Paul Kagame

 
Kagame could be the next Mandela ― if he steps down
Kagame could be the next Mandela ― if he steps down
This year, Africa got rare good news when Liberia’s president, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf was announced winner of the Mo Ibrahim Prize for Good...
AU summit host warns of 'security failings' in Sahel after Mali attacks
AU summit host warns of 'security failings' in Sahel after Mali attacks
Security is set to top the agenda at an African Union summit on Monday, after host Mauritania warned of regional security failings in the face of...
Letters to the Editor: May 25 to 31
Letters to the Editor: May 25 to 31
I am a 23-year-old woman, who was an Equal Education member from 2008 to 2013.
Before visiting Rwanda, there are a few things Arsenal fans should know
Before visiting Rwanda, there are a few things Arsenal fans should know
Arsenal has a new shirt sponsor: Rwanda. The Rwandan Development Board has inked a deal with the famous English football club, who from next season...
African start-ups draw interest after slow start
African start-ups draw interest after slow start
African high-tech startups are minuscule compared with their US and European peers but they are finally gaining momentum and attention in some of...
The assassination of Gezahegn Gebremeskel: Who killed the Ethiopian activist?
The assassination of Gezahegn Gebremeskel: Who killed the Ethiopian activist?
Zagbo Pascal saw it happen. He was on the corner of Kerk and Polly streets in downtown Johannesburg, hanging out with some friends, when a single...
Rwanda can’t achieve reconciliation without fixing its democracy
Rwanda can’t achieve reconciliation without fixing its democracy
This month Rwanda marks 24 years since the genocide that left almost...
The dictator’s dilemma: How to succeed at succession
The dictator’s dilemma: How to succeed at succession
Have dictators finally had their day? From retirements to coups d’etat, presidential term limits and opposition candidates winning elections,...
SA, Rwanda clash over AU reforms
SA, Rwanda clash over AU reforms
Tensions between South Africa and Rwanda over African Union reforms threaten to derail plans to make the continental body more effective and...
Beware of superpowers bearing gifts
Beware of superpowers bearing gifts
The African Union as we know it today is only possible thanks to the generosity of others.
Why Rwanda’s development model wouldn’t work elsewhere in Africa
Why Rwanda’s development model wouldn’t work elsewhere in Africa
Rwanda is often touted as an example of what African states could achieve if only they were better governed. Out of the ashes of a horrific...

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