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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Fashion Police In Rosebank

DSTV invited a few of SA’s celebrities and socialites to celebrate the extension of the E!’s Fashion Police to 1 hour. The Fashion Police Lunch session was held at The Zone in Rosebank, one of Johannesburg fashion districts.The new full hour “Fashion Police” began in March and includes the old and new features including: “Street Style,” where the panel examine celebrity looks in their everyday environment, like when they are grabbing coffee or hailing a cab; and “Guess Me By My Style,” a game where Joan and the panel try to guess who the celebrity is as things about their personal style are revealed.   Joan is also taken out of the studio for even more fashion comedy as she visits designers in their showrooms, hangs out backstage at fashion shows and pops up wherever there is a celebrity in need of fashion advice.


Guitar star Maurice Kirya of the 'Nanaagira' fame is all smiles after getting information that he will be performing on the same stage that American rapper J. Cole performed three weeks back in South Africa.
Maurice who is about to launch his latest album 'The Book of Kirya' confirmed this in a related posting to his followers; ''I've been told to break a leg at the Big Brother Africa, but I like my legs, I need them both.''
Tanzania's Diamond almost broke a leg as he performed during the last eviction show that saw Zambia's Mampi evicted from the Big Brother Africa house. Meanwhile, Uganda's housemates in the house still have some two weeks in the house after surviving the random nomination machine.



Nancie Mwai..she is arguably Kenya's trendiest lady..she knows actually flows in her DNA...see


Former Miss Tanzania Wema Sepetu is doing a film about her life,sorry love life. The former model cum actress whom we can authoritatively call the 'Queen of heartbreaks' has scripted a 'Real life 90minutes movie about her love-dump relationships with Tanzanian celebrities. Wema who has dated a model, Bongo flava musician T.I.D, Actor Steve Kanumba, A Twanga Pepeta back-singer, Diamond Platinum is already filming what she hopes will give her fans a true picture of the relationship.


They're little known in Kenya but command a huge following in Europe. Boys Choir have been rocking the international scene attracting the best acts to do music with them. The former Universal Records acts have done been featured in yet another single with Canadian singer Nelly Furtado. The groups communications director Dayo Yusuf declined to give details about the song saying it was confidential. 'They've done a song that would be released sometime this year. The song was recorded at Nelly Furtado's record label in Canada,'was all he said. Boy's Choir were featured in Nelly Furtado's previous album in a song titled ' Powerless'.Their Spirit of Afrika' album is still doing well in the international market and is yet to reach Africa.


Zari Hassan. Uganda's billionaire singer and business lady


In his quest to be the best Kenyan act, Jaguar of the popular 'Kigeugeu' hit has hired a security detail and a Publicist. The singer becomes the first Kenyan and East African musician to have a security detail and chase cars. Sources say that the singer is doing a total overhaul on his management. Jaguar is amongst the wealthiest musicians in the region and is also a businessman with several companies under his name.

