South Africa May Deport Ugandan Gay Activist
Several non-governmental organisations believe Ugandan medical doctor and human rights activist Paul Nsubuga Semugoma's life may be in danger if he is deported from South Africa to his home country.
South Africa: Gay Rights Doctor Avoids Deportation to Uganda
GroundUp, 20 February 2014
Release Paul Nsubuga Semugoma. That was the essence of a court order against the Minister of Home Affairs yesterday. Yet, Home Affairs proceeded to attempt to deport him after the… Read more »
SAnews.gov.za, 20 February 2014
The Department of Home Affairs is in the process of filing and serving an application for leave to appeal the South Gauteng High Court interim order granted on Tuesday in… Read more »
Protesters against Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Bill (file photo).
New Vision, 17 September 2008
A few years ago, a patient told me he was homosexual. He was also HIV-positive, and it was a challenge to counsel him. Read more »
Uganda: HIV: Don't Ignore Homosexuals
New Vision, 6 July 2005
HE was young: in his mid 20s, medium height and unremarkable. He had recently been diagnosed HIV-positive. We talked, took tests and discussed the results. And then, he told me he… Read more »