The OPEC Fund approved $75 million to support socio economic development and COVID19 recovery efforts in several developing countries.
French appeals judges have rejected a request to reopen an investigation into the 1994 assassination of Rwanda's President Juvenal Habyarimana, which sparked the genocide that killed 800,000 people.
Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has dismissed from Cabinet, Ambassador Olivier Nduhungirehe, the country’s Foreign Affairs Minister.
In a circular dated April 5th, 2020 from the office of the Prime Minister, the government of Rwanda has indicated to cabinet ministers, permanent secretaries, heads of public institutions and other senior officials that they will forfeit their salary for April is the country battles th
Rwandan gospel music artist Kizito Mihigo has been found dead in a police cell, officers say.
It comes three days after he was arrested near the border with Burundi.
Rwandan authorities have broken their silence regarding a Ugandan IT expert who was kidnapped late last year and had been missing for several months.
The situation in the Mulenge highlands located near Uvira at the foot of the Itombwe mountains in South Kivu has become tense as Rwanda, through its proxy forces 'Red Tabara' and the local Mai Mai are conducting a campaign of ethnic cleansing against the Banyamulenge Tutsi, this website learnt.
Slum-dwellers in Kigali are accusing city authorities of razing their homes without paying compensation, stirring anger among poorer Rwandans who feel marginalised by a government-led push to modernise the capital.
Last month identity cards belonging to military officers of the Rwanda Defence Forces (RDF) were found in camps said to belong to the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), however, it has emerged that the Rwandan soldiers have been operating in Easter Congo under the cover of the rebel group.
The House of Lords of the United Kingdom has petitioned Rwanda President Paul Kagame over the release of two former military officers --Col Tom Byabagamba and Gen Frank Rusagara.