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A bout 80 gorilla tourists evolved in a 3 days gorilla tour in Rwanda and pledged to become ambassadors after trekking mountain gorillas in Volcanoes National Park, visiting a women …

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In order to boost its tourism competitiveness internationally, Uganda has to capitalize on its unique culture. This means it will have to identify experiences that tourists would only find here, …

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It is over a year after a fire destroyed Kampala’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site, the ancient Kasubi Tombs of the Buganda Kingdom, did reconstruction finally go underway earlier this …

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An amendment and major re-write to the outdated 1988 forestry bill was sent to parliament this week in Kigali Rwanda, aimed at creating a modern legal framework on forest protection …

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The Government of Uganda is set to compensate the Batwa who were evicted from their ancestral land in 1991 when forest reserves and national parks were gazetted. Batwa people were …

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Uganda’s controversial tourism minister has been a rising chorus of voices calling for his ‘relocation’ when the new cabinet is formed – has instituted yet another probe committee into the …

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From Queen Elizabeth national park, wild animals attacked a 63 year old woman by the names of Mary Nkafanakyo in Bwambara sub-county which is located in Rukungiri district. It is …

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Parc Des Volcanoes national park is announcing the birth of twins in one group of mountain gorillas, the Hirwa. The good news was announced by Rwanda Development Board gorilla trackers …

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Traffic and passenger growth for RwandAir is expected to rise by over 40 percent in 2011 according to a source in Kigali. This quantum leap is attributed to the arrival …

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Crocodile’s number is increasing day by day along Kazinga Channel and this has threatened the people of Katwe-Kabatooro town council in Kasese district. The people of the area blame the …

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