Malcolm Webb

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

Africa

South Africans march against 'jobs bloodbath'

Workers march in cities nationwide to demand an end to all job cuts.

South Africans march against 'jobs bloodbath'

African Union

African Union summit: A year of progress under Kagame

A look back at a year of African Union under the tenure of Rwanda's President Paul Kagame

African Union summit: A year of progress under Kagame

Africa

DR Congo to vote on Sunday amid concerns over human rights abuses

Activists fear December 30 polling can't be fair and accuse government of oppressing political opponents and protesters.

DR Congo to vote on Sunday amid concerns over human rights abuses

Africa

DR Congo's Catholic Church prays for change with election

Millions across the DRC will vote for a new president in the coming days.

DR Congo's Catholic Church prays for change with election

Democratic Republic of the Congo

DRC leaders call for calm after rage over election delay

The election has been delayed by two years already and protesters are sceptical if the election really will happen on December 30.

DRC leaders call for calm after rage over election delay

Africa

How do coral reefs benefit Kenya's economy?

The world has lost about half its coral reefs in the last 30 years, we're in Kenya to find out why they're so crucial.

How do coral reefs benefit Kenya's economy?

Africa

Kenya's green geothermal power an example to the world

Africa's largest geothermal energy producer, Kenya, sets an example for the world's biggest polluters.

Kenya's green geothermal power an example to the world

Africa

ICC trial of LRA leader only part of search for justice in Uganda

At the ICC, a commander of a Ugandan group linked to 100,000 deaths is standing trial, but observers worry that only rebels are facing justice for crimes during the brutal civil war.

ICC trial of LRA leader only part of search for justice in Uganda

Africa

Uganda buries its dead after landslide disaster

The search for survivors of the landslide near Mount Elgon continues, but villagers have begun to bury some of the 41 known dead in a type of tragedy that has become increasingly common in the area.

Uganda buries its dead after landslide disaster

Africa

DR Congo: World's second-largest rainforest faces logging threat

Area of rainforest the size of France is at risk as government plans to end ban on industrial logging concessions.

DR Congo: World's second-largest rainforest faces logging threat

Africa

Zimbabwe: Survivors still seek justice for Matabeleland killings

President Emmerson Mnangagwa was state security minister in the 1980s when at least 20,000 people were killed by the army, leading some to question if he can reform the country, given his past political allegiances.

Zimbabwe: Survivors still seek justice for Matabeleland killings

Africa

South Africa to launch probe into corruption under Zuma

A judicial inquiry will examine claims of corruption and fraud in the public sector during former President Jacob Zuma's rule.

South Africa to launch probe into corruption under Zuma