President Paul Kagame on Sunday participated in a high-level roundtable on Inclusive Global Development. The discussion took place on the sidelines of the Special Olympics being held this week in Los Angeles, California.
If it works as hoped, mobile phone users shall pay a uniform tariff to place a voice call from Rwanda to Tanzania or to Burundi, a development likely to significantly ease the cost of telecommunication services...
Professor James McWha, the vice chancellor of the University of Rwanda, urged teachers to work hard and be exemplary leaders in and outside the classroom.
As Members of Parliament continued their countrywide consultations on the request to amend the constitution over the weekend, women in Kayonza and Kirehe districts defended their position to support the continued presidency of Paul Kagame.
A delegation of Indian investors are in the country to assess the potential of tourism sector with a view to tap into the country’s highest revenue earner.
The gates of the quarantine Boma were opened, yesterday; the seven which were introduced into Akagera National Park nearly a month ago are now strolling outside their temporary enclosure.
Rwanda is urbanising at a high rate, thanks partly to government’s push for development of regional cities to ease rural-urban migration.
Prices for some foodstuffs have gone up in different markets in the City of Kigali over the past week. Irish potatoes now cost Rwf300 per kilogramme in most city markets, an increase of Rwf50 from Rwf250 last week.
APR coach Dusan Dule Suljagic will field his strongest team against Al Khartoum in today’s first quarter-final clash at the 2015 CECAFA Kagame Cup at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Rwanda national football stand-in captain Eric Ndayishimiye has advised his teammates to prove their worth against South Africa U-23 side in a friendly game this afternoon at the University of Johannesburg.
This year's KigaliUp Music Festival will stay longer in minds of music lovers who graced the festival. Apart from a big turn up, the event was graced by regional and international music stars.
Hundreds turned up over the weekend for famous Rwandan songstress Cecile Kayirebwa’s concert in Edmonton, Canada.
Lounge culture is fast picking up in Kigali, and it’s all about plush sofa-style seating, premium drinks and venues.
Alain Rushayidi is the senior account manager at Lamudi, a web-based portal that links buyers and sellers in the real estate market. The company operates in 32 countries across the globe, 22 of which are in Africa, Rwanda inclusive.
EIGHT MONTHS ago, Jeanne Mushimiyimana was blessed with a set of twins. But last week her neighbours woke up to shocking news that she had allegedly killed one of the twins and left the other for the dead. Mushimiyimana, a resident of Kimisagara sector is currently under police custody.
Katie Carlson came to Rwanda to do research for her thesis and she instantly fell in love with the country. Four months later, the self- proclaimed feminist packed her bags and left Canada for Rwanda. It has been three years and she says that it’s just the beginning. She talked...
The world over, there are certain things that decent people simply do not do. No decent person looks at an individual who has survived some horrible illness and then turns away in disgust, spits on the ground and mutters under the breath: why did this creature survive? He should have...
That all Rwandans are united behind the cause of the continuity of the current miraculous socio-economic transformation of the country is not accidental, it is an issue that has brought unity of purpose among of all Rwandans regardless of social status and creed.
Jean Paul Muzakera, his two sons and a wife in Mukarange sector Kayonza district often struggled to meet their basic needs until they received help from Heifer International Rwanda (HIR) in 2013 before which the family’s health suffered greatly. “It was difficult for us to find food everyday,” Muzakera recalls.
This year's 100 days of commemoration of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis saw Tigo Rwanda staff launch a donation tour to intensify their support to survivors through various corporate social responsibility activities across all regions of Rwanda.
In the coming weeks, thousands of students will be graduating from many universities in the country. These will join many more that have walked Kigali streets for years without finding a job.
I recently attended a student's debate session that left me enthralled to say the least. Kigali Interschool Debate Competitions attracted students from top secondary schools in Rwanda in a battle of tongues (or should I say wits) on the theme: “If Rwanda is to develop, schools should focus more on...
Today as Rwanda joins the rest of the world to mark the International Head and Neck Cancer Day, medics are still grappling with a bulk of stumbling blocks to provide a single cure for the disease. For that matter, growing fear among patients and caretakers has yielded several myths about...
Certain circumstances make people lose weight, it could be for medical reasons for example after losing weight to sickness or one can look for weight increase for purposes of competing favourably in physical sport.