Uganda

Uganda leader says Trump talks to Africans 'frankly'

Yoweri Museveni says he 'loves' US president for alleged 'shithole' comment as 'Africans need to solve their problems'.

Yoweri Museveni 'loves Trump for frankness' with Africa

Uganda

Q&A: Uganda 'stuck' with President Museveni

Musician-turned-MP weighs in on Uganda's future and appeal to youth as law removing president's age limit passed.

Robert Kyagulanyi: Uganda stuck with President Museveni

Uganda

Uganda's Museveni lifts presidential age limits

President Yoweri Museveni signs bill into law, which will allow the 73-year-old to rule past previous age limit of 75.

Uganda enacts law ending presidential age limits

Talk to Al Jazeera

2017 in review: The best from Talk to Al Jazeera

We look back and follow up on some of 2017's most memorable and news-making interviews from around the world.

Uganda

Why are so many women being murdered in Uganda?

Politics, policing and devil worship: Ugandans weigh possible motives behind the brutal murders of 23 women.

Why are so many women being murdered in Uganda?

Politics

Ugandan MPs brawl over presidential age limit

Bill brought to parliament by ruling party MP will allow President Yoweri Museveni to seek a sixth term in office.

Uganda introduces bill to remove presidential age limit

War & Conflict

Can Ugandans overcome trauma of LRA's violent crimes?

Years after the LRA was subdued, reconciliation between communities and returning former LRA fighters remains elusive.

Can Ugandans overcome trauma of LRA's violent crimes?

Africa

South Sudan refugees face major obstacles in Uganda

Four million people have been displaced by the war between government forces and rebel groups in South Sudan, which began in 2013.

Africa

More than a million refugees flee South Sudan for Uganda

The UN says more than a million people have fled the conflict in South Sudan to Uganda. Nearly as many have travelled to neighbouring countries, making it the worst refugee crisis in Africa since the 1994 Rwandan genocide.

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.