Led by Julius Malema draped in a rainbow flag, the Economic Freedom Fighters marched to Uganda’s High Commission on Tuesday
EFF leader Julius Malema leads the way in a picket against Uganda’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill at the Ugandan Embassy in Pretoria.
EFF leader, Julius Malema will lead a picket to the Uganda High Commission in Pretoria against the country’s anti-homosexuality bill.
The protesters carried placards that read “Abolish the Anti-homo Bill, and “Protect Queer Kids,” as they sang struggle songs.
Uganda have voted to criminalise LGBTIQ+ people’s very existence under a bill that is one of the most oppressive anti-LGBTIQ+ legislations
Amnesty International urged Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni Wednesday to reject a tough anti-gay bill passed by parliament.
Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has described gay people as deviants in a presidential address to parliament.
Most of the world had not heard of Joseph Kony before then, but Ugandans knew and feared him. He remains at large.
President Ramaphosa has been slammed for welcoming Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni just as a new draconian anti-LGBTIQ+ bill was introduced
Tanzania’s government gave its approval on Tuesday for the construction of a $3.5 billion crude oil pipeline despite human rights and environmental concerns.
A Ugandan court gave bail to two opposition lawmakers who had been in jail for nearly 18 months after being charged over a wave of grisly murders.
Ugandan authorities announced the removal of a rainbow painting from a children’s park following an uproar among parents who alleged that the “satanic” design.
Ugandan police said Monday they had arrested a shopping mall manager and a concert MC over a deadly stampede at a New Year’s Eve party, bringing the total detained over the tragedy to three.
Ugandan police charged a nightclub promoter over a stampede at a New Year’s Eve party in the capital Kampala that killed 10 people, mainly children.
Uganda has extended a six-week lockdown on two districts at the epicentre of an an Ebola outbreak that has claimed 55 lives.
An estimated 15 million pupils in the East African nation did not attend school for 83 weeks – that’s almost two years.
Uganda has urged foreign visitors not to cancel plans over fears of the Ebola outbreak in the East African nation.
Uganda is set to close schools nationwide later this month after eight children die from Ebola, the country’s first lady said on Tuesday.
The World Health Organization warned that Ebola’s arrival in the Ugandan capital highlighted the risk of further spread of the deadly virus.
The ‘Immorality ban’ on the Nyege Nyege festival has seemingly backfired as this attracted more people than ever including 5 000 tourists.