- Uganda Airlines publishes flight schedule effective 01st October
- Incredible lion sighting at Cheetah Plains Private Game Reserve
- Direct flight connection between Europe, Namibia resumes
- European airlines set to resume SA flights
- Artists from across the world rally for African Painted Dog conservation
- Uganda launches virtual Safari to kick-start tourism sector
- South Africa will reopen its international borders on 1 October 2020, under alert level 1 of lockdown
- Application for Membership - Migada Adventures
- Air Zimbabwe to resume operations
- Kenya and Morocco have been appointed by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation to represent the Africa Technical Committee on Tourism Online Education.
Uganda: Museveni Reopens Airport, Schools for Finalists; Bars Remain Closed
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has this evening confirmed the reopening of Entebbe International Airport and land borders for tourists, coming in and going out, provided they tested negative 72 hours before arrival in Uganda.
The President said this would be on condition that tour operators ensure that tourists do not mix with Ugandans.
“The tourists will be driven straight from the airport to their destinations or to designated transit hotels that are set aside for that purpose,” President Museveni said adding that, business delegations shall also be handled in the same way by the local partners.
“Returning Ugandans, who have negative PCR results, will be allowed to go home. The Ministry of Health will only get their addresses for follow up,” he said.
He also lifted restrictions on movements at the border districts. However, curfew, from 9pm to 6am, will be maintained; while boda bodas, their movements will still end at 6pm.