Friday, May 25, 2012


WITH American singer, song writer and producer – Sisqo, real names Mark Arthaveans Andrew’s, highly anticipated concert just around the corner, KCCA’s Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi has cracked the whip on concerts. If news filtering in is anything to go by, the future of Kampala’s night outdoor entertainment is silent disco! The no-nonsense Musisi is determined to put music concerts into perspective. She has outlawed ‘loud’ concerts and has decreed artistes don’t perform beyond 10:00pm (a time when most concert-goers are still ocking in and enjoying curtain raising acts).
In a strong-worded letter that will surely cause anguish to Kampala’s party animals, she has moved to ban concerts at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds, Kati Kati Bar and Restaurant, Hotel Africana People’s space until owners get clearance from KCCA.
In the communiqué obtained, aforementioned places, which recently played hostto the music battle between Bobi Wine and Bebe Cool, Coco Finger’s launch and the Goodlyfe’s Tonjagala launch respectively, are faulted for persistent noise pollution, especially on weekends when they host large and noisy gatherings. 
Please take note that you have been holding these outdoor events without a permit from KCCA as required by the Law and Order Ordinance (2006) and the National Environment (Noise Standards and Control Regulations, 2003). 
This is to, therefore, direct you to stop forthwith any outdoor events at your facility until you obtain a permit from both KCCA and NEMA for each particular event you intend to hold.” the letter, signed by KCCA’s Director Legal Affairs Mike Okua indicates. 
Musisi’s flowers spark fury
An insider at KCCA tells e Kampala Sun that the ultimatum from Jennifer Musisi stems from an incident during the just concluded Battle of the Champions between Bebe Cool and Bobi Wine.
The source tells that Musisi was driven to boiling point when show goers at Kyadondo, in total disregard for her efforts to beautify that part of town, destroyed her flowers as they stampeded to the venue. 
This was also soured by the concert ending at 4:00am with Police having to step on stage to stop Bebe Cool from further performance.The source says Musisi intends to make it hard for those with facilities for outdoor events to obtain permits. 
 Even then, the source says, these permits will come with stringent guidelines, among which is for the concerts to end by 10:00pm. Peter Kaujju, the KCCA spokesperson confirms the new developments. In a phone interview, he admitted the new guidelines, owners of the outdoor event facilities, will have to apply for a permit from both KCCA and NEMA for each particular event they intend to hold.  He was, however, coy on the cost of these permits but added; “Failure to comply with the instructions will compel KCCA to impound one’s entertainment machines and or close the premises and cause arrest and persecution for violation of the National Environment (Noise Standards and Control Regulations, 2003 and the Law and Order Ordinance (2006).” Kaujju admitted that extreme discomfort from concerts isn’t only affecting the Kololo and Naguru areas but will soon expand to cover all the other entertainment facilities in the city famed for hosting loud concerts. 
Previous bans failed
In 2008 bar owners and born-again churches were thrown in similar panic as over 11 were closed after being found to be main culprits responsible for high levels of noise pollution. The managers of these places had their machines impounded and were charged in court. Most of them pleaded guilty to the charge and were fined $100.  The bars that were penalised then included Golden Keys in Kiwatule, Soberz in Ntinda, Steak Out, Biggs, Blue Haze and Cheerz, all on Lumumba Avenue; as well as Punchline, Little Mama, Café Cherries and Tasha’s Pub, in Kabalagala. Also among them were Blue Corner and Ground Zero, both in Wandegeya. A NEMA official says on average, 10 complaints about noise pollution are received every week. 

The National Environment Noise Standards and Control Regulations (2003) specifies the maximum permissible levels, as measured on the sound meter, are 40, 60 and 75 decibels for residential, commercial and industrial areas respectively. However, according to the source, some concerts produce up to 150 decibels, which are similar to a plane taking on the runway. The managers at the affected outdoor entertainment facilities declined to comment although a famous music promoter, on condition of anonymity, branded her a joker. “Let her start with the churches before wasting time on us. Many have tried and failed. Interfering with our business is the biggest joke I’ve heard from Musisi,” he angrily responded.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012


Kenya's CAMP MULLA, NAIJA'S Wizkid and Ice Prince have been nominated in the 'Best International Act: Africa’ category at the 2012 BET AwardsOther nominees in the category are: Lira (South Africa), Mokobe (Mali) and Sarkodie (Ghana). Camp Mulla have been rising and rising and have put Kenyan music on the global scene.


So finally Madam Rita Paulsen, the ever flashy Tanzanian enterpreneur has relaunched this year's Bongo star search. But this year its reloaded and its called Epic Bongo star search. Its the only reality show whose winners get nowhere in music. Three years down the line we are yet to see a worthy product shine or rather outshine others in the music industry. Maybe it's the judges that miss out or maybe the show is not getting the real talent. Lets give it this year and see. Zantel are sponsoring this year's reality show and Madam Rita says it will be explosive. Lets wait and see.



Tanzanian supermodel Flaviana Matata could not hold tears as she remember the water tragedy that cost her mothers life. The supermodel shed uncontrollably as she donated safety jacket through her Flaviana Matata Foundation. The MV Bukoba ferry tragedy  took place 16 years ago killing all the people who had boarded it.

Saturday, May 19, 2012


Ike with Genevieve
It was a conglomeration of the top socialites during the traditional wedding of Ikechukwu Anoke aka Ike to model Borna Nyaoke. The wedding was held in Mombasa and the MTech Group CEO and event’s organiser proved that he still had some ‘oga’ culture in him. Apparently, Ike spent over Ksh.5 million (N10m)for the traditional wedding. All guests to the wedding donned flowing white Nigerian agbada. Champagne was the order of the day. In attendance were individuals such as Nigerian promoter Opa Williams, Easy FM presenter Angela Angwenyi , comedian Eric Omondi amongst others. Ike has been dating his love Borna Nyaoke who is now a doctor at Kenyatta Hospital for a while now. The couple claim that they will do a white wedding in Nigeria come 2013.


