Police and President Museveni say explosion was act of ‘terrorism’ as ISIL claims responsibility for the attack.
World leaders are gathering to revitalise commitments to end energy poverty for all.
For us, welcoming refugees is not just a humanitarian decision – we know the value they can add to a host country.
Coup leader Mamady Doumbouya pledges a ‘new era for governance and economic development.’
Lawrence Muganga, vice-chancellor of Victoria University, arrested by joint security forces, military says.
Authorities say the decision was made because the NGOs failed to comply with legislation covering their activities.
Constitutional court throws out anti-porn law whose provisions included a ban on wearing miniskirts in public.
Each of the 529 lawmakers received $56,500 to get new vehicles, sparking outrage in the poor country.
Residents and civil society groups have been waging a legal battle against a sugarcane development project.
Daily infections rise threefold on the continent with more than a dozen African countries reporting their worst figures.
The Ugandan government continues to use anti-LGBTQI rhetoric and policies to rally support amid declining popularity.
Uganda is among some African countries seeing a dramatic rise in the number of infections amid a vaccine shortage.
But the LGBTQI fight for equality in the country – and Africa – is still far from over.
Gunmen sprayed Transport Minister Katumba Wamala’s car with bullets outside Kampala, killing his daughter and driver.