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Ugandans woke up to the stark reality of electricity tariffs rising sharply, after government negated on their contract with the people and shelved power subsidies, forcing the Electricity Regulatory Authority …

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Mauritius tourism stakeholders will be pleased with the outcome of the World Travel Award Ceremony earlier in the week in Qatar, when the country scooped several major awards, against stiff …

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Tour l.mburo and Bwindi gorilla forest for the amazing Uganda wild life, primates like white columbus monkeys and endangered mountain gorillas DAY 1 (transfer to Lake Mburo National Park) Morning after breakfast, …

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  Some may see this as a classic misnomer, as of course it is the air lanes which connect the Seychelles with the outside world, but nevertheless, like when in …

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Over the weekend we received reports from well informed sources reviled that Preliminary figures from the year’s earnings 2011 revealed that the tourism sector had topped the list of the …

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Tourism once was a beacon of hope for the newly independent Republic of Southern Sudan, but those hopes are being dashed now on multiple fronts and all at once. Inter …

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Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda are one of the “world’s 15 best hikes” according to the National Geographic review by author Peter Potterfield. Peter – who, over the last decade has …

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Information came to light that sections of the prized Mabira Forest, a crucial national water tower and green lung for the capital Kampala and its growing metropolitan area, are being …

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  clip image00225 clip image00410 The Kampala office of Brussels Airlines must have thought what better to end one year than giving a sneak preview into the next, when they …

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The National Forest Authority, which has been without a substantive Executive Director for the past two years following the initial suspension and then, depending where one stands either sacking or …

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