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Human Rights Watch and Other Vultures Surrounding Kizito’s Death

Human Rights Watch and Other Vultures Surrounding Kizito’s Death

Lately, it appears attacking Rwanda is the easiest way for news agencies and journalists to sell a story to their unsuspecting audiences and for unscrupulous Human Rights organizations to fundraise…

China, Rwanda jointly fight against COVID-19 for a Community with Shared Future

China, Rwanda jointly fight against COVID-19 for a Community with Shared Future

The year 2020 is extraordinary and significant for China, Rwanda and the whole world. As the Covid-19 is still raging around the world, China and Rwanda have been working…

Kitty Kurth’s Desperation

Kitty Kurth’s Desperation

Kitty Kurth, the President of “Kurth Lampe Worldwide Ideas, Delivered,” a strategic communications firm, and spokesperson of the Rusesabagina’s foundation, seems to be running out of ideas since the…

Two Decades of A Shared Journey Toward  New Heights in the New Era

Two Decades of A Shared Journey Toward New Heights in the New Era

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC). On 12 October, President Xi Jinping and President Macky Sall of Senegal, the…

World Mental Health Day: Let’s Break the Silence. “Say No More Stigma On Mental Health issues!”

World Mental Health Day: Let’s Break the Silence. “Say No More Stigma On Mental Health issues!”

As we join the world to observe the World Mental Health on October 10, 2020, let all of us commit to spread the word about the issue. As far as…

American Academic Spitting Mad Due to British Journalist’s Book on Genocide Denialism

American Academic Spitting Mad Due to British Journalist’s Book on Genocide Denialism

A US academic, Susan Thomson has weighed in on the arrest of Paul Rusesabagina with a lengthy piece of writing that is titled “how not to write about the Rwandan…

Why The New York Times Got It Wrong On the Rusesabagina Story

Why The New York Times Got It Wrong On the Rusesabagina Story

When I read The New York Times’ big article on the arrest of Paul Rusesabagina last Friday, I did so through the lenses of a student and practitioner of journalism…

Africa in Motion: Accelerating the Continent’s Digital Future   

Africa in Motion: Accelerating the Continent’s Digital Future  

As a continent with very high potential for growing economies, how can African countries accelerate their digital adoption and leapfrog into a new era of socio-economic prosperity? This could…

The Significance of the National Security Law  for Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

The Significance of the National Security Law for Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

On June 30th 2020,the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress adopted the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in Hong Kong…

UK Cannot Question HK Security Law

UK Cannot Question HK Security Law

LI MIN/CHINA DAILY The Law of the People’s Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region was passed unanimously at the…

Mr. President, Living Western Lifestyle On Rwandan Salaries Is The Reason We Steal

Mr. President, Living Western Lifestyle On Rwandan Salaries Is The Reason We Steal

President Paul Kagame is one of a kind. For the good he has helped Rwanda achieve he is loved, he is revered, he is praised, all pretty much genuinely. That…

Kwibohora: A Call for the Youth to Be Part of The Solution 

Kwibohora: A Call for the Youth to Be Part of The Solution 

Recently, I visited Rweru, a model village and home to 110 families in Bugesera district, Eastern Province and stories on how survivors and perpetrators are living in harmony,  breaking stereotypes…