It says the international community has failed to recognise and stem the persecution of Rwandan refugees and critics of the Kagame regime
There is growing evidence of women across the continent facing online disinformation campaigns
A classified FBI report confirms that US law enforcement has long known of Rwandan intelligence operations against civilians on its soil
Mozambique and Rwanda’s new deal comes after 19 people ‘agreed’ to return home
With regional forces retaking Cabo Delgado, insurgents turn their attention inland
While Kagame has won praise for bringing stability and economic growth to Rwanda, he has also come under fire for cracking down on political freedoms.
Paul Rusesabagina — credited with saving hundreds of lives during the Rwandan genocide — was recently found guilty of terrorism, after being ‘tricked’ into custody by the Kagame regime
Responding to widespread claims that France is funding Rwandan forces, the president says ‘no one is sponsoring’ his army
But experts doubt the South African intelligence community has the capacity even to establish whether Ramaphosa’s phone was compromised
The countries offering training are the SADC, Italy, France, Portugal, Spain and the United States while it appears that Rwanda ‘has plans to deploy’
Michela Wrong debunks the myth of Rwanda as a model developmental state and a poster child for Western aid, the theme of her latest book
The damning Muse report, commissioned by the Rwandan government, labels France a ‘collaborator’ of the Hutu regime, but falls short of labelling the country as complicit
In mere months, Moderna transformed an old Polaroid factory in America into a state-of-the-art vaccine-production centre. Why can’t we do the same?
‘The only thing they want is for us to sing the praises of President Kagame,’ said Kizito Mihigo, in one of the last interviews before his death.
Governments across sub-Saharan Africa violently pursue exiles abroad. Democracies must push back
Explosive witness testimony from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda implicates Paul Kagame and the RPF in mass killings before, during and after the 1994 genocide.
The United States has never been shy to pass judgment on African elections. What does it look like when Africa passes judgment on America’s chaotic vote?
Too often, governments talk the talk on gender equality, but fail to walk the walk
Four former heads of state speak about what being president is actually like
What might Africa look like in the wake of the pandemic? There’s enough change happening to keep both optimists happy and pessimists glum
The latest member of the benevolent billionaires club could learn from what his peers have done right — and wrong
Negotiators are scrambling to meet the July 1 deadline for the world’s second-biggest trading agreement, which could boost continental trade
President Félix Tshisekedi should abandon plans to invite neighbouring militaries into the eastern DRC
Minister of Home Affairs Aaron Motsoaledi has defended the new amendments to the Refugees Act that came into effect at the beginning of the year, saying they serve to tie up loose ends and fill gaps that led to regulation abuse. But they have been met with an avalanche of criticism citing human rights. The […]
The distrust between the presidents has burst into the open in recent months, with the pair trading accusations of harmful nature against each other
Elected in 2016 by defeating the preferred successor of Thomas Boni Yayi, Patrice Talon won the top job without a traditional political power base
This new framework can be used to resolve past violent conflicts as well as to sustain peace and development in Africa
As we commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, we cannot keep excusing the crimes of Rwanda’s current government
Will Paul Kagame be able to sustain the momentum and ensure the implementation of his continental plans?
Algeria places a particular premium on the policy of deradicalisation by quelling violent extremism
The evidence is conclusive: over and over again, democrats trump dictators
Zukiswa Wanner explores Rwanda’s ongoing attempts toward equal dignity.