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Help Love the Kids to build a library

Jean-Claude Muhire is  raising money to build a library for children and youth in Rwanda. Please help Jean Claude with…

Rwanda: commemorating the genocide

Yesterday, Rwanda commemorated the 25th anniversary of the 100-day genocide, when 800,000 people were killed. The President together with leaders…

Rwanda-Uganda border closure creates logistics nightmare

“Rwandans are strongly advised not to travel to Uganda for their own safety. We had issues of security with those…

Rwanda restricts trucks from Uganda at border

” Cargo trucks from Uganda have been blocked from crossing into Rwanda at Gatuna, also known as Katuna, to pave…

To make real progress, we must go back to 800BC

“Nothing much is happening in the villages, where most voters still live but which people are leaving in ever larger…

Are African leaders good in dancing?

AllAfrica decided to compare Teresa May’ dancing performance with those of George Weah (Liberia), Uhuru Kenyatta (Kenya), Emmerson Mnangagwa (Zimbabwe),…

Rwandan Coffee Farmers Seek Govt Support as Coffee Price Falls

” The income that coffee farmers earn from the produce is set to reduce after the farmgate price for a…

Rwanda is Winning Malaria Fight

” Following the malaria contingency plan that was put in place in 2016, severe cases of malaria and mortality have…

Rumours of war: When the smoke clears, what’s emerging is more like a game of chess

Absolutely brilliant article by CHARLES ONYANGO-OBBO https://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/ea/War-drums-in-EAC-or-a-game-of-chess/4552908-4985578-xeb8jsz/index.html You may also be interested in: EAC summit finally takes off amid discord What…

Call for innovative projects: Culture at Work Africa

Culture at Work Africa has announced a call for “innovative on-the-ground projects aiming at developing safe and neutral spaces for…

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