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Hotspots, not trouble spots: Africa seeks...

Eco-friendly safaris and carbon-neutral lodging draw increasing numbers of tourists from Europe and North America.

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African tourism alarmed by rhino, elephant...

The cost of environmental crime to developing countries is estimated to be more than $70 billion a year

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Inclusive community tourism solution to Africa’s...

Kenya, Rwanda and Ghana had all already abolished entry visas for fellow Africans to facilitate tourism

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Uganda targets sh10trillion from tourism...

Government is targeting more sightseers and hiring additional public relations firms to market the country in China, India and the Gulf States

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Why we should all play a role in wildlife...

Even if a single wildlife species gets extinct, it may disturb the whole food chain ultimately leading to disastrous results

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Reseachers tell Uganda to drop ‘Pearl of...

US-based University of Berkeley researchers and stakeholders in the tourism sector have agreed to change the brand to ‘Small Africa’

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UWA commissions eight storeyed building

By thinking out of the box, UWA is showing other parastatals what ought to be done to generate resources to deliver services.

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Kaabong Women group get business tourism...

The project is aimed at strengthening protected area management in the Kidepo region including Kidepo Valley National Park.

Tell people about Uganda's tourism - Religious...

Ugandans need to appreciate their country and fight to defend it at all costs.

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Rwanda becomes Arsenal's official tourism...

Rwanda Development Board CEO, Clare Akamanzi, said that the sponsorship deal will highlight the country's tourism offers, but would not be drawn on how...

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Tanzania ferry disaster toll passes...

Although hopes are fading of finding any more survivors, workers rescue an engineer who managed to locate a pocket of air in the vessel.