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Surge in tourism revenues

Sustained marketing in America, Germany and the United Kingdom boosts tourist numbers but questions on validity of figures persist Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Uganda has registered a surge in tourist numbers over the last one year, with many of the visitors coming in from key source markets of the …

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MV Kalangala resumes operations

Entebbe, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  The MV Kalangala which makes voyages between Lutoboka (Kalangala) and Nakiwogo (Entebbe) on May 9 resumed operations after a month docked for mandatory checks. The Ministry of Works and Transport and Nation Oil Distributors Ltd the operators of the only vessel plying the Kalangala-Entebbe …

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Toddler eaten by leopard in Uganda’s national park

Kampala, Uganda | AFP | Ugandan authorities were on Monday hunting for a leopard that snatched and ate the three-year-old son of a female ranger working in the popular Queen Elizabeth National Park. The boy had been left in the care of a nanny at the unfenced staff quarters of a safari …

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Tears over dead lions

But pressure over resources remains between people and beasts in national park Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | The war between man and animal has erupted again, as it often does, in Queen Elizabeth National Park in western Uganda. The recent pile of 11 lion carcasses discovered by park rangers in …

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