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The Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism last week officially opened the country first National College for Tourism, a long awaited institution to teach relevant hospitality and tourism courses to …

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As part of Kenya drive towards quality tourism and to further shed the image of being a cheap destination has the Minister for Tourism urged safari operators to move away …

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The 5 year long attempt by the notorious AYA brothers to build and complete a Hilton Hotel in Kampala has apparently come to an end this weekend as news are …

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Entebbe, Nairobi, Kilimanjaro and Dar es Salaam and Brazzaville / Libreville all had a glimpse of RwandAirs latest acquisition when the aircraft was deployed on the regional routes in a …

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Following the end of the insurgency in northern Uganda, tourism activities are to be revived. “The potential of tourism in this region is enormous,” says Edwin Muzahura, the spokesperson of …

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A regional meeting is taking place in Mombasa under the auspices of the East African Community to discuss the advancing of articles 115 and 116 of the EAC Treaty, concerning …

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  GRACE manager Luitzen Santman (red tie) and other guests join Kasugho village celebration at GRACE. The arrival of six orphan gorillas at the Gorilla Rehabilitation and Conservation Education (GRACE) …

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The announcement by MTN to double its call rates from 2 Uganda Shillings per second to 4 Uganda Shillings per second is the first such rise since Warid Telecom entered …

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  It was learned overnight that upon completion of the mandatory crew training and check out on the new B737-800 the aircraft is due to enter commercial service this weekend …

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The Rwanda Development Board’s Tourism and Conservation Division earlier in the week released their latest data on the trends the tourism industry has taken in 2011. It came as no …

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