Ugandan eye doctor restoring sight to nomadic herders
They’re a sought-after seasonal delicacy, but deforestation and a growing export market are leaving Ugandans with too little to crunch on
Hundreds of opposition supporters have disappeared in the last few months, allegedly detained or abducted by Uganda’s security forces
Counting was slow across Uganda as a result of the internet shutdown, which affected some of the biometric machines used to validate voter registrations.
Mail & Guardian pictures editor Paul Botes presents some of the most striking images
COMMENT: The protests against the Ugandan president’s 35-year rule are being led by the youth. But they cannot do it alone
Pandemic rules were used to justify a violent raid on a homeless shelter in Uganda, but a group of victims is pursuing a criminal case against the perpetrators
The parliamentary candidates who won in the 2016 elections were those who spent the most
The Kabaka of Buganda’s fleet of Rolls-Royces was seized in a coup nearly 60 years ago. Now his successor has brought the only known ‘survivor’ home
The story behind Ugandan photojournalist Nicholas Bamulanzeki’s iconic picture of the policeman in the floods
In East Africa, truck drivers are being attacked, robbed and used as diplomatic footballs
Sumy Sadurni describes the photo she captured of Stella Nyanzi being arrested by police in Kampala
Compelled to make a difference during the Covid-19 pandemic, an IT consultant is now helping to keep essential services workers healthy
Graduation at the ‘Harvard of Africa’ nearly didn’t take place — because the university ran out of gowns
"Our own libraries, like some of our bookstores, seem to sneer at homegrown literature."
Neo Hutiri is the first South African to win the Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation for his smart-locker system
Ugandan MP and musician Robert Kyagulani, aka Bobi Wine, writes that a united Uganda is snubbing the regime’s divide-and-rule strategy
An award-winning device created by a Ugandan engineer and his colleagues could replace expensive blood tests
The suspect was apprehended at his Kampala home as he tried to escape out of his bedroom window
The brain drain to North Africa threatens to hobble the nation’s health system
Impoverished women living in Kampala’s crime-ridden Katanga slum are boxing as a way to survive, but still have to contend with major setbacks.
Uganda will invite "only Chinese companies" to fill R85-billion of contracts to expand its railway network.
Kampala’s bodaboda drivers dress in trendy, colourful clothes to ?attract customers.
With its boda bodas,vibrant nightlife
and top cuisine,it
sure is full of fun for
a city known more
as a way station
than a destination.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, in an unusually outspoken declaration on Sunday, told African leaders they must respect gay rights.
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has urged international donors not to let concerns for gay rights affect the country’s need for developmental aid.
Ugandan police have again arrested the country’s top opposition leader, Kizza Besigye, to prevent what they said could be a destructive protest march.
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
Riots have swept across Uganda’s capital, Kampala, in the biggest anti-government protest in sub-Saharan Africa this year.
A Ugandan high court judge on Tuesday extended a ban on the publication in the media of pictures identifying people as homosexuals.
Ugandan police issue a warning they will shut down public places that have not implemented anti-terrorism guidelines.
Ugandan police have discovered a suicide vest and explosives laced with ball bearings in a
discotheque in the capital, Kampala.