original plan was alternated to what it is now.
Hall Culture
The students call their hall, the only hall on campus, with a culture of a special and strong meekness symbolized by their association with a goat–thus the language of goat land,
“Heb! Heb! Heb!” In 2004 the goats decided to look for she goats, the hunting ended up at the hostel called Garden Courts which is found off Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road. They united both cultures and came up with a new name, “Unicorts Solidarity”. Since that day, all the cultural activities are carried together as “Unicent solidality”

Nkrumah Hall

Hall Motto: “Forward we move”. Nkrumah hall was named after the great African leader Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana. The hall was at first known as New Hall under the management of Northcote. Thereafter it gained its independence but it still shares a kitchen with Nsibirwa Hall formerly Northcote. Nkrumah houses male students and is well known for the culture of Pan Africanism. In front of the hall you’ll find Kwame Nkurumah’s monument. The hall also has regalia which are the undergraduate gown, a drum and a flag.

Nkrumah Hall is located along Pool Road after the swimming pool opposite Faculty of Economics and Management (FEMA).

Capacity
Nkrumah Hall accommodates a total number of about 500 students.
Hall Culture
Nkrumah Hall is a pure Pan Africanist hall like the name suggests. The hall derives its values from those that Kwame Nkrumah fought for. Nkrumah Hall also uses ‘Osagyefo’ to mean Nkrumah. The hall is also in solidarity with Mulago View Hostel and Nkruview solidarity binds the two residences together.

Mary Stuart Hall
History of the hall

Hall Motto: “Train a woman a nation trained”
This was the first female hall that started in 1945 housed in a small house at the current Makerere Guest House. The hall was named after the wife of the Missionary Dr Stuart of Mengo Hospital known as Mary Stuart. The hall is the biggest female hall known as box due to its physical structure. It houses female students and they call themselves boxers.
Capacity
The hall has a total of 208 rooms, in the eight-storied tower block and two fully operational wings.
Hall culture
The hall has a monument of Gongomesi a symbol of a woman believed to be the wife of Gongom. It has solidarity with Lumumba Hall which houses male students. The solidarity is known as Lumbox.

Livingstone Hall
Popularly known as the hall for the gentlemen, the hall was opened at the beginning of the 1959/60 academic year.
Mr. Temple was the Hall’s first Warden and only 146 students occupied the hall at its first opening.

Hall Culture
Livingstone residents are referred to as “Gentlemen” and have a solidarity with the “Ladies” of Africa Hall called “Afrostone”. This solidarity was formed in 1976 and its activities became more pronounced in the 1980s.

Nsibirwa Hall
History of the hall

Hall Motto: “We either win or they lose”
This hall started in 1952, it was originally called Northcote Hall and was named after Geoffrey Northcote, who was the Chairman of the University Council in 1948 at the time of his death.

The hall had an anthem, culture of having generals, a drum (known as stereo) and a tractor (state car). Their history has been somewhat volatile and at one time 23 students from Northcote Hall were dismissed due to invasion of Livingstone and Africa where seven Kgs of red pepper were poured in their food.

Capacity
Current capacity of the hall is 475 residents, comprising government and private sponsored International Students on Inter University Exchange and other nationals.

Africa Hall

The New Women’s Hall as Africa Hall was called then, first opened its doors to 75 freshers on June 29, 1971. Today the hall is still an all exclusively ladies’ hall.

Culture
The hall has solidarity, known as Afrostone, with the gentlemen of Livingstone Hall and the residents are therefore called Ladies. They celebrate this solidarity with the Afrostone Night.

Mitchell Hall
Mitchell Hall traces its origins from the very first hostels that were built in the 1920s to house students of the initial technical school from which the present day University was founded. These hostels were merged in the 1930s to form one hall named Mitchell, after the then Governor of the Uganda Protectorate, Sir Philip Mitchell.

When a new structure for Mitchell Hall was constructed in the 1960s, the old structure was referred to as Old Mitchell.

It is the combination of Old Mitchell with the centre for continuing education (C.C.E) that formed what is now referred to as C.C.E Complex Hall (in full C.C.E and Old Mitchell Complex Hall). This explains the historic bond between students of Mitchell and Complex Halls, and a solidarity known as Mitchllex.

Capacity
The hall is made up of six blocks It has a residential capacity of 500 students.
Hall Culture
Mitchell Hall houses male students and they call themselves rats.

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Afrigo Band to feature Desire Luzinda

Show Biz - Wed, 02/22/2017 - 12:42

Legendary Ugandan music band, Afrigo Band will this Friday feature curvy singer Desire Luzinda at their monthly Guvnor shows. The Uganda’s oldest band with over 40 years of experience plays at the posh nightspot every last Friday of the month.

They also feature a local singer on their shows and this time, it will be ‘Lwakisa’ singer. Desire Luzinda has been in a fine music form in the last two years and featuring her is not a surprise. “This Friday 24th catch me in Guvnor live,” Desire Luzinda posted.

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