Rwanda becomes Arsenal's official tourism partner
Rwanda has become the official tourism partner of English football club Arsenal FC, whose players will sport a "Visit Rwanda" logo on their sleeves, the club announced Wednesday.
Guardian Life in Rwanda! A Time in History, The Art of Coffee and Italian Delight (1)
When visiting Rwanda, all everyone remembers is the 1994 genocide. Yet, the country has been able to take an integral moment in their history and weave it into the fabric of what it stands for today. In a bid to explore Africa’s cleanest and safest city, a group of us were invited by Radisson Blu…
At least 16 dead as lightning strikes Rwanda church
At least 16 people were killed and dozens more injured after lightning struck a Seventh-Day Adventist church in Rwanda, a local official said Sunday.
Eagles will advance despite draw with Rwanda, says Yusuf
Home-based Super Eagles coach, Salisu Yusuf, is still upbeat about his side’s chances of qualifying for the next round despite playing a goalless draw with Rwanda in their opening Group C game of the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) on Monday night. Yusuf said during his post match interview that the result was not a…
Rwanda says torture claims 'baseless'
Rwanda denied Wednesday that its military used torture to extract confessions from detainees, calling a scathing report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) "baseless".
Kagame critic questioned over 'state security' offences
Police in Rwanda said they are questioning a prominent critic of President Paul Kagame on suspicion of "offences against state security".
The President and the playwright
One of the most curious mutual admiration clubs of recent times has been that between recently re-elected president of the small land-locked Central African state of Rwanda...
Rwanda's Kagame sworn in for third term
Rwandan President Paul Kagame was sworn in Friday for a third term in office after a crushing election win that rights groups criticised over irregularities and voter intimidation.