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For almost 40 years, British Airways’ iconic High Life Magazine has provided passengers all over the world with a uniform view of the worlds of travel, glamour, fashion, style and luxury. …

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While Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni honoured his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame in a ceremony at Liberation Day in Kapchorwa / North Eastern Uganda on Thursday, the day when 26 …

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Uganda Wildlife Authority has announced promotional sale of gorilla permits covering October and November. The promotional price is $ 350 for Foreign Non residents, $250 for foreign residents and sh.100,000 …

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FAMILY STATISTICS Family Size: 12 Silverback: Ndahura, Rukumu, Karamuzi, Rukara Blackback: Mugisha, Obia Adult Female: Ruhara, Kamunga, Betina Juvenile: Twakire Infant: Mubwindi, Kadogo This mountain gorilla familywas named Bitukura after a river that bears the same name. As it happens the family was first …

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Vision Group has been recognized for its excellent coverage of conservation and tourism in Uganda. New Vision newspaper won the print media category in the 2010 USAID-STAR Tourism Award competition. New Vision …

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Diplomatic and business ties between Turkey and Rwanda are bound to benefit from the opening of a Consulate in Istanbul earlier in the week. This was followed by the establishment …

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Two people have been arrested for poaching a baby gorilla which comes from a critically endangered species. They were found with the animal in Rwanda and said they had bought …

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RwandAir’s Commercial Director Alice Katiti has confirmed that effective July 01st the national airline of Rwanda will add a third daily flight between Kigali and Nairobi, operating at either 11 …

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Information was received overnight from Kigali that Turkish Airlines appears set to commence direct flights between Istanbul and Kigali / Rwanda, although the exact routing could not be confirmed immediately. …

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News emerged over the weekend that the Commission of Enquiry, instituted by the immediate past – and thanks for that a million many stakeholders say – Tourism Minister Kahinda Otafire …

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