Uganda’s role in liberating South Africa
In 1990, Africa handed Mandela over to the world. But as the world turned him into an icon, what was quickly forgotten is the sacrifice of those who made it possible.
Ugandans should consider national reconciliation
Ugandans in some parts of the country, especially Kampala, where the Police are frequently in running battles with opposition and some civil society groups over disobedience.
The colonial hegemony and the context of terrorism
In the late 18th and early 19th Century, the production of cheap raw materials was a central requirement of the new states in Europe.
Fast-track approval of gender-based violence policy
Every day, everywhere, Uganda is overwhelmed with widespread gender-based violence (GBV)