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The Uganda Wildlife Authority has confirmed the coming on line of two newly habituated gorilla groups for tourism activities this November in Bwindi National Park. Both new gorilla families, named …

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Here is a travel advisory to all Ugandans planning to travel to the UK: “Following the rioting and looting that has spread across one of the world’s richest countries, all …

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Police in Kamwenge district has rescued a tourist from the wildness after she got lost groping in the Kibale National Park on Saturday. Ms Brumby Sisi, 74 from Australia who …

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Effective 01st of July did the Uganda Wildlife Authority raise entrance fees for Ugandan and East African citizens from previously 5.000 Uganda Shillings to now 10.000 Uganda Shillings, doubling the …

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The Kampala Sheraton Hotel today re-launches its new looks Paradise restaurant on the garden terrace of the hotel, bringing extensive renovations and innovations to a successful conclusion. The Paradise is …

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  Information has been received of the killing of a male ‘black back’ gorilla in Bwindi National Park last Friday with added news that the poachers were caught red handed …

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Yesterday saw the official start of the Kwita Izina Festival week and countdown to the formal naming of new born gorilla babies next Saturday in Ruhengeri, at the entrance of …

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Uganda Wildlife Authority-UWA, torn apart as a result of the ill fated appointment of a friend as chairman last year by the then minister, is now seemingly facing new woes, …

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The Uganda Wildlife Authority, torn apart as a result of the ill fated appointment of a friend as chairman last year by the then minister, is now seemingly facing new …

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From right across Uganda and other countries in East Africa are Catholic faithful making their long way to the Namugongo Shrine, where the annual ‘Martyrs Day’ is celebrated, a public …

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