There have been grievances from a section of news consumers that journalists fail to communicate properly climate policy discourses to the public. In fact, many criticised the coverage of the Africa Climate Summit.
Mr. Audace Kubwimana is of the view that land tenure security issues have not gained the attention they deserve and they should feature prominently in deliberations leading up to the UN climate negotiations this year.
Dr. Jean Kaseya, a citizen of the Democratic Republic of Congo was this year elected to head Africa CDC. He previously held several health dockets at continental and global level.
Angela N. Afoley Odai, Acting Head of the Diaspora Division at African Union Commission (AUC) tells RwandaPost that with right policies Africans who join the diaspora could still contribute greatly to Africa’s economies boom.
The outgoing head of Eastern Africa Editors Society spoke to RwandaPost about issues that still plague the practice of independent journalism in East Africa
Jackie Lumbasi shares more on her next move and why she called it quits at her former station months ago. She maintains that her resignation was a personal choice.
The self-appointed president of the single ladies fraternity as she calls herself shares her experience in the job, future of journalism and why she can’t entertain the idea of marriage
The primary school dropout dreams to become a driver. His several attempts at the driving test did not bear fruits, but he says he is not giving up any time soon because he has a family to feed.
Chido Mpemba spoke to RwandaPost about the need to not only attend to youth concerns in the climate debate, but to also involve them in decision making at all levels within the continent and beyond.
Tete Loeper says she wanted to draw audience attention to the other image of Europe that most Africans, and especially the young people don't always see or learn about.
Sabelo Mbokazi, Head of Labor, Employment and Migration at African Union Commission (AUC) shares insights into continental plans to enhance member States' collaboration for sustainable migration governance.
Conservationists pushing for the establishment of the fund say at least $200 billion is needed to meet routine costs of conserving estates managed by state agencies, indigenous peoples, local communities or private individuals across the 54 countries.
World Health Organisation (WHO) on April 26 declared Rwanda trypanosomiasis-free, effectively becoming the second country on the continent to eliminate the fatal disease commonly known as sleeping sickness.
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Mr Ruggiu had initially denied any involvement in the Genocide gainst the Tutsi but later pleaded guilty to all crimes for which the court handed him 12 years in prison in a judgment read on 1 June, 2000.