Police rescue kidnapped two year old boy

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Rwanda National Police has rescued a two-year-old boy who was kidnapped from Burundi and smuggled into Rwanda, last week. The boy was kidnapped last Friday from his home in Burundiís capital, Bujumbura by their house help identified as Samson Nshimirimana.

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MTN Rwanda, Safaricom to interlink mobile money services

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MTN Rwanda subscribers will soon be able to make cross-border mobile money transactions, thanks to a deal MTN Group signed with Vodafone Group.

PSF, Ethiopian chamber of commerce sign partnership deal

The Private Sector Federation (PSF) has signed a partnership agreement with the Ethiopian Chamber of Commerce to promote trade and economic relations between Rwanda and Ethiopia.

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Mckinstry cautions Amavubi ahead of Somalia clash

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The national U-23 Coach Johnny McKinstry has cautioned his players not to take Somalia for granted after his opposite number conceded defeat even before the ball is kicked. Yesterday, the Somalia U-23 coach was quoted in this paper, saying that they are simply honouring the fixture and donít expect anything...

Rayon Sports suspend midfielder Sina Jerome

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Rayon Sports have suspended attacking midfielder Jerome Sina indefinitely after the player went missing for weeks without permission.

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Shakespeare lives on 399 years later

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The British Council celebrated 399 years since English playwright William Shakespeare died by screening an adapted version of the classic Romeo and Juliet, on Thursday at the University of Rwanda-College of Education (formerly Kigali Institute of Education (KIE))

Former Miss Rwanda contestant starts charity organisation

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Former Miss Rwanda contestant, Fiona Ntaringwa, has started a charity organisation called Give Hope Foundation to help the needy especially patients who canít afford medical bills.

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It's raining coffee in Kigali as more Rwandans stalk the aroma of the brew

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Time check is 4pm. A young lady and man holding hands saunter in. They opt for a table in the corner of the café. From the body language and expression, it comes off like the two are on their first date.

Istanbul: The vintage city

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Istanbul sits on two continents - Asia and Europe – and is home to some of the worldís most amazing historical sites and wonders. With over 20 historical palaces that were constructed as early as the 15th Century, it is safe to say that the city is one big tourist...

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Ms Geek: The mustard seed inspiring girls in ICT

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On 25 April, Ms Geek 2015 will be selected at the second edition of the annual event, which started last year to inspire Rwandan girls to join the male-dominated field of sciences.

Sibo on how Ms Geek competition opened doors to her dream

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Nancy Sibo was the winner of the first ever Ms Geek Rwanda contest held last year. She beat 25 other contestants from various higher learning institutions in Rwanda.

Smartest targets for the world decided by youth in Rwanda

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In September, 193 governments will announce a set of targets to improve the world between now and 2030. Now young people from Rwanda, at multiple youth forums in Kigali discussing the post-2015 development agenda, have decided what they think should be at the top of the global priority list.

This idea must die

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Few will dispute the fact that this world we live in is built on ideas. They encompass anything between the ideals of democracy to the relatively more recent technological conveniences such as the Internet.

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Editorial Cartoon

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Rwanda Utilities and Regulatory Authority has warned local telecom firms against sending unsolicited text messages to their subscribers in blatant disregard of the law on electronic messages, electronic signatures and electronic transactions.

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Rwanda on track towards achieving environmental sustainability

Rwanda is globally recognized for her sustained efforts to protect the environment in order to ensure sustainable development, with major policies and strategies implemented by the Government through different institutions including Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA).

Skills Development Project: Accelerating vocational, technical skills training

Over 6000 youth have so far acquired skills from vocational schools funded by the Skills Development Fund (SDF), one of the three components of the Skills Development Project (SDP); an initiative being implemented by the Workforce Development Authority (WDA).

Ecobank remembers

Friday the 10th of April, 2015 Ecobank Rwanda joined the rest of Rwandans in commemorating the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi during a function that took place at Kigali Memorial Centre, Gisozi, where the management and staff donated Rwf 5 million and to vulnerable individuals.

World Vision; partnering to build a better world for children

World Vision, a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families and the communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice, began working in Rwanda in 1994 after the genocide against Tutsi.

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New term: Why your child must first have a medical examination

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On Monday, April 20, most schools in the country officially opened for second term. A number of students carried heavy suitcases containing new books, pens and clothes among other things to ensure their comfort at school.

Why I'm passionate about teaching

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When I was still a student at high school, my dream was to study law at the university because at that time it was considered as one of the most prestigious arts courses. Lawyers were regarded highly and the law profession was synonymous with wealth.

Why you need to go for cancer screening regardless of age

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A few days ago, Rosemary Nankabirwa, a former news anchor with a Ugandan television station, passed on after a long battle with adrenocortical carcinoma cancer. The death of the 37-year-old hurt many because she was young, but also demystified the myth that cancer is a disease for the old people.

How do you keep leftovers?

From beans to chicken, a lot of leftover food always finds its way either into peopleís stomachs the next day or the dustbin. But how should one treat surplus food if they have plans of consuming it?