President Paul Kagame was on Friday, August 18, sworn in for another seven-year term, after he was overwhelmingly re-elected president during the August 4 poll, collecting 98.79 of votes cast.
Several Genocide survivors in Gisagara District yesterday accepted to live peacefully with perpetrators who had asked for forgiveness for their role in the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi.
The cost of fish feed has reduced by half, from about Rwf1,500 to Rwf800, thanks to a new fish feed factory that has started operations in the country. The factory, located at Kigali Special Economic Zone...
Barely a year before parliamentary elections, political parties under the National Consultative Forum of Political Parties (NFPO) can requisition up to Rwf20 million each in facilitation fees in the lead up to the polls, the Forum’s...
A new report has called for increased efforts to boost industrial development in the region, particularly through design and implementation of well-ground strategies and action plans, in order to achieve industrialisation objectives at both regional and...
The national water utility agency has embarked on a Rwf80-million solar-powered borehole project that will serve as a quick and temporary intervention to save people living along the Nyabarongo River in Mageragere Sector, Nyarugenge District, from deadly crocodiles.
Rwanda's coffee export revenues and volumes recorded during the last financial year fell below projections by the National Agricultural Export Board (NAEB), the body’s annual report indicates.
Arusha – Tanzanian government has threatened to deregister tour operators running against rules and regulations governing the tourism industry in the East African nation.
MILAN - Inter captain Mauro Icardi hit a brace and Ivorian Franck Kessie opened his AC Milan account as the northern giants matched Juventus's winning start to the Serie A season with respective 3-0 victories on Sunday.
BIRMINGHAM - Mo Farah brought down the curtain on his peerless track career in Britain by winning his farewell race on home soil on an emotional afternoon at the Birmingham Grand Prix Diamond League meeting on Sunday.
Festival goers had to choose between braving the rain and ducking for shelter as the skies opened up abruptly on day one of the KigaliUp music festival on Saturday. Luckily, it was a moderate downpour that lasted for about an hour
The seventh edition of the KigaliUp music festival opens today at IPRC Kicukiro cricket grounds. At a press conference at the venue on Thursday morning, organisers unveiled some of the local and international acts that will grace the festival stage, as well as some of the sponsors and partners.
'A CEO and drummer queen' is what Muthoni Ndonga, the Blankets and Wine founder describes herself; 'CEO by day, and by night drummer queen,' she adds for emphasis.
Thierry-Kevin Gatete is a human rights lawyer and activist, known for his popular blog, 'Gatete Views'. Gatete works as a Senior Research Fellow for the Institute of Policy Analysis and Research.
They look immaculate in their uniform. On duty they are confident and carry themselves with an aura of confidence and professionalism even when handling the most complex situations. They command respect and diligently perform their roles in a field many regard a male domain.
A good wife knows her husband well and cares more about the relationship than what her husband’s relative’s demand for, and that is her greatest source of protection.
It was not planned. It just happened. Or to paraphrase him; He just did it. Paul Kagame was inaugurated for another seven-year term last week, and Africa came of age. An extraordinary thing happened at the inauguration.
Last Friday, President Kagame, who recently won presidential election by a landslide, swore in to lead the country for a transitional seven-year term.The inaugural ceremony, which took place at Amahoro National Stadium, was incredibly glorious day.
As a teacher, you’re the most important part of a young student’s life. Your love of learning can be infectious and inspiring to any student you teach. Remember how you nurture the courage in a pupil’s heart.
Students have resumed school for the third term following a three-week holiday. As expected, they are all eager to do their best to be able to ascend the ladder on their academic journey. But to achieve this, educationists believe that schools and students should be purposely guided to maximise the...
“There are 5 things you need to know,” he told the pencil, “before I send you out into the world. Always remember them and never forget, and you will become the best pencil you can be.”
Once upon a time, there was a forest. That forest contained many animals. There lived a hunter. He loved hunting rabbits, because he loved the rabbit meat.