Douglas Mpuga joined VOA in 2001. Before joining VOA, he worked in Uganda for then National broadcaster, Radio Uganda.
Peaceful resistance will be complemented by ‘non-peaceful resistance, like it was done in South Africa’
President Paul Kigali assails Western governments; former aide says president doesn’t understand how democracy works
Government charges Robert Shaka with 'offensive communication,' says he violated Computer Use Act by posting statements about president’s health
New Initiative to increase food security in rural areas where malnutrition thrives
Andrews Atta-Asamoah says Nairobi needs to address marginalizing issues of communities within its own borders
July violence in western Ruwenzori region involved the Bakonzo and other ethnic groups.
Africa has two water problems – safe water to drink and enough water to grow food crops
Fund projects instead of the government budget,says analyst
International scientific conference on nodding disease seeks response strategies to the disease.
Dr. Peter Mudiope is one of nine winners of prestigious scientific prize presented at 19th International AIDS Conference in Washington
Dr Walid Phares says new president should oversee new legislative elections
They urge the government’s to adopt a policy of transparency, by publishing oil company contracts
Though it says public has no right to know details
Member of Parliament Stephen Biraahwa Mukitale says two bills under consideration would improve environmental guarantees
Legislators complain the deals fail to address the interests of all stakeholders
Critics argue for public access to details of oil company contracts signed by the government
Illness continues to ravage some parts of Africa
Foreign Minister Oryem Okello says claims of police brutality are not true
Rebel group increased attacks in the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo
Parliamentarians plan to introduce a private member’s bill seeking an amendment to the constitution