“Rwanda has been such a good surprise for me,” was all a vividly confounded Angolan journalist, Maria Luisa de Carvalho-Rogerio, could say as we drove from the Kigali International Airport on the night of August 24, ahead of the opening of an international conference on gender and media, last week. Continue reading
By Maximilian C. Forte– August 31, 2011
Since Colonel Gaddafi has lost his military hold in the war against NATO and the insurgents/rebels/new regime, numerous talking heads have taken to celebrating this war as a “success”. They believe this is a “victory of the Libyan people” and that we should all be celebrating. Continue reading
Na: Ndahiro Tom
Waba ukeneye kumenya amazina y’abajenosideri bakidegembya mu mahanga?
Ukeneye se no kumenya amazina y’abashinzwe cyangwa abiyemeje kwamamaza ingengabitekerezo ya jenoside?
Waba se ukeneye kumenya ihuriro ry’inshuti z’abajenosideri zirimo Abanyamerika, Abanya-Canada, Ababiligi, Abafaransa abo muri Cameroun…? Continue reading
IFC et la Banque mondiale ont publié aujourd’hui un rapport affirmant que si les meilleures règlementations et procédures est-africaines étaient mises en œuvre à tous les niveaux, l’environnement réglementaire des entreprises en Afrique de l’Est, tel que mesuré par le rapport, serait comparable à celui du Japon. Continue reading
By: Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe
Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe outlines the origins of what he terms the genocide-state in Africa, going back to the Igbo genocide of 1966 to describe the character of modern-day states. Continue reading
ZIMBABWEAN police have issued an arrest warrant for Rwandan genocide suspect Propais Mpiranya, reports said.
Stung by criticism by prosecutors for a special United Nations court that it was harbouring one of the world’s most wanted mass murderers, Zimbabwe appears to have caved in to pressure. Continue reading
By Andrew Mwenda
In an ethnically diverse state, change in government is not change in governance; it’s replacement of one looting coalition by another. Continue reading