It's been confirmed and reported that Lulu Michael,the 17 year old girl who was with the late Tanzania's actor is now three months pregnant. According to Tanzanian tabloids,Lulu is reportedly carrying the late actor's baby. She has not spoken about her pregnancy and who the father is yet. The actress is still in police custody as they continue to unravel the mystery behind the death of Kanumba Steve.


clipI have lost six wives to AIDS! But how come whenever I test, I am HIV negative? Does it mean I am immune to the virus?”This question stunned a crowd that had gathered in Kalangala town for a voluntary counseling and testing crusade on Tuesday.It was organised by Walter Clinic and Strides for Family Health, a USAID-funded healthcare initiative.When the over 400 people were given an opportunity to ask questions, Vincent Kyambadde volunteered his story.He said he was 52 and that every woman he married had died after suffering a painful illness that failed to respond to any treatment, until he decided to go for an HIV test.
He had since had about 150 tests, all of which proved he was negative.Adjacent to him, sat Immaculate Nabayengo, his wife, in a gomesi and breastfeeding their oneyear- old daughter. Kyambadde, a resident of Bugala village in Kalangala town council, later detailed to.
Read the rest of the story here.


clipUGANDA's SILK Events proprietor, Elvis Sekyanzi, got the shock of his life when he was bounced by Kayihura’s boys last Friday at Kyadondo Rugby Club during the Battle of the Champions’ concert. The tycoon, whose events company managed the concert, was checking the sound system and going around ensuring everything ran smoothly. But the Policemen blocked him from entering through one of the private access points and ordered him to use the main access area. He tried to explain that he was running the show and even showed them his identity card, but the mean-looking Policemen didn’t care, so he ended up taking the longer route.


Soon, you'll have to refer to him as President of Island Def Jam Africa. Rumors milling around Naija's most successful music export D'banj say that he is on his way to become the record head in the continent. Island Def Jam music recording label will set up office in Africa and the kokomaster has been touted as the one to head it.


Top Nollywood actress and producer- Uche Jombo has discarded the toga of a spinster and had a quiet nuptial in faraway Puerto Rico today. The star actress whose relationship has been very private was married to one American man only known as Rodriguez. It has been a fantastic couple of years so far for the Mathematics and Statistics graduate of the University of Calabar, who also has a degree in Computer Programming from the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State. Two of the last films she has produced have garnered major appeal and stamped her as a Nollywood Power-house.


Naija Malaria ambassador or Morten Doom brand ambassador if you like,Omawumi is not only sleeping in mosquito nets but has also upped her game and acquired a state of the art fuel guzzler. Omawumi bought a brand new Gold Mercedes Benz 450GL, said to be worth over N10million or Kshs. 5million ($80,000). Big girls spend big,live big  and drive big cars. Looks like her pockets just got deeper.

Friday, May 18, 2012


Word reaching us from Kiwatule is that popular Ugandan reggae singer Bebe Cool is set to face legal action for failing to clear rent arrears amounting to over $2,000. Our sources have learnt the Ndisa Buti singer owes $2,000 in rent and $200 in water bills to his former landlord, known us Constance. It is said that Bebe Cool shifted from her house in Kazinga-Kiwatule zone without clearing the woman. Now fresh info is that after several failed attempts by Constance to reach out to the dread locked singer, she is considering taking legal action against Bebe Cool. Close pals to the land lady tell us that Constance has been trying to contact Bebe Cool for over five months since he left the house in vain. “Constance even reached an extent of reporting the matter to Bebe Cool’s dad Bidandi Sali but it was not fruitful” says a source.
We have learnt that she even tried Kiwatule police post but the case was not followed when Bebe Cool refused to appear. Constance is now seeking counsel from a yet to be identified city lawyer to help her squeeze the boastful singer’s balls and recover her dime. Bebe Cool is believed to have earned in the region of Shs40m during his duel with Bobi Wine a fortnight ago.


