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President Zuma Praises Uganda’s Beauty

South Africa’s president Jacob Zuma has told exhibitors at the Indaba Tourism expo that he admires Uganda’s beauty. Zuma spoke at the opening of the Indaba Tourism Expo where Uganda was among the exhibitors. Indaba is the biggest tourism expo in Africa. It is an annual event that takes place in Durban. Zuma shared a

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President Zuma Advises Museveni to Rename Lake Victoria

South African president Jacob Zuma has advised that Lake Victoria’s indigenous name be restored. Zuma spoke at the opening of the Indaba Tourism Expo where Uganda is among the exhibitors. Indaba is the biggest tourism expo in Africa. It is an annual event that takes place in Durban. Zuma said: “You can have the

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Eddy Kenzo Signs Mega Deal With Kenya Tourism Board

Multi award-winning Ugandan singer, Edrisa Musuuza, better known by his stage name Eddy Kenzo, is currently a very happy man after signing a mega deal with Kenya Tourism Board. The singer has been appointed as a a Kenya Tourism Board Ambassador. He has been assigned with the task of promoting Kenya’s

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Emirates Skycargo’s Rosie Touches Down in Barcelona for ‘The Day of the Rose’

Emirates SkyCargo’s freighter aircraft A6-EFL, also nicknamed Rosie because of her rose decal, made a special appearance in Barcelona on the occasion of ‘The Day of the Rose’. The Catalan festival, originally St Jordi’s Day, is celebrated on the 23rd of April every year with locals gifting roses and books to

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Emirates Named Best Airline Worldwide at 2017 Business Traveler Awards

Emirates’ focus on meeting and exceeding customer expectations both in the air and on the ground were recognised yesterday with four accolades at the ‎Business Traveller Middle East 2017 Awards. At a ceremony attended by key travel industry executives, Emirates was crowned “Best Airline Worldwide”. It was also named “Airline with

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Rukungiri Woman Killed by Elephant

Police in the western Uganda district of Rukungiri have confirmed that a 45-year old woman was killed by an elephant in the Queen Elizabeth National Park. According to Rukungiri district police commander Richard Emuna, Hadija Tumuhairwe, 45, a resident of Nyamuhika I cell, Nyabubare parish, Bwambara Sub-county in Rukungiri District was attacked

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RwandAir CEO Fired

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame on Wednesday chaired a cabinet meeting that relieved John Mirenge of his duties as the chief executive officer of national carrier RwandAir. Mirenge was replaced with Col Chance Ndagano, who is also the vice chairperson of the Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority (RCAA) board. Lt Col Sylvere Munyaneza was

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