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Water transport set for growth

Over the last 10 years, there has been demand to boost bulk cargo water transport on Lake Victoria with the addition of more vessels.

KCCA heads unveil Impala monument

During the unveiling, Lukwago asked for a KCCA museum, next after achieving the monument. 

Gorillas beating deadline to produce

David Ageno, cautioned us to avoid the playful babies when they came out or risk the silverback mistaking our friendliness for a kidnap.

Why land-hungry investors prefer to cut down...

In the drive to get land under forests, sugar investors are promising to turn around the local livelihood of the population by providing employment, revenue...

Destroying Bugoma will block wildlife migration...

As the forest thinned, Elephants that used to move back and forth from Queen Elizabeth National Park stopped passing through Bugoma; next will be the chimpanzees...

Invest to boost tourism in Rwenzori - wildlife...

Unfortunately, Rwenzori remains among the least visited destination sites in the country.

Gorilla tracking re-launched in Bwindi

Tourism of primates was closed in March in the wake of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Uganda ready for international tourists -...

Regarding hotels, tourists will be required to sanitize, take a temperature reading and wash hands as regularly as possible.

Ngamba Island sanctuary reopens doors for...

Tourism activities shall be undertaken in a manner that ensures all guidelines are observed, as set by the health ministry

Gorilla baby boom continues to Mgahinga

As conservationists were celebrating the six babies produced within less than six weeks in Bwindi, the kinsmen to the Mountain Gorillas in Mgahinga added...


Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.