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Rwandan President Kagame speaks at The St.Gallen Symposium, May 2015

May 17, 2015

Rwandan President Kagame speaks at The St.Gallen Symposium–Small is Beautiful

President Paul Kagame (/kəˈɡɑːm 604 more words

Politics

RWANDA: The New Africa Lite

South Africa is sometimes called Africa Light because, with its generally good physical, organizational and governmental infrastructure, it’s not as heavy of a burden to live life as in some other parts of the continent. 442 more words

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President Museveni urges Africa to exploit alternative energy sources

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has called on Africa to exploit alternative energy sources other than over relying on hydropower. 545 more words

Uganda Tourism

The Other Threat to Rwanda

To consider Rwanda’s journey from the blood-drenched land of genocide that it was in 1994 to the stable, dynamic state it is today is to be awed by a tremendous capacity for human achievement over impossible odds. 686 more words

20 yrs after Rwandan genocide, is Kagame's gov't assassinating critics?

Leave None to Tell the Other Story

20 years after the Rwandan genocide, is Paul Kagame’s government assassinating its critics?

http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2014/04/01/leave_none_to_tell_the_other_story_rwanda_kagame_assassination

When a British friend met up with Patrick Karegeya in a Johannesburg hotel in late 2013, the former Rwandan head of external intelligence appeared to have reached a crisis point. 2,728 more words

Rwanda

Rwanda's Twitter-Gate - the Disinformation Campaign of Africa's Digital President

Analysis

by Susan THOMPSON

17/03/2014

As Rwanda prepares to mark the twentieth anniversary of the 1994 genocide, it has found itself in an unprecedented diplomatic crisis. 1,058 more words

African News

South Africa's patience snaps: diplomatic meltdown with Rwanda and Burindi

South Africa’s government has finally had its patience tested to breaking point.

The activities of Rwanda and Burindi on South African soil have finally gone too far even for Pretoria. 297 more words

Africa