Leaders of political parties have told senators that they want presidential term limits scrapped from the Constitution to allow people choose a leader of their choice.
Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has challenged the private sector to take advantage of infrastructure government is putting in place to broaden the country’s export base.
The mood is as usual at Groupe Scolaire de la Salle in Gicumbi District. Students are relaxed after completing their second term exams and await results before going home for holidays.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) and twenty African countries have raised $830 million to finance infrastructure development on the continent under the newly created Africa50 initiative.
The newly appointed High Commissioner of Rwanda to the Republic of Singapore, Guillaume Kavaruganda this Thursday, presented his letter of credence to the President of Singapore, Tony Tan Keng Yam.
Construction of roads in Musanze District could be completed ahead of the set deadline, the Minister of State for Transport, Dr Alex Nzahabwanimana, has said.
The number of Indian tourists visiting the country could soon increase following the signing of a co-operation deal between the Rwanda Tour and Travel Association (RTTA) and Outbound Tour Operators Association of India (OTOAI) to market the country in the Asian nation.
Bralirwa and the Crystal Telecom counters were the only gainers during Thursday trading session, with Bralirwa increasing by Rwf26 to close at Rwf325, the Rwanda Stock Exchange daily market report indicates.
Rwanda head coach Paul Bitok has appealed for more support to the national volleyball team in order to build a strong and experienced side.
The 2013 African rally champion Jassy Singh and the current points leader on the African Rally Championship (ARC) standings Jaspreet Chatte will be hoping to earn maximum points when the Mt Gorilla rally championship gets underway today in Nyamata.
Just like the two sides of a coin that aren’t seen at the same time, Jeanne d’Arc Ingabire Butera, better known by her stage name Knowless, stunned family and friends when she unveiled her singing side in 2011.
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.
It stiffles intellectual debate I think we can all agree that the internet, particularly social media has been instrumental to activists, event organisers, and social media campaigns such as Arab Spring, Ice Bucket Challenge, hashtags such as #SomeonetellCNN, #AfricaIsNotaCountry and the pan-continental satire #IfAfricaWasABar among others.
Lounge culture is fast picking up in Kigali, and it’s all about plush sofa-style seating, premium drinks and venues.
Joselyn Umutoniwase quit film editing and directing to start her own fashion house; Rwanda Clothing. She holds a degree in IT and employs her three sisters. She talked to The New Times’ Donah Mbabazi on what it’s like to build a brand.
Is being a plus size lady, a good excuse to wear oversize clothes? Fashion designers and modern stylists say not all. Instead, fashion enthusiasts discourage plus size women from wearing baggy clothes pointing out that these clothes only worsen the situation by making them come out as more oversize than...
Communication and language are very vital instruments of interaction. They are essential part of everyday life. The word communication has been derived from the Latin word “communis” which means “to share”.
Creating a fairer society where men and women alike can achieve their full potential is an important goal. This can only be achieved if both men and women actively engage in making it a reality; both men and women have much to gain from a more equal society.
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.