Posts Tagged ‘Paul Kagame’

As the genocide perpetrators regrouped in the fall of 1994 to pursue their cause from their base in the refugee camps of eastern Zaire, they were fortunate to have friends in the Europe who were ready, able and willing to help on the crucial media front. (more…)

By James Munyaneza

Rwanda has repatriated more than 3.3 million of its citizens since 1994, with just about 70,000 still regarding themselves refugees in various countries. (more…)

By Anthony Njagi

Referred to as the Land of a Thousand Hills, Rwanda is a beautiful green country. The capital, Kigali, is well paved and very clean, as is the countryside. (more…)

By Vexnews

Naive Greens party WA Senator Ludlam has stumbled into an embarrassing international row involving Rwanda and appears to have taken in by a scammer who is the self-styled leader of the unregistered “Rwandan Greens” party. (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 Masimba Tafirenyika–From Africa Renewal, April 2011, page 18

A luxury commuter bus pulls up by the kerb to pick up passengers. A young woman quickly jumps in, retrieves a smart card from her wallet and swipes it against a machine next to the driver. A buzzer approves the swipe and the woman takes a seat by the window. (more…)

10 April 2011

Bujumbura — More than 800 Rwandans living in Burundi kicked off activities to mark the 17th Commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi at the Islamic Cultural Centre in the capital, Bujumbura. (more…)