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Ugandan becomes first black woman to travel to every country

 

Jessica Nabongo (Internet Picture)

By Our Reporter

A Ugandan, Jessica Nabongo has officially become the first black woman to have visited every single country in the world. Nabongo, a Ugandan-American arrived in Seychelles on Sunday. This would be the last of her 195 country voyage. It is believed that over 50 friends and family members traveled with her to the East African archipelago to mark the historic event.

LETABA: THE LION WE NEEDED BUT KILLED

By Our reporter

The day was Saturday, April the 18th-2015 when Letaba the lion first landed in Uganda. The Uganda Wildlife Education Center (UWEC) would tell of the joy that defined the moment. A then 6-year old Letaba, a donation to Uganda by the Lion Park- South Africa had arrived to help save the Lion numbers from dwindling. Glee laced every word that came out of UWEC in that it could have been mistaken for the arrival of a human king.

AUTHORITIES SHOOT LION DEAD

By Our Staff

News of the death of a Uganda Wildlife Education Center Lion came ploughing through the online streets like a wild fire. It started as a rumour that would soon be confirmed by a statement put out by UWEC itself.

A CONVERSATION TO PROTECT THE APES

By View Uganda

The African Primatological Society Conference, the second of its kind, recently took place at the Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel, in Entebbe. Running under the theme “Primate Conservation in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities” with a focus on policy, practice, and sustainability, the conference affirmed many decisions.

The strategic imperatives of visa Openness for growth in intra-African travel and tourism developmen

 

Speaking notes for the Ronald Kaoma Chitotela Minister of Tourism & Arts, Zambia The strategic imperatives of visa Openness for growth in intra-African travel and tourism development Thursday 29 August 2019, 08h45-09h45 Durban International Convention Centre, Durban 

Mbale City: Beautiful, boastful yet shy

By View Uganda

It is the capital of Bugisu. A giant in its own right. Mbale, a city located about 230 Kilometers east of Kampala is the picture of pride and calm. Yes, a beautiful show off! But the shy kind, almost never out there but remains fulfilling.Like a gateway to ‘heaven’, the eastern town has views to behold. As soon as you step out of the Tirinyi road and step foot into the town realms, a view unfold before you.

Fantastic offers at Brovad sands lodge , Samuka Island Jinja , Simba safaris in Queen Elizabeth.

 

 

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