President Paul Kagame
The facts are stubborn

The facts are stubborn

Rwanda: the genocide archives Amid mounting calls for an honest investigation into the Rwandan genocide, the UN and certain governments appear to be opposing full disclosure “Everyday we learn to forgive,” President...

Rwanda’s fledgling capital market

Rwanda’s fledgling capital market

Stewards at Cafe Neo prepare cafee for clients on December 4, 2014 in Lagos. Photo: Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP Rwanda has acquired the reputation of a rags-to-riches nation. Internationally, President Paul Kagame’s claim to...

Up close and personal

Up close and personal

Africa’s leaders: psychology matters   By Francois Misser   “Africa doesn’t need strongmen. It needs strong institutions,” said former US president Barack Obama during a visit to Ghana in July 2009. Yet the work of...

The logic of the looter

The logic of the looter

Former colonisers and their multinational companies collude with Africa’s corrupt elites to facilitate looting, but both are under increasing scrutiny. You have read all of your free articles, to continue reading...

African leaders and the Panama Papers

African leaders and the Panama Papers

While the involvement of Africans in the Panama Papers scandal has been described as ‘jaw dropping’, the revelations have resulted in very little action being taken In February this year Jürgen Mossack and Ramón...