Rwanda is shaking off its violent past and young content creators- writers, bloggers, filmmakers, journalists- are trying to tell the world that Rwanda is more than a post-genocide nation. I took a trip to Rwanda a few months ago to meet some of the young people.
If the only thing you know about Rwanda is the 1994 genocide, you’ve got a long way to go. Rwanda has earned a gold star for encouraging women to occupy […]
One of the best hashtags ever! Remember? The hashtag grabbed the attentions of millions of people. I was certainly one of them. It all started in July 2015. […]
As Rwanda sought to rebuild after the horrors of the 1994 genocide, its development strategy emphasised science and technology. Romain Murenzi, who served as Rwanda’s science minister for eight years, […]
WASHINGTON DC (IRIN) – The African diaspora and migrants have for years been instrumental in helping family and friends at home get by, as huge annual remittance flows illustrate, but their contributions beyond […]
Three years after Barack Hussein Obama was sworn in as the 44th president of the United States on January 20, 2009, many Africans have fallen out of love with the […]