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    Number of Burundian refugees soar to 20000

    Some Rwandans have approached the Rwandan Embassy in Burundi seeking papers to facilitate their return home following the unrest that has for the past few weeks rocked the country, according to the diplomatic mission.

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    Remains of 100 Genocide victims buried in Ruhango

    It was a sombre mood as thousands of survivors, relatives, friends, residents and government officials thronged Ruhango Memorial Site to accord decent burial to 105 victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi whose remains were...

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    Locals ask ID authority to decentralise services

    Several citizens upcountry have decried the time it costs to procure national identification cards with the the responsible agency in Kigali.

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    Supreme Court rejects Uwikindi appeal on lawyers

    The Supreme Court, on Friday, rejected an appeal filed by Genocide suspect Jean Uwinkindi in which he sought to retain his legal team at the expense of new lawyers assigned to him by the Rwanda Bar...

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    Nutrition: Why those dietary pills may come in handy?

    Esperance Karungi, a mother of two and resident of Nyagatare town, Eastern province, has several tins of food supplements in her house.Occasionally while conversing with her, she will stop to swallow one of the pills.

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MTN pays Rwf8.25m tuition for Bugesera school dropouts

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More disadvantaged children in Bugesera District will be able to access quality education, thanks to a donation of Rwf8.25 million from MTN Rwanda to support students who had dropped out of school due to lack of fees.

MTN Rwanda, Safaricom to interlink mobile money services

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MTN Rwanda subscribers will soon be able to make cross-border mobile money transactions, thanks to a deal MTN Group signed with Vodafone Group.

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Ferwafa mistakes return to haunt Amavubi

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Just nine months after Rwanda was banned from the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations group stage qualifiers for fielding an ineligible player, the Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) yet finds itself in a spot of bother with eight players ineligible to feature for the U-23 national team.

Algerian tests positive, costs Team Rwanda UCI points

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Top Algerian cyclist Hichem Chaabane has tested positive to two undisclosed prohibited substances and has been handed a life ban by the Algerian Cycling Federation.

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Shakespeare lives on 399 years later

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The British Council celebrated 399 years since English playwright William Shakespeare died by screening an adapted version of the classic Romeo and Juliet, on Thursday at the University of Rwanda-College of Education (formerly Kigali Institute of Education (KIE))

Former Miss Rwanda contestant starts charity organisation

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Former Miss Rwanda contestant, Fiona Ntaringwa, has started a charity organisation called Give Hope Foundation to help the needy especially patients who can’t afford medical bills.

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Touring the familiar: A walk through Nyamirambo

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It’s said that no visit to Kigali is complete without a foray into the bustling, multi-cultural hub of Nyamirambo. A visit to this noisy neighbourhood exposes a first time visitor to the typical African flair; one of hustle and bustle, color and pungent smells that is somewhat absent in the...

Benjamin Musuhuke is bringing UCLA to Rwanda

Benjamin Musuhuke is a University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) alumnus, from where he attained a master’s degree in African Studies in 2006. Today, he is the Liaison Officer of UCLA-Rwanda, and part of his brief is to coordinate UCLA programs in Rwanda, specifically at the University of Rwanda, College...

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Ms Geek: The mustard seed inspiring girls in ICT

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On 25 April, Ms Geek 2015 will be selected at the second edition of the annual event, which started last year to inspire Rwandan girls to join the male-dominated field of sciences.

Sibo on how Ms Geek competition opened doors to her dream

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Nancy Sibo was the winner of the first ever Ms Geek Rwanda contest held last year. She beat 25 other contestants from various higher learning institutions in Rwanda.

We need moral rehabilitation, trust in post-Genocide Rwanda

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The 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi has severely affected various Rwandan institutions and their respective agents. In general, all institutions of the Rwandan social fabric abdicated, to varying degrees, on their core mission of contributing to the cohesion and harmony of Rwandan society.

EDITORIAL: More institutions should participate in commemoration events

The last few weeks have seen several public and private institutions involved in activities to honour the more than a million victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

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Burundi’s ruling party chose President Pierre Nkurunziza to run for a third five-year term on Saturday, a move critics say is unconstitutional and may trigger violence.

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FH Rwanda: Empowering people with disabilities, sowing seeds of hope

Under FH Rwanda’s Health Program component, the organization in collaboration with Free Wheelchair Mission, a US based Mission supporting Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), has initiated a program to support PWDs in different districts of Rwanda with 550 wheelchairs.

Rwanda on track towards achieving environmental sustainability

Rwanda is globally recognized for her sustained efforts to protect the environment in order to ensure sustainable development, with major policies and strategies implemented by the Government through different institutions including Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA).

Skills Development Project: Accelerating vocational, technical skills training

Over 6000 youth have so far acquired skills from vocational schools funded by the Skills Development Fund (SDF), one of the three components of the Skills Development Project (SDP); an initiative being implemented by the Workforce Development Authority (WDA).

Ecobank remembers

Friday the 10th of April, 2015 Ecobank Rwanda joined the rest of Rwandans in commemorating the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi during a function that took place at Kigali Memorial Centre, Gisozi, where the management and staff donated Rwf 5 million and to vulnerable individuals.

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New term: Why your child must first have a medical examination

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On Monday, April 20, most schools in the country officially opened for second term. A number of students carried heavy suitcases containing new books, pens and clothes among other things to ensure their comfort at school.

Why I'm passionate about teaching

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When I was still a student at high school, my dream was to study law at the university because at that time it was considered as one of the most prestigious arts courses. Lawyers were regarded highly and the law profession was synonymous with wealth.

Nutrition: Why those dietary pills may come in handy?

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Esperance Karungi, a mother of two and resident of Nyagatare town, Eastern province, has several tins of food supplements in her house.Occasionally while conversing with her, she will stop to swallow one of the pills.

Ubugali: An affordable source of energy, protein

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Cassava flour locally known as ubugali is one of Rwanda’s staple food. According to nutritionists, the food which is generally affordable has many health benefits.