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Monday, December 31, 2012


babyShe’s been the sexpot and the It girl and most recently had the unflattering title of the Queen of Twitter Wars. But that’s all in the past, Nonhle Thema says.She admits she went through “dark woods” and lost the plot somewhat but she now has a new role to fulfil and it’s more important than anything she’s done so far.
Since the 31-year-old former TV presenter became a mom her daughter is all she wants to talk about.
Little Star Phoenix Ivy Zime Thema is a showstopper, Nonhle says proudly. “People always stare at her. She already has this grace about her.“I’m a very hands-on mom. I have a nanny and my mom with me but I’m the one with the baby all day. I know the exact time she wakes up at night and I get up to feed her every time. The only time I ask for help is when I’m on a call or sending e-mails. I didn’t have a baby for someone else to take care of. “For the first time in my life it’s not all about me,” she says. “It’s all about Star and actually it’s quite nice to have someone else call the shots around here!”

Sunday, December 16, 2012


Dar es Salaam. Our very own super businessman Said Salim Bakhresa  is the second wealthiest person in East Africa, with $520 million (Sh832 billion) to his name. Mr Bakhresa, whose business empire spans the East and Central African region, is at position 30 out of 40 in Africa.
The self-made billionaire, 63, has interests in grain milling, beverages, packaging, ferry services and petroleum trading. His Bakhresa Group manufactures the popular Azam brand of food products.
The annual ranking is compiled by the influential American publication, Forbes Magazine and was released yesterday.
“The sales volume of Bakhresa Group are $800 million (Sh1.3 billion) and, in fact, the group is also the largest producer of wheat flour in East and Central Africa with daily capacity of 3,200 metric tonnes,” the magazine reports.
In East Africa, the wealthiest entrepreneur is Ugandan businessman Sudhir Ruparelia with a net wealth of $900 million. He is the 18th richest person in Africa. The 56-year-old Kampala-based entrepreneur has interests in banking, real estate, hotel management and development.
The third richest person in the region is Kenyan Naushad Merali, whose wealth stands at $410 million.
Nigerians, South Africans and Egyptians dominated the top ten list of wealthiest people on the continent, with Aliko Dangote of Nigeria listed as the richest African at $12 billion.
Other rich people in the top ten include Nicky Oppenheimer & family, Johann Rupert &family, Christottel Wiese and Patrice Motsepe—all from South Africa. Others are Mohamed Mansour, Naguib Sawiris and Nassef Sawiris from Egypt, Mike Adenuga from Nigeria and Othman Benjelloun from Morrocco. Mr Bakhresa is said to have struck out on his own barely in his teens. Says the magazine: “Tanzania’s richest man, Said Salim Bakhresa, stopped school at age 14 to sell potato chips, then opened a small restaurant and then finally delved into grain milling. Today, his Bakhresa Group employs over 2,000 people and is Tanzania’s largest conglomerate.


large lifestyle broda..
 Call it Naijashowbiz..the twin brothers are living largeeeeeee..Well, for their Rwanda concert, they never flew first class, or business class but chose to charter a private jet from Naija to Rwanda. Chartering a private jet aint a boys affair...and their Rwanda concert was filled to capacity with over 50,000 people attending...It 49,000 more people than Senegalese Singer Akon's Nairobi concert...

Friday, December 14, 2012


Koffi with Clouds Media C.E.O Joseph Kusaga shortly after the arrival in Dar es salaam
quarter-latin dancers

Monday, December 10, 2012


Many had written him off but 'Can a Young luo make money more' ? Louis Otieno is back at KTN as Prime Time news anchor. And with his new show 'Newsline' the former Citizen TV anchor is out to prove that journalism is in his genes.Louis had been jobless after being shown the door at K24 TV where he was a news anchor. He made news after he was suspected to have had a hand in the murder of a kplc employee.


Call her the Boss Lady, ZARI TLALE acquired the Lamboghini...And she is alraedy flaunting it in SA.


Former Ugandan socialite turned pastor, Shanitah Namuyimba aka Bad Black has finally made bail after she managed to raise the Shs100 million set by court last month. The former socialite had sought the court’s permission to fly to Dubai for surgery after her breast implant developed serious complications that needed immediate medical attention. With the help of her new mentor, singer Halima Namakula, Bad Black managed to get the $50,000 bail money and was released on Thursday evening. Bad Black has been sentenced to Luzira prison to serve a four year sentence over allegedly embezzling about $140 million from Daveshan Development Company Ltd, a real estate company, where she was a co-director and owned by her English fiancé Mr David Greenhalgh. Her ex, Meddie Sentongo is also serving an 18 month sentence at Luzira.
The former Bad girl of Kampala has now turned to God and calls herself Good Black.


