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FPU burns 580 kg of immature Fish

The Fisheries Protection Unit (FPU) of the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) on Thursday set on fire about 580Kg of immature fish following a court order. The fish was burnt…

Uganda to start printing Money

Uganda is stepping up plans of printing its own currency notes. This was revealed by Milly Babalanda, the minister for presidency during a ground-breaking ceremony for the construction of a…

Uganda crowned with Three International Tourism Awards

Uganda has been crowned this year’s Grand prix and two times gold award by the International Tourism Film Festival Africa (ITFF) for its film, Explore Uganda- The Pearl of Africa.…

Mozambique to sign multiple Agreements with Uganda

At the invitation of president Yoweri Museveni, H.E. Filipe Jacinto Nyusi, the President of Mozambique and First Lady Dr. Isaura Goncalo Ferrao arrived this morning at Entebbe Airport for a…

Passenger Flights resume at Entebbe Airport

Following several hours of waiting, inbound and outbound passenger flights have resumed at Entebbe airport. This follows an early morning incident where a Rwandan CRJ9 Aircraft, flight number 464 veered…

Uganda Tourism Board launches new Destination Brand in UAE

The Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) has launched its new destination brand “Explore Uganda, The Pearl of Africa,” as part of the tourism and media launch held at the Sheraton Jumeirah…

Uganda, Burundi sign multiple Cooperation Agreements

During a session which was held from March 22, to March 24, Uganda and Burundi signed four Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) in the field of sports, energy sector, hydrocarbon sector…

Uganda records steady increase in Aviation traffic

The Aviation industry in Uganda continues to register a steady improvement in the passenger traffic post COVID-19 and its related effects. According to Fred Bamwesigye, the Director General for Uganda…

UWEC BEGS GOVERNMENT TO INCREASE ITS BUDGET.

With over 400 wild animals under the care of Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Center, its budget has been cut leaving the Center questioning how they are to manage the animals’…

Entebbe in a drive to retain passing Tourists

With more than ten historical tourism sites, contemporary infrastructure, and a good breeze, Entebbe municipality’s tourism potential has failed to fly high. The colonial administrative peninsula that was once Uganda’s…