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Cape Cod Times
Francophone society paints Bleu white
French-speakers in "blanc" took over Bleu Restaurant a week ago for the Societe Francophone de Cape Cod's Dinner in White.
Ethiopia defies century old Nile treaty
Ethiopian politicians unanimously ratified a treaty replacing 90-year-old agreements giving Egypt and Sudan control over almost all the water in the Nile.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Uganda seed entrepreneur calls time on hand-held hoe as a tool for farmers | Mark Tran
Josephine Okot, founder of Uganda's leading seed company, says absence of advice and good seeds mean crop yields are only a third of their potential Try as she might, Josephine Okot cannot stay quiet, her voice getting louder and louder as she gets carried away with the point she is making.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Crisis of leadership in today's Kigezi
Dear Tingasiga: I have spent the last week in Kigezi, the one place I am happier than anywhere else on Earth.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Rwanda: Belgium Eyes Stronger Ties With Rwanda
Rwanda and Belgium should focus on cementing strong ties and forget the past, visiting Belgian Minister for Public Enterprises and Development Cooperation Jean-Pascal Labille has said.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
10 things to know before visiting Democratic Republic of Congo
A man looks out toward the hills of Rwanda from the eastern edge of Lake Kivu in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's eastern city of Goma.
Rwanda: High Poverty Worry Regional MPs
East African Legislative Assembly legislators on Tuesday expressed concern over increasing poverty levels among citizens in East Africa despite the region's huge mineral potential.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Lake Victoria: In the fabric of every basic need for Ugandan......
After marking World Environment Day on Wednesday, we should remember and build on the Vision Group efforts to save Lake Victoria.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Pennsylvania teacher seeks to get Rwanda writing
Pennridge Central Middle School teacher Kristen Swanson will make a trip to Rwanda in July to run a creative writing workshop for local authors and aspiring writers.
Fri May 24, 2013
‘Movie about movies’ shows power of film to unite
I'm a sucker for any kind of stories - from the latest best-seller to my Mom's wine-fueled tales of her wild family.
Thu May 23, 2013
News of Rwanda
UN admits it failed Rwandans, applauds Government's progress
Ban Ki- Moon Predecessor Kofi Annan directed UN Peacekeeping Operations when the Rwanda genocide took place in 1994 and it is claimed that he held back UN troops from intervening the genocide In 2003 Canadian ex-General Romeo Dallaire, who was force commander of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda claimed that Annan was overly passive ... (more)
Serengeti road divides biologists: Will a road across the northern...
Here, lions, leopards, elephants, hippos and giraffes wander free. Rivers of wildebeests, zebra and Thompson's gazelles -- more than 2 million all told -- cross the landscape in one of the largest animal migrations on the planet.
Rwanda: City Tips Architects On Real Estate Development
The City of Kigali is challenging architects to design projects that comply with the city master plan.
Wed May 22, 2013
Farmers get hopes of market expansion
The Rwanda Private Sector Federation has launched a project "Linking Farmers to Market" this will help farmers get entrepreneurship skills and appropriate market for their produce in Rwanda and abroad.
World Bank announces US$1 Billion pledge to Africa's Great Lakes...
African Press Organization - On the first day of an historic joint United Nations/World Bank Group mission to the Great Lakes region, the World Bank Group announced $1 billion in proposed new funding to help countries in the region provide better health and education services, generate more cross-border trade, and fund hydroelectricity projects in ... (more)