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As Busoga region still runs the campaign to promote its tourism potential, the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has wooed foreign investors to the region to boost development and economy at large.
    The trenches being dug around Murchison Falls National Park are to hold off elephants from straying into the villages.
      Uganda’s embassy in Denmark is to hold a tourism forum to promote Uganda as a competitive destination for investment and tourism opportunities. The forum will take place on May 23rd at the Bella Centre in the Danish capital Copenhagen
        “Wait! Is he a missionary or some kind of historian back from the dead?” I caught myself silently wondering while looking at the white fella that now shared a hearty laugh with friends at The Pagoda Lodge in Gulu town recently.
          You may have read about Bigo Bya Mugenyi in your primary history books. While in Masaka last week, I opted to shuttle there.
            At the remote north-western end of Uganda, is a small trading centre of Salia Musala that the dwellers call their town.. It is a place where Uganda, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo meet.
              Come Sunday evening and one would be excused to take a second look at their own complexion in the mirror to confirm their colour. This is after it dawns on you that, without a visa to UK or USA, you are sandwiched in a sea of Europeans, hearing "wao" exclamations and foreign accents.
                Endowed with national parks, birds, primates, geographical features, the new executive director of Uganda Tourist Board (UTB) Steven Asimwe has promised to take tourism to greater heights, boost the numbers of visitors, attract investors and brand Uganda across the globe.
                  The source of the Nile is one of the most spectacular white-water rafting destinations in the world. SOLOMON OLENY took on the Nile’s rapids and survived to tell the tale.
                    They asked government to improve the infrastructure to different destinations, aggressively market Uganda and cut taxes if they are to compete with their East African Community counterparts.
                      Former Mukono Diocese Bishop Paul Luzinda left his job as a postto concentrate on God's ministry

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                      Who killed Kaloli?Jul 23, 2013
                      We were privileged to come across one of Uganda’s very rare species of birdlife this morning as we motored down Jinja Road and I felt that, as a journalist I had to report the astounding news. Such a

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                      At a tender age, Cliff Keys Mutebi started teaching himself how to play the keyboard, thanks to his father, the famous Peterson Mutebi. Ever since he passed away in 1992, he became determined to walk

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                      The country, her people and traditions have come full circle. We look at our heritage and examine the aspects that make us truly Ugandan. Rebecca Nalunga explores the place of the board game Omweso.

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                      Five years ago, Grace Mpiima worked as a school bursar in Masaka. She earned sh500,000 per month, which, she says, was not enough to support her family. Desperate for a new job, she searched, prayed

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                      During the eighth month of every even year, Mutoto becomes a Mecca of sorts for multitudes of Bamasaba.

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                      Kigaanira, a self-styled traditional prophet, gave a headache to the colonial masters when Kabaka Mutesa II was exiled. Popularly known as “Kibuuka Omumbale” after Buganda’s god of war, Kagaanira’s

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                      Hi, my name is...Jul 23, 2013
                      I do stand to be corrected on this topic, but in one of the small islands near Australia — New Zealand that is — whose only contribution to civilisation has been rearing large tracks of lamb farms an

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                      You may have been in Bunyoro for a tour or just to visit relatives, but have you explored all that there is to enjoy?

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                      Keith and Jeanette Mills were teachers in Uganda more than 40 years ago. One visit back to a country they had called home in the 1970s, plunged them back into the lives of a people that have never le

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