Presidents Idriss Deby of Chad and Paul Kagame of Rwanda are expected in Conakry anytime now, for talks relating to the overhaul of the African Union (AU). This was announced Thursday by Guinea’s acting government spokesman, Moustapha Mamy Diaby, who doubles as minister of Telecommunications. Par APA-Conakry

« La France a Joué un Rôle dans le Génocide Contre les Tutsi » a dit à Conakry Stanislas Kamanzi, ambassadeur du Rwanda en Guinée Par Abdoul Malick Diallo

Rwanda and Djibouti ties seem to deepen as Rwandan President Kagame started his official visit to the neighboring country yesterday. By Oluwaseun

Depuis le putsch manqué de 2015, les gradés tutsi sont nombreux à avoir quitté le pays. « Ceux qui restent craignent pour leur vie », explique un colonel. Par Camille Laffont

It is difficult to say how much of what is reported is due to heightened anxiety, public deception and genuine security threats, and whether ANC MPs considering voting against Zuma in a motion of no confidence have reason to fear for their lives. What is clear is that everybody is suspicious of everybody else and absolutely nobody trusts the state.By Ranjeni Munusamy

On Wednesday, 10 of South Africa’s opposition parties led a crowd of over 80,000 people to demande that Zuma’s lumbering and destructive presidency be brought to an end. By Ranjeni Munusamy

What should China and Rwanda do to overcome potential obstacles in their relationship? Global Times (GT) reporter Liu Jianxi talked with Rwandan Ambassador to China Charles Kayonga on these issues.

Longtemps décrite comme la vitrine de l’accord d’Arusha de 2000 qui a mis fin à la guerre civile, l’armée incarne aujourd’hui la crise burundaise mieux que toute autre institution. Par International Crisis Group