Africa is capable of making its own continental tribunal to replace the much-maligned International Criminal Court (ICC) if respective nations gather the willpower to completely adhere to it without fear or favour, three African chief justices...
At least 112 Muslims on Monday departed for the Muslim holy city of Mecca in western Saudi Arabia, to participate in the holy pilgrimage.
Families who lost loved ones to the recent crocodile attacks will be compensated by the Special Guarantee Fund.
The lawmakers were generally in agreement that the Government had done exceptionally well over the years but shared different views on areas they thought need special attention to accelerate economic development and urgently improve people’s welfare.
EVEN A cornered rat will turn and bite at the cat. But for street vendors in Kigali, it’s more than just being cornered from time to time but they have lost patience. And when this happens,...
Formal justice is not enough to ease access to and guarantee justice and need to be harmonised with traditional systems.
Government has signed a multimillion dollar deal with a Nigerian investor to revamp and develop the country’s potato industry and help make Rwanda a key producer and exporter of potato products.
The local hospitality sector has moved to embrace advanced technologies to ensure security and safety at their facilities. Nsengiyumva Barakabuye, the chairman of the Rwanda Hospitality Association, noted that new technologies are essential to safeguard the industry.
THE national basketball team (men) will hold a week-long boot camp in Tunisia as part of final preparations for the upcoming African Basketball Championship.
Rwanda will host this year’s CECAFA Women Challenge Cup in November, Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) President Vincent Nzamwita has said.
Over 150 Rwandan artists will take part in the regional Arts and Cultural extravaganza dubbed Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki Utamaduni festival (JAMAFEST) in Kampala, Uganda from September 7-14.
It was a huge disappointment for music lovers at the closing night of KigaliUp festival on Sunday as the main act Alpha Blondy failed to show up. And in their wisdom, organisers sought to relay this devastating news only through the KigaliUp twitter handle:
'A CEO and drummer queen' is what Muthoni Ndonga, the Blankets and Wine founder describes herself; 'CEO by day, and by night drummer queen,' she adds for emphasis.
Thierry-Kevin Gatete is a human rights lawyer and activist, known for his popular blog, 'Gatete Views'. Gatete works as a Senior Research Fellow for the Institute of Policy Analysis and Research.
They look immaculate in their uniform. On duty they are confident and carry themselves with an aura of confidence and professionalism even when handling the most complex situations. They command respect and diligently perform their roles in a field many regard a male domain.
A good wife knows her husband well and cares more about the relationship than what her husband’s relative’s demand for, and that is her greatest source of protection.
Seeing the constellation of African governments’ luminaries and a good number from cities as far apart as Beijing and New York gracing the swearing-in ceremony of President Paul Kagame was one moment of a kind. Indeed, wouldn’t everybody marvel at the way we have sailed through turbulent, shark-infested waters to...
Every last quarter for the past 12 years, all our conservation partners gather in Musanze at the foot of the Volcanoes Mountains for Kwita Izina. They are joined by thousands of local and international supporters for a day of learning and celebration of a magnificent gorilla species.
Vision for a Nation Foundation has supported Rwanda to become the first developing country in the world to provide all its citizens with local access to affordable eye care as screenings reach two million this month.
On a hot day when the air is thick and still, it helps to have a fan, giving the illusion that the atmosphere is filled with fresh air. The first fan to come into existence was discovered by ancient Egyptians in 4000 BC. The servants of Egyptian elites would fan...
That’s right- teacher exam fever! Have you ever taken a crucial lab test and waited for results or had an impromptu speech to give before people on whom your life depended? The anxiety bred by such situations is incomparable to a teacher’s when the final external exam for his/her subject...