Monthly Archives: October 2011

From songs of despair to songs of hope

If you were tuned into Radio Rwanda last Sunday morning (October 16th 2011), you must have heard them: two songs about Kigali that played one after the other. The anchorperson in the studio may have had his/her reasons for playing … Continue reading

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Rwanda is speaking – is Lantos Human Rights Commission listening?

An American human rights organisation, Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, is set to recognise Paul Rusesabagina this coming month for having been “his brothers’ keeper” during the 1994 genocide. It will be recalled that the brothers in question were 1,268 … Continue reading

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In this land, 1st October is a landmark date

As a friend considered last 1st October a big deal, so should every single Rwandan. Every first day of October recalls the day in 1990 when a small assortment of young and not-so-young fellows launched an effort to open a … Continue reading

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