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 African art museum attracts tourists from around the world

Although the museum offers reduced-price tickets to South Africans and gratis-entrance to school children, its location in Cape Town's posh waterfront and ownership by a wealthy foreigner has generated some controversy.

South African art museum attracts tourists from around the world

Africa

Growing anger over South Africa's stalled land reform

There are still tens of thousands of people waiting since the 1990s for land titles to be issued.

Growing anger over South Africa's stalled land reform

Africa

South Africa: A look back at Ramaphosa's first 100 days in office

While Cyril Ramaphosa has moved quickly to overhaul state enterprises since becoming president in February, on other economic fronts the so-called 'Ramaphoria' effect has had little impact.

South Africa: A look back at Ramaphosa's first 100 days in office

Africa

Africa's first medical cannabis dispensary opens in Durban

The new dispensary is a ray of hope for many who suffer from undiagnosed pain.

Africa's first medical cannabis dispensary opens in Durban

Africa

South Africa tourism growth hindered by coal mining

Coal mining companies want to expand their mines, threatening the pristine nature that brings visitors to South Africa every year.

South Africa tourism growth hindered by coal mining

Africa

South African workers strike over minimum wage

Thousands marched into Johannesburg city centre to demand a higher minimum wage and improved rights.

South African workers strike over minimum wage

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Survivors of DRC violence tell stories of horror

The UN says more than 100,000 people have fled Ituri Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo this year.

Survivors of DRC violence tell stories of horror

Africa

DRC violence: Ituri's displaced fear returning home

UN says more than 100,000 people have fled their homes in Ituri province of the Democratic Republic of Congo since the beginning of the year.

DRC violence: Ituri's displaced fear returning home

Africa

Thousands of DR Congo refugees escaping violence to Uganda

Al Jazeera travels Lake Albert, on the DR Congo-Uganda border, to meet some of the refugees who have fled violence in Congo.

Thousands of DR Congo refugees escaping violence to Uganda

Africa

Thousands flee fighting in eastern DR Congo to Uganda

One refugee who fled the violence in Ituri province told Al Jazeera that the attackers killed anyone and everyone.

Thousands flee fighting in eastern DR Congo to Uganda

Water

Cape Town farmers laid off amid water crisis

About 30,000 seasonal farm workers have been laid off, with the threat of more layoffs if it does not rain soon.

Cape Town farmers laid off amid water crisis

Water

Cape Town taps may be off soon due to drought

If that happens, Cape Town will become the first major city in the world to run out of water. Authorities say only substantial rainfall can fix the crisis.

Cape Town taps may be off soon due to drought