Monthly Archives: September 2013

Nothing can shake strength of character

Friday 27th September 2013 Decidedly un-African! So, fake! Unless you are African – even then, not everyone – what other verdict would you pass on the just-concluded Rwandan parliamentary elections? At seven in the morning, opening time for the polls, … Continue reading

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The Hague: a throne for justice or a zoo for Africans?

There are many international organs charged with punishing the violation of justice for all but the undisputed champion that has netted the biggest haul of violators so far is the International Criminal Court (ICC). Today if you take a casual … Continue reading

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There is no friend like a neighbourly, and neighbouring, one

What Rwandans have known for a long time and have been saying, many times without being taken seriously by outsiders, seems to be coming out to the world at last. This is what some in Rwanda have termed “Hi-Tec” that … Continue reading

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Every African is their kin’s keeper

September 7th, 2013 Hopefully, now we can breathe easy. Rwandans were beginning to wonder if their government was not finally throwing in the towel. Only a few days ago, the region’s cacophonous chest-thumpers were up in arms, threatening fire and … Continue reading

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