Some of the first modern settlers of Britain from 10,000 years ago had dark skin and curly hair, according to new analysis of a historic skeleton. By Zahid Mahmood, CNN

Le jeune président français Emmanuel Macron, né 17 ans après les indépendances africaines, est attendu ce jeudi à Dakar. Une visite de toutes les tensions. A quoi bon, pour lui qui dès l’entame de son mandat avait pourtant été clair : il n’a pas de politique africaine, mais une politique étrangère. Par Xbar.Net

Comment peut-on insulter la mémoire de Mandela en décernant le Prix baptisé de son patronyme au fossoyeur de l’accord de paix d’Arusha ? Par David Gakunzi*

From the flurry of new laws and grand pronouncements, you might think the government is getting a lot done. In fact, the players are jockeying for position and sending messages to their voters. By Anshel Pfeffer

In a country formerly divided into two warring ethnicities, today, a Rwandan ID card — which formerly identified citizens according to those ethnicities, the Hutus and Tutsis — is the golden ticket to Rwanda’s prosperous future. By Mary Holland*

While the cobble stones of the “Hell of the North” are legendary in European cycling, those of the “Wall of Kigali” are on their way to achieving similar status in Africa. By Nils Laengner

La journaliste britannique d’investigation, Linda Melvern, sortira en 2018 son troisième livre « Intent to deceive » sur le Génocide des Tutsi du Rwanda. Intervieuw de André Gakwaya, ARI

Opposition MPs Wednesday returned millions of shillings they were given to fuel their guzzlers and head to their constituencies with bunches of matooke, bags of rice and sugar and cooking oil to their families and return to Kampala to bleat. By Jacobs Odongo Seaman