Jackie Appiah
Star Actress Jackie Appiah’s regular donations to the sick, poor and needy in society has touched many hearts. Recently, during hr bithday celebrations she visited to the Oncology Department of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra and shared gifts. The generous actress who has over the years celebrated her special day with the sick, poor and needy donated food items, drinks and toiletries to the children’s ward as a gesture to put smiles on the faces of the cancer-stricken children and their guardians.


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MANDLA Mandela, Nelson Mandela's grandson, has been accused of roughing up a woman. Mandela and an unidentified man allegedly left Amanda Liwani stranded at a Qunu petrol station after Mandela allegedly twisted her arm and the other man grabbed her legs and dragged her out of her bakkie. She claims they also took her keys and driver's licence, and then drove off in her vehicle.Mandela denies the claims . He says Liwani's bakkie bumped his car as she tried to overtake him."She didn't stop . so we followed her to the filling station. That we assaulted her is not true," says Mandela.Liwani says when she reported the incident at Bityi police station an officer said he had apologized to Mandela on her behalf and gave her back her keys and license. Yesterday, she returned to the police station to open the case. - The Times


Narc Party leader Charity Ngilu with her supporters during the launch of her presidential bid at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC), Nairobi on September 2, 2012. Photo/BILLY MUTAI
Narc party leader Charity Ngilu on Monday ditched the Coalition for Reform and Democracy (Cord) for Jubilee coalition saying the former declined her request to hold joint presidential nomination."I have moved out of the ODM because they refused to accept my request to have a joint nomination to choose the coalition's flag-bearer," she said. Cord comprises of ODM, Wiper, Ford Kenya and 11 other parties whereas the Jubilee alliance has TNA, URP and UDF parties.
Ngilu accused Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka of betrayal in the pre-election pact. Mrs Ngilu said she was back to the TNA/URP/UDF coalition which brings together two Deputy Prime Ministers Uhuru Kenyatta, Musalia Mudavadi and Eldoret North MP William Ruto.
Ngilu, who is also the Water minister said that she will seek presidential nomination in the Jubilee alliance.
While addressing supporters at Wote town in Makueni County, Ngilu said she was surprised that VP Musyoka has settled for the position of running mate in Cord.
"I will take on Uhuru and Mudavadi for the joint presidential nomination and not the running mate slot as what Kalonzo has opted for," she said.Ngilu also said Kenyans should brace themselves for tough polls on March 4, 2013."This is going to be one of the toughest elections since independence. It is going to be a battle that will separate the boys from men and girls from the women. It is not going to be child's play," she said.She also blamed the top leadership for heaping responsibilities of the 2008 post election violence on Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto."It is common knowledge that Uhuru and Ruto were acting for President Kibaki and the PM in matters they are accused of," she said."Why take the four when the real masterminds are free?" she asked. What was the reason for taking the four suspects to The Hague when the real culprits are free?" asked Ngilu.

Friday, December 7, 2012


isabel_dos_santos_not Africa’s richest woman Isabel dos Santos  has bought a further 5 per cent of Portugal’s leading pay-TV and Internet provider Zon Multimedia from Spain’s Telefonica. The acquisition makes Dos Santos,  the entrepreneurial daughter of Angolan President,  the largest shareholder of Zon Multimedia; with her total share rising to 15 per cent. The move  was her second foray into the Portuguese market after she secured 9 per cent share in Portugal’s third-largest listed bank Banco BPI. According to  Bloomberg, Zon shares were up 2.9 per cent to 2.649 euros ($3.427 ) in early trade on Wednesday after the announcement of the deal that came late on Tuesday, sailing against the wind while Lisbon’s stock index was 0.5 per cent lower. Sources close to the deal said dos Santos paid Telefonica 2.5 euros per share in a transaction worth a total of 38 million euros ($49.2 million). Dos Santos, an avid investor and daughter of Jose Eduardo dos Santos,  Angola’s long-serving President, has been actively investing in Portugal. According to Nuno Milheiro, a trader at Dif Broker, “it is a strong investor at a tough time for Portugal in which any money coming in counts”.
Analysts believe cash from oil-rich Angola, a former colony of Portugal, could be pertinent in helping companies in the European country endure the shocks of recent deep recession as it implements tough austerity measures under a 78 billion euro  ($100.9 billion) EU/IMF bailout package. They also hinted at more mergers and acquisitions for Zon. Analysts lauded news of the acquisition, confirming the viability of the investor. Market experts have long argued that four telecom operators in a £mature market and recession-hit economy like Portugal” are a luxury. Zon and telecoms group Sonaecom are seen as the most likely candidates to form a joint outfit, thanks to the sizeable synergy savings and the advantages of jointly competing against former monopoly Portugal Telecom. Isabel dos Santos  is said to be worth at least $170 million  and is the richest woman in Angola. She is also said to have relevant interests in telecommunications, media, retail, finance and the energy industry, both in Angola and Portugal.

