Joseph Rwagatare
Joseph Rwagatare
African Union leaders in a group photo after a general assembly. The African Union (AU) turned 60 on May 25, counting from the formation of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) in 1963.
AU at 60: Time to move from aspiration to actualisation of unity
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Of global warming, doomsday preachers and survival of species
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By inviting SADC forces, Tshisekedi is fanning the flames in the Kivus

One of over 6000 houses that were damaged by the recent disasters Rubavu District. Olivier Mugwiza
Emergencies, Rwandan spirit, and the future
Workers prepare fresh vegetables for export. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Reflections on Labour Day, essence and cost of ceremonies
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Reflections on Labour Day, essence and cost of ceremonies
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Rwanda’s tax reforms: we listen, government tells citizens
The month of April annoys Genocide revisionists like Anjan Sundaram, Michela Wrong, Filip Reyntjens and others. They come out to assault the very idea and purpose of remembering the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
Of demons, vanity and obsession
Eric Mwizerwa delivers his testemony during the commemoration of the Genocide Against the Tutsi on April 7. Courtesy
Dignity and defiance, resolve and resilience at the heart of genocide commemoration
RPF-Inkotanyi members during the congress that took place in the context of celebrating the ruling party’s 35th anniversary on April 2.
Joseph Rwagatare
   Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
At 35, RPF is youthful but also veteran, both reason and recipe for its success
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Rusesabagina: From craving greatness to a quiet life of reflection!
Delegates follow FIFA President Gianni Infantino's speech after the re-election in Kigali. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Keep your bias; we will keep performing, Rwandans tell detractors
Barbara Umuhoza who published her first book titled 'SHAPED' last year. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Once unknown in Rwanda, book industry now growing
Residents who turn up to meet President Paul Kagame during his visit in Nyamasheke District on August 27, 2022. Courtesy
Rwandans do not need outside validation
Regional leaders during a mini-summit DR Congo security situation in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Friday, February 17. Courtesy
How do you deal with the wilfully blind and deaf in DR Congo?
Youths attend a civic education lecture at University of Rwanda. Courtesy
Political parties’ call for political education of Rwanda’s youth timely
DR Congo President Felix Tshisekedi
DR Congo needs help to rein in its destructive leaders
Burundi's minister of public security Alain-Guillaume Bunyoni (C) visits with other officials Ruhagarika village where 26 people were killed by the armed group in northwestern Burundi bordering with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on May 17, 2018, just days before the constitutional referendum that may allow the President Pierre Nkurunziza to remain in power until 2034. (Photo by STR / AFP)
Time to break the vicious cycle of conflict in DRC

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