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Meet Ugandan Tycoon Who Built His Own White House & Why He Chose It.

Meet Ugandan Tycoon Who Built His Own White House & Why He Chose It.

Business, FEATURED, GOSSIP, Latest News, NEWS, Rwanda, Tourism
Hamis Kigundu, a Ugandan tycoon said “I had always dreamt as a child to visit the United States and the White House in particular.” He ventured into import trading mainly of textile material to Uganda and slowly grew in the business from which he launches a multi-billion real estate company Ham Group of Companies. At only 38 years, Kiggundu, commonly known as ‘Ham’, is a Ugandan businessman, investor, real estate and property developer, philanthropist, and author of two books; ‘Success and Failure Based on Reason and Reality,’ published 2018, and his newly published book ‘Reason as the World Masterpiece‘, 2021. His real estate company has already built a stadium, malls, residence village among others. The multi-billion state-of-the-art building dubbed the “Ugandan White House” is located...
Judith Heard wins Miss Environment Africa International in India

Judith Heard wins Miss Environment Africa International in India

FEATURED, GOSSIP, Tourism
Two weeks ago, top model, tourism champion, and current Miss Elite Africa Judith Heard flew to the majestic city of Mumbai ahead of the Miss Environment International contest where over 36 countries' representatives auditioned and participated in the theme 'Beauty starts with environmental care'. Muhumuza Brian of Bryan Morel Publications (presently based in Mumbai) confirmed this soar win adding that Miss Judith returns to Uganda next week to officially launch campaigns including plastic collection, recycling, and tree planting across the country. Judith walked away with a global prestigious crown, certificate of endorsement, and undisclosed publishing contract by the Miss environment International president Rushikesh Mirajkar. This finalist's no-tiara customized ornament is made of di...
KIHAM ENTERPRISES UGANDA LIMITED SPEAKS OUT ON THEIR KIGO SPORTS PROJECT.

KIHAM ENTERPRISES UGANDA LIMITED SPEAKS OUT ON THEIR KIGO SPORTS PROJECT.

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Hamis Kiggundu also known as Ham through his company Kiham Enterprises Uganda Limited has today released a Factual Statement On Its Land At Kigo. Last Friday, Ham through his real estate company- Kiham Enterprises (U) Limited deployed casual laborers and grader operators who started excavating and clearing a 140 acre prime land in Kigo, which Mengo says is Kabaka’s land. Ham co-owns the real estate company with his uncle Edward Nakibinge Kaggwa (Ham owns 99 percent shares whereas Nakibinge owns 1 percent). The subject land details are as follows: ✔ Kyadondo Block 273 Plots 23974, 23975, 23976, & 23977, land at Kigo. ✔ Total Acreage is 37.767 Hectares/93.322 Acres. ✔ It is situated between Serena-Kigo and Mirembe Villas land, off Munyonyo Spur Road, and extends inwards sharing comm...
Dwarf Giraffes Found In Murchison Falls For The First Time

Dwarf Giraffes Found In Murchison Falls For The First Time

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While conducting a photographic survey of the giraffe population in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda, a group of researchers spotted something unusual. One of the wild giraffes looked a little different from the others, with notably shorter legs despite having what appeared to be a sub-adult body size. Then, while carrying out similar work in Namibia, they spotted a second wild giraffe with similar morphological abnormalities. Giraffe calves fully mature somewhere between three and six years of age, and this second giraffe was thought to be born in 2014, meaning this individual should exhibit the leg lengths of an adult. The researchers believe both giraffes are affected by a condition similar to skeletal dysplasia (an umbrella term for conditions that affect limb length including...
“Mount Kilimanjaro Fire Started Accidentally” investigator.

“Mount Kilimanjaro Fire Started Accidentally” investigator.