Friday, November 30, 2012


Big Brother Stargame (BBA) showstopper CMB Prezzo, the self-styled King of Bling Bling, is back from Nigeria where he spent a month with his BBA love Goldie. “The relationship is very serious. It is no longer a fluke as people thought. The two are an item and its is all going to a new level,” one of Prezzo’s right hand man told Pulse when asked if Prezzo was in Nigeria to pay dowry. “The two first went to New York for a leisure outing before returning to Kenya then flying to Nigeria a month ago.”


Finally people from Western Kenya have something to smile about after a television station fully dedicated to them has been set up. WTV, as it’s known, is the first television station in Western province.WTV is a TV station specially made for Western Kenya for now and aims at getting the public informed about western and be entertained by western Kenya talents. Currently, WTV is only playing music as it prepares to launch soon under the digital platform. The TV station has appointed former West FM General Manager Daniel Kwanutsu as the new TV chief; a move that is expected to spark rivalry considering West FM is also trying to also put up a TV station. Kwanutsu, who was very instrumental with set up West FM, said this will be a great opportunity for the real story of western Kenya to be told across Kenya and the world. He added that he is working on plans to live stream WTV on the internet and settin g up a new unique FM station. WTV is already live in Bungoma, Webuye, Kakamega, Mumias, Malaba, Busia and its environs on Channel 114 on StarTimes decoders.


The war of affection between local musician Jackie Chandiru and Alaka’s wife Linda Namuli can only provide new chapters.After a lull for some months, the two women battling for Kampala City lawyer Caleb Alaka’s affections were at it again.Showbizxlusivs have learnt that just last week, the ‘Gold Digger’ star opened up a case of phone theft at Kira Road Police station. Sources privy to the latest developments say that Jackie pinpointed Linda for being behind the theft of her phone which she said had lots of private information and personal pictures. According to an eye witness, after being summoned, Linda Namuli reported at Kira Road Police station last Wednesday afternoon for questioning that lasted close to 30 minutes. She denied any wrongdoing but said she would not let this affront go unchallenged.


It’s over! Iryn gets new manUgandan songstress Iryn Namubiru has declared she has set her sights on a new mystery man. “I am a young woman; I cannot last five years without getting a man and yet am not a nun!” she said. Namubiru said the time she has spent separated from her estranged hubby, Frenchman Franck Morel, she has been exploring her options and has her sights firmly on a mystery man she claims she is still studying. The revelation might come as a devastating blow to Morel who Iryn claimed secured a juicy job in Uganda at the French Embassy as the cultural attaché so he could terrorize her.Iryn told Bukedde newspaper that she had not wanted to break up with the father of her children but could not contain it anymore. She said Morel was no longer the once loving and pampering man
she had met seven years ago.
She said Morel was too possessive and would always suspect her of sleeping with different men that she happened to be photographed with. Former VP Gilbert Bukenya featured prominently in this category.
She said as a music celebrity she expected Morel to understand that she loved her fans and that her trade demanded her to work late into the night. This, she said, did not amuse Morel who started accusing her of cheating. This is the climax of the breakup of their marriage that started slipping into irreconcilable proportions back in France where the sexy Iryn is a citizen. The couple has two sons over whom a custody battle is raging in courts of law back home.Last month a story broke online that a woman and her hubbby had fought at a train station in Lyon in front of their children before shocked onlookers called the Police.
That woman turned out to be our very own Iryn. Her hubby had waited for her a train station as she arrived from Holland where she had gone to visit her sister together with her boys. Morel grabbed her by the nape of the neck, roughed her up and shoved her as shocked onlookers gathered to witness the drama.

