The benefits of the railway from Mombasa and Dar-Es-Salaam to Uganda and Rwanda are huge, but only if sticky issues, such as harmonization of procedures and charges, EAC are sorted out. By Forbes Africa

The last film from Krzysztof Krauze and his wife Joanna deals with the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide. Dealing with the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide in 1994 and inherent topics of trauma, racism and the treatment of women, The Birds Are Singing In Kigali (Ptaki śpiewają w Kigali) is a raw but ultimately hopeful film about the extremes of human nature. By Laurence Boyce

Watching the President Kagame, walking the walk and talking the talk in Lusaka made me believe that firstly, it takes a strong leader to steer a country away from a path of self-destruction, secondly there is always darkness before sunrise…By Antony Mukwita*

Il n’y a rien de plus révoltant que l’indignation facile de certains «amis» bien-pensants notamment d’une certaine gauche droits-de-l’hommiste! André TWAHIRWA, africaniste, élu local en Île-de-France

Le Génocide contre les Tutsis est un génocide. Ni plus ni moins que le Génocide contre les Juifs. En effet, les deux correspondent à la définition du crime des crimes contre l’Humanité. Par Twahirwa André, Africaniste franco-rwandais

Today, seeing what is happening in the continent, I think Rwanda is already the Singapore of Africa. Let me explain. Makarand Sahasrabuddhe*

I have a Saudi friend I made while in Canada five years ago. We talked about Rwanda once in a while whenever an opportunity presented itself. My stories largely rotated around the genocide, and a country in Africa that was trying to figure things out after the devastation. By Magnus Mazimpaka*

Trump vient-il enfin de confirmer au monde que le président des Etats-Unis n’a jamais été le véritable patron ? Par Avic