The current situation for the over 200 indigenous families (1500 people) formerly evicted from Rwamutonga, Hoima District, is characterized by major problems, and it has been thus, since their return on their land in February this year, the residents claim. A recent visit by a team from ActionAid Uganda found a suffering hungry humanity, sleeping […]
Government is amending the Mining Act 2003, with a draft policy being reviewed to ready it for presentation before cabinet. Key among the twenty objectives of the Draft Mining and Mineral Policy 2016 is addressing the issue of artisanal miners.
A group of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) working in the areas of Oil Governance and Transparency have implored government to end to secrecy in the oil sub sector.
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The evicted Rwamutonga residents have returned to land from which they were evicted two years ago, Oil in Uganda has established.