Eric Mwine-Mugaju is a freelance journalist based in London.
Britain's divide-and-rule tactic may sound like an old relic but its long lasting impact continues to shape the opinions of a politically sensitive generation of former British subjects.
In any country in the world, the resignation of the health minister days after the declaration of an international health emergency should not only be worrying but alarming.
As both Burundi and Rwanda mark 57 years of independence on July 1, how have two countries that share so much found themselves in such radically different situations?
On June 3, Christian pilgrims remember converts who were killed by a young king in colonial times, but it is a story that has long been manipulated for political gain.
As Rwanda marked 25 years since its devastating genocide last Sunday, here's a critical look at the country's president Paul Kagame, whose leadership is often hailed as an African success story.
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