Rwanda and the Netherlands have expressed readiness to maintain and strengthen their bilateral relations.
There is need to integrate Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) skills into conventional school curricula from primary to university level so that whatever level of education one reaches, they have some hands-on skills they...
Denis Achiri had just recently acquired a new 32-inch Samsung flat screen television and home theatre. He estimates that the electronic appliances cost him around Rwf450,000.
Rwanda has secured $300,000 (about Rwf219 million) grant from Green Climate Fund’s readiness and preparatory support programme to help accelerate climate financing.
Last year, the education ministry passed a directive banning school canteens, to the disappointment of some parents and students. As a result, there have been calls for government from a section of education stakeholders to relax...
Designing distinctive homegrown solutions and scaling up sport activities at schools dominated discussions when Parliament reopened for business, on Monday, after recess.
Rwanda’s tea industry was last week recognised for producing best quality tea in the international Gold Medal Tea Competition held in America. The recognition was announced during the 6thAnnual North American Tea Conference in San Antonio, Texas.
Yesterday, MTN Rwanda launched a country wide campaign to reward its loyal customers.
Rwanda international Lionnel Hakizimana has challenged his Espoir teammates to forget about Monday’s defeat and focus on the remaining fixtures, including today’s encounter against Savio of Tanzania, in the ongoing FIBA Africa Zone Five Club Championships at Petit Stade in Remera.
The 38th edition of the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup will run from November 21-6 December in Addis Ababa-Ethiopia, according to the Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA).
It was an exciting evening of shared reading sessions and thrilling performances as two R&B artistes joined students and residents of Ngororero District in a reading culture event on Monday.
A group of nine students from Nyundo School of Music returned home on Sunday after a successful tour of Canada where they performed and visited several music colleges. The students performed at Axis Mundi Harvest, one of the biggest music festivals in Canada.
Oh great, here comes another wedding. Here comes another opportunity for my narrow-minded relatives to torture me with direct and indirect questions about when I’m planning to take ‘the next step.’
Just the other day I found myself in a bit of a situation when an enraged friend of mine expressed how irritated she was with people that text while on a motorcycle.
“A part of me is broken every time I walk out of the house to go to work. The endless goodbye kisses from my little ones bring tears to my eyes, the guilt and fear of what might happen to them while I’m away takes over me but I can...
Fiona Mbabazi has worked for radio and television for years. She started out in Kenya and came to Rwanda and has graced the national television since. She spoke to Nasra Bishumba about the choice of her career and her plans for the future.
The Rwandan Dream is one that all of us are fighting, tooth and nail, to achieve. The ‘Dream’, as I understand it, consists of owning a house, a farm in the village, putting your children in good schools, having a well-paid job (or owning a business) and having some money...
One of the theories of political science states that institutions are manmade and, at the same time, men are products of their own institutions.
According to the Director of Intervention of PAFP, Gedeon RUDAHUNGA, the program originated from three Belgian technical and financial partners: the Belgian Development Agency (BTC), the Flemish Organization for Technical Assistance (VVOB), and the Association for Promotion of Education and Training Abroad (APEFE) who all have one common donor;the Belgian Development Cooperation.
Exports are of fundamental importance to the achievement of every country’s economic growth and poverty reduction. The Government of Rwanda through the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MINICOM) has set ambitious export targets, making every effort to increase and sustain exports to both regional and international markets.
Every year, on the 15th of September, the world celebrates the International-al Day of Democracy (IDD). These celebrations have been held annually around the world since 2007, when the United Nations General Assembly marked September 15 as the International Day of Democracy.
For almost 100 years, Save the Children has been making a difference in children’s lives in more than 120 countries as the world’s leading independent organization for children, with a vision of a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation.
Last year, the education ministry passed a directive banning school canteens, to the disappointment of some parents and students. As a result, there have been calls for government from a section of education stakeholders to relax the rules and allow school canteens to operate freely.
I’m almost sure you already know that as long as you’re under 18 years of age, you are still considered a child according to Rwanda’s constitution. And if you’re still a child, you’re expected to be in school. I’m not saying that on your 18th birthday, you should pack your...
Mild and soft, gentle on your skin, lasts longer, keeps germs away from your body! These are some of the slogans that soap manufacturers are splashing across various media platforms to attract customers.
When Vestine Nirere, 26, a resident of Nyakinama village in Musanze District, had her first birth, she was shocked to learn that the child was not as normal as other children. The child was born with a condition called clubfoot.