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Gabon bans eating of pangolin and bats amid...

The novel coronavirus is believed to have come from bats, but researchers think it might have spread to humans via another mammal.

Uganda's wildlife recovering

“Our elephants' number dropped from 60,000 in the 1960s to 2,000 thirty years ago,” said Uganda Wildlife Authority Executive Director, Sam Mwandah. “But...

Twin cubs born on Christmas at Entebbe 

The gender of the cubs has not yet been established by the caregivers and vets because the mother does nnot allow any intrusion.

Tourism - Queen Elizabeth National Park

This park was founded in 1952 as Kazinga National Park. However, it was later renamed Queen Elizabeth National Park

Ajarova's vision for Uganda's tourism

Ajarova took over office early this year. She believes Uganda has all it takes to become the world’s number one tourism destination.

UTB targets China, India and Gulf states...

Deputy CEO for the tourism board Ssempebwa said a number of tourists from the US increased from 45,000 in 2016 to 90,000 last year.

Gov't to revamp Ankole palace

“We are turning this palace into a centre of heritage," Kiwanda said.

Kisoro gears up for Banyakigezi convention...

According to Dr. Francis Runuumi, the ICOB-Uganda chapter president, some of the key activities shall include a youth expo, nature walks, community enterprise...

Tender notice from Entebbe Tourism Center...

Expression of interest Tour 2.0

Uganda named the friendliest country

The friendliness is determined by how expatriates are welcomed or received and this has helped to integrate expatriates into the Ugandan community.


ULC gives away school land to real estate firm

ULC gives away school land to real estate...

The future of 62-year-old Parvatiben Muljibhai Madhvani Girls' School, commonly known as PMM Girls' located in Jinja City,...