Rwandans can go ahead and amend constitutional provisions on presidential term limits because the law provides for such a move, the Supreme Court ruled today.
The Spanish Supreme Court has revoked arrest warrants against 40 current and former Rwandan officials issued by a Spanish judge in 2008 and ordered the case closed.
Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has called on prosecutors to be selfless and uphold the highest standards in their duties.
The government has moved to set up a regulatory framework for remotely piloted aircraft, popularly referred to as ‘drones,’ following investor interest to establish the world’s first drone airport (drone port) in the country beginning next...
The acquittal of a Rwandan priest implicated in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi by a French court is nothing but “judicial comedy tinted with denial.”
At a time when the world economy is struggling to fully recover from the effects of the 2008 financial crisis, economic growth could do with a booster and African and Asian refugees and migrant arrivals in Europe could be the unlikely solution.
The Association of Microfinance Institutions in Rwanda (AMIR) launched a new programme to promote cashless lending through micro finance institutions on Monday.
Rwanda's leading security company Intersec has re-branded to ISCO Ltd to respond to the growing demand of security services and boost efficiency.
After losing their third game in a row against Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) on Wednesday, Cercle Sportif de Kigali (CSK) take on debutants NFEL of South Sudan in their final group game of the ongoing FIBA Africa Zone Five Club Championships in Kigali.
Fresh from finishing top in Tour de Cote d’Ivoire, Rwanda national cycling Team ‘Team Rwanda Cycling’ is preparing to compete at the forthcoming Grand Prix International Chantal Biya Race in Cameroon.
Born in Rwanda, Fathia Uwase, 32, left for Ghana four years ago with fashion on her mind. There, she studied fashion for a year at the Joyce Ababio School of Creative design. After graduation, she established her own brand called Fathia’s Creations.
It was an exciting evening of shared reading sessions and thrilling performances as two R&B artistes joined students and residents of Ngororero District in a reading culture event on Monday.
Oh great, here comes another wedding. Here comes another opportunity for my narrow-minded relatives to torture me with direct and indirect questions about when I’m planning to take ‘the next step.’
Just the other day I found myself in a bit of a situation when an enraged friend of mine expressed how irritated she was with people that text while on a motorcycle.
“Every year, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Millions of mothers worldwide battle the deadly disease. Receiving the news that one has cancer is bad enough, but sharing it with the little ones is the hardest part.
A graduate of Jain University, India, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Media Studies, Dominique Uwase Alonga started her company, Imagine We Rwanda, with only one thing in mind, empowering children and the youth of Rwanda.
The seventh edition of Rwanda Day which took place last Saturday October 3, 2015 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, was nothing short of a spectacle coated with ounces of patriotism, flashes of ambiance, and last but not least, traces of achievement by a country whose dark historical facts would have seduced historians...
Experts have called for the integration of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) skills into conventional school curricula from primary to university level.
According to the Director of Intervention of PAFP, Gedeon RUDAHUNGA, the program originated from three Belgian technical and financial partners: the Belgian Development Agency (BTC), the Flemish Organization for Technical Assistance (VVOB), and the Association for Promotion of Education and Training Abroad (APEFE) who all have one common donor;the Belgian Development Cooperation.
Exports are of fundamental importance to the achievement of every country’s economic growth and poverty reduction. The Government of Rwanda through the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MINICOM) has set ambitious export targets, making every effort to increase and sustain exports to both regional and international markets.
Every year, on the 15th of September, the world celebrates the International-al Day of Democracy (IDD). These celebrations have been held annually around the world since 2007, when the United Nations General Assembly marked September 15 as the International Day of Democracy.
For almost 100 years, Save the Children has been making a difference in children’s lives in more than 120 countries as the world’s leading independent organization for children, with a vision of a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation.
Last year, the education ministry passed a directive banning school canteens, to the disappointment of some parents and students. As a result, there have been calls for government from a section of education stakeholders to relax the rules and allow school canteens to operate freely.
I’m almost sure you already know that as long as you’re under 18 years of age, you are still considered a child according to Rwanda’s constitution. And if you’re still a child, you’re expected to be in school. I’m not saying that on your 18th birthday, you should pack your...
Mild and soft, gentle on your skin, lasts longer, keeps germs away from your body! These are some of the slogans that soap manufacturers are splashing across various media platforms to attract customers.
When Vestine Nirere, 26, a resident of Nyakinama village in Musanze District, had her first birth, she was shocked to learn that the child was not as normal as other children. The child was born with a condition called clubfoot.