Conventionally, tourists and visitors coming to Rwanda for business or leisure book rooms in one of the many registered hotels across the country.
Access to justice by children in Rwanda seem to be on the right track as the country’s global ranking was placed at 80th position, according to Child Rights International Network (CRIN) 2016 Report.
With the African Edition of the World Economic Forum (WEF) scheduled to be held in May fast approaching, a team of officials from the organisation were in the country during the course of last week to...
Leaders of the Centrist Democratic Party (PDC) have committed to subscribe to Rwanda chapter of Pan-African Movement (PAM) to promote Pan-Africanism.
Since time immemorial, boiling has been considered the best technique to make water safe for drinking. Besides this rather traditional form of water purification, other conventional water treatment methods have since been introduced at the household...
At least 76,000 children under five years are set to benefit from a five year programme aimed at fighting malnutrition and stunting among children.
Poor quality and substandard processed foodstuffs and beverages could soon be history, thanks to a move by the standards body to enforce sector standards guidelines.
UK explorer, Tullow Oil, estimates that Kenyan oil can be commercially extracted at a break-even cost of about $25 (Sh2,543) per barrel (bbl), lower than the current global price of $30.
Police FC coach Andre Cassa Mbungo has hailed his side after beating Atlabara football club in first leg of the preliminary qualifying round of the 2016 CAF Confederation Cup on Saturday at Kigali Regional Stadium. The game ended 3-1 in favour of Police.
IPRC-South overcame rivals IPRC-Kigali in a hard earned 85-80 win on Saturday to maintain top spot in the national basketball league.
On Saturday, Isaano Arts Festival proved why it continues to be popular with live music fans. No one at Petit Stade, the venue of the event, was left standing when Zambia’s Yvonne Mwale, Ivory Coast’s Aly Keita, and Uganda’s Joel Sebunjo; stepped on stage to perform together.
Valentine’s Day arrived early for art enthusiasts at the Inema Art Centre in Kacyiru, where a four-day Valentine’s-themed art exhibition came to a close yesterday.
Silas Anditi’s journey into the world of fashion design started as a kid growing up in Nakuru, Kenya. He would get clothes that his parents bought him, take them to the tailor and instruct him to change the design to fit his taste.
Happy Valentine’s Day. Wait, I take that back because I don’t really mean it. The older I grow, the more I hate this cheesy day and I’m so glad it falls on a Sunday this year. Maybe if I stay home all day, I won’t have to deal with all...
A woman’s hair is a mark of her femininity. To most women good hair is a reflection of beauty and high self-esteem. When a woman starts noticing hair loss, the panic mode goes into over drive.
Ariane Uwamahoro is a sports journalist with Rwanda Broadcasting Agency (RBA) and was the only female commentator at the recently concluded African Nations Championship (CHAN) tournament.
Last week’s column on why our education systems fail elicited this reaction from a friend: “We should give up on the whole colonialism bandwagon and deal with the real issue.”
This year marks the 15th anniversary of Imbuto Foundation and a mile stone dear to our hearts. As a new member of the Imbuto family, this first year has been filled with great eye-opening moments, seeing the fruits of the hard labour carried out over more than a decade now.
On August 29th, 2013, a Dutch-Rwandan Public Private Partnership was officially established between the Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kabuye Sugar Works, TechForce Innovations, Karisimbi Business Partners, Royal HaskoningDHV, Milan Innovincy, WUR Environmental Sciences Group and WUR Centre for Development Innovation to develop a more competitive, sustainable, and inclusive sugar value chain in Rwanda.
A reputable international tea company is seeking a long-term Operations Director to manage a large smallholder greenfield development project in Rwanda. Specifically, the project will plant out 3,200 Ha of smallholder tea and establish a smallholder services company.
One of our most precious asset as a people is our heritage-the experiences, tradition and culture, that have molded us over the years into who we are and what we are. It includes the struggles that we endured, the triumphs we earned and the wisdom we gained to confront the challenges of tomorrow.
Giving a child the best in life is every parent’s dream but achieving this comes with quality education. Obviously, a good school is the necessary tool for cementing a strong foundation. Unfortunately, because of the numerous financial obligations some parents cannot sustain timely fees payments and struggle to raise school...
Last Saturday, a group of Senior Six students from Green Hills Academy together with their staff visited a historical site in Gasabo District, a place where many believe Rwanda originated.
Since time immemorial, boiling has been considered the best technique to make water safe for drinking. Besides this rather traditional form of water purification, other conventional water treatment methods have since been introduced at the household level.
Most people only associate deworming with children, but in reality, even adults are at a high risk of getting intestinal worms if they don’t practice good hygiene.