His photos and videos depicting postcolonialism and everyday life in Africa have been overlooked.
Members of diasporas may choose to identify with multiple homelands and host countries over time.
The visit will acknowledge the more painful aspects of the UK and Kenya’s colonial history.
The founding story of Museveni’s government remains persuasive for a great many people 37 years later.
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 comic offers important ways of criticising those in power. Trevor Noah is superb at it.
The inhumanity of Idi Amin’s ‘economic war’ was about much more than the expulsion of Asians.
In recent years, Western governments have, in effect, aided the rise of personalist dictators in Russia, Iraq, Libya, North Korea and Venezuela.
There is more to ethnic identity than ancestral location or settlement pattern, language or family history.
Far from the myth of the omnipotent father of the nation, big man or dictator, the Kenyan presidential system was built on divisions and uncertainty.
The relationship between the country’s security forces and the civilian population has always been uneasy.
Hidden for decades in a vault at the Uganda Broadcasting Corporation, the photographs depict a regime fixated on establishing order, meting out punishment and stoking nationalism.
Some may say it’s far fetched to compare a 1970s African dictator with the President of the United States. But the similarities between Idi Amin and Donald Trump are quite startling.
Ranting narcissists with no patience for detail have terrorised and suppressed their people the world over. Is a new one about to join their ranks?
The heavy-handed tactics used by Uganda’s authorities during the 2016 elections have raised questions about a return to an oppressive past.