Malcolm Webb

Malcolm Webb, a correspondent based in Kampala, Uganda, has worked in East Africa for more then six years. He has covered conflict in Eastern DRC, elections in Burundi and plus civil unrest in Uganda. He has a Masters degree in Radio Journalism from Goldsmiths College, University of London, and is the chair of the Foreign Correspondents Association of Uganda


South Africa high court allows secret Zuma no-confidence vote

South Africa's highest court has ruled that a vote of no-confidence against President Jacob Zuma can be held in secret.


South Africa's growing craze for 'spinning'

Motorsport, increasingly popular in South Africa, has its roots in driving stolen cars during apartheid era.


Uganda's cricket team dream of reaching the World Cup

Uganda are aiming to reach the biggest tournament in world cricket. They're hosting an international tournament for third-tier teams that one day hope to qualify for the World Cup.


Uganda court refuses bail for jailed activist

Stella Nyanzi, a Ugandan activist and academic, has been sent back to a maximum security prison after her lawyers failed to secure her bail.


Olympics the target for African yard game Kwepena

An entrepreneur in Uganda is trying to develop a centuries-old yard game, known as Kwepena, worldwide.


Uganda electoral commission denies polls were rigged

Opposition leaders tell Al Jazeera ballots were pre-ticked and results adjusted in contentious poll.


Uganda's former child soldiers return home

Ugandan children abducted by the Lord's Resistance Army over a decade ago return home as traumatised grown men.


Escaping South Sudan violence

Despite suffering violence and loss, those hat manage to get out of South Sudan are the lucky ones.


Congo's M23 rebels flee

The conflict between rebels and government, after the last round of fighting, seems to be drawing to a close.


Peace still out of reach for eastern DR Congo

Congolese president Kabila meets his Rwandan and Ugandan counterparts in Kampala to resolve crisis in his country's east


Uganda turns 50 with politics still dodgy

Country free from colonial rule and many live in relative peace but freedom for the opposition remains a distant dream.