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Will growth of mobile money disrupt ATM technology?

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Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) have for ages offered debit and credit card holders a convenient way of accessing funds anytime and from any place where there is an ATM.

Logistics sector players upbeat as govt, DHL sign Rwf2.5b deal

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The cost of cargo transport and other logistical support services could reduce following the signing of a deal between government and DHL Express to construct a world-class logistics facility at Kigali International Airport.

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First black Africans in Tour de France inspire Team Rwanda

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Team Rwanda Cycling has drawn inspiration from the first black Africans to compete at the ongoing Tour de France that commenced last Saturday in Utrecht, Netherlands and will go on until July 26.

IGP Gasana pledges more support to Police sports teams

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The Inspector General of Police Emmanuel K Gasana yesterday committed to provide more support to both Police FC and Police handball team following an inspirational performance by the two teams this season.

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Ngoma comes to a standstill during Guma Guma live performance

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Music and laughter filled the air as thousands of spectators and music fans flocked Ngoma stadium as Primus Guma Guma Superstar 5 road shows entered into the ‘full live’ segment. Whereas the previous shows have been taking place on Saturdays, last weekend’s show was held on Sunday because July 4...

Uganda's Radio and Weasel thrill revelers at Kwibohora21 concert

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Uganda’s musical dynamic duo of Radio and Weasel joined Rwandans in celebrating 21 years of Liberation (Kwibohora21) with live performances in Kigali and Musanze over the weekend.

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Urwagwa, a local brew that has stood the test of time

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Honking cars, hooting motorists, and the endless flow of busy-looking pedestrians marching to unnamed destinations. It is the sound of Kinamba, an area in Rubavu, northern Rwanda, which is always on the move and forever changing.

Boss Kanimba: Making a living as a bouncer

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As a bouncer, Boss Kanimba’s first call of duty came in December 2010, when he was hired as a freelance bouncer at an international music concert at the Amahoro Stadium in Kigali

Hyperactive children: How to look out for the red flag

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They say parenting is as crazy as circumnavigating the world without a map but the journey is always worth it. Raising a child who is more than active, more than energetic and persistent is more than tiring.

My dream for Rwanda keeps me going - Mavubi

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Patricie Uwase Mavubi recently returned home to work on national transportation issues at the invitation of the Office of the President of Rwanda. She is a graduate from University of California, Berkeley with a Master of Science in Civil Engineering. She is currently setting up a Mentorship programme that will...

What the return of lions says about the current state of Rwanda

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A recent liberation-related event came and went almost unnoticed. It was reported in the media but not many paid attention. Even if someone had pointed it out to most Rwandans, they would probably have shrugged and said it had nothing to do with them.

EDITORIAL: Emulate Imbuto Foundation to empower more girls

The world over ensuring that girls join and stay in school is one of the biggest hurdles in pursuit of education for all under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

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Editorial Cartoon

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Imagine a situation in a country where all the banks are closed because there's no money in the economy and at the automated machines, one can only withdraw up to Rwf50,000; this isn’t some lurid dream, it’s the current Greek reality; it’s called ‘capital control.’

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MOVING TOWARDS A CLIMATE NEUTRAL UN THROUGH ONE UN GREENING THE BLUE

In recent past, debate on sustainability and resource efficiency has been ongoing due to the significant concerns about the unintended social, environmental, and economic consequences of our consumption and production patterns of the natural resources.

July 4: Rwanda's liberation and the march toward development

On July 4, 2015, Rwandans will mark the 21st anniversary of the end of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

Rwanda Military Hospital accentuates quality medical services

Rwanda Military Hospital (RMH) was built in 1968 at Kanombe, a Kigali suburb, as a Military Referral Hospital. It continued to provide health care services to the military and their immediate families until after the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi when doors were opened to the general population.

Privatized fertilizer importation and distribution system in Rwanda

Rwanda’s agricultural growth hinges on agricultural intensification and is targeted as a key contributory driver to economic growth and poverty reduction.

New education minister outlines his priorities

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Recently, Parliament approved Dr. Papius Musafiri, as the new education minister, replacing Prof. Silas Lwakabamba. The Ministry of Education has also been working on a sector review to improve performance.

What Rwanda can learn from Finland’s model

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In a quiet classroom adorned with the joyful creations of small children, Ville Sallinen is learning what makes Finland’s schools the envy of the world.

Be alert, male breast cancer is as dangerous as the others

When baby boys and baby girls are born, they have similar breast tissue and breast size. As boys develop especially during puberty, their breast growth ceases to be as complex as that of girls. High testosterone and low estrogen levels stop the development in boys.

Could your child be at risk of asthmatic bronchitis?

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Many children today are suffering from asthmatic bronchitis, an infection of the respiratory system caused by the syncyitiale virus. The virus causes the child to cough and sneeze, which makes the respiratory airways produce a liquid secretion that leads to a runny nose and wheezing in a child’s chest within...