A Swedish zoo has killed nine healthy lion cubs over the last six years because they became 'surplus animals', its CEO has revealed.
Tourism & Travel
By Fred Kiva, Masindi
By Kampala Post Reporter
President Yoweri Museveni has said that, the continued underdevelopment and lack of democracy are some of the challenges facing wildlife conservation in Africa.
By Sakur AbdulSalam
The Deputy speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah has bemoaned the present poor reading culture among many people in Uganda despite availability of a multitude of resourceful reading materials both on the internet and book libraries.
By Hope Abonit
On bright Saturday morning, an ATR42-500, a Precision Air plane, christened Bukoba, touched down at Entebbe International Airport causing some smiles and attracting ululations.
A legend is told in Buganda, of Gulu, a supreme god and his children, Walumbe, Kayikuzi and Nambi who lived in heaven. One day Kintu, regarded as the first Muganda on earth, ascended to heaven in search of a companion.
His fame transcended the different villages. Far and wide, the name Ryonomoi echoed pride. Given this name after he killed an enemy who had a dark skin, there was no match for his hunting skills.