Nine Corruption Scandals That Shook Uganda

Uganda has been plagued by corruption scandals which have left billions of public funds allegedly misappropriated or lost. The latest scandal is the disappearance of millions of donor funds that saw several officials in the prime minister's office implicated.

VIDEO: Corruption Activists Mourn Laxity of Law in Uganda

Anti corruption activists are expected on the streets tomorrow to protest their dissatisfaction of how alleged corruption cases are handled.The most ... see more »

Photo: New Vision

Former health minister Jim Muhwezi and his deputy Capt. Mike Mukula were in the middle of the 2008 Global Fund scandal.


  • Uganda:  From Corruption to Organised Crime

    The Independent, 11 November 2012

    President Museveni's earlier tolerance for corruption allowed the vice to mature: read more »

  • Uganda:  Experts Offer Solutions to Corruption

    New Vision, 11 November 2012

    The cost of corrution is enormous. According to the 2005 World Bank survey, Uganda loses an estimated sh510b a year through corruption, while the Global Integrity Report of 2006 ... read more »

  • Uganda:  Who Will Fight Corruption?

    The Independent, 10 November 2012

    With billions in stolen funds, the thieves are in a position to compromise investigations, prosecution and judgment read more »

  • Uganda:  300,000 Civil Servants Haven't Received October Salaries

    New Vision, 9 November 2012

    About 300,000 public servants on the Government payroll have not been paid last month's salary. This follows the ongoing investigations into the ghost pensioners' scam in the ... read more »

  • Uganda:  Ministers Set to Hear Fate Over Sh14 Billion Funds Lost

    New Vision, 9 November 2012

    The Anti-Corruption Court today decides whether the three Cabinet Ministers charged with causing loss of sh14 billion CHOGM funds have a case to answer. read more »