Rwanda’s foreign affairs Minister Louis Mushikiwabo today morning flew to Burundi’s capital Bujumbura to join her East African counterparts on a fact finding mission ordered by current EAC chair, Tanzanian president Jakaya Kikwete.
The European Commission plans to release Euro 1.5 million (about Rwf1 billion) to support Rwanda’s assistance and protection of Burundian refugees.
There is need for all member states of the Commonwealth to put more effort in gathering reliable statistics on early and forced marriage, for concrete countermeasures against the scourge to be devised.
Information and communication technology solutions and application (apps) developers have been urged to enhance the security features of their products as they have lately been a target of cyber criminals.
When Emmanuel Simugomwa, 35, was orphaned in 1995 at the age of 14, he had no clear vision of what he would do to survive.
After losing her husband and most of her family in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, 62-year old Philomene Kankesha was left with nothing except a home in ruins, three young children of her own and numerous orphans to take care of.
States along the northern corridor block have finally agreed to expedite the process of preparing and signing the Bilateral Airspace Service Agreements (BASA) to facilitate harmonisation of air space within the region.
More farmers under maize growing cooperatives are set to benefit from the warehouse receipt financing scheme, thanks to the East African Exchange (EAX).
National volleyball team head coach Paul Bitok has challenged his players to replicate the performance they displayed in their win against Kenya in Zone 5 championships on Monday, when they travel to Congo Brazzaville for the All Africa Games slated for 4-19 September.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has turned down Somalia’s request to host Rwanda U-23 at the Moi International sports centre at Kasarani, Nairobi in the return leg of the CAF U-23 qualifier set for May 9.
Residents of Rusizi district in the Western Province were served a hot performance last Saturday, at Mani Martin’s Intashyo concert. The concert started off in the evening at Motel Rubavu and it attracted a big crowd.
Local singer Victory Ngarambe, better known by his stage name Elion Victory, has joined hands with Amakuru Trust, a UK-based NGO charitable trust dedicated to alleviating poverty in Rwanda by supporting education, humanitarian and health projects.
Although a proud owner of a Masters of Science in Conservation and Tourism from the University of Kent, in England, Davidson Mugisha is what you would call a self-made man.
Nice Budandi is the Operations Manager of Comedy Knights, the country’s pioneer stand-up comedy outfit. Humble and quiet, the 24-year-old engineering graduate has been part of the group since 2010. Moses Opobo had a chat with him.
It is the greatest day of every mother’s life. That moment when you hold your newborn for the first time. But with some mothers, the joy is short-lived as baby blues set in shortly after birth.
Women and makeup are like cats and milk; they have a very close relationship. Some take pleasure in trying out every trend that comes their way, while others simply enhance their look with the use of an eyelash curler and a dab of lip gloss.
The Government of Rwanda issued a statement on Monday in which it expressed serious concern” over the deteriorating political situation in neighboring Burundi.
The Government has been in relentless pursuit of rebuilding the nation in the past two decades. In order to keep up with the momentum and the urgency to move forward, many infrastructure projects were drawn up.
Friday 1st May, Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) joined other Rwandans and the rest of the world to celebrate the International Labour Day with a call on employees to give utmost commitment to their work for tangible results as that gives satisfaction to employers, employees and the customers, contributing to national development in this process.
As Rwanda joins the rest of the world to celebrate the World Press Freedom Day, the UN Resident Coordinator, Lamin Manneh, gives an insight into the state of press freedom and Rwanda and what more needs to be done for a vibrant media sector.
Bank of Kigali’s Management and Staff on Saturday the 25th of April 2015 commemorated the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi and remembered fifteen members of their staff that died during the genocide at Bank of Kigali Head Quarters.
Most mothers usually struggle to juggle between work and parenthood. When women get pregnant, they carry on with employment for most of the nine months with some carrying on until the very last moments of labour pangs.
Between July and September every year, most candidates in primary, secondary and vocational schools across the country sit for mock examinations. Despite being done a few months to the final national examinations, there’s usually a tendency by many students to treat mocks as just any other exam.
We all know purposeful reading is essential to academic achievement, as books are important sources of information and knowledge. However, we are increasingly becoming aware of the importance of leisurely reading: that is, not reading for a required task, but rather reading for the simple pleasure of the experience.
Moses Gakuba, 44, a former local league basketballer, was once the real definition of the word ‘giant’, he was not only tall, but also physically well built.
Parenting a baby who’s always grumpy is a huge challenge for a new mother. It is natural for babies to cry once in a while, because that is how they communicate; but what would lead to a baby’s constant crying, even in the wee hours of the night?