It seems likely that Uganda’s president, who has described homosexuality as ‘disgusting’ will pass this bill into law.
The Ugandan militant remains on the run despite a US$5 million bounty on his head for war crimes committed between 1987 and 2006.
Smuggling in Uganda’s West Nile region is seen as an act of defiance – a way to make ends meet in the face of perceived state neglect.
The inhumanity of Idi Amin’s ‘economic war’ was about much more than the expulsion of Asians.
The plan to replace Museveni with his son has dramatically shifted from rumour to reality in recent months.
Uganda uses unpredictability to combine democratic institutions with authoritarian power.
Tension persists between the neighbours as Kampala is yet to address all of Kigali’s grievances.
Fresh efforts to capture Kony comes amid growing influence of Russia in the Central African Republic.
There is more to ethnic identity than ancestral location or settlement pattern, language or family history.
Arbitrary detention and torture are both prohibited under local and international laws.
Uganda media houses pay low wages and offer few development opportunities for journalists, which makes reporters more susceptible to bribes.
For those keen to advance democracy and freedom in Uganda, the starting point is to take in the lessons of history.
Museveni’s attempt to gain support in urban areas in the 2021 elections was not only about repression. But it still failed.
In a bitterly contested election, the government is seeking to control the message by shutting down the internet.
Opposition presidential candidate Robert Kyangulanyi has repeatedly been underestimated by government supporters and critics since he first ran for parliament.
Never has a political contest in Uganda’s history been so furiously played out in the media space as the 2021 national elections.
Uganda must overhaul its national legal framework on the use of force and firearms during law enforcement.
In surpassing opposition stalwart Kizza Besigye, Robert Kyagulanyi has done what many Ugandans thought impossible. But can he topple Museveni?
For all of the shortcomings of Nyerere’s regime, his ideas continue to inspire Tanzanians fighting for a more equal and democratic future, over 20 years after his death.
Debate is raging as to whether Uganda can hold a scientific election, preceded by mass media and digital campaigns.