Despite limited resources Kampala’s East Coast Boxing Club has produced a conveyor belt of talented athletes that go on to feature at the Olympics. But COVID has left the gym reeling, putting sporting success and livelihoods on the brink.
A heavily criticised piece of legislation has also stepped up the criminalisation of gay sex.
As Uganda's mountainous ice caps melt, ethnic groups are losing the traditional belief systems that have sustained them for thousands of years.
But the opposition candidate, who lost what he claims was a rigged election last month, said that he would go to “the court of the people of Uganda”.
The move came as human rights abuse claims continue to mount against the country's government.
As Uganda's President Museveni settles into his fourth decade in power, VICE World News spoke to the young voters that Bobi Wine needs to carry on his movement
Museveni is heading into a fourth decade in power and Bobi Wine is under house arrest. But while there have been few celebrations, there are few protests too.
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.