Best Places to See Gorillas in Africa

Today there are just 1000 remaining mountain gorillas left in the whole world. The dwindling habitat for the gorillas has pushed them to be declared as threatened apes. Surprisingly these great apes are left in 10 African countries. Gorilla safaris are apparently conducted in 5 distinct destinations in East Africa in the countries of Uganda (Bwindi… Continue reading Best Places to See Gorillas in Africa

Rwanda Gorilla Permit Increment Bites Hard Its Economy

On 6th May 2017, all tour operators, accommodation owners and stakeholders in tourism business in East Africa heard shocking news of immediate proposal and implementation of the hiking of Rwanda Gorilla permit fees from US$ 750 to US$ 1500 each. “At first we thought it was a joke but after reading the information on the… Continue reading Rwanda Gorilla Permit Increment Bites Hard Its Economy

Lake Albert Death Toll Rises to 15

The joint search of the Uganda Police, the Uganda People’s Defense Forces marines and the local fishermen has so far retrieved 16 bodies from Lake Albert Accident that happened on Sunday 19, 2019. According to the latest statment, six more bodies have been recovered from the lake. These bodies have been identified as Ayiyorwotha Komakech,… Continue reading Lake Albert Death Toll Rises to 15

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Call of the Wild in Uganda

It wasn’t part of the plan. We were merely supposed to sit in a safari jeep and cruise on a designated path through the sprawling Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda. My group of Malaysian travellers were promised the abundant sights of hippopotamus, antelopes, kob, chimpanzees, buffaloes, elephants and baboons. The ranger said that if… Continue reading Call of the Wild in Uganda

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Uganda Government Asks For More Time To Effect Electoral Law Reforms

Attorney General William Byaruhanga has asked for some more days to table electoral reforms. According to Byaruhanga, government will table the proposed reforms within a period of ten days. He disclosed this while updating plenary on the progress on tabling the proposed electoral reforms. In 2016, Supreme Court judges led by Chief Justice Bart Katureebe… Continue reading Uganda Government Asks For More Time To Effect Electoral Law Reforms