Klear Kut’s award winning rapper Navio real name Daniel Kigozi Lubwama has dumped his baby mama Sophie Mishka Rusoke, we can reveal. Just a month ago,sexy Rusoke, mother of Navio’s boy had moved in with the gigantic rapper, but we have learnt that the two are nolonger a couple. sources close to them revealed to us that that the two got a misunderstanding and did not reconcile that Navio had to throw in the towel. “Rusoke left Navio’s Lubowa based home a few weeks back and is now nursing a broken heart,” says the source. However, Navio remained mum about why he had to let go the mother of his baby boy, Sophie. We are yet to establish who is in custody of the boy. And by the look of things, Navio seems to have moved on as he has late been spotted with different Kampala city babes.


The findings of Police investigations into the muder of a photographer are yet to be revealed. Renowned model Diana Nekoye Sifuna was investigated over the death of her boyfriend Charlie Grieves-Cook, who died after jumping off from the woman’s third floor apartment. Nekoye, a former MNET Face of Africa contestant recorded a statement with CID officers two months ago who went with her to the house on Lang’ata Road, where she recounted to them what happened that Saturday night, when Grieves-Cook died.
Lang’ata divisional Police chief David Bunei confirmed that Nekoye had been questioned and was cooperating with officers investigating Grieves-Cook’s death.The deceased was a Commercial Advertising Photographer at EyeQueue Productions based in Nairobi. In her statement to the police, Nekoye said she rushed to the balcony when the thugs were gone and found Grieves-Cook holding onto a metal bar, his legs hanging in the air and she wasn’t able to pull him up. She went back to the house to try and get something that could help her pull him up back up but when she returned to the balcony, he wasn’t there. That is when she saw his body lying on the concrete where he had fallen, most likely after running out of energy.
Grieves-Cook, a renowned commercial photographer and a tour company director died on Saturday night when he fell off the third floor balcony of Nekoye’s house while fleeing gangsters who had attacked them in the house, according to police and guards at the apartment.
Police need to unravel the mystery behind this death and the culprits be brought to book.


Teddy Kalonga, the high flying Tanzanian model based in the US has pierced her nose. Well, its interesting as her image has slightliy changed..for good. TK as she's popularly known is a mother of one and has been doing well in the modelling industry.


The Nigerian movie industry has taken yet another huge step of progress with the movie, TOBI; a Nigerian movie shot in the United States of America. This is not just one of those movies where the producer or director sneaks a camera into the streets and shabbily shoots a single scene and merges this into a Nigerian picture. Rather, with an American lead cast (Mark Williams) and a cross section of other foreign and Nigerian actors (including Chet Anekwe of Monique’s ‘Phat Girls,’ Chisom Oz-Lee and others), Nigeria’s U.S-based producer, Emmanuel Ijeh delivers a movie that takes a giant leap into the halls of Hollywood yet retaining its Nigerian essence. The movie premieres today (18/05/2012) in Nigerian cinemas on at Ozone Cinema in Lagos, Nigeria.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012


WITH birthday party Singer Jose Chameleone was pleasantly surprised when he turned up for a usual hanging out thing at Silk Lounge in Kampala a week ago, only to walk in on his own birthday party, with many of his friends and family present.  The party, which took place on April 30, was organised by his wife Daniela behind the musician’s back. In attendance were some known names: fashion guru Sylvia Owori, Singers Navio, Coco Finger, Meddie Ssentongo, Cedric Babu, Elvis Sekyanzi, John Segawa, lawyer Caleb Alaka and his lover, Jackie Chandiru, name them. Chameleone, who succumbed to the prank, just decided to enjoy the night, treating his guests to a request show of sorts, where many asked for their favourite songs by the singer as he did their accapela versions. The birthday cake was, however, too small for the big crowd in attendance. Then came the time to ask for his age and he didn’t want to walk that road, but a close relative intimated that the Valu Valu singer had turned 35.


The Nollywood star actress celebrated her 33rd birthday last weekend. And Nollywood A-listers from both the music,media and movie industry were their to celebrate with the diva. Happy birthday cutie...


