The self-described "prophet" is shown ordering his followers to the front of the church to be whipped or they had to stop attending services and lose the privilege of handling his microphone.
Rwanda has opened the main Gatuna crossing post after three years, as a step towards repairing ties that had been soured by various rival accusations of espionage, abductions and meddling.
Uganda has ordered millions of students back to the classroom nearly two years after learning was suspended because of the Covid pandemic.
At least three people killed and scores wounded, with more casualties expected after two blasts hit Kampala in what is suspected to be a coordinated attack.
Kampala receives 51 refugees following a request from Washington to temporarily host people fleeing Afghanistan, with officials saying the country will shelter up to 2,000 people fleeing the Taliban takeover.
Four attackers on motorcycles opened fire at a vehicle carrying General Katumba Wamala, the minister of works and transport, in the Kampala suburb of Kiasasi, local news reports.
Opposition lawmaker Medard Sseggona says he fears police will seize vital information related to elections that Wine said were marked by fraud.
Uganda’s opposition presidential candidate Bobi Wine tweeted the military forcefully entered his house after he earlier claimed he had video proof of fraud in Thursday’s presidential election.
US envoy to Uganda says Thursday's vote will lack accountability and transparency, while Kampala hits back saying it couldn't remember when it last sent election monitors to US.
At least seven people have been killed in protests sparked by the arrest of Ugandan opposition presidential hopeful and musician Robert Kyagulanyi, also known as Bobi Wine.
Not everyone has access to computers and the internet to continue attending school from home.
The entire continent's promising outlook for 2020 will have to be revised.
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