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    Iradukunda crowned Miss Rwanda 2018

    Liliane Iradukunda has replaced Elsa Iradukunda as Miss Rwanda 2018​. She was crowned Miss Rwanda 2018 in a colourful grand finale held at the iconic Kigali Convention Centre auditorium, on Saturday.

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    Rwanda supports regional textile production- Musoni

    Regional leaders met in Kampala on Friday to devise means of increasing East Africa’s trade competitiveness through, among other means, creating a competitive textiles industry.

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    Rwf1.7 b Rubavu market will empower informal cross border traders – official

    The Rubavu Cross Border Market complex worth $2 million (approximately Rwf1.7 billion) which will be inaugurated early April is set to significantly empower small scale traders in Rubavu and other neighbouring districts.

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    Expect more Sudanese investors in Rwanda- Envoy

    For over two decades, Sudan’s investors were limited to explore the possibility of other markets due to a trade embargo by the US. But Sudan’s new Ambassador to Rwanda, Abdalla Hassan Eisa Bushara says that after...

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    The cost of corruption on economy and people’s welfare

    The amount of bribe paid by Rwandans to get various services such as social protection, justice, or bank products was estimated to Rwf35.5 billion, according to Executive Director of Transparency International Rwanda (TI-RW), Apollinaire Mupiganyi.

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New PSF leader outlines priorities for next 3 years

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The new Private Sector Federation (PSF) national leadership has pledged to work on addressing the numerous challenges affecting the business community in the country.

Zimbabwe resumes diamond auctions after one year break

Zimbabwe has resumed diamond auctions after a one-year beak, with a test sale that closed last week realising $829,067. Mines Minister Winston Chitando refused to disclose the amount of gems sold at the test sale, but indicated that the country had accumulated a stock pile of 1.558 million carats during...

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2019 FIBA World Cup qualifiers: Rwanda eye win over Uganda after Nigeria defeat

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After a humbling 108-56 defeat at hands of giants Nigeria on Saturday night, Rwanda will be seeking to pull off a vital win against Uganda as window one of Group B qualifiers for the 2019 FIBA World Cup climaxes on Sunday.

Clash of old the enemies

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DEFENDING champions Rayon Sports are in good mood and ready for Sunday’s Azam Rwanda Premier League clash against arch-rivals APR FC at Amahoro National Stadium, according to head coach Olivier Karekezi.

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Iradukunda crowned Miss Rwanda 2018

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Liliane Iradukunda has replaced Elsa Iradukunda as Miss Rwanda 2018​. She was crowned Miss Rwanda 2018 in a colourful grand finale held at the iconic Kigali Convention Centre auditorium, on Saturday.

Kigali jazz junction pays tribute to Masekela, Mowzey Radio

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Kigali Jazz Junction marks three years in June this year. During this time, the signature monthly jazz gathering has trotted the breadth and length of the continent, bringing Kigali jazz lovers in contact with different musical sounds and experiences.

24 year-old Nsanzu and his love for the super-bike

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Many people wonder what it is like to ride on a monster bike that does not look like they guarantee safety. The feeling is something that can’t be explained until you have actually experienced it.

Tumusabe: Rwanda’s only female comedian wants women to join the industry

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23 year- old Nakato Phrister Tumusabe has defied odds by joining the male-dominated comedy industry. So far, the only female comedian, Tumusabe hopes to take her career to greater heights.

Access to justice; why it is still a walk on thorns for women

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IT started like any other normal day for Emily Tuyishime but little did she know it would turn into a black Saturday in her life. On that fateful Saturday afternoon, her four-year-old son was involved in an accident that left him in a coma after sustaining grave injuries on the...

Deputy CEO Byamukama on leadership as women

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Dr. Shivon Byamukama is the deputy CEO of Babyl Rwanda and a lawyer by profession. She previously worked with Rwandair and Bank of Kigali. Her personal journey which includes work, school, family, friends, is what has shaped her into what she is today. She shared with Women Today’s Sharon Kantengwa...

With golf, our tourism can actually tee off to better greens

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If you are reading this allow me to start by declaring that I find the game of golf to be very boring and also hard to understand. This may not make much sense considering that when people tell me that cricket is a boring and confusing game I silently want...

Editorial: Educating a future better class should be the priority

Education took centre stage this week. It started with parliament throwing out a report compiled by the education committee that it deemed very shallow and recommendations that would not make any impact in improving education standards.

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Editorial Cartoon

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Forward Shaban ‘Tchabalala’ Hussein scored the lone goal as Rayon Sports claimed a hard fought 1-0 away victory against Lydia Ludic Académic of Burundi in the preliminary round return leg of the 2018 CAF Champions League, on Wednesday.

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Kasha launches

Kasha recently held their official launch at Inka Steakhouse, presenting a confidential and convenient way to access health and personal care products for women through technology.

Discipline: How to break your child’s bad habits

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Are you going through that phase where your school-going child is being too difficult to handle, refuses to listen and is creating havoc at school? Do you feel embarrassed when he gets unruly in presence of other people? Is he being labelled as ‘aggressive’ or ‘notorious’ at school?

School Enterprise Challenge shaping young entrepreneurs

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Clarisse Nzafashwanimana, is a Senor 5 student at Groupe Scolaire Masaka. She is doing Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM). She combines her studies with making knitted baby clothing (sweaters, caps and socks). She says the idea came when her school joined the School Enterprise Challenge.

Talent: Mpeta wants to become a top gospel artiste

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Hearing his high soft soprano from a distance, you do not want him to stop singing but rather feel compelled to pull closer to listen more to the rhythmic melodies seeping out of his young voice.

The Ant and the Grasshopper

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One summer’s day, in a field, a Grasshopper was hopping about, chirping and singing to its heart’s content. An Ant passed by, bearing along with great effort an ear of corn he was taking to his nest.