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  Civil society organisations and heritage advocates gone to the High Court in Kampala to stop the plans by the Ministry of Tourism to demolish the Uganda Museum and instead …

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Uganda’s tourism industry weathered the storm of the economic decline of 2007 by maintaining its annual gross growth of 15% into 2011 and emerging the fastest growing industry contributing 24% …

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The Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) has bought a sh6.5b ferry to ease transport and accessibility of districts around Lake Kyoga. The 120-tonne vessel, which can accommodate 70 passengers and …

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The presence of EALA (East African Legislative Assembly) members in Kampala, where they arrived two days ago to assess the implementation and impact of various tourism and wildlife related programmes …

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More headlines emerged this weekend, when the Daily Monitor made further sweeping allegations about the state of affairs at Uganda Wildlife Authority and blamed the tourism minister Kahinda Otafiire – …

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Uganda’s President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni was as predicted re-elected with a massive majority of votes – 68 percent to be precise – leaving his opponents trailing in his wake with …

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About 45 airfields are found in Uganda and these are run by three groups of people, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), the local government and the private sector. CAA runs …

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During the official launch of the UN’s ‘International Year of Forests, the Rwanda’s environment minister made a formal commitment, that the government in Kigali would restore the ancient forest belt …

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Following a sterling record in tourism during the recently ended festive season, plans are unfolding to make special packages so that the Coast becomes active throughout the year. Most Kenya …

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Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has created a new route which is shorter and easier to get to the top of the mountain. Lillian Nsubuga, the Public Relations Officer of UWA …

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