The couple was later whisked to Police at Garedu Nord where Morel was detained for questioning. Following the incident Iryn broke her silence on the abuse she had been going through in her marriage at the hands of Morel. She claimed he had severally threatened to kill her and that if he came to Uganda as a diplomathe he would be immune from prosecution.


My car can detect a drunk driver - Ragga Dee
Daniel Kazibwe aka Ragga Dee, a local artiste and businessman in Kampala Uganda has acquired a 2011 model Lincoln Navigator. Well, this is just amongst the other fuel guzzlers he owns. and the price,he says $85,000.Good 2 go man...


American RnB sensation Chris Brown’s concert in Kampala which was slated for December 21, and later postponed to ‘early next year’ might never happen after all, after organizers baulked at paying $90,000 commitment fee out of the $450,000 ,he demanded to perform here.
They also had to cater for first class travel for all of Chris Brown’s 62 member crew. With the International artistes slated to perform in South Africa on December 19, and December 20, 2012 as part of his Carpe Diem tour, it was easy for him to slot in the Kampala show for the following day. Even with his astronomical demands, local organisers believed it was possible and hit the ground running. They only gave up when their e fforts to raise the sum were thwarted by two giant telecoms and a tycoon who had no clue about Chris Brown.

Saturday, November 17, 2012


Bongo Movie actress popularly known as Ant Ezekiel who wed secretly in Dubai is still enjoying her honeymoon. Well,she tied the know with a nonentity in showbiz only known as Demonte.


Princess Komuntale marries long-time boyfriendPrincess Ruth Komuntale of Toro Kingdom has wedded her long-time boyfriend in a modest ceremony at St John’s Cathedral in Fort Portal. King Oyo himself handed over his sister to his new in-law Christopher Thomas and later to the church. At midday today, the couple made their vows to be one till death. The vows were administered by the outgoing archbishop of the Church of Uganda Rt. Rev. Luke Orombi. A royal wedding has not taken place in the Kingdom for a very long time.
More than 1,200 guests gathered to witness the wedding of the princess and her boyfriend, Christopher Thomas. The couple met two years ago
in American. The ceremony has been attended by the King of Bunyoro Kingdom, Solomon Gafabusa Iguru, the queen of Buganda, Sylvia Nagginda and top government dignitaries led by the speaker of parliament, Rebecca Kadaga and Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi.
The Royal Wedding LIVE
Vision Group's Editor in Chief Barbra Kaija is at the wedding, and here below are her LIVE comments as the ceremony progressed:
 ** In his characteristic evangelical voice, Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Luke Orombi preached a moving sermon about the scantity of marriage and its role as a foundation for a strong church and for strong nations.
He called for strong families and decried the disintegration of the family unit and the fact that families no longer sit to eat together or talk. He asked Christopher as the head of the family to sit and eat with the family  to pray for them and with them.  
“The Princess seated next to you is God's greatest gift to you. Your wife is a very special person, a gift from God. She is priceless. God has given you somebody to compliment and fulfil you.  A wife is favour from God. Christopher in Princess Ruth you have received favour. She is your mirror who never lies. Christopher you will be more complete now. Women have intuition. When she says something is wrong please stop and listen. She will help you stand. You are also there to make her stand you will lift her and encourage her.  
You have somebody to talk to and can listen to you and you will fulfil each other.“
Archbishop Orombi asks that husbands Love their wives as Christ loved the church. He called for husbands to sacrifice for their families. He advised the youth to wait for God to give them the right helpers for them.
** Princess Komuntale and Christopher have just taken their vows, both in confident, audible flawless American accents. As Archibishop Orombi declared them husband and wife, the congregation broke out into loud praises with the old Christian revival anthem 'Tukutndereza Omwana gwendiga.
** In Kabarole, at the foot of the beautiful Mountain Rwenzori it is bound to rain and this morning the clouds have opened in blessing to the beautiful Nsemera Komuntale.
** It was quite emotional as she walked hand in hand with Omukama Kabamba Iguru, the king of Toro, also her younger brother who also culturally represents their late father. Dressed in her flowing snow-white gown she looked truly  regal. They walked in to the old church tune To God be the glory.
** In attendance are:  Vice President Sekandi, Pm Amama Mbabazi, Speaker of Parliament Hon. Rebbeca Kadaga. Members of Parliament from Kabarole and neighbouring districts.  Ministers Maria Kiwanuka of Finance, Adolf Mwesige local government. Ronald Kibule minister for Youth, Minister of State for Agric Nyira, Kirunda Kivejinja, Elly Tumwine, Major James Mugira, Nabagereka of Buganda, Delegations from the kingdoms of Bunyoro, Ankole, Busoga, Alur Kenya, Congo, Swaziland, Ghana . We also have the European Union Ambassador, Italian Ambassador to Uganda, Rwanda Ambassador to Uganda.
** **Matron: Princess Tracy Guma
Assistant matron: Princess Catherine Kajaguzi
Best man Williams Thomas
Flower Girls: Princess Zara Mukasa; Princess Davina Kanyaihe; Princess Nkwanzi Ruganda; Princess Kisha Kawamara; Princess Joylyne Katekaine; Princess Sherry Musiime
Braids maids
Princess Shiba Matovu
Princess Lydia Kankya
Princess Shilla Kawamara
Princess Hilda katuuta
Princess Peninah Baguma
Grooms Men
Prince elly Mugamba
Prince Nathan Kazoora
Prince Justin Mainuka
Prince Tumuhairwe Mwebesa
Prince David Mujungu
Prince Mutumba Irunga
** Now at St. John Cathedral, Kabarole. People from all over Toro and Uganda began streaming in as early as 7.30pm for the Royal wedding. The 500 capacity St. John's cathedral is full to the brim. The royal entourages from all the Ugandan kingdoms, Mps, ministers,  are all seated. The procession of clergy led by Archbishop is now coming in to the soft tunes of How sweet the name of Jesus sounds.
Source: New Vision

