Members of Parliament have reached more than half of the country in consultations with citizens on calls to amend Article 101 of the Constitution to scrap presidential term limits.
The second day of a weeklong graduation at the University of Rwanda was marked with a call on graduate engineers to play a crucial role in the development of different infrastructure projects in the country.
People who consider the ongoing Ubudehe classification exercise as an opportunity to get financial assistance are slowing down the process, it has emerged.
Members of cooperatives in the country have donated Rwf93.5 million to disabled former liberation fighters in recognition of their work.
The Minister for Internal Security, Sheikh Mussa Fazil Harerimana, has urged private security companies operating in Rwanda to uphold professionalism if they are to win public trust.
President Barack Obama said, yesterday, that the United States stands with Africa in the war against terrorism and to end conflict, warning that the continent’s progress will “depend on security and peace”.
More than 383 local and foreign companies will today start showcasing products and innovations as the 18th Rwanda International Trade Fair kicks off at the Gikondo Expo Grounds in Kicukiro.
Crystal Telecom counter gained Rwf3 to close at Rwf115 yesterday, up from Rwf112 during the previous trading session on Monday, the Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) daily market report for Tuesday indicates.
Rwanda women's sitting volleyball team has qualified for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games in Brazil after defeating Egypt 3-2 in the Paravolley Africa sitting volleyball championship final at Amahoro Indoor Stadium last night.
APR FC were undone by careless mistakes as they were humiliated 4-0 by Sudanese debutants Al Khartoum in the quarter-final of the 2015 CECAFA Kagame Cup yesterday at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Bonfils Ngabonziza is one of Rwanda’s most talented young contemporary artists. After finishing high school, he realised that his true passion lay in the arts and decided to teach himself to become a painter first, then a muralist.
This year's KigaliUp Music Festival will stay longer in minds of music lovers who graced the festival. Apart from a big turn up, the event was graced by regional and international music stars.
Lounge culture is fast picking up in Kigali, and it’s all about plush sofa-style seating, premium drinks and venues.
Alain Rushayidi is the senior account manager at Lamudi, a web-based portal that links buyers and sellers in the real estate market. The company operates in 32 countries across the globe, 22 of which are in Africa, Rwanda inclusive.
EIGHT MONTHS ago, Jeanne Mushimiyimana was blessed with a set of twins. But last week her neighbours woke up to shocking news that she had allegedly killed one of the twins and left the other for the dead. Mushimiyimana, a resident of Kimisagara sector is currently under police custody.
Katie Carlson came to Rwanda to do research for her thesis and she instantly fell in love with the country. Four months later, the self- proclaimed feminist packed her bags and left Canada for Rwanda. It has been three years and she says that it’s just the beginning. She talked...
OXFORD – Over the last few decades, the International Monetary Fund has learned six important lessons about how to manage government debt crises. In its response to the crisis in Greece, however, each of these lessons has been ignored.
On Monday, Rwanda marked the World Head and Neck Cancer Day, the first time the country was commemorating the international day as it looks to increase awareness about the disease. The day seeks to raise awareness on prevention, effective care and control of head and neck cancer. In doing so,...
The University of Rwanda - College of Science and Technology (CST) is committed to advancing Rwanda’s development by graduating highly skilled people for the country’s economy and by providing scientific and technological assistance and services to all sections of the community.
As is custom in our country, one of my nieces used to help us out in our household. She was taking care of our little son and was in charge of some of the household chores. This helped me a lot. She was a very honest, loving and sincere person.
The Akilah Institute for Women (Akilah), situated in Kibagabaga-Kigali, started in 2010 as a non-profit organisation offering a market relevant diploma course in Hospitality Management.
This week, University of Rwanda will graduate over 8,000 students and since Monday when the week-long ceremonies began, Kigali pubs, restaurants and hotels have been a beehive of parties. It has been a time for families to reunite and celebrate their children’s achievement after a long and thorny journey. But...
Today as Rwanda joins the rest of the world to mark the International Head and Neck Cancer Day, medics are still grappling with a bulk of stumbling blocks to provide a single cure for the disease. For that matter, growing fear among patients and caretakers has yielded several myths about...
Certain circumstances make people lose weight, it could be for medical reasons for example after losing weight to sickness or one can look for weight increase for purposes of competing favourably in physical sport.