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By witnessradio.org Team Nicholas Kabagambe, a resident of Mengo in Kampala has come under
By witnessradio.org Team A new report from the Coalition for Human Rights in Development
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By witnessradio.org Team Tough times are ahead for native land owners in Uganda. This is the case because land grabbers are changing tactics from forceful eviction with the aide of state machinery to conspiracy with senior public officers who help them obtain certificate of
By witnessradio.org Team Five community leaders have been arrested bringing to 13 in total number of people detained by police in connection to defending their 600 acres of land in Gomba district. On April, 17th, Gomba police mounted an operation targeting land rights defenders and
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Napak- President Yoweri Museveni has warned land grabbers who use his name and office to snatch land in Karamoja. Mr Museveni says he has no interest in Karamoja land.
By Isaac Mufumba In a period of nine months, between September 2005 and May 2006, ownership of the 14.5 acre piece of land that was previously the home of
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Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Six months since Parliament passed a revised Genetic Engineering Bill, 2018, that included demands by President Yoweri Museveni, he has not signed it into
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