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Regional public service bus company, Kampala coach has announced a strategic partnership with Narok county council and Africa Eco Safaris to launch an east African domestic tourism campaign. This is …

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Reports from the Nile river-Bujagali Falls hydroelectric plant are encouraging as completion of the project appears to be on time and the installation of the first of 5 turbines is …

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The increasing threat towards the very survival of the rhinos on the African continent will be highlighted when World Rhino Day is celebrated, drawing attention to the need to boost …

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The pioneering organic food company Nature’s Path – already a strong supporter of gorilla conservation – has taken its partnership with the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International to a new …

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Ugandans woke up to shock news when the latest data of the Uganda Bureau of Statistics and from the Bank of  Uganda emerged overnight, suggesting the annual inflation rate had …

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The Rhino Fund Uganda / Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary have over the weekend confirmed that the most recent ‘addition’ to the rhino family on the sanctuary, has now been named. Aptly, …

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  Uganda tour operators have asked the government and the opposition to work out measures that will peacefully resolve the economic crisis in the country rather than resorting to the …

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Uganda, also known as the Pearl of Africa is really a unique small country located in East Africa. This country offers immense natural attractions starting from mountain gorilla trekking, chimpanzee …

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Too often stories involving poachers and endangered species don’t have a happy ending. This time however, thanks to the ongoing collaboration between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) …

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Following their eviction from Bwindi impenetrable national park in 1991, the Batwa community a minority group living in Kisoro district, have asked the Uganda Government to give them land and …

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