Rwandan government

 
Secondhand clothes are going out of style
Secondhand clothes are going out of style
In Kenya, it’s mitumba. In Rwanda, chagua. In eastern Zambia, salaula. Most African languages have a word for them:...
Keeping the peace: Life in Rwanda post genocide
Keeping the peace: Life in Rwanda post genocide
Any urbanite, even a Capetonian, will reach for their camera at the sight of the landscape of Rwanda, known as the land of a thousand hills. Standing...
French police arrest Rwandan genocide suspect
French police arrest Rwandan genocide suspect
French police have arrested a former officer in the Rwandan army, Marcel Bivugabagabo, accused of taking part in the 1994 genocide, an association...
UK man helped plan Rwandan genocide, court told
UK man helped plan Rwandan genocide, court told
A British citizen was personally involved in organising the deaths of thousands of people during the Rwandan genocide, a London court heard on...
Kenya freezes assets of Rwanda genocide suspect
Kenya freezes assets of Rwanda genocide suspect
The Nairobi government froze the Kenyan assets of the most wanted suspect in Rwanda's genocide on Tuesday.
Central Africa quake toll rises
Central Africa quake toll rises
The death toll from a series of earthquakes that hit Central Africa rose on Monday to 43 as a major aid operation for hundreds of injured and...
Rwanda warns Hutu rebels in the DRC
Rwanda warns Hutu rebels in the DRC
Rwanda has made a thinly veiled threat to send its troops back into eastern Democratic Republic of Congo after accusing the government in Kinshasa...
France to invest €400-million in SA
France to invest €400-million in SA
France is to invest about €400-million in the next four years to help South Africa with service delivery, job creation and environmental and...

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