Twenty years after the genocide, Rwandaâ€™s health system is showing drastic improvements.
A Rwandan national and three Tanzanians have been jailed for a failed attempt to assassinate exiled Rwandan general Kayumba Nyamwasa in South Africa.
A summit in the capital city will seek to discover how Rwanda has become the only country in the world with more female than male parliamentarians.
So much of the world is familiar with ice cream that it is difficult to imagine discovering it for the first time, as these Rwandan women did.
As relations between SA and Rwanda turn sour, Rwanda's president Paul Kagame was not at Jacob Zuma's inauguration at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.
Rwanda's police have called a Human Rights Watch report that documents an increase in the number of people missing in the country "false".
The French justice minister will not attend commemorations marking 20th anniversary of genocide, after Paul Kagame's comments.
In an interview to mark the 20th anniversary of the 1994 genocide, Paul Kagame has criticised France for its "direct role" in the mass killings.
Government staff in Rwanda appear to be using fake accounts to harass journalists on Twitter.
Pretoria and Kigali have agreed to work out a diplomatic row sparked by attacks on Rwandan dissidents exiled in Johannesburg.
Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane says proper procedures were followed earlier this month when South Africa expelled three Rwandan diplomats.
Tensions remain high as a top adviser to Rwandan President Paul Kagame derides the leadership of South Africa's "meddling" president.
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Following Pretoria's expulsion of Rwandan diplomats, Jeff Radebe has warned that SA won't "be used as a springboard to do illegal activities".
The international relations department has remained silent following the expulsion of six of its diplomats from Rwanda.
SA has expelled three Rwandan diplomats linked to a raid on an exiled general's Johannesburg home while Rwanda reacted by ordering out six SA envoys.
South Africa and Rwanda have both issued diplomatic expulsions as a row escalated over the attempted assassination of an exiled Rwandan general.
Rwanda President Paul Kagame has seemed to hint at involvement in the death of former spy chief Patrick Karegeya but SA would not respond.