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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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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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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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During the opening of a new privately owned heritage museum in Mbarara, the minister of tourism, Prof. Ephraim Kamuntu said there is lack of funds in the tourism sector yet …

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(Nairobi National Park main gate at Langata) The conservation fraternity had reason to celebrate this week when the park was expanded by 100 hectares or over 250 acres of land, courtesy …

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A number of tourists mostly the locals have visited Malindi and Watamu for the festive season which has led to congestion. Hotels like Turkle Bay with packages for domestic tourists …

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There are rhinos and lions expected to be arriving in Rwanda’s Akagera national park come next year from South Africa funded by the Rwanda Development Board. This is intended to …

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