Monday, October 15, 2012


It's official Kenya's King of Bling Jackson Makini aka Prezzo is official dating Naija's Big Brother All stargame contestant  Goldie. The wto whose affair began while in the house are taking it to another high level. And the couple are currently in vacation in New York City. As part of his new status as ONE Campaign Ambassador, Prezzo was invited to the states late last month to attend the grand opening of the $1 billion Barclays Center where Jay-Z performed eight shows. Goldie later joined him there. They are even rocking the same hoodie with same inscription.


TV’s Christine Bleakley jumped at the chance to go to Uganda with Sport Relief to try to help thousands of children at risk of dying from something that to most of us seems a minor illness. Here the 33-year-old presenter – who with her fiancé, Chelsea star Frank Lampard, supports several charities – tells The Sun about her African mission.

WHEN Sport Relief told me I’d see work they fund to combat something which globally kills more children than Aids, malaria and measles combined, I was baffled.
Was there a new epidemic I’d not heard of, a new disease that was leaving great swathes of tragedy in its wake?  No. This child killer was something we’re all well aware of, something we’ve even suffered from on occasion — diarrhoea.
It’s hard to believe that something so common, something which is seen as an irritation, even as a bit of a joke here at home, is responsible for the deaths of almost 2,000 children every single day.
But it’s true and I was heading to Uganda, a country where 28 per cent of people don’t have access to safe drinking water and 66 per cent don’t have access to proper sanitation, to see the simple measures that are all it takes to stop this appallingly preventable loss of life.  I really wanted to help. Anyone who has earned any sort of money should be giving stuff back — which is what does happen, we just don’t brag about it.
Frank’s former team-mate Didier Drogba is a great example. He has his own foundation which provides financial and material support in health and education to the African people.
A lot of what he does goes straight back into the foundation as well. It’s a way of giving something back because you can kick a ball in the right direction. I come from a very humble background so I see things in a very ordinary, normal light. I packed some of Frank’s football kits for my trip. Football is huge over there. It was just shorts and tops but the simplest things make a huge difference.
I travelled to Kasasa Primary and Junior School on the hilly outskirts of the capital Kampala, which had recently benefited from the UK Government’s pledge to celebrate the success of the last Sport Relief by matching some of the money that was raised.
Arranged round a dusty square were ten classrooms which housed more than 400 pupils. Immaculately turned out in their blue uniforms, the whole school — aged from three to 13 — lined up for morning assembly. Until very recently this school and every child in it had to make do with water from a contaminated source, a tiny and dilapidated toilet block and next to no hand-washing facilities. All this resulted in very poorly children who regularly missed out on their education and were often hospitalised as they infected and re-infected themselves with diarrhoea.
The headmistress told me that in her nine years at the school diarrhoea had been ever present among the pupils and that even when they were well enough to attend, many found it almost impossible to concentrate properly as their stomachs continually cramped. And of course, as well as the physical element, the humiliation that these children suffered as they lost control was heartbreaking. One sweet little boy, 12-year-old Moses, told me how he had an accident in class.

