VICE World News spoke with young people in one of Kampala's largest slums to discover what they hope the election will bring.
VICE World News speaks to the former Ugandan musician who has faced arrest, torture and assassination attempts in his bid to become Africa's youngest president.
Facing an internet savvy challenger to the Presidency, Uganda’s government has ordered the internet shutdown until further notice.
Uganda's President Museveni and his party have accused opponents of being funded by "gay money," while opposition challenger Bobi Wine has tried to walk back past homophobic remarks.
With transphobia ubiquitous in Uganda’s healthcare system and endocrinologists too expensive, women have set up their own support groups to help.
VICE World News spoke to multiple survivors in Uganda who said corruption was undermining police investigations into sexual assault.
Dozens of journalists were watching live as police fired shots in the air.
While some movements flamed out, activists across the continent, particularly young women, can take pride in the changes they began to bring about.
Gregg Schoof claimed the Rwandan government had "taken a stand against God with its heathen practices" before being arrested last year.
The 38-year-old opposition leader, Bobi Wine, has faced multiple arrests as he takes on the country's five-term leader, Yoweri Museveni.
“The people here that decide to operate a home, they get unsuspecting people to pay. And they use donated money to make themselves richer.”