Knowless on her music career and raising a family

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She has captured people’s hearts with her music talent, her beauty and warm personality. Knowless Butera, real names, Jeanne Ingabire Butera is one of the music artists that has lingered on the music and celebrity scene for some time.

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New alliance will boost intra-Africa trade-experts

Experts have called for the formation of the African Corridor Management Alliance to boost Intra Africa Trade According to the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA); the alliance will play a critical role in coordinating the sharing of best practices and other strategies in support of the development and management of...

AfDB approves $28.2m funding to support housing in Africa

The African Development Bank (AfDB) said Thursday that it is arranging for an immediate loan of $28.2 million for Shelter Afrique, a Development Finance Institution investing in affordable housing for Africa.

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[VIDEO]: Uwamahoro sets World Cricket batting record

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Rwandan cricketer Cathia Uwamahoro yesterday set a new world record for the longest time spent batting in the net. The 23-year-old, who started batting on Friday morning spent 26 hours batting.

Rayon Coach warns against complacency in CAF tie

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Rayon Sports head coach Djuma Masudi has warned his players not to take their second tie against El Wau Salam for granted despite thrashing the South Sudan side 4-0 in the first leg in Juba last week. The two teams play the second leg tie this afternoon at Amahoro national...

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Knowless on her music career and raising a family

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She has captured people’s hearts with her music talent, her beauty and warm personality. Knowless Butera, real names, Jeanne Ingabire Butera is one of the music artists that has lingered on the music and celebrity scene for some time.

‘I am Kigali’ festival getting bigger, better

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Kigali is home to many different people and types of migrants as well; locals, the person from a neighboring country that came to work, the refugee fleeing conflict in their native country, those returning home after many years in the diaspora, the growing social entrepreneur class, the businessman/woman seeking investment...

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Vaga Vybz: From a 'Vagabond' to dancehall maestro

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Reggae-Dancehall Vaga Styleā€¯ is how Vaga Vybz describes his music. After experimenting with virtually all musical genres in his formative years, the singer eventually settled for a fusion of Reggae and Dancehall.

MC Ange on her career journey and raising a family

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25-year-old Ange K Umulisa, is a former TV host and emcee, who has worked for several government and public companies. She is also wife to musician DJ Pius and together they have a two year old son. She had a chat with Sunday Magazine’s Sharon Kantengwa on her career journey...

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Showbiz: Why it’s not a bed of roses for female celebrities

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In Rwanda, showbiz life is not as sparkling as what we watch on E entertainment and other international platforms. However, our female local celebrities seem to be enjoying the good life and many young girls look up to them.

How Ujeneza is turning disposable bottles into a profitable business

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39-year-old Germaine Ujeneza is a popular artisan in the Northern Province because of her tremendous skills in using disposable bottles to make curtains, plastic flowers and other decorations. Out of this hand work, she has managed to pay for her husband’s tuition at university for four years and, will soon...

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Kigali’s new Mayor has his work cut out

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A friend of mine recently dropped by Kigali from Kampala for a few days. We met for a drink and one of the things that had caught his eye was the fact that the road on the side of the Kigali Convention Centre was closed off. He found this out...

EDITORIAL: All eyes on Kigali City’s new leadership

Significant changes have taken place at the helm of Kigali City; a new Mayor was elected and an Executive Secretary appointed. For those familiar with the city politics, it was not just a change of guard, it was a strong statement, a message that the city needs to shift gear...

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Members of the Lower House have approved the basis of a government draft law that seeks to establish a National Rehabilitation Service (NRS), paving way for the bill to be debated in a parliamentary committee before it is returned to the plenary.

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Heroes Day: Heroism is making choices that fit us

Established in 2009, The Chancellery for Heroes, National Orders and Decorations of Honour (CHENO) officially started operations in 2014.

RWANDA NATIONAL POLICE: 2016 REVIEW

Police (RNP) continued its vibrant pace to further ensure safety of people living in Rwanda and their property and to make it a safer place that facilitates development and investment in the transformation process.

YARA Rwanda takes high quality fertilizer distribution services closer to farmers

YARA Rwanda on Tuesday 20th/12/2016, in Huye district, launched its first massive upcountry fertilizer distribution program in a bid to bring services closer to farmers in Gisagara, Huye, Nyamagabe, Nyaruguru, Rusizi and Nyanza districts.

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TVET schools urged to prioritise energy sector

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Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) schools have been challenged to ensure they produce graduates who are capable of providing innovative solutions to the country’s socio-economic challenges, including energy gaps.

A-Level star performers narrate their success stories

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Hard work, sleepless nights, faith, support from teachers and parents are some of the factors some of the star performers in the recently released Advanced Level examinations cited for their success.

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How mothers can ensure a safe pregnancy

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February is gazetted by the World Health Organisation as the Reproductive Health Awareness Month, and as such, awareness campaigns are staged on issues pertaining to pregnancy.

Skin care: How safe is your makeup?

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Women wear makeup for a variety of reasons that may include covering a blemish, looking good, or feeling more confident. By enhancing their beauty, it gives a boost to an otherwise wearied appearance.

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