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Finally, Rwanda gets the apology it is owed

The church had refused to  acknowledge, let alone apologise for,  its notorious role in setting the stage for, enabling and ultimately participating in the genocide By Gerald Caplan April 7 marked  the 23rd anniversary of the genocide of Rwanda’s Tutsi by the country’s Hutu majority, and the Roman Catholic Church …

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Does art immortalise?

There is urgency of this message in Zulu’s works If there is a word Rwanda artists Mohamed Ndabaye, who is also known by his artistic name Zulu, likes to use when describing why he paints, it is “to immortalise”. “I created this painting to celebrate the joy of motherhood and …

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Rwanda can’t be shaken

Kagame targets those working against nation in Kwibuka speech President Kagame has said that those struggling with understanding their responsibility and creating problems for Rwandans will not stop the country from progressing. Speaking on April 07 during events to mark the beginning of the mourning week, President Paul Kagame said …

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Kigali hosts top scientists

President launches Ecosystem of Pan-African transformation The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), in partnership with the Government of Rwanda, recently announced the launch of AIMS in Rwanda, a world class ecosystem of pan-African transformation through mathematical sciences. The official launch took place at the Kigali Convention Centre (KCC), with …

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RWANDA: Rescued albinos

Rejected by father, these boys found voice in music It’s one thing to be born. It’s quite another to be born different. Grace Uwingabiye discovered this in 1993 when she produced her first child – an albino.  The following year, another one came; also an albino. The first one was …

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