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.
LGBTI Ugandans have made a plea for countries to loosen their asylum regulations for those in danger of physical harm because of their sexuality.
Uganda's calculated gamble over its anti-gay law is proof that the West needs to reassess how it deals with 21st century Africa.
This week, Pravin Gordhan does a balancing act, an Oscar Pistorius TV channel is launched and Uganda criminalises gay sex.
Uganda's government has been hit with substantial aid cuts after the president enacted a severe anti-gay law.
Aid for Uganda has been pulled and its currecy has slumped following a bill which prescribes life imprisonment for some homsexual acts.
This is an SOS to the whole world: Help the LGBTI community survive this "sexuality genocide" in Uganda, writes a transgender woman from Kampala.
Sweden has warned Uganda's new Bill against homosexuality could represent a financial risk for its economy as several countries have cut their aid.
A Ugandan newspaper has published a list of what it called the country's "200 top" gay people, which included some prominent Ugandans.
A watchdog group has warned that a backlash of violence may occur in Uganda after President Yoweri Museveni signed an anti-gay Bill into law.
Uganda's president has signed a new law imposing harsh penalties on gay people, defying protests from rights groups and Western donors.
Despite international pressure and rights groups condemneding it, President Yoweri Museveni is expected to sign a controversial anti-gay Bill.
The ministerial team tasked with advising President Yoweri Museveni on homosexuality falsified and twisted information in an expert scientific report.
With Russia and China ready to provide financial aid, Uganda is blithely indifferent to US displeasure over President Yoweri Museveni's anti-gay laws.