As the court starts to hear a case filed against Kiryandongo Sugar Limited, president Museveni offers to compensate forced eviction victims
Gov’t body evicts hundreds, orders the remaining families on the land to de-molish their houses…
Signs of harmful projects with financing from development institutions are spotted in Uganda…
Breaking: over 350,000 acres of land were grabbed during Witness Radio – Uganda’s seven months ban.
UN chief asks to treat food as human right rather than commodity
Uganda’s coffee industry eyes new markets, value addition
Uganda losing agricultural advantage to neighbours – UN.
Tsetse flies invade Kiruhura district
Luwero farmers battle resurgence of fall armyworms
Masaka Coffee farmers receive 33,000 bags of fertilizers to boost production
Forests fall, animals die, desert looms: Uganda’s burning problem – in pictures
Solar power capacity to hit 50MW
Google Internet project closes in Uganda.
Human Rights Lawyer Nicholas Opiyo is out on bail…
Human rights lawyer Nicholas Opiyo denied bail, remanded again…
Innovative Finance from Canada projects positive impact on local communities.
Over 5000 Indigenous Communities evicted in Kiryandongo District
Petition To Land Inquiry Commission Over Human Rights In Kiryandongo District
First, it was “gossip” that supposedly pushed Uganda’s government to introduce a tax on social media use. Several weeks later, the country’s 72-year-old president Yoweri Museveni changed tack,...