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The Guardian view on wildlife in lockdown : feeling the pressure | Editorial

4/08 | If countries that use tourism to fund conservation are not supported, species and habitats will disappear At London zoo, the giraffes, (...)

'Ghetto presidents' : musicians risk all to take on authoritarian rule in (...)

4/08 | Artists taking on political roles from Algeria to Zambia have been beaten, detained and killed They call him the “ghetto president”, and (...)

Landmark ruling sees Ugandan poacher jailed for killing Rafiki the gorilla

31/07 | Six-year sentence following death of one of country’s best-known silverback mountain gorillas is first of its kind In the first (...)

US missionary accused over Uganda child deaths settles out of court

28/07 | No liability admitted over deaths of two children at NGO run by Renee Bach and her organisation Serving His Children Lawyers for US (...)

‘It's over, I am going to die’ : how Uganda’s coronavirus curfew is claiming (...)

27/07 | Evelyn Namulondo and Eric Mutasiga were killed by officers enforcing Covid-19 movement restrictions – and their families want justice (...)

Reggae star Bobi Wine launches new political party in Uganda

22/07 | 38-year-old singer hopes to unite fragmented opposition and oust Yoweri Museveni Bobi Wine, a popular reggae star and prominent (...)

'We were beaten' : 20 LGBTQ+ Ugandans file lawsuit over alleged torture

22/07 | Group arrested during Kampala lockdown and later released allege horrific abuse during the 50 days they were on remand in prison Twenty (...)

‘Money makes money’ : Uganda’s Tarantino raises funds with rap

17/07 | Wakaliwood’s Isaac Nabwana swapped directing shootouts to parody music videos to support rural projects hit by Covid-19 The helicopter (...)

Asylum seeker at centre of landmark case over UK’s ‘unfair’ fast-track system

15/07 | Government seeks to reverse court order that overturned 27-year-old woman’s deportation to Uganda An asylum seeker who was deported (...)

Fears grow over seven Eritrea football internationals on the run in Uganda

2/07 | Players fled after tournament and are seeking asylumWorries they could be captured and punished ‘as traitors’ Seven Eritrea (...)

‘I saw so much killing’ : how therapy is helping South Sudan's refugees

2/07 | Mental health issues affect many of the thousands forced over the border to Uganda, and funding shortfalls mean resources to help them (...)

‘Decolonise and rename’ streets of Uganda and Sudan, activists urge

1er/07 | Campaigners target statues of slave owners and roads named after imperial armies as protests spread to Africa Campaigners have asked (...)


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Hawker accused of stabbing two KCCA officers granted bail

  6/08 | The accused Juma Akankwasa,39, appeared in a session presided over by the Chief Magistrate, Ms Miriam Akello, who granted him cash bail (...)

Financing of new cities deferred as MPs demand enabling law

  6/08 | Parliament has rejected a move by Finance State Minister, David Bahati, to provide finances for running newly approved cities in the (...)

Those asking me to go away because of my old age are naïve- Museveni

  6/08 | President Museveni has taken a swipe at Ugandans who are asking him to retire and hand over power to “capable young” people saying they (...)

Three arrested as police intercepts Shs1.6b scam

  6/08 | The arrest follows a complaint from the Permanent Secretary to the Judiciary who asked the CID to look into the (...)

Police probe source of posters attacking Attorney General

  6/08 | The posters are in connection with a court case involving businessman Karim Hirji

Ronald Mayinja : Why I made a U-turn

  6/08 | First of all, yes, I went to President Museveni but I only went to know the truth because I thought the struggle was a joke. I met the (...)
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