President Museveni must reprioritize so that Uganda’s natural resource assets are developed for the benefit of Ugandan citizens—not in spite of them.read more
The provisions on royalties, if not properly handled, will cause conflicts between the recipient districts, local governments and the cultural or traditional institutions.read more
A group of Ugandan and Tanzanian journalists recently visited Mtwara region in Southern Tanzania, as part of a training for extractives industry reporting conducted by the African Center for Media Excellence with funding support from the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI).read more
This is my rejoinder to an article that appeared in The Daily Monitor newspaper last week
In a complete turnaround to what he promised the mining industry last year, President
Seventy-year old Beatrice Ngonzebwa balances her frail body with difficulty as she walks
Last week, international campaigner Global Witness released a report exposing the details of
A (usually small) company that prospects for oil in areas where there has been little or no previous exploration. If wildcatter companies strike oil they usually sell their rights over it to bigger players and move on.