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Know Your Cat Family: A Leopard Is Mourned, But A Serval Cat Died

Know Your Cat Family: A Leopard Is Mourned, But A Serval Cat Died

It caught the imagination of many, a family trapped indoors, staying clear of an uninvited visitor, believed to have been a Leopard. But not all spotted cats are Leopards. It…

God Slows The Setting of The Sun For Garima and Time Travel To 2013

God Slows The Setting of The Sun For Garima and Time Travel To 2013

 It cast a deadly pall on the Chinese ‘Chunjie’ or Lunar New Year, to say the least, and nine months later, Ethiopians had to project their voices through face masks…

Paul Rusesabagina At Home and Face To Face With His True Self

Paul Rusesabagina At Home and Face To Face With His True Self

There is a yawning chasm between the oft repeated assertions about Rwanda, and the country as it really is. Few events could have been better designed to expose this distance…

Genocide Denial for 21st Century: Kambanda’s Attempts to Rewrite History

Genocide Denial for 21st Century: Kambanda’s Attempts to Rewrite History

Should a man serving a life sentence for inciting and leading the mass murder of over a million men, women and children be allowed to publish a book in which…

Left To Deliver, Murdered in Cold Blood: The Story of One of Genocide Victims In Kivugiza Mass Graves

Left To Deliver, Murdered in Cold Blood: The Story of One of Genocide Victims In Kivugiza Mass Graves

During the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi, Kampogo Beltilde, a genocide survivor and resident of Kivugiza, Nyamirambo sector in Kigali was living in Gisenyi, current Rubavu district where her husband was…

Covid-19, Rwandans Have Learnt to Forego ‘Hobe’, Can They Learn To Queue?

Covid-19, Rwandans Have Learnt to Forego ‘Hobe’, Can They Learn To Queue?

Last Wednesday’s virtual cabinet meeting, took the decision to tighten the measures against SARS-COV-2, following the initial relaxation, which included ending lockdown. The need to increase strictness…

Rwanda in 2050: 70% of Rwandans Will Be Living in Urban Centres

Rwanda in 2050: 70% of Rwandans Will Be Living in Urban Centres

“Quality of Life” is the first item among the five pillars of Rwanda’s vision 2050 which started this year to usher the country to a middle income economy status…

James Ngarambe, the Engineer with a Dream to Become the Next Dangote

James Ngarambe, the Engineer with a Dream to Become the Next Dangote

In 2006, he tried to join the army in Uganda but he failed, he had earlier on tried cattle business and failed. He tried to venture into mining and agriculture…

MASS: Meet The Men, Women Who Have Changed The Face of Architecture In Rwanda and Beyond

MASS: Meet The Men, Women Who Have Changed The Face of Architecture In Rwanda and Beyond

When the new normal in education starts, students who enrolled at the African Leadership University (ALU) Kigali Campus will not return to their Kimihurura rented space in a commercial building…

The UK And Africa, A Reset of The Relationship

The UK And Africa, A Reset of The Relationship

Few nations of the Western hemisphere have a more established relationship with Africa, than The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, or as it is commonly known,  the…

Our Parents Paid the Ultimate Price to Liberate Us – Tom Close

Our Parents Paid the Ultimate Price to Liberate Us – Tom Close

One good day of 1984, the couple of Edward Karangwa and Faith  Grace Dukuze in Masindi town, Western Uganda, were blessed with a baby boy and they called him Thomas…

Inyambo, Expulsion From Heaven and Other Rwanda Reflections

Inyambo, Expulsion From Heaven and Other Rwanda Reflections

Rwandan greetings are a formal affair, an embrace to symbolise esteem and affinity with the other person, followed by good wishes, variously for a long life, children, who are considered…