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UGANDA (eTN) - The Kampala Serena Hotel will be East Africa’s leading hospitality group’s second property to host a new training initiative, first rolled out at the Polana Serena in Mozambique, wh
UGANDA (eTN) – Long-serving Executive Director of the Uganda Hotel Owners Association (UHOA), Mr. Ishmael Sekandi, has stepped down and was last Tuesday formally replaced by Mr.
UGANDA (eTN) - Anger and disappointment are spreading among travelers to and from the Ssese Islands but also the business owners, in particular those offering accommodation services to visitors, that
UGANDA (eTN) - Officials from the Uganda Wildlife Authority and the Uganda Tourist Board have gone on record yesterday in Kampala, trying to calm the jitters which have spread across the tourism secto
UGANDA (eTN) - Recent meetings of leading tourism stakeholders coming together to discuss the Ministry of Tourism’s sectoral review and strategize over the future of the sector and how to finally se
UGANDA (eTN) - Details are beginning to emerge of how best to make operational certain provisions in the Tourism Act pertaining to the introduction of a levy, which could solve the perennial problems
UGANDA (eTN) - When Gulf Air returned to Uganda on December 5 with 4 flights a week, much hope and expectation was raised in Ugandan aviation circles that new options had opened up, for visitors comin
UGANDA (eTN) - News emerged from sources in the Uganda parliament that a controversial deal for new vehicles for members of parliament is apparently going ahead, worth over 100 million Uganda shilling
UGANDA (eTN) - The upcoming licensing committee meeting of the Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) Board of Directors will hear applications from 12 airlines on November 24, when one of the rare meetin
Tourism has not developed as expected despite the country’s potential and tourism attractions.
UGANDA (eTN) - A range of rather unprintable comments were received overnight when it became known that members of the commission of enquiry publicly lamented the lack of funds from the tourism minist
UGANDA (eTN) - Only recently was it reported here, that not only did the international airlines express their dissatisfaction with the service levels provided by the international airport in Entebbe,
(eTN) - "Do you know what life in the USA is like" may be the next question added to the already complex catalogue of "grilling" applicants for a visa to the United States have to answer, as yet more
UGANDA (eTN) - "We shall lobby the East African Legislative Assembly now because our own governments do not listen to us," was the tenor of many stakeholders this correspondent was in touch with since
UGANDA (eTN) - Tourism stakeholders are not holding their breath, and neither is the Uganda Tourist Board (UTB), when asked about the forthcoming annual budget speech soon expected to be read to the n
UGANDA (eTN) - Long-standing demands by the Uganda tourism industry to revert to a stand-alone ministry dedicated to tourism and related areas finally seem to have fallen on fertile ears.
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