There are many comedians but only one has proved that his are downloaded from above so we think. Naija's laughter king Ali Baba proved that he's a gifted comedian by doing a six-hour marathon comedy show without repeating even one joke. That was on Saturday May 12th, during the deluxe edition of Bunmi Davies' Stand Up Nigeria comedy show which was held at the Muson centre Onikan, the original King of comedy, Alibaba, sat in front of an audience and cracked jokes for 6 straight hours. There were no other side attractions, just him on stage...and people who were at the event said he didn't repeat any Joke. Six straight hours? This is a feat no other comedian in Nigeria has been able to accomplish.
Ali Baba’s bigg break came in 1999 when Chief Olabode George called to invite him for a small birthday party being organized for President Olusegun Obasanjo. Ali Baba made a good impression on the then President Obasanjo, which paved way for him in the corridors of power. His closeness to Mr. President has brought to Ali such names as the president’s personal jester or Aso Rock’s favourite comedian. Ali Baba can be credited for being the major force behind taking comedy from being a side kick to a serious business with popular comedians attaining celebrity status and commanding high appearance fees in events and shows.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012


NAVIO'S light is shining beyond Africa. The latest we have on the hip hop artiste, who has established himself as a leading local hip hop star for a number of years now, is that he recently won himself a major music award in Malaysia to add to his trophy cabinet.  Navio, who has just come back from the Malaysian Capital Kuala Lumpur, recently won Best East African Act at the African Entertainment Awards, a prestigious Asian event to celebrate goals achieved by Africans in the entertainment industry in categories like music, art, sports, film, media, events and other various social recognitions. At the event, where the late Lucky Dube also won himself a Lifetime Achievement Award, Navio performed along with Awilo Longomba from DRC and Nkulee Dube, daughter of Lucky Dube.   This was Navio’s second trip to Asia, where, he, last year, had sold-out performances in Malaysia and Thailand. Deck all that with his numerous local and international awards you will know this dude is going places.

Ugandan princess with fiancee
On Saturday, July 14, 2012; Toro Kingdom’s Princess Ruth Nsemere Komuntale will wear a barkcloth wrapping and be invited to sit on her paternal Uncle Charles Kayondo Kamurasi’s lap. As the head of the Toro Babiito Royal clan — to which Komuntale belongs — Kamurasi (traditionally known as Omujweera Musuuga) will wish his niece well. “It is a symbol of goodwill from the family — our traditional way of sending off a beloved princess,” Kamurasi says. And yet this will be the climax of a series of cultural ceremonies that will have been performed to prepare King Oyo’s elder sister for marriage. Marriage celebrations kick off with an introduction ceremony called okwanjura. According to Kamurasi, it is on this occasion that the princess officially introduces her fiancé to the entire royal family and friends. Culturally, this ceremony takes place at the Omusuuga’s residence and is not attended by the m king. So, in keeping with tradition, Komuntale will ‘okwanjura’ her fi ancé Christopher Thomas at the Omusuuga’s residence in Gweri, on Kamwenge Road, 4 miles from Fort Portal town. The celebrations will take place on Thursday, July 12.  Komuntale, her mother Best Kemigisa — the Queen Mother — close aunties and other elders will spend the night before the big day preparing for the celebration.“It will be a night of jubilation; of singing and dancing to the sounds of  makondere — the Toro cultural fl utes and accompanying drums,” says Kamurasi.It will also be the time for the princess to receive pep talk about the intricacies of marriage. “Her aunties and other elders will counsel her about the dos and donts of a good wife, how to handle her husband and how to be a good mother.”The groom will show up at the Omusuuga’s residence to request for the hand of the young princess in marriage. Together with his entourage, they will be expected to turn up dressed in white tunics (kanzu) and jackets, holding walking sticks.“Walking sticks are a symbol of an accomplished man,” says Kamurasi. The group will be received at the gate and relieved of their sticks while being ushered to their rightful place. All the while, they will be treated as visitors. “People whose visit we will have known about but whose intentions for visiting we will assume to be ignorant about,” says Kamurasi. Once they have settled in, the ceremonies will kick off with a prayer and the Toro anthem.

