President Paul Kagame this morning delivered the State of the Nation Address, stating that the country has grown stronger over the last one year. He also used the occasion to open this year’s National Dialogue Council...
Dr Ben Karenzi, the former commandant of Rwanda Military Hospital, and Sandrine Uwase, a 15-year old girl from Gikondo, a Kigali suburb, were crowned 2017 male and female National Chess Champions, respectively, on Sunday.
President Paul Kagame has urged Rwandan youth to maintain a culture of learning and humility. Kagame was speaking at opening of the YouthConnekt Convention 2017, which attracted over 3,000 youths from different parts of the country...
A new museum showcasing Rwanda’s colonial era under Germany and the cooperation between the two countries was launched yesterday.
It is a sunny Thursday, at noon as we head for a three-day domestic tourism campaign, commonly referred to as Tembera u Rwanda, with the customer service champions of 2017.
Government will in the next seven years accelerate the development of secondary cities across the country to ensure 35 per cent of Rwandans are resident in cities by 2024 from the current 17.5 per cent.
Rwandan producers have yet another opportunity to deepen their market reach and also form partnership with foreign firms, thanks to the ongoing Egypt and Middle East Expo. The trade fair that kicked off on Friday is exhibiting Made-in-Rwanda products for the first time since inception, organisers said over the weekend.
Rwanda’s Christelle Kwizera has been announced one of the 12 winners of this year’s BMCE BANK of Africa African Entrepreneurship Award worth a total of $1 million.
PERTH - Australia thrashed England by an innings and 41 runs in the third test in Perth on Monday to reclaim the Ashes with two matches to spare and condemn Joe Root’s team to a period of gloomy introspection.
Rwanda Energy Group (REG) registered two important away wins over the weekend to climb to the top of the national basketball league table standing.
It was a weekend of fun for children who attended a two-day Christmas kids’ festival at Spiderman Game Centre in Masaka, which ended Sunday.
As early as 7a.m on Saturday, residents of Kigali turned up in big numbers and gathered at the Gikondo Expo Grounds to show support and raise funds for children living with visual impairments.
Come December 27, Elysee Jabo will stage an exhibition at the Kacyiru based Inema Arts Centre. Dubbed ‘The story behind me’ the exhibition will be more than just photographs.
James Ruhumuriza, better known by his stage name 'King James' shot to fame in 2009, thanks to his 'Inzozi' song which shot him to limelight. He has since not looked back and is currently working on his seventh album that will soon be out.
When her husband passed away, Laurence Mukamparirwa was left with six children and no job or skills for survival. Life came to a standstill as she pondered on how she would deal with a future that looked very uncertain.
A joke making the rounds in Rwanda a couple of years back went like this: (roughly translated from Kinyarwanda) “In Rwanda, a poor man’s address is a rich man’s: when you ask a poor man where he lives he will tell you to take him to General so and so’s...
The Rwanda Patriotic Front celebrated its thirtieth anniversary last week. That is as important for political formations, as it is for individuals. Thirty is an age of transition from steps of early change to transformation. From youth to adulthood. From mere theories to tested philosophy, from irrational exuberance to tempered...
The youth will be on the agenda when thousands of Rwandans convene today in Kigali for yet another edition of the annual National Dialogue Council, best known as the Umushyikirano.
The Building Learning Foundations Programme (BLF) is funded by the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development. The BLF, which will run up to March 2021, aims to improve the quality of teaching and leadership in all of Rwanda’s government primary schools.
For the third time, Grand Legacy Hotel held a jovial Christmas tree lighting cocktail party for guests and associates as a way of reckoning the good partnership throughout the year which led to the successful service delivery to their clients
The Building Learning Foundations Programme (BLF) is funded by the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development. The BLF, which will run up to March 2021, aims to improve the quality of teaching and leadership in all of Rwanda’s government primary schools. The BLF is being implemented across all thirty Districts and will benefit 2,494 schools and 24,940 English and Mathematics teachers. The Programme is being managed by a consortium of three internationally recognised leaders in the education sector, i.e. the Education Development Trust, the British Council and VSO.
Media plays a vital role when it comes to informing the public on what’s happening around the world, which is as well helpful to students who need to be updated on the current issues surrounding them.
Most people worldwide back in the day knew Rwanda as the country that experienced the terrible 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. But today, they not only know it as an African country that has not only recovered from its scars caused by the Genocide, but also one that has made...
In a conference room, last week children won the admiration of hundreds of people while presenting a report on findings of a research they did about the impact of the Literacy Boost, a programme being implemented by Save the Children Rwanda in Gicumbi district.
Have you ever asked yourself the value attached to the stories that you read everyday, or the books you have read and what you remember about them as the moral lesson. Here are some of the common stories me and some of my colleagues we have read and what we...