by Louis Michel As world leaders meet in New York this week to shape the post-2015 development agenda, they can take confidence from how the Millennium Development Goals have mobilised national and global efforts to improve the lives of the planet’s poorest people. Progress has, of course, not been uniform. But this must not take […]
Before I begin letting you in on my opinions about divorce and separation I wish to first mention to you that I am a staunch liberal Christian. I believe and feel so strongly about the marriage institution. I believe in the happy ever after notion too. And each time I see a happy married couple oh my, I bless God’s name for them. Seeing them always reminds me of the fairy tales children are told that always end in ‘and they lived happily ever after’.
Can Africa transform itself from the world’s leading supplier of raw materials to become a product manufacturer? This is the question that US president Barrack Obama floated to African leaders, arguing it’s high time the continent started adding value to its products in order to maximize benefits and improve the lives of thousands of their people.
Big Brother Africa (BBA) reality show Season 8 is in its fourth week now. Supposed to last 91 days, the show features 28 contestants from 14 African countries who stay in the same house based in South Africa during which they are under twenty four hour surveillance from cameras fitted in the house.
For Premiership fans, last week’s release of the 2013/14 fixtures which are subject to slight changes because of television schedules brought closer the start of the what will be probably the most exciting season in 23 years.
The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning has allocated quite a substantial portion of the new national budget to finance infrastructure development, especially in energy generation.
by Prime Minister Pierre Damien Habumuremyi.
There is a Kinyarwanda saying “inshuti nyanshuti uyibonera mu byago”. Its English equivalent is a friend in need is a friend indeed.
The President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni last week declared that Uganda will become a middle-income country within the coming three years.
The end of every football season presents a very anxious period for fans as they are led on a wild goose run by tabloids speculating on players changing clubs.
Not so long ago I wrote in this column that Ferwafa needed to give local coaches a chance to manage the national football team, the ‘only’ candidate being Eric Nshimiyimana.