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I want to see gorillas in Rwanda


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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Environmental experts and climate change researchers acquainted with the impact of the phenomenon have for some time now predicted, that the ice caps of East Africas mountains, on the Rwenzoris, …

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The Beach management seem to be the two most important words which is the conclusion that one gets after going through the information that was presented over the weekend about …

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Over the weekend did news emerge that KWS officials, working hand in hand with customs and port security personnel, detected yet another ivory shipment destined, according to shipping documents, for …

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World Travel Market, the leading global event for the travel industry, is proud to announce a total of 183 new exhibitors at the event for WTM 2011. National tourist boards, …

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Earlier this week did Air Ugandas new CEO Kayle Haywood announced plans for early 2012 to increase the airlines flights between Entebbe and Nair obi to 19 per week, arguably …

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The timing of Brussels Airlines CEO Bernard Gustin visit to Uganda for a media blitz was certainly intriguing as far as the timing was concerned, falling half way between the …

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The Great Virunga Trans-boundary Core Secretariat (GVTCS) has revealed that it has set aside money to construct five more tanks neighboring sub-counties of Mgahinga to curb the water scarcity in …

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Staff of the Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority but also from private airlines last week commenced a two week training course, organized by ICAO, to update information and bring personnel the …

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A cargo plane belonging to Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) crashed in Nairobi after it developed a mechanical fault. The plane carrying Uganda soldiers headed for Mogadishu, crash-landed at Jomo …

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