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It is understood that officers of the Uganda Police over the weekend ordered the immediate disconnection of the BBCs local FM broadcasts, with Radio France International also affected as the …

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UGANDA Martyrs Shrine Development Foundation, a body in charge of maintenance and development of the shrine in Namugongo, has launched a campaign to get funds for buying a quality a …

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Ugandas Chobe Safari Lodge, owned and operated by the Madhvani Groups Marasa Africa, has put the country in the spotlight when CNNGo, in its annual listing of the 10 Spas …

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The Buhanga Hill which is locally known as Egihondohondo where coronation of Rwanda’s kings takes place will be changed into an eco-park by the Rwanda Development Board because of its …

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According to a survey done by Lonely Planet, Uganda was rated as the number one tourist destination to visit next year (2012). Lonely Planet is the largest travel guide book …

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Tuesday saw unusual meteorological conditions over Mauritius cause severe thunderstorms, during which lightning struck key electrical installations, prompting an island wide power outage. While beach resorts were able to switch …

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The tape was finally cut at the new National College for Tourism yesterday by none other than Tanzanias President Jakaya Kikwete, who officially declared the new facility open a day …

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Statistics released by Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) show that the numbers of elephants killed in parks since the year began have more than tripled. According to UWA, 33 elephants have …

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Birding enthusiasts will be delighted to learn of this latest addition in confirmed sightings of birds within the Queen Elizabeth National Park, where last week the Grey Pratincole was spotted, …

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The Government of Uganda will soon convene a special stakeholders’ meeting to lay strategies for tourism promotion in and outside the country.  Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi said this today while …

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