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“Genocide as an example” – Interview with Fabrice Epstein, author of the book

Fabrice Epstein is a thirty-year-old lawyer, also known to be an innovator of the law by uberising[1]practice of the law. In 2019, he published a book entitled “Un génocide pour exemple”, it is in this context that he accepted to give us an interview. Jambonews: Mr. Epstein, thankyou for this interview, can you please introduce […]

“Genocide as an example” – Interview with Fabrice Epstein, author of the book
Constance Mutimukeye, July 22, 2019

Rwanda: Paul Kagame’s Top 10 chilling speeches

On Saturday, March 9, 2019, during his speech at the annual national leadership retreat in Gabiro, Paul Kagame acknowledged the responsibility of his services in the assassination of Seth Sendashonga[1]. Referring to the information in Gérard Prunier’s book, Kagame justified this murder in these terms: “ ” They are elements of truth in what Prunier wrote, we […]

Rwanda: Paul Kagame’s Top 10 chilling speeches
Constance Mutimukeye, April 2, 2019

Rwanda’s debt: What stakeholders should be aware of (Part Two)

As of end of 2017, each household in Rwanda owed close to US$1,700[1] according to the amount contracted by the government with creditors on international and local markets. This amount is forecasted to increase as Rwanda will inevitably be borrowing throughout the coming years. An estimated US$ 1,250 of Rwanda government debt per household was owed in foreign currency […]

Rwanda’s debt: What stakeholders should be aware of (Part Two)
Aimé Sindayigaya, November 6, 2018

Honouring all assassinated political figures: A step towards achieving a solid reconciliation in Rwanda

A recent contribution to the understanding of the crimes committed against the people of Rwanda in 1990’s, by Rudatinya Mbonyumutwa, a practicing lawyer specializing in criminal law, cites political assassination crimes among others. Rudatinya explains that perpetrators of political assassinations did not target the victims due to their ethnicity but rather on the basis of […]

Honouring all assassinated political figures: A step towards achieving a solid reconciliation in Rwanda
Alfred Antoine, April 2, 2018

Rwanda: What crimes were committed against the Hutus and Tutsis?

The crimes that were committed, mainly in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo from 1 October 1990, against Rwandans, Hutus and Tutsis cannot be summed up in a single word or assigned a specific name without the risk of globalising and falsifying history indefinitely. An all-encompassing term for all these crimes? At present, the […]

Rwanda: What crimes were committed against the Hutus and Tutsis?
Ruhumuza Mbonyumutwa, February 12, 2018

Rwanda: Governance in Question (Part Two)

This is the second and last part of the article that reveals areas of development in the key governance features that were promised to the Rwandan people by the incumbent leadership which can be read in the official document of the Vision 2020 development programme (Pg 10). The first article can be read here. This article aims to stimulate Rwanda’s citizens […]

Rwanda: Governance in Question (Part Two)
Aimé Sindayigaya, July 19, 2017

Rwanda: Governance in Question (Part One)

The Vision 2020 development programme, published by the Rwandan Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning in July 2000 and then revised in 2012, defines the governance that the incumbent leadership in Rwanda has promised to citizens. The programme’s document states: “The State will ensure good governance which can be understood as accountability, transparency, and efficiency in deploying scarce […]

Rwanda: Governance in Question (Part One)
Aimé Sindayigaya, June 9, 2017

ICTR acquitted persons seriously concerned over living conditions

In a letter addressed to the UN Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT), 8 persons acquitted from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) address the hardships faced since their acquittals and demand to be united with their families. The signatories, among others Jerome Bicamumpaka, Gratien Kabiligi and Casimir Bizimungu, claim the ICTR has failed its responsibility […]

ICTR acquitted persons seriously concerned over living conditions
Ruhumuza Mbonyumutwa, May 12, 2016

Two Rwandan refugees deported from Zambia

On December 28, 2015, the Zambian government deported two Rwandan nationals, Egide Rwasibo and Innocent Habumugisha, in controversial circumstances. Rwasibo is a laboratory technician who was working at the University Teaching Hospital of Zambia.He was equally a leader of former Rwandan refugees living in Lusaka. Habumugisha is a businessman who had lived in Zambia for the […]

Two Rwandan refugees deported from Zambia
Ruhumuza Mbonyumutwa, February 22, 2016

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