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Latest Rwanda Items
For weeks, Rwandan President Paul Kagame has rallied his supporters with thumping pop music and promised to build on his economic and social development record, which has won him accolades abroad. As polls prepare to open Monday at 6 a.m. in Rwanda's second presidential election since the 1994 genocide, few doubt Mr. Kagame will win.
Five nations in East Africa implemented new economic rules Thursday to boost cross-border employment and trade.
The main union at South Africa's monopoly power supplier says it's ready to strike after rejecting the company's wage offer.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo holds a treasure trove of valuable minerals that are at once the country's greatest blessing and most enduring curse.
Much of the news that comes out of sub-Saharan Africa routinely involves civil wars, poverty, famine and government corruption, but "there's a lot of promise in Africa," says Karol Boudreaux, lead researcher for Enterprise Africa.