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KIGALI, May 6 (Xinhua) -- Rwanda journalists have been urged to rise up and condemn those who are associated with hate media, which could rekindle a violent conflict.

Anastase Shyaka, chief executive Rwanda governance board told reporters on Friday during celebrations to mark World Press Freedom Day in capital Kigali.

""It is high time for the media to change its language, we don't want to hear and read hostile propaganda in all forms of media. Hate media destroys societies and push nations into social, political and economic crisis,"" Shyaka said.

""Say no to hate speech to promote good governance. Media must be strong advocates for the passage of laws that guarantee citizens' right to information, which promotes transparency and accountability in governance.""

He added that the importance of free media in building societies and promoting good governance cannot be underestimated.

Every year, May 3, the world celebrates the fundamental principles of press freedom and as well pay tribute to journalists who have lost their lives in the exercise of their profession.

Celebrations in Rwanda were held on Friday under the theme ""Turning the Page of Hate Media in Africa.""

It brought together local and regional media leaders, journalists, researchers, and media stakeholders.

According to Peacemaker Mbungiramihigo, executive secretary Rwanda media high council hate media has no place today in journalism in Rwanda.

""Hate speech has to be eliminated from each media. Don't write unhealthy and sensational news, if you continue to allow those who use that kind of language, the law will deal with you,"" he told media managers.

He noted that government does not tolerate any hate speech through radio talk shows and phone call in sessions.

""Media owners should institute guidelines to ensure strict adherence to the code of ethics of journalism. Let us not create conditions that can lead to any crack down on media freedom,"" Mbungiramihigo emphasised.

The Rwanda Governance Board has in the last few years spearheaded a series of reforms to streamline media sector.

During the genocide in Rwanda in 1994, the then Rwandan media played a major role promoting hate speech, tribalism and discrimination among Rwandans.

Collin Haba, president of Rwanda journalists association said that the media body striving to promote peace and unity among Rwandans, through a friendly media.

""The responsible journalism requires reporters to act in accordance with their personal and professional ethical standards,"" he noted. Enditem

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KIGALI, May 6 (Xinhua) -- The role of Africa in a global economy will be the focus of next week's 26th World Economic Forum on Africa, in Kigali, Rwanda from May 11 to 13.

Organizers of the forum said on Friday that over 1,200 public figures will attend the event, including the heads of state and government of Cote d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Gabon, Guinea, Kenya, Senegal and Togo.

Others outside the African region are ministers and senior officials from the Netherlands, Russia, Sweden and the United States, and representatives from major international organizations such as the International Trade Centre (ITC), International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and UN Population Fund (UNFPA).

This year's event will be convened under the theme: Connecting Africa's Resources through Digital Transformation.

""The Fourth Industrial Revolution presents a unique opportunity to build stronger, fairer, more prosperous societies, but this can only be achieved through strong institutions, greater regional integration and investment in key areas such as infrastructure, education and industries,"" Elsie Kanza, head of Africa and Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum said in a statement.

""There is vast scope for public-private cooperation to help realize these goals,"" said Kanza.

The discussion in Kigali will be a follow-up on the Forum's January Meeting in Davos-Klosters which was held under theme: Mastering the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

It seeks to identify priorities and actions for Africa's leaders as they look to build economies resilient to today's challenges and able to flourish in the increasingly digital, convergent marketplaces of tomorrow.

Rwanda's minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Claver Gatete said an entrepreneurial, knowledge-intensive economy is the foundation for inclusive growth in Rwanda and beyond.

""The World Economic Forum on Africa allows us to take this conversation further and identify opportunities for public-private partnership that will generate more jobs and higher living standards in Africa as a whole,"" he said. Enditem

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