A Milky affair dowry

Milk is a key food in Toro; it not only feeds the sons and daughters of this fair land. “It is offered to visitors as a gesture of hospitality,” says Rev. Richard Baguma, a regent in Toro Kingdom. Nine members of the groom’s entourage will be led to the house where a group of beautiful ladies will be waiting to serve them milk in scented clay jars known as emindi. “We do everything in nines because in our culture it is a number of fortune,” says Kamurasi. The rest of the visitors will be served milk in glasses and dried coffee beans. Traditionally, sharing coffee beans is the sign of an establishment of a new relationship that is meant to strengthen the bond between the two families.Once all this has been done, visitors will go into serious discussions with the elders. “We shall ask them questions about their reason for coming and how they met the princess. We will also task them to identify the true bride from a big group of beautiful girls,” says Kamurasi. It is not cultural for the princess’s family to be offered money, food and other gifts as dowry for their daughter, but the groom will be expected to offer a fattened infertile bull to the family as a sign of appreciation. In addition to this, they will be expected to come along with two or three large gourds containing local brew (amarwa) to present to the princess’s family. The groom will also be asked to present a certifi cate endorsing the marriage from Toro Kingdom headquarters, fully signed by kingdom offi cials. “There are a number of other requirements that we will ask them to meet but which I would not like to disclose now,” says Kamurasi. After the requirements have been met to the royal clan’s satisfaction, the visitors will be invited to lunch. This will be followed by sharing of engagement rings and signing of the certificates. The ceremonies will be crowned with the singing of the Toro anthem, national anthem, a prayer and a cocktail. The visitors will then prepare themselves for the church wedding ceremony to be held at St. John’s Cathedral in Fort Portal. It will be followed by a reception at the Karuziika, hosted by King Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru. It will be a fun fare where the king will speak to his subjects and where guests will be entertained. Such is the traditional marriage for a princess in Toro. Komuntale was not born when her aunt Princess Elizabeth Mpanja, daughter of Sir George Kamurasi Rukidi III married Col. William Ndahendekere from Ankole in 1965. The times may have passed, but the traditions remain.

Wedding to cost more than $500,000
Hope Mafaranga
Preparations kicked o_ with the renovation of Charles Kamurasi’s home in Gweri in Kalambi sub-county, Burahya county in Kabarole district. The house will get a face-lift ahead of Komuntale’s introduction and giveaway ceremony. Many cultural dancing groups are already rehearsing the amakondere (the royal dance) to entertain the guests. Beautiful girls have also been selected to welcome the American in-laws during the giveaway ceremony. Sources at the palace say the wedding will cost sh1b and more than 10 heads of state are expected to attend. Despite the earlier heated debate among the Batoro regarding the choice of man the princess is bringing home, the Batoro seem to have changed their minds and accepted Thomas as their son-in-law. “It will be the wedding of the century and one of the most memorable in the history of Toro Kingdom, I cannot wait,” Susan Basemera, a resident of Fort Portal said. The bishop of Rwenzori diocese, Reuben Kisembo, is expected to join the lovebirds in holy matrimony.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012


Nakaaya dancing
Well she's still rocking. She has put on weight and looks chubby. The Bongo flava star is still in music business. T
here she is in blue dress rocking the dance floor.


Naija's twin entertaining acts P-SQUARE are rumoured to have taken a giant step. The musical duo are said to have bought land in Africa's most expensive estate; Banana Island. Sources close to the music duo say it is true. Banana Island is the most expensive and most exclusive area in Lagos State, Nigeria and Africa...its a billionaire's enclave and if they truly have a land there, they will be the first Nigerian entertainers to do so. The exact location of the land and what they plan to do with it, sell or build another mansion, is what they are not telling.Meanwhile, the twins will be performing in Yaounde and Douala on 18th and 20th of May respectively.

Thursday, May 3, 2012


Big Brother 7 has released the list of the contestants for the $300,000 cash prize.Big Brother Africa this afternoon announced that 7 celebrity housemates would be part of the seventh season of Africa’s biggest reality TV show titled Big Brother Africa - Star Game. And the list consist of leading lights in showbiz and celebville.
  • Stylish entertainer, stand-up comedian and television pro DKB from Ghana (26)
  • Tough, talented rap icon Prezzo from Kenya (32)
  • Award-winning songstress Lady May from Namibia (25)
  • Boldly dramatic pop music sensation Goldie from Nigeria (28)
  • Famed socialite, model and businesswoman Barbz from South Africa (34)
  • Unforgettable, highly successful R&B diva Mampi from Zambia (25)
  • Unique and hugely popular, soulful musician Roki from Zimbabwe (27)