He famously decried it, but the lure of power has proved to be too great a temptation for Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni.
A Ugandan judge has called on all African nations to unite to effectively counter terrorism.
Leaders promoting such hatred are no better than those leading xenophobic attacks.
Uganda is one of the countries in Africa where homosexuality is a crime, but its Academy of Sciences has agreed that being gay is a natural phenomena.
Singer Jemimah Kansiime's raunchy music video could be worthy of a 10-year prison sentence if she's found guilty under Uganda's new antiporn law.
A private-public partnership is gaining ground in the fight against the disease in the city's slums.
Uganda's biggest public health threat is the drain of its medical brains to Trinidad and Tobago.
Dominic Ongwen, Lord's Resistance Army chief and aide to warlord Joseph Kony, faces charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity at the ICC.
A Ugandan maid, who made headlines after a video showing her torturing a toddler was released, has been given four years in jail for abuse.
Why are there so many street preachers vying for souls on the corners of Museveni's Kampala?
A court has overturned the Anti-Homosexuality Bill on a technicality and MP Fox Odoi, who fought it, plans to fight the bid to have it passed again.
Observers called the move by Ugandan President Museveni to overturn anti-gay legislation 'a wily piece of realpolitik' amid donor aid cuts.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni denied on Saturday that the scrapping of a tough anti-gay law had anything to do with an Africa-US summit next week.
Uganda's constitutional court has overturned an anti-homosexuality law that punished gay sex with long prison sentences.
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.