President Kagame yesterday met with President Ali Bongo to discuss strengthening bilateral ties during a one-day working visit in Gabon. Village Urugwiro.
With a fraction of Gacaca archives already digitised, it will require about Rwf5.5 billion to complete digitalisation of some 60 million copies of the archives, officials at the National Commission for the Fight against Genocide (CNLG)...
CANCER TREATMENT in the country is expected to improve further, thanks to a newly upgraded pathology laboratory in Butaro Hospital in Burera District.
Members of faith-based organisations and local and international NGOs have called on the Government to revise the framework within which the country carries out communal activities, Umuganda, to improve its efficiency and attract more citizenry participation.
Jordanian Princess Sarah Zeid has made a case for women living in refugee camps, saying ensuring the welfare and development of women benefits the entire community.
Civil Society Organisations have called for more citizen involvement in the budget making process, calling upon all those involved, be it state or non-state actors, to play their role to ensure the people are more involved.
LONDON - Sub-Saharan Africa’s telecoms service market will be worth $51 billion by 2021, up from $41 billion last year. Mobile services will represent more than 88.4 per cent of the telecoms service revenue in 2021, according to a new report by Analysys Mason, a global specialist adviser in telecoms,...
The central bank has called for more efforts to encourage Rwandans to embrace a savings culture for the country to achieve its medium-term savings targets.
Handball is one of the least known and undervalued sport not only in Rwanda but across the African continent and possibly beyond.
The dispute between the African Union and African Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA) over the ownership of the All-African Games is a step closer to being resolved.
Rwanda’s Imena cultural troupe is set to take part in the 13th edition of the Sauti za Busara that will take place in Stone Town, Zanzibar in February next year.
Rwandan R&B heartthrob and songwriter Christopher Muneza is among the main acts expected to perform at a Pan-African music festival, “PANAF”, due in Brussels, Belgium, on November 6.
When Jane Nziza met her fiancÃ©, she knew she had found her prince charming. The relationship grew stronger over the years and they decided to make it official.
For close to a decade, I had heard nothing but positive reviews about this lounge/restaurant. Why I had never visited the old or new location beats me.
Jean-Claude Niyibizi has always had a dream; to see more girls take on Information and Communication Technology (ICT), especially in the film industry. According to Niyibiza, film production, a field that has rarely been tapped into by girls, is the reason he started Mopas Film Academy.
Barbara Demorest is an American who participated in the Ulinzi Walk; a breast cancer awareness walk that took place on October 22 in Kigali. As a breast cancer survivor, Demorest knows all too well the trauma and pain patients go through when dealing with the cancer, including a drop in...
In 2004, during the 10th Commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi, France’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Renaud Muselier, staged a walk out when President Paul Kagame mentioned France’s role in arming and training government soldiers and militias who carried out the Genocide.
The dust had barely settled over the good news that Rwanda had yet again excelled in the World Bank Doing Business report, than the true meaning began to sink in.
Rwanda being known as one of the fastest growing economies in Africa, its hospitality industry has also become part of the global supply chains where adherence to global food safety is very important. Kigali Serena Hotel is at the fore of ensuring standards befitting a hotel of international repute. In recognition of such efforts, the hotel was awarded an SGS Hospitality Excellence Program certificate for achieving high standards.
The Participation Programme is a complement to UNESCO’s regular activities which facilitates the implementation of national, sub-regional, inter-regional and regional projects submitted by Member States and NGOs directly related to the activities of the Organization.
The Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) wishes to request all employers having staff who have benefited from the student loans scheme from 1980 to comply with the law nÂº 44/2015 of 14/09/2015 governing the student loans and bursaries.
Co-curricular activities are an integral part of the learning process. They are more vibrant and rewarding in a school set-up when they are timetabled, viewed as normal lessons, and when all the learners are involved in one way or the other.
Last Friday evening was one of joyful laughter and celebration for parents as they witnessed 17 of their little ones complete three years of free nursery education at Little Flowers, a charity nursery school in Kigali.
Coping with disability can be really hard, especially if the affected person was not born with it, and that is exactly what befell Peter Nyankiko and his wife, Venantie Mukanziza, residents of Bibare Cell, Kimironko Sector in Gasabo District when they became blind at the age of eight.
Just like good nutrition, a daily body massage is important in ensuring a healthy infant’s growth and development.