Uganda

'Muslims profiled' in Uganda 'terrorism' case

Defendants and rights lawyer say Tabliq head Sheikh Kamoga and others were wrongly charged in 'purely political' ruling.

Uganda jails Muslim leader Sheikh Kamoga over 'terror'

Opinion

Uganda's colonial-style dress code

Uganda's new dress code for civil servants is another "decency" campaign aiming to control women's bodies.

Anneeth Kaur Hundle

by Anneeth Kaur Hundle

Anneeth Kaur Hundle

The Listening Post

Police vs the press in Uganda

How some controversial laws have made the lives of journalists in Uganda increasingly difficult and reporting risky.

Opinion

Is Uganda really a 'refugee paradise'?

The grim reality behind the euphoric coverage of Uganda's "exemplary" refugee policy.

Julie Schiltz

by Julie Schiltz
- Kristof Titeca

Julie Schiltz

Opinion

The world has abandoned South Sudanese refugees

Despite receiving only limited funds from international organisations, Uganda has given a warm welcome to refugees.

Khairunissa Dhala

by Khairunissa Dhala

Khairunissa Dhala

Africa

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.

Inside Story

Can famine in Africa be contained?

Millions are going hungry in several countries because of the worst drought in living memory.

Africa

Grim torture images ignite anger against Ugandan police

Photos circulating online show detained mayor hospitalised with gaping wounds on his swollen knees and ankles.

Grim torture images ignite anger against Ugandan police

Africa

Chia seeds now a booming business in Uganda

The chia seed is causing super profits for some small-scale farmers in Uganda. They have switched from traditional crops to the seed, first grown half way across the world by the Aztecs.

Africa

Uganda's women fight against sexual assault

A grassroots campaign has started in Uganda against the increasing numbers of sexual assaults on women. According to one rights group, 90 percent of Ugandan women have experienced sexual harassment of some sort.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Yoweri Museveni: A five times-elected dictator?

The Ugandan president discusses regional relationships, human rights abuses and possible constitutional reform.

Africa

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.

Africa

Critic of Ugandan leader fears psychiatric lock-up

Lawyer for academic critical of president alleges authorities want to confine her to a mental hospital.

Museveni critic 'resists forced psychiatric exam'

Reporter's Notebook

S Sudan refugee children 'living life no child should'

Thousands of refugees arrive in north Uganda from South Sudan daily and many of them are unaccompanied children.

Africa

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.