He said: “I am always running and playing so I get very thirsty in the heat. One day when I was mad with thirst, even though I knew it was dirty, I drank water from a pipe. By that night I was very ill. I had bad diarrhoea and was taken to hospital.
“A few days later I was desperate to get back to school so I didn’t fall too far behind in my studies. But on my first day back I had an accident in my shorts in class.
“I learned a harsh lesson — that no matter how thirsty you are, never drink contaminated water. But it is so hard when it is hot not to drink the liquid that is available.”
His matter-of-fact-ness in telling me about his accident masked a sense of acute embarrassment and shame that any 12-year-old would feel going through that in front of his friends. And the fact that he knew he was infecting himself made it all the more tragic — but how can you tell a boy of 12 not to drink water when he is thirsty?  Sport Relief and UK aid-match money has been used to enable the charity WaterAid to transform the sanitation at this school and scores more like it across Uganda.
First, the filthy old toilet block has been replaced with a brand new one which, crucially, has enough facilities to accommodate everyone and can be kept clean and in good working order — a vital step in delivering good sanitation.
The school has also been given a tank to collect rain water from the corrugated iron roofs on the classrooms, meaning they no longer have to use contaminated water.
The 15,000-litre concrete container can keep them all well supplied and as I looked at the giant structure, it began to rain, right on cue!  In Britain a wet day at school is a miserable thing — wet bag, wet uniform, wet hair and no playtime — but in Uganda, especially now they can safely and cleanly collect a sizeable amount of the water, a wet day is celebrated and seen as a blessing.
And of course it is, because these new facilities have already started to cut down the number of diarrhoea cases and will deliver long-term, sustainable change that will really transform lives.
Better health will result in increased attendance in schools, which leads to economic benefits enabling people to improve their future for good — all thanks to the support of the UK Government and the money you gave to Sport Relief.  In this case every cloud really does have a silver lining.
Thanks to the generosity of the public and support from UK aid match, money is already changing the lives of people in Africa.
Source the Sun..

Friday, October 12, 2012


Rick Ross on stage at Leaders Club

The crowd

Diamond and singer Baby Madaha

Bearded Ross doing his thing..

Ommy Dimpoz, Diamond and Ngwair backstage

Kinje, Abby Plaatges and husband Samantar

Big boss Joseph Kusagga and Clouds fm Presenter

Samantar and Kinje


Rappers AY and Mwana FA

BBA Jullian



Diva and popular MC Jokate Mwegelo has  joined enterpreneurs. The model and ex-love to Bongo singer Diamond launched her company two days ago in Dar es salaam's Serena Hotel. Her company' Kidoti loving' will deal with hair and clothings.


Bongo flava singer and former Miss Tanzania Jacklin Ntuyabaliwe has delivered twins;both boys.Popularly known as K-Lyinn ,the diva gave birth in a hospital in Paris. The delivery was safe and she is said to be in good health. The father of her kids still remains a mystery.


Diamond and Wema Cutting the cake together

Loverbirds admiring each other

The cake Wema Sepetu brought..look at the words

You can see...this is love..
They say love never dies. True the words,Bongo flava crooner Diamond and former Miss Tanzania Wema Sepetu who had separated and dissed each other are back together as an item.The two appeared to have reconciled and are again in each other's arms. Diamond had apparently dumped Wema Sepetu for former Miss Redds 2006 Jokate Mwegelo. But looks like theirs was short lived. The two even appeared together during the Diamonds' are forever concert at Mlimani city. Now the love affair that hit tabloid headlines is back..more drama unfolding soon...

Monday, October 1, 2012


The former Miss Tanzania cum actress Wema Sepetu moved into her own house. She claims its worth Tshs.400,000,000 or about $300,000. Does it look like one that costs this fortune?