Africa's heads of state have paid tribute to former president Nelson Mandela, who they say shaped democracy on the continent.
Rwanda ruling party, the Rwandan Patriotic Front, has won 40 of the 53 parliamentary seats open to political parties in the country's elections.
Paul Kagame's RPF, which has run the country since ending the genocide nearly 20 years ago, are headed for a predicted landslide win.
Rwanda's president has denied backing accused Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda, saying his challenge to a senior US official proves his innocence.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame will not attend Saturday's summit in Uganda seeking a solution to the conflict in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Rwanda's President Paul Kagame has spoken out against his critics who claim he is a dictator and behind a rebel group destabilising the DRC.
Tony Blair and Bill Clinton heap praise on Rwanda's President Paul Kagame, but his halo is beginning to slip and citizens are starting to notice.
According to the 2012-2013 report, the world's most competitive country is, believe it or not, Switzerland. Huh, you shrug, Switzerland?
A top opposition figure in the DRC wanted by the government on treason charges is seeking asylum in the South African embassy in neighbouring Burundi.
Just a few hours after Meles Zenawi's death was announced, British prime ministers - past and present - were queueing to pay tribute.
Southern African leaders on Saturday slammed Rwanda for supporting rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo as a threat to regional stability.
Like many a tinpot dictator, Malema is courting Euro love. Careful, Juju! They'll be nice now, but all running dogs of euro-capitalism eventually end badly.
The UK has followed measures by the US and Netherlands after a UN report accused Rwanda of arming rebels in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Alarm bells have been ringing in Washington and London over Rwanda's clampdown on internal freedoms, writes David Smith.
The head of the US war crimes office has warned Rwanda's leaders they could face prosecution for arming groups responsible for atrocities in the DRC.
Now that Rwanda's Gacaca courts has completed their mandate, the fear that has so far kept the peace must give way to trust, writes Jan Hofmeyr.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame has criticised Western powers for not arresting or extraditing suspected killers in the countries 1994 genocide.
Days before an exiled Rwandan army general was shot and wounded in SA, two suspects were plotting another attempt on his life, a court witness says.
A French report has cleared Paul Kagame's aides of a plane attack that killed French nationals and was one of the catalysts of the Rwandan genocide.
Journalists, on the other hand, are daunted by the responsibilities that would come with self-regulation.