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arrowRwanda and the New Lions of Africa
As the world economy continues to stagnate, a story of hope is unfolding on my continent. Nine out of 15 of the world’s fastest growing countries today are African. Over the past decade, the (...)

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arrowInterview: First Lady on Rwanda’s new women
The first lady of Rwanda explains how her country is defining itself post-genocide and the role Rwandan women are playing in the healing of society and the building of a nation. Madame Jeannette (...)

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arrowAt almost 100, Zura still has a vivid memory of 1994 killings
At 95, Zura Karuhimbi is frail and almost senile. However, she has a sharp memory of events that happened 19 years ago when the Interahamwe militia wreaked havoc in the country. Ms Zura is a (...)

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arrowLe Prophete: Myr Bimenyimana agiye gufata ibyemezo
Mu gitondo cya none ku ya 4 Gashyantare 2013 Umuvugizi wavuganye na Musenyeri Jean Damascene BIMENYIMANA uyobora diyoseze ya Cyangugu. Ntibyari byoroshye kuko twavuganye atifuza ko tuvugana, (...)

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arrowParliament is not a rubber stamp-Speaker
Rose Mukantabana is Rwanda’s first Speaker of Parliament. The Independent’s Ostine Arinaitwe interviewed her about the role and its challenges as Rwanda plans parliamentary elections in September. (...)

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arrowFrom Rwanda to Mali: France’s chequered history in Africa
By Bronwyn Winter Why the French intervention in Mali? Last week, French daily Le Monde asked this question of André Bourgeot, specialist on Sub-Saharan Africa with France’s National Centre for (...)

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arrowRwanda: a country of interest
Rwanda today has been dubbed Africa’s biggest success story. The first person to draw my attention to the country and its president Paul Kagame was Dr. Lillian Wong. That was about six years ago. (...)

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arrowThe Secret of Rwanda: Pushing Leadership down the Line
In Rwanda, even ballpoint pens hold emotional lessons. John Fox remembers the moment a traveling companion handed one to a child on a trek back from a gorilla refuge in Virunga National Park. The (...)

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arrowA Streetcar Named Dignity
In the popular play A Streetcar Named Desire, Blanche DuBois boards a tram to escape her past. She has lost the family home, been fired from her job and tries desperately to conceal her alcohol (...)

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arrowRPF and Rwanda’s long walk to freedom and dignity
TWENTY five years after the birth of the Rwandese Patriotic Front, or its reconfiguration as a militant front for national liberation, you have to give it to the men and women who conceived the (...)

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