Blog Posts - Rwandan Genocide



Pacifique Niyonsenga- A Survivor, Giving Hope to Fellow Street Kids.

Real wealth cannot be measured by the quantity of one’s material acquisitions or belongings, but by the quality of one’s impact in the lives of others. In the same way, true kindness cannot be measured by a person’s ability to give, expecting s...
by Konnect Africa on Mar 3, 2015

How Justus Uwayesu Rose From the Garbage Dump to the Halls of Harvard.

The antecedents of his birth didn’t in anyway offer many options. Justus Uwayesu was only 2 years old in 1994 when the untold fate that befell most Rwandans at the time bore an indelible mark in his life. He lost his parents that year, during t...
by Konnect Africa on Nov 6, 2014

Stephanie Nyombayire.……..More Than a Survivor.

Pain! ………..can either make us cry, confused, vent in anger, want to lose hope and give up on life Or it can make us see things differently, show some compassion and love unconditionally. Stephanie Nyombayire has done something amazing with her...
by Konnect Africa on Aug 21, 2014

Uganda Journal: the double tragedies of Kasensero

The Rwanda Genocide Memorial in Kasensero sits high atop a limestone bluff that overlooks Lake Victoria, which shimmers gray-blue against the horizon a half-dozen kilometers away. In 1994, the bodies of more than 10,000 genocide victims washed up on...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jan 10, 2013

How we can all find beauty in a broken world

#4: Finding Beauty in a Broken World by Terry Tempest Williams Reading Terry Tempest Williams’ Finding Beauty in a Broken World following David Gessner’s My Green Manifesto proved to be a fortuitous coincidence. The two books work well in convers...
by Scholars & Rogues on Dec 27, 2011

Top 10 Sexiest Men (Under Five-Feet-Five)

Society’s chronic overpassing of the shorter man is, as many other unfortunate habits of human behaviour, explained with all the authority of Darwinian reasoning. Apparently after all this time, physical dominance in males still determines who sits...
by Culture Served Raw on Jul 13, 2010

WANTED RWANDAN GENOCIDE DOCTOR CLAIMS INNOCENCE

A Rwandan doctor suspended from his job in a French hospital last week after a nurse discovered he was wanted for genocide has protested his innocence. Eugene Rwamucyo, who has been wanted by Interpol since 2006, said that he was a victim of injusti...
by connectafrica on Oct 19, 2009

GENOCIDE SUSPECT DEPORTED FROM DRC

A former mayor accused of taking part in the 1994 Rwandan genocide has been sent from the Democratic Republic of Congo to a UN-backed tribunal. Gregoire Ndahimana is accused of responsibility for the massacre of some 2,000 ethnic Tutsis sheltering in...
by connectafrica on Sep 21, 2009

BAPTIST PREACHER FACES RWANDAN GENOCIDE CHARGES

Finland has charged a former preacher at a Baptist church in Rwanda with genocide for his alleged role in the killings in the African nation in 1994. Francois Bazaramba has been held in detention in Finland for more than two years after seeking asylu...
by connectafrica on Jun 1, 2009

FINLAND REFUSES TO EXTRADITE RWANDAN GENOCIDE SUSPECT

Finland will not extradite a genocide suspect to Rwanda because it fears he will not get a fair trial, the government said on Friday. Rwandan authorities had requested that Francois Bazaramba, a former pastor at a Baptist church in Rwanda, be extradi...
by connectafrica on Feb 20, 2009

Moral Truth

“Is there any such thing as objective moral truth?” This question has been asked since man’s beginning and promises a different response depending on who is asked and when. However it seems more and more the resounding answer we hear from our ...
by Absolute Moral Truth on Nov 20, 2008


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