With corruption rife and autocracy starting to rear its head, many Ugandans want Yoweri Museveni to call time on his 27-year tenure.
Ugandan police have fired tear gas at journalists protesting at the week-long closure of key independent media.
Kenyatta and Ruto's Jubilee Alliance has cultivated an anti-imperialist sentiment among Kenyans in recent months in the face of the ICC's charges.
More Western donors are freezing aid to Uganda after a scam in which $13-million of donor funds was embezzled by the office of the prime minister.
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has admitted that growing youth unemployment in the country is a daunting task that must be prioritised.
As Uganda celebrates 50 years of independence, Daniel Edyegu wonders how much has changed since those dark days of colonial rule.
African leaders attending ANC centenary celebrations had to embark on hasty shopping when they found no food or bedding at their accommodation.
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has urged international donors not to let concerns for gay rights affect the country's need for developmental aid.
Amnesty International says Uganda is resorting to increasingly repressive measures, including the arrest and harassment of activists and journalists.
When it comes to statements by the "big men" of Africa's various governments, the rule is the greater the frequency, the less the impact.
Uganda on Friday shelved an anti-gay Bill that would have brought in the death penalty for certain homosexual acts after the US slammed it.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni vowed to stamp out "disrupting schemes" on Thursday as he was sworn in for a fourth term.
Uganda's top opposition leader was kicked off a Kenya flight, prompting riots back home that police quelled with tear gas only a day before the p
Rioters setting up burning roadblocks in Kampala clashed with police firing tear gas on Friday, a day after Uganda's opposition leader was arrested.
Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye was dragged from his car by police on Thursday and thrown into a pick-up truck, witnesses said.
Ugandan police arrested opposition leader Kizza Besigye for the third time this month and remanded him in custody after they again broke up a
Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye and a number of associates were arrested as they prepared to take part in a third round of protests.
Ugandan police have arrested the country's two main opposition leaders after they attempted to lead a protest over rising prices.
President Jacob Zuma congratulated President Yoweri Museveni, Ugandan president for 25 years, on his re-election on Monday.
AU observers say Uganda's presidential poll suffered from several shortcomings, while two losing candidates are calling for Egypt-style protests.