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Hundreds of Tanzanian firefighters and citizens are trying to contain a fire on Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain at 5,895 meters.    The National Park spokesman Pascal Shelutete said the initial investigation found the fire started Sunday by porters servicing climbers at the Whona rest area.  Shelutete told reporters Tuesday the fire, used to warm up food, ignited dry grass and shrubs.  The fire is confined to the Mandara and Horombo trails, Shelutete said, which are no higher than 2,700 meters above sea level.  So far, there are no reports of casualties from the fire on the popular site, which attracts tens of thousands of climbers each year, many determined to reach the peak.  Reuters reports more than two hundred university stude...
Uganda is now Reopen for  Tourists, to Stay 33ff Away from Gorillas.

Uganda is now Reopen for Tourists, to Stay 33ff Away from Gorillas.

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Uganda is now welcoming international visitors, meaning you can once again take advantage of the country’s beautiful national parks. You just need to show evidence of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of landing in the country and undergo health screenings on arrival, including temperature checks. Anyone showing symptoms will be taken to an isolation center at a local hospital by ambulance to take a test. eet Masks must be worn at all times in the airport and while traveling through any of the country’s 10 national parks, like Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Kibale National Park. Visitors to national parks will be required to bring at least two N95, surgical, or double-layer cloth masks with filters, and temperature checks will also be in place at park entra...
Uganda is not on UK Covid exempt list

Uganda is not on UK Covid exempt list

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The UK’s requirement that tourists returning from most African countries must quarantine for 14 days defies logic, says Anver Versi. It has serious implications for African countries that rely on tourism but is not applied to tourists returning from places with far higher levels of Covid-19. Africa can be justified in once again claiming a case of double standards. This is in relation to the lists issued by various countries on Covid-19 quarantine regulations for travellers returning from certain countries. For example, UK residents returning from their trips abroad are required to quarantine for 14 days on arrival – unless the country they visited is on an exempt list. At the time of writing, some 74 countries were on the list – mainly in Europe and some Caribbean and ...
UGANDA   HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

UGANDA HAS REOPENED FOR TOURISM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

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By Kashlee Kucheran On October 1, 2020, Uganda officially reopened both air and land borders and is once again allowing tourism to resume. After being closed since March 23rd, Entebbe International Airport has now reopened and has started to resume international flights. Uganda’s extremely diverse landscapes, natural wonders, and abundant wildlife have been attracting over 1.5 million tourists per year, so the nation is very keen to finally reopen safely. President Yoweri Museveni held a press conference in late September, stating: “The international airport and land borders will now be opened for tourists, coming in and going out, provided they tested negative 72 hours before arrival in Uganda However, the reopening of Uganda is not as cut and dry as some other Africa...
Uganda Resumes Commercial Flights After Seven-month Suspension

Uganda Resumes Commercial Flights After Seven-month Suspension

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Uganda on Thursday resumed scheduled commercial passenger flights after seven months of government suspensions over the COVID-19 pandemic. Vianney Luggya, communications officer of Uganda Civil Aviation Authority, told Xinhua by telephone that the phased flight operations at Entebbe International Airport, about 40 km south of the capital Kampala, resumed after the government eased COVID-19 restrictions on aviation. He said the first passenger flight to arrive at Entebbe airport was Turkish Airlines, which landed at 3:55 a.m. and departed at 4:50 a.m. local time. "The flights have resumed today. We expect about 12 flights today. In this first phase, October to December, we are going to have an average of one flight per airline per day to reduce congestion," said Luggya. The res...
Brussels Airlines to Expand its Operations to Uganda/Africa this Winter

Brussels Airlines to Expand its Operations to Uganda/Africa this Winter

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Brussels Airlines has revised its previously advised winter schedule and will now operate more flights and rotations as it extends its route network, the carrier confirmed this week.  During the winter period, 25 October to 27 March the airline will offer up to 40% more flights to and from Africa.    Intercontinental network At the start of the winter season, 14 destinations will be included in the airline’s intercontinental offer, with a sole focus on Africa. The airline will expand its offer with 12% as of October 25th . As of this winter, Brussels Airlines will fly to Abidjan on a daily base. During winter holidays, extra frequencies will be added to Banjul, Bujumbura, Dakar, Douala, Entebbe, Freetown, Kigali, Kinshasa, Monrovia and Yaoundé.  During this ...
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