Campaigning in the country’s northwestern region, President Paul Kagame said Wednesday that Rwandans are strong enough to overcome any threat.
Democratic Green Party of Rwanda presidential flag bearer Frank Habineza will l release all inmates aged 70 and above if he wins August 4 polls.
Independent presidential candidate Philippe Mpayimana yesterday declared that he will win the August 4 presidential election. Mpayimana said this while campaigning in Gatsibo and Kayonza districts.
POLLING kits have arrived at nearly all the 98 polling stations abroad, the National Electoral Commission has said.
The Minister for Trade, Industry and EAC Affairs, François Kanimba, has commended ‘Get It Rwanda’, a local company that washes and processes fruits and vegetables mainly for export purpose.
Speaking to residents in the Western Province of Nyabihu, RPF-Inkotanyi presidential candidate, Paul Kagame, pledged to continue the fight to eradicate poverty if elected back in office.
The prices of some staple foods have dropped marginally in Huye town over the past two weeks, a mini-survey by The New Times indicates.
Local firms should take advantage of the forthcoming Rwanda International Trade Fair (RITF) to deepen their market reach locally and abroad through networking and partnerships, the Private Sector Federation (PSF) has said.
The Rwanda women’s volleyball team will leave for Kenya today to take part in the upcoming CAVB Zone V Championships, which will be hosted at Kasarani Gymnasium in Nairobi, Kenya from July 28 to August 30.
Rwandan Rugby Federation (RRF) has welcomed the world rugby body’s announcement of additional new rules for both Northern and Southern hemispheres.
Rwanda’s fast rising female duo Charly & Nina are set to premiere the video of their latest song Mfata on Friday, July 28 at People nightclub in Kacyiru.
Miss Rwanda Elsa Iradukunda is gearing up for the Miss World beauty pageant slated for November 18 in Shenzhen, China.
Eric Dusingizimana is the National cricket team captain who last year etched into history by setting the world record for batting in the net. The 30 year old civil engineer plays for Right Guards Cricket Club and has been playing cricket since 2006, a game that he acknowledges is increasingly...
I’m a woman and so I feel bad for the Saudi woman who was arrested for simply wearing a short skirt. Like I always say, in 2017, no one should get arrested for dressing how they want when we have terrorists and other vile criminals roaming the streets.
Pauline Nyiramahirwe was orphaned when she was a toddler. Today, the 24-year-old has no vivid recollection of the incidents that led to her parents’ death.
Lulu Karangwa is the founder of Childcare at Workplace Organisation (CWO).
No two realities of the same country can be more markedly different. One is the reality lived by Rwandans over the last two decades. It is a visible and measurable reality of the progress they have made.
NEW HAVEN – Once again, the Chinese economy has defied the hand wringing of the nattering nabobs of negativism.
For the last twenty three years, Rwanda’s pragmatic and visionary leadership has sustained a secure and generally conducive fiscal atmosphere to enable a vibrant national economy and the vivid growth of social cohesion and development of the citizenry.
Students will soon be breaking off for holidays, and as the tradition, each will be given a report card indicating how they have performed. Also in these report cards will be remarks on the child’s general conduct at school.
To say that the teaching profession is demanding is quite an understatement. In any one teaching day, you not only teach overcrowded classes, but must also manage behavior, plan lessons, separate fights, assess learning, counsel students, write reports, mark books, do lunch duty, tidy classrooms, create resources, deal with bureaucracy,...
Truthfulness is the greatest and most important of all human virtues. Truthfulness means to speak the truth habitually. A truthful man will never tell a lie. He always says what he means. He acts as he says.
There are a number of activities children engage in every holiday. Some of those activities include playing different games and sports, visiting different recreational centres and amusement parks, as well as visiting libraries to read books and use computers, among others.