Monday, August 10, 2020

EDWIN MUZAHURA: “Irony of Empty Lodges Foul Cry” to Government and...

Lately Hotel and Lodge owners have been making loud noise about lack of business at their properties due to the Airport closure and Covid...

Victoria University Slashes Tuition Fees by 50% to Reduce Strain on...

Victoria University has today announced reduction of tuition fees by over 50 per cent to help its new, continuing and prospective students cope with...

COVID-19: Kenya Airways banned from Tanzanian airspace

Kenya Airways has been banned from Tanzanian airspace, Africa Tembelea has learnt. According to a statement from Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA), approval granted to...

Tanzania’s conservation authority in new drive to attract tourists, slashes wildlife...

Dar es Salaam — The Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA) on Thursday announced measures the public conservation body is undertaking to attract more tourists to...

Issuance of passports, work permits resumes at immigration offices

Kampala, Uganda - The directorate of immigration has resumed the issuance of work permits and passports after a four months break occasioned by an...

COVID-19 Impact: Boeing reports big loss, hints at more job cuts

Boeing reported a bigger-than-expected loss Wednesday and said it would further trim its plane production because of weak demand in the wake of the...

Covid-19 cost tourism sector $320 billion in first five months of...

Covid-19 fears cost the global tourism sector $320 billion in just the first five months of the year, the UN's world tourism body said...

Hotel owners In Kasese engage EU ambassadors on COVID-19 losses

Kasese , Uganda - Lodge owners and tourism operators have appealed to the European Union (EU) delegation in Uganda to consider clear accessibility of...

Museveni orders flags to fly at half-mast in honor of Mkapa,...

Kampala, Uganda - President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has directed that all Ugandan and East African Community flags be flown at half mast starting today,...

South African restaurants protest coronavirus lockdown restrictions

Johannesburg - South Africa restaurateurs protested on Wednesday against a coronavirus curfew and an alcohol ban that they said were wrecking their industry. President Cyril Ramaphosa...
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