Rwanda has what it takes to sustain its strong economic performance over the years as well as deal with any possible unforeseen challenges, the outgoing World Bank country manager has said.
The African Institute of Mathematical Sciences is set to establish a regional centre of excellence in the country.
The Government has reiterated appeal to the United Nations that hundreds of transcripts, as well as hours of video and audio recordings that make up International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) archives be handed over to...
The Japanese government has agreed to a $165,250 (Rwf120 million) grant toward two local organisations, with the funding to go into improving quality of education and access to safe, clean water for residents of Gatsibo, Gicumbi...
Three months ago, the Ministry of Education took a spontaneous decision to ban some courses taught at three universities in Rwanda. The suspended courses included bachelor of nursing, bachelor of pharmacy, bachelor of medical laboratory science...
The State Minister for Primary and Public Health, Dr Patrick Ndimubanzi, has said that HIV prevention through continuous education on prevention and treatment among children is one of the main strategies toward attaining an AIDS-free generation by 2030.
Local airlines and sector players have been urged to adhere to sector standards and regulations to boost the industry’s safety levels and competitiveness.
Rswitch and Veneka, an international payments company, have signed a partnership deal to ease access to financial services among microfinance institutions (MFIs) in the country.
Rwanda national football team, Amavubi, have booked a semifinal ticket at the ongoing CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup after eliminating Harambee Stars of Kenya in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Rayon Sports legend, Djuma Masudi, has been appointed as the club’s assistant coach on a two-year renewable contract, according to the club secretary general and spokesman, Olivier Gakwaya.
My Story, a play by Kaami Arts, a child development organisation, puts the family at the centre of street children dilemma. The play was part of activities held by Kaami Arts at Lemigo Hotel on Sunday to raise funds for the Urakunzwe Kibondo Daraja project aimed at using art to...
Some of the best local and regional comedians thrilled Kigali comedy lovers on Saturday at Serena Hotel. Uganda’s Collins Emeka, Alex Muhangi, and Kenya’s Chipukeezy graced the ‘Comedy Jam’ alongside Rwanda’s Herve Kimenyi, Babu and Arthur, among other comedians
Recently I was lucky to be part of a group of journalists and tour operators from the East African region and beyond, who were chosen to sample the beauties of Uganda and share the stories with the rest of the world. We toured the Ziwa Rhino sanctuary, went chimp tracking...
Chris Nicholson is a professional music therapist and trained guitarist from England. He is the project manager of Rwanda Youth Music, a project under Musicians without Borders -- an international organisation based in the Netherlands that works with different organisations in post conflict countries.
As the world celebrated the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women yesterday, it emerged that violence against women continues to be a global problem, despite the efforts to curb it.
The founder of Association of Kigali Women in Sports (AKWOS), Felicite Rwemalika, saw football as a powerful instrument to re-engage and empower girls and women.
The COP 21 climate conference, to be held in Paris in the aftermath of the recent barbarian acts of terrorism, is a fresh opportunity for the international community to come together and show its commitment to the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as the most appropriate way...
It was billed as a world scoop: the Africa correspondent for ITV, John Ray, had gained access to a top security prison in Mali which housed the men behind Africa’s “final solution.”
Three months ago, the Ministry of Education took a spontaneous decision to ban some courses taught at three universities in Rwanda. The suspended courses included bachelor of nursing, bachelor of pharmacy, bachelor of medical laboratory science and bachelor of public health.
College marks a special phase in life, and it is for this reason that both students and parents ought to be cautious when choosing which higher learning institution to enroll.
Tomorrow, Rwanda will join the rest of the World to commemorate World AIDS Day under the global theme, ‘The time to Act is now’. However the cure for the disease remains elusive with a glimmer of hope lying in antiretroviral therapy, counselling and prevention of mother to child transmission.
Good nutrition is important for everyone’s health. Nutrition plays an important role in the health of the immune system and its ability to fight infection. Healthy eating also helps one reduce the risk of developing heart disease, diabetes and cancer.