Fablab Rwanda builds COVID-19 spray door frame, that sanitizes by sensing human movements. By CIO

La start-up américaine Zipline, à l’origine spécialisée dans le transport de poches de sang, achemine
désormais des traitements contre le cancer ou des antipaludéens. Par Laure Broulard/Le Monde

In normal times, the world’s airlines would be carrying nearly 2 billion international passengers this year. That’s 5.7 million a day. But with the COVID-19 pandemic gripping the planet, these are not normal times.  By UN News

Wole Soyinka vient de cosigner avec 100 intellectuels d’Afrique et de la diaspora une lettre ouverte aux gouvernants africains en temps du Covid-19. Par Caroline Lachowsky/RFI

Annulation des dettes africaines: entre Dakar et Cotonou, deux visions bien différentes analyse de Adama Wade dans Financial Afrik

Aviation is among the biggest losers during the global lockdown imposed by the outbreak of Covid-19. By Victor Kgomoeswana/Time

Tullow Takes ‘Major Step’ to Reviving Fortunes With Uganda Deal. The U.K. explorer agreed to divest its entire interest in the Lake Albert Development Project to the French oil major for $575 million. By Paul Burkhardt and Francois De Beaupuy

But the story of Kweza—and its mission to become not only Rwanda’s first craft brewery, but also its first woman-led brewery—began several years ago, in a small Canadian town. By Carolyn B. Heller