By witnessradio.org Team “I think I should have been able to rescue some of my belongings, but I wasn’t around at the time of eviction. But all the same because even those found on the ground only managed to save small things like mattresses.
By Witnessradio.org Team “On August 4th 2017, at 8am, police and army surrounded the mines and started demolishing any standing structures including restaurants, shops, among others,” Robert Ssempewo, the chairperson of Mubende gold mining grounds recounted to witnessradio.org during a recent visit to the
By witnessradio.org Team “It’s no-longer normal, everything has changed because of the army and police which took our good big house with my good clothes and shoes. We have been going to a good school, my parents could often afford enough good meals, and
By witnessradio.org Team witnessradio.org‘s latest findings indicate that land titles in Mubende being used by businessmen to evict local communities off their land target more than the district’s land
By witnessradio.orgTeam Construction Sector Transparency Initiative (COST) Uganda Chapter has held its first ever community meeting in Wakiso about the construction of the Namasuba-Ndejje Kitiko road. The meeting that
By witnessradio.orgTeam A new survey conducted by civil society organizations shows that many Members of Parliamentare likely to defy their constituents and back constitutional amendments to article 102 of
Key Findings Online manipulation and disinformation tactics played an important role in elections in at least 18 countries over the past year, including the United States. Disinformation tactics contributed to