Judiciary needs to be accorded appropriate focus and attention - CJ

Uganda, Dec. 5 -- When, in June last year, President Museveni signed into law the much-awaited Administration of the Judiciary Bill, there was a palpable expectation by its proponents that within no t... Read More

Patterns in 2010, 2021 Kampala city bombings

Uganda, Nov. 27 -- The recent terror attacks in Kampala have forced the government into a swift and brutal counterterrorism offensive in which several of the suspected attackers have been hunted and s... Read More

Is Kasule Lumumba losing her shine at OPM?

Uganda, Nov. 21 -- More than a few eyebrows were raised when President Museveni named Ms Robinah Nabbanja as Prime Minister, with cynical Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, the Kira Municipality Member of Parli... Read More

Journalists, activists tipped on digital security

Uganda, Nov. 17 -- Journalists and activists across the world have progressively become reliant on the internet and digital platforms for a number of things ranging from infrastructure, organization, ... Read More

Judicial corridors, discipline and greasing of palms in the eyes of Justice Wangutusi

Uganda, Nov. 14 -- When it comes to Justice David Kutosi Wangutusi, his judicial career will always be riddled with what-ifs or what could have been: a sense of unfulfilled potential which he actually... Read More

Lawyers, investorsdrawn in fight over dead Chinese

Uganda, Nov. 7 -- On October 4, a gleeful Capt Mike Mukula tweeted the picture of a giant marine vessel he called 'MT Kabaka Mutebi II.' He wrote that it had been pushed into the waters of Lake Victo... Read More

A region at crossroads: Which way forward in face of terrorism?

Uganda, Oct. 31 -- Following last week's attacks in Uganda, East and Central Africa has been cast in the global limelight as it has shown how it could be turned into a hotbed of international terroris... Read More

Walk-to-Work Kisekka market activist talks of life after 10 years in prison

Uganda, Oct. 31 -- From the high walls of the much-feared Kitalya maximum penitentiary, Moses Kamuswaga has been intently following the raging debate over President Museveni's insistence that bail sho... Read More

How Buganda wields power over Christian, Muslim faiths

Uganda, Oct. 31 -- If directions are to be used, Namirembe hill, which seats the headquarters of Anglican faith in Uganda, lies north-west of Mengo town, which hosts the official palace of Buganda Kin... Read More

People's Front versus NUP: A battle for Opposition supremacy?

Uganda, Oct. 17 -- On the evening of October 6, in what would appear to be a choreographed move, several social media accounts of supporters of the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party shared a let... Read More