Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: UgandaIndustries: Information TechnologyEnvironment
The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has officially launched an application dubbed “My Gorilla Family.” The app is a pioneer initiative to protect Uganda’s mountain gorilla population, leveraging technology to create sustainable sources of non-trekking revenues to fund conservation.
Chinese and French oil giants finally sealed a $10-billion deal Tuesday to unlock Uganda's energy resources and build a vast regional oil pipeline, a mega-project that has incensed environmental groups.
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As the cogs of the tourism sector slowly but steadily begin to turn, stakeholders from the Uganda tourism sector desperate to return to pre-pandemic days have taken pragmatic steps in a bid to revive the sector.
A joint venture between Uganda’s Rwenzori Salt Industries and Chinese company Shining Star Group is seeking to invest Ush. 2.7 trillion (US$736.5 million) to revive the Lake Katwe Salt Project in Kasese District.
Uganda bar owners and owners of entertainment places in the country have asked government to allow them to reopen with strict adherence to the COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as prescribed by the Ministry of Health.
Radisson Hotel Group is keenly eyeing the Ugandan market as it ramps up expansion across the African continent. Ramsay Rankoussi, Radisson Hotel Group’s Vice President in charge of development (Africa and Turkey) told The Independent in an email on July 21 that the East African nation is one of the markets that is of interest to the Group.
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: ChinaUgandaIndustries: Oil & Gas
China National Offshore Oil Company has opted against exercising its pre-emption rights in a deal that sees partners Tullow and Total transfer assets in Uganda, leaving the latter with the majority stake in the Lake Albert oil projects.