AFRICA NEWS: Uganda: Cambridge University to Return Uganda’s Historic Artifacts
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AFRICA NEWS: Uganda: Cambridge University to Return Uganda’s Historic Artifacts

The University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in England will return historical artifacts to Uganda National Museum in Kampala. These items were donated by Rev John Roscoe, a British anthropologist. Roscoe (1861-1932) was a missionary from the Anglican Missionary Society to East Africa. In 1884, he travelled to what became the British Protectorate…

AFRICA NEWS: Uganda: Writers ignore risks to criticize, Provoke Museveni
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AFRICA NEWS: Uganda: Writers ignore risks to criticize, Provoke Museveni

Kampala, Uganda — The Ugandan government is known for cracking down on writers who express strong dissent to President Yoweri Museveni, who has ruled the African country for 35 years. Two writers have recently written provocative pieces critical of the president, despite the dangers. An erotic poem written by Ashaba Annah on Facebook for Museveni…

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