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‘The Pride of Africa’ aka Kenya Airways has joined hands with the business community and civil society to assist in providing food and other daily necessities to communities in Northern …

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Days  after a 20 million-year-old ape skull was discovered in Iriri, on the slopes of volcanic Mt. Napak, in Karamoja, the State Minister for Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage says the …

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Kenya Airways has began to accept voluntary contributions from passengers, happy to donate ‘excess’ coins but also notes for that matter, for funding of the airline’s charitable programmes across the …

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In spite of continuously high fuel prices and inflationary pressures on airlines have fares between Entebbe and Nairobi started to move again, downwards that is. According to travel agents, keenly …

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Only days after Fly 540 had hit the market with an all inclusive fare between Entebbe and Mombasa, return of course, of US Dollars 350 is Uganda’s passenger airline ‘Air …

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The chairman of the ongoing Commission of Enquiry into the Uganda Wildlife Authority’s World Bank funded PAMSU programme has reportedly ‘halted’ any further work of the commission, citing a ‘break …

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Although the information has been kept under tight wraps, details are beginning to emerge that the Uganda Wildlife Authority and the Uganda tour operators association AUTO have struck a deal …

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The first quarter results of tourism’s sectoral performance were released yesterday and the earnings confirmed by government sources are in the region of US Dollars 56 million, compared with a …

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In Kidepo National Park was the scene of the latest victim of poachers’ violence against rangers and warden, when over the weekend yet another Uganda Wild life Authority-UWA staff was …

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The Fossey Fund is disturbed by the news that oil companies applied to enter Virunga National Park, a World Heritage Site, hard on the heels of the news that several …

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