Beneath the surface of life in Nakivale, tensions simmer between Ugandan communities and the growing numbers of incomers.
The movie tells the story of first genocide trial in history and the women who overcame their fear to testify about the atrocities.
Before the genocide, France was Rwanda's main Western backer.
The World Economic Forum Africa summit merely reinforced extractive-industry and high-tech myths
Some forum session are closed door for no discernible reason—why shutter a discussion about improving Africa’s trade competitiveness?
As Rwanda hosts WEF Africa, 10 things you may not have known about this small nation punching above its weight
Punching far above its weight - following through - implementation - Africa's doer
Fred Swaniker: The thinking behind ‘audacious’ African Leadership University, and how Africa can design its future
Africa is rising, and so are its fortunes. We should seize this opportunity to plan for our future. Rethinking education must be at the heart of this.
If Rwanda could recover from a genocide that killed nearly one million people, and becoming an example, then "anyone can make it”
Firm was established in 1998 as a special-purpose vehicle which, among other things, arranged transportation for government leaders
Key projects in energy and education top the investment list
Bihozagara was arrested on December 4, 2015 in Bujumbura, where he had travelled for business and to visit family
Burundi ruling party accuses Rwanda of 'exporting' genocide, also criticises foreign journalists and Catholic church
Ruling party leader also claimed that some European governments supply arms and funds to Rwandan leader
Burundi most miserable nation in world, report says. Togo, Benin, Rwanda, Guinea, Liberia, Tanzania, doing badly too
The World Happiness Report seeks to quantify happiness as a means of making societies healthier and more efficient
As Senegal hosts key meeting, Africa’s brain drain numbers show Rwanda, Zambia, Ethiopia holding on to their best talents
Talent matters if a country is to shine economically. But some African countries just do it better than others.
Burundi calls for talks with Rwanda over alleged rebel training; Kigali unlikely to take it seriously
Burundi’s first vice president said on national television Sudan has suggested it could play a mediation role
'In Rwanda we're safe. I don't see anywhere else to go', Burundi refugee says after Kigali says will relocate them
Rwanda is thought to be reacting to accusations by both the Bujumbura government and UN experts that it's training and arming Burundi refugees
Burundian refugees allegedly provided details of their military training in Rwandan forest camps
Somaliland set to become first country in the world to use iris-recognition software in an election!
Burkina Faso held its first truly democratic vote, and Tanzania had its most competitive elections since its transition to multiparty rule