Archive for April, 2011

Frank Kanyesigye–17 April 2011

Nyanza — The remains of 6000 victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi were, yesterday, accorded a decent burial at Nyanza Memorial Centre in Kicukiro District. (more…)

By Paul Brandeis Raushenbush –Religion Editor, Huffington Post

A woman recently loaded her four children into a mini-van and drove it into the Hudson River drowning all but one of her children. (more…)

Friday, 15 April 2011

A visit to Rwanda on 6 April provided the greatest positive shock in this analyst’s professional career.

If you have any doubt that an African country can emulate the best performance seen in emerging Europe or Asia over the past few decades, then please allow us to take you to Kigali to challenge these assumptions. (more…)

By Andrew Mathis, Progressive Geopolitics Examiner–April 15th, 2011

Today’s San Francisco Bay View featured an interview with Peter Erlinder, who is the defense attorney for Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza, who is herself chair of the Unified Democratic Forces, a coalition of Rwandan citizens working since 2006 to challenge the régime of Paul Kagame. (more…)

By Megha Mohan–April 8th, 2011 On BBC

Miles from the Rwandan capital Kigali’s centre, tucked between bustling Senegalese and Ghanaian eateries, street butchers, pavement markets and the odd informal cinema, the Gisimba orphanage is not exactly easy to find. (more…)

By Ngabo Michael–15 April 2011

Susan Thomson has consistently written very damaging articles on Rwanda in the name of ‘constructive criticism’. She always tries to create a misleading impression that she is ‘defending’ Rwandans from the perceived repressive Government, when instead she is attempting to poison unsuspecting minds against Rwanda. (more…)

Ajax students consider Lt.-Gen. Dallaire a hero

Reka Szekely–Apr 15, 2011

AJAX — Some Ajax students met their hero when retired Lieutenant-General Romeo Dallaire visited the school named in his honour on April 14. (more…)