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INTERVIEW: All You Need To Know About Social Media Festival Happening On 25th Jan

The first ever social media festival is scheduled to take place on Saturday 25th January 2020 at Silver Springs Hotel Gardens in Bugolobi. In this interview, Amon Baita (pictur...

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International Tourism Growth Continues To Outpace The Global Economy

1.5 billion International tourist arrivals were recorded in 2019, globally. A 4% increase on the previous year which is also forecast for 2020, confirming tourism as a leading and resilient...

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Sudan Sick Lion ‘Evacuated For Treatment’

A tweeter in Sudan, who has been leading a campaign to save five starving lions being kept in cages in Khartoum's Al-Qureshi Park, says one of the animals has been moved to a clinic because...

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City Businessmen Bash Religious Policy, Say It Hurts Tourism & Economy

A section of Kampala City Businessmen have condemned the controversial Religious Policy being tabled by government to streamline the work of religious leaders. Led by Collins Tugumisiriz...

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The World’s 50 Most Beautiful Cities Ranked

Ask any urbanite in the world, and they will probably tell you their city is the best. So, Flight Network set out to name the World’s Best Cities© by asking the experts — a 1000+ Travel Wri...

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Africa’s Biggest Waterfall at Risk From Drought

The flow at the Africa’s biggest waterfall is at its lowest since 1995, highlighting the threat posed by a drought to tourism and electricity generation in Zimbabwe and Zambia. Flow has...

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Kadaga Blasts UTB For Abandoning Miss Tourism

The Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has lashed out at the Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) over failure to facilitate Miss Tourism Uganda for international competition, a thing she ...

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‘More Than 50 Elephants Die Of Thirst’ In Zimbabwe

A total of 55 elephants have died of hunger and thirst at Zimbabwe's biggest game reserve in the last two months, the state-owned broadcaster has reported. Drought, caused by climate ch...