The rivalry between Rwanda and Uganda for the supremacy of East African basketball has reached new highs in recent years with the latter continuing to strive like never before. By

Scholastique Mukasonga, author of several acclaimed books of fiction and nonfiction, was one of two members of her large family to escape the 1994 Rwandan massacres that destroyed 20 percent of the country’s population. By Lynne Sharon Schwartz

L'Assemblée nationale du Burundi a adopté vendredi un projet de loi qui doit permettre au gouvernement de mettre fin au désordre et la confusion dans le domaine des ONG internationales, en imposant un contrôle strict de leurs finances et projets. Par Romandie

Students in the East Africa region will from next month be able to transfer credits to higher education institutions if presidents of the five countries approve the proposal. By Ouma Wanzala

La consommation des boissons alcoolisées fait partie de rites sociaux, malheureusement tout en apportant des jouissances, elle a aussi des conséquences sur l’organisme humain, surtout sur ses organes fragiles. Comment soulager ce mal lors des fortes consommations occasionnelles ?

Before and specialy after the genocide, Rwanda’s health care system was in desperate straits. To reverse this slide required forceful, competent government leadership. Yet despite Rwanda’s admirable gains, there remains much to work on. By Jennifer Grundman

A local resident says he is preparing to move to Rwanda where he hopes to attract high school students from around the world to an independent school in the African country. By Brian Benson

Rwanda High Commissioner to Kenya, Ambassador James Kimonyo has called on Rwandan youth living in Kenya to take a more active role in Rwanda's growth and progress. By George Orido