Uruguayan facing charges in SA is linked to contentious dealings in both countries
In a departure from its usual 'quiet diplomacy', the South African government has condemned the increased suppression of media freedom in Egypt.
Uganda says US penalties put on the country for passing anti-gay laws won't have much of an effect as Ugandans move "away from donor dependency".
Uganda will invite "only Chinese companies" to fill R85-billion of contracts to expand its railway network.
Human rights NGOs have released a report showing the impact of Uganda's controversial law on the wellbeing of homosexual people in the country.
A couple arrested in January are the first homosexuals to be prosecuted since President Yoweri Museveni passed stringent new anti-gay laws.
Uganda's Parliament will probe reports that some female runners were subjected to sexual harassment and abuse while taking part in a training camp.
Uganda's tourism board wants to cash in on those who are fascinated by the dictator's brutal reign.
Ice on the Rwenzori mountain range is melting at "disturbing" rates, and within two decades Africa's equatorial peaks will be bare rock.
Uganda could suffer a backlash from tour operators in the West angered by President Yoweri Museveni's new law against homosexuality.
Western zealotry has infiltrated Uganda's law, and its people are blithely ceding independence, writes Noosim Naimasiah.
Defying moral outrage is risky, but an emerging star - Aamito Stecie Lagum - hopes fancy footwork will take her beyond borders.
Ugandans opposed to a new anti-homosexuality law have filed a constitutional petition alleging that the law violates fundamental rights.
Readers comment on marijuana prohibition, SABC's Hlaudi Motsoeneng and Zapiro's Strange Fruit cartoon.
President Yoweri Museveni's anti-pornography Act is no laughing matter despite a spirited protest against the miniskirt ban, writes Amy Fallon.
American evangelists were responsible for fostering a turning point in Uganda's attitudes towards LGBTI people.
Sweden says it will stop development aid payments to Uganda "because of the anti-gay legislation" passed in late February.
President Robert Mugabe has voiced his support of President Yoweri Museveni's anti-gay laws in Uganda and hinted at following suit in Zimbabwe.
The World Bank has joined various EU countries in cutting economic ties with Uganda over its anti-gay law, blocking a $90-million loan.