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Rwanda and South Africa row over Failed Assasination Plot

The diplomatic rift between the governments of Rwanda and South Sudan has taken a new dimension after both nations withdrew their high commissioners from one another. The dispute, which was originally triggered by an assassination attempt against an ex-Rwandan General Read more ›

Rwanda set to Host East Africa’s Business Council Headquarters

The Rwandan government has agreed to allocate land to East Africa’s Business Council (EABC) to construct the body’s regional head offices, reports indicate. According to a published letter addressed to Vimal Shah, the Chairperson of the council, Kigali has been Read more ›

Rwanda’s $24m Solar Plant Deal

Reports indicate that Rwanda is set to become the first East African country with a utility-scale solar plant following a $24m deal. This deal will see the construction of the plant outside Kigali, Rwanda’s capital. Currently, the East African country Read more ›

Landmark Trial of Rwandan Genocide Suspect Opens in Paris

France has opened the trial of a Rwandan ex-army captain, Pascal Simbikangwa, who is being charged with complicity in the ¬†Rwandan genocide that reportedly left 800,000 people dead. The suspected accomplice is said to have appeared in a Paris court Read more ›