UNESCO announced the removal of the fire-damaged tombs of royal leaders in Uganda from the World heritage list.
UNESCO has recommended that royal leaders’ tombs in Uganda should be removed from the list of endangered heritage.
A Ugandan court has charged a man with homosexuality under anti-gay legislation introduced by the parliament this year.
Ugandan authorities have recently apprehended four individuals for allegedly engaging in same-sex activity.
The Proteas had to settle for a sixth-place finish at their home World Cup after slumping to a shock defeat against Uganda.
It’s heartbreak for the Proteas as they crash out of contention for Netball World Cup top honours.
At least twenty people died when a boat capsized in Ugandan waters on Lake Victoria; residents and rescuers searched for survivors.
Ugandans were packed to capacity on the palace grounds of the Buganda kingdom, dancing to mark 30 years since the coronation.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has issued a compelling plea to halt the major East African oil project led by French energy giant TotalEnergies.
Climate change activists, Just Stop Oil, targeted TotalEnergies UK headquarters with paint on Tuesday, protesting alleged human rights violations in Uganda.
The opposition in Uganda has asked the government to bring back home the troops after the attack from DRC rebels that left dozens dead.
In line with plans to hand over security to Somalia, the African Union has begun mission to reduce troop numbers.
Ugandan police said 20 people had been arrested on suspicion of collaborating with an unidentified armed group that attacked a school.
Grief-stricken families buried their bodies in western Uganda, while others searched for missing families after a gunman killed students.
US updates Uganda travel warning over anti-gay law that was passed by the country’s President, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni in May 2023.
The head of the worldwide Anglican Communion said he had expressed his “grief and dismay” to the Ugandan Church over its support for the country’s anti-gay law.
The recent success of the Ghetto Kids, on Britain’s Got Talent has shed light on the issue of institutional care for children worldwide.
Uganda reports that Somalia jihadist attack has left 54 peacekeepers dead, a wake up call to the neighbouring countries.
President Museveni has confidently declined the claims that the anti-gay law that he includes death penalty is the world’s harshest ever.
President of Uganda, Museveni signed an anti-gay bill in May 2023 and challenged by a prominent figure, including the US President Joe Biden.
Uganda’s president has signed a new anti-gay legislation law, supported by many East African countries but condemned by human rights activists.
After Uganda announced the signing of the anti-gay law, the US President Joe Biden has asked for repeal, describing it as world’s harshest.