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KQ pilots' strike called off, HR director leaves the airline

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Nairobi – Kenya Airways’ pilots called off their strike late Thursday night following a day-long crisis meeting with the Transport cabinet secretary James Macharia and KQ chairman Dennis Awori after which it was announced the airline’s human resource director had exited the company.

Coffee export revenues double to $8.3m in 1st quarter of 2016

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Rwanda’s coffee export revenues increased to $8.3 million (Rwf6.5 billion) during the first three months of 2016, up from $6.6 million same period in 2015, a report by the National Agriculture Export Board (NAEB) has indicated.

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Rayon look to beat Police to keep pace with APR

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Title contenders Rayon Sports will be hoping to continue their impressive run when they host Police FC on match-day 20 in the national football league this evening at Kigali Regional Stadium.

THE PREDICTOR: Foxes history as Magpies bow down

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With just four games left, Sunderland, who are 17th in the table, will look to take a step closer to top-flight safety in their away match with 10th-placed Stoke City today.

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‎Chameleone celebrates his birthday in Kigali

Uganda’s celebrated artiste Jose Chameleone (real name Joseph Mayanja), this Friday, celebrated his 36th birthday in Kigali.

Art runs in my blood, says Yego's Tuyisenge

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On the walls of Yego Art Center are three acrylic on canvas paintings of three zebras in different colours apart from the normal white and black stripes, which colour the normal skin of the animal called, Zebra Series.

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The underbelly of bachelor parties

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In January, Richard Kagabo hatched a plan together with a group of friends to organise a bachelor party for a friend they have known since high school.

21 QUESTIONS: If Riderman had 24 hours to live...

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When he’s not making mega hits, he’s probably on promotional tours or grooming upcoming artistes under Ibisumuzi Studio Records. Emery Gatsinzi aka Riderman, also known as the “Godfather” of Rwandan hip-hop, has won several accolades including Primus GumaGuma Super Star season 3.

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Ms. Geek: Celebrating three years of success

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When Ms. Geek was launched three years ago, few believed how far it would go in inspiring girls to join technology field, and also pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

There's more to women than running a kitchen, says Legacy Brands MD

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They say success comes to those who follow their passion. And Isabella Lydia Masozera did just that. The former radio presenter is now a budding entrepreneur, managing her own Public Relations firm.

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The period is not a dirty word

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It is a subject rarely talked about in public, if at all. It is a complete no-no in polite company. Yet it is as natural as breathing. Some would say as a man, there are more qualified voices than mine to intimately talk about it.

Why we must fight erosion into Lake Kivu

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A few days ago, as I was reading local online news from back home, my attention was captured by an article raising a huge concern over the colour change of waters of Lake Kivu.

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Editorial Cartoon

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Contractors have asked that government to always pay fines for a delayed settlement. They complained that while delayed payment for completed works, or delivery of materials or services attract no penalty on the part of government agencies, contractors are subjected to a fine when they fail to deliver on time.

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Accelerating demand driven, sustainable irrigation development to achieve 100,000ha by 2020

Irrigation development in Rwanda is critical in ensuring that the nation attains the set EDPRSII target of 8.5% growth in Agriculture that will in turn boost the overall national GDP. In the preceding year (2014-15), the growth of agriculture has been depressed at 4.5% thus threatening the achievement of the twin goals of poverty reduction and economic growth.

Combating Hepatitis B & Hepatitis C in Rwanda

Hepatitis is not a commonplace disease. However, there have been rising cases of Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C infections and related deaths in Rwanda.

Bollore Africa Logistics Rwanda pays tribute to Ntarama Genocide victims

On Tuesday 26th April, Bolloré Africa Logistics Rwanda staff took some time off their schedule and visited the Ntarama Genocide Memorial Centre in Bugesera District - Eastern Province to pay tribute to victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

MPs conduct field visits to explore ways of improving civil registration and vital statistics

From March 11th to 12th, Members of the Rwandan Parliamentarians’ Network on Population and Development, (RPRPD) conducted a field Visit to oversee how civil registration and vital statistics work at grass root levels.

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Who is responsible for the poor academic research?

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It is a common saying that the world’s greatest minds solve nothing. Others have also argued that intelligent researchers spend most of their time on academic work and neglect their role in society.

My dream is to empower youth for a better Rwanda, says Tumwine

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The question of whether leaders are born or made remains unresolved, but what is undisputed is that with early initiation on the principles of leadership, every child can grow into a productive being in their careers.

Malaria resurgence: What exactly went wrong?

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As Rwanda Joins the rest of the World today to mark malaria day, the resurgence in malaria cases comes as a surprise considering the amount of effort invested by government to fight the disease.

How to prevent and treat boils

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Boils or abscesses can be quite embarrassing and cause immense discomfort, especially when they appear on sensitive areas of the body such as on buttocks or thighs.