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    How lack of evidence costs Genocide orphans property

    Lack of information still hinders recovery of property for more than 300 orphans of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, whose assets were illegally taken over by ‘dishonest persons’ after the slaughter.

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    Rwanda deploys more choppers to South Sudan

    Rwanda Defence Forces yesterday deployed two more helicopters to South Sudan as part of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), bringing the number of the country’s military whirlybirds in the world’s youngest nation...

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    New portal to ease access to information on land

    The public will no longer have to dig into documents and move from one place to another for information about land use following the launch of the National Land Use Portal.

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    The dilemma of being ‘the other woman’

    A woman in love with a married man! That is stuff we want to imagine stops in movies and love soaps. But unfortunately, it’s a real life dilemma that many are grappling with.

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    Learn and secure

    Sponsored Content: Insurance serves many purposes and has many benefits for both individuals and businesses. Policies are purchased to provide protection against the potential of unexpected future losses and can help make sure assets, income,...

U.N. peacekeepers from Ukraine detained in Congo over uniforms

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Authorities in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo detained six U.N. peacekeepers from Ukraine in the eastern city of Goma on Wednesday because they had Congolese military uniforms in their luggage, a spokesman for the U.N. mission (MONUSCO) said.

Business community urged to promote green economy strategies

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The local business community has been urged to embrace green growth and climate friendly strategies to ensure sustainable growth.

Airport clearing agents decry delays in acquisition of access badges

Clearing and forwarding agents operating at the Kigali International Airport have decried delays in issuance of airport access badges, which they say is affecting their operations. They claimed that sometimes it takes about three months to get a pass that is only valid for the same period.

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Phillip Hughes: Australian batsman dies, aged 25

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Australia Test batsman Phillip Hughes has died aged 25, two days after being hit on the head by a delivery during a domestic match in Sydney.

Ndayisenga set for UCI World Cycling Centre clinic

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Tour du Rwanda winner Valens Ndayisenga is set to return to the UCI World Cycling Centre in Aigle (Switzerland) in April next year as he pursues a professional cycling career.

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Beauty for Ashes to launch ‘Siriprize’ remix

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As the festive Christmas season sets in, gospel music will dominate Kigali’s entertainment scene. On Sunday, Beauty for Ashes will hold a concert at the Nyarutarama based Christian Life Assembly Church, CLA.

HotShots updates: Sipe feuds with Goitse

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Sipe seems to be fed up with feuding with Goitse on small issues and, last night she decided to talk to her and get to the bottom of it.

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Remera pastry chef giving street children a lifeline

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TALLY BAKERY CAFE in Remera-Giporoso, may be popular for its coffee and pastry at budget prices, but not many patrons may know the captivating story of how it came into existence.

Cordero’s love started in Filipino kitchen, shifted to Rwandan restaurant

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Melanie and Enrico Cordero first met in 2004 at the Luk-Yuen Restaurant in Makati, a city in their native Philippines. Enrico had found employment at the eatery earlier in 1991, while aged only 16, after his father suffered paralysis, forcing the young man to fend for himself and a younger...

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The dilemma of being ‘the other woman’

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A woman in love with a married man! That is stuff we want to imagine stops in movies and love soaps. But unfortunately, it’s a real life dilemma that many are grappling with.

Why Umutoni, is in love with chalk

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The first runner-up in the Educat – GT Bank Entrepreneurship Award 2014, Jessie Kalisa Umutoni is in love with chalk. She says it was through chalk that she managed to make it in life. She was raised in a family of teachers where chalk was a common item.

Has market failure made education expensive in advanced nations?

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In many developed nations, including the United Kingdom and Canada, it seems that students are spending more time in streets protesting against exorbitant costs associated with going to university than they are spending in class.

Public libraries a prospect for prosperity

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For a country that is literally bursting forth into the knowledge-driven stage of development, hubs from which such a surge can be enhanced are essential. Thus, more public libraries across Rwanda are vital.

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The Rwanda Football Association (Ferwafa) is yet to pay over Rwf257m it owes different service providers including hotels and transport agencies that were contracted during the 2014 Cecafa Kagame Cup.

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Powering production, connecting households supporting economic growth

The recently concluded iPAD Conference on Energy and Infrastructure brought together a number of key players in the energy sector from around the world

Mining in Rwanda

The Rwanda Mining Association (RMA) is an employers’ professional organization in the mining sector that was created in March 2012 and got legal status in August 2012.

Polyclinique La Medicale : Transforming into a bigger facility with improved medical services

With over 20 years contribution towards the growth of the health sector through medical services delivery, Polyclinique la Medicale continues to effectively work together with other stakeholders including the Ministry of Health to promote the sector.

Rwanda Library Services Promoting reading culture for a knowledgeable society

It is now two years since the First Lady Jeannette Kagame launched Rwanda Library Services (RLS). This library came up as a combination of the National Library and Kigali Public Library—an initiative that was championed by the Rotary Club Kigali Virunga.

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What does Kinyarwanda change mean for education?

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Recently Rwanda Academy of Languages and Culture announced new changes to the Kinyarwanda language. And although the statement has attracted a lot of backlash from the public, the language experts have stood their ground.

ISSUE ON TABLE: Importance of washing hands

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This week The Education Times visited Facek and CSK Kanombe and discussed with the learners the importance of washing hands after using the toilet. We bring you their thoughts.

World Aids Day: How effective is PMTCT?

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A research article published last year titled “Prevention of mother-to-child (PMTCT) transmission of HIV: cost-effectiveness of antiretroviral regimens and feeding options in Rwanda” summarizes the progress the country has made in that direction.

More girls, women embrace modern family planning

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The number of women and girls using modern contraception in Rwanda and Burundi has increased significantly in the past one year, according to a new Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) report.