EABC urges Kenya to compensate Rwandan and Ugandan traders

The East African Business Council (EABC) has again implored the government of Kenya to compensate Rwandan and Ugandan traders and transporters whose properties worth $47m were destroyed following Kenya’s 2007-2008 post-election violence.

BDF in new push to reduce unemployment among youth

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Business Development Fund (BDF) has been challenged to play a critical role in helping the country create more jobs to reduce youth unemployment and underemployment in the country.

Foodstuff prices increase in city markets on low supply

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Kigali shoppers will have to dig deeper into their pockets to buy their favourite foodstuffs and fruits following price increases over the past three weeks.

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Police FC sack Casa Mbungo

Police Football Club have sacked their head coach Andre Casa Mbungo after a run of poor results that has seen the club end the season empty-handed.

Constant training is key to success -- Dusingizimana

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Rwanda national cricket team captain Eric Dusingizimana has vowed to continue working hard, not only to improve his game but also to develop into a much better player.

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[PHOTOS & VIDEO] Creativity, innovation showcased at the Kigali Fashion Show

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Colour, light, cameras and good music characterised the Kigali Fashion Show which took place on Friday evening at Century Park Hotel in Kigali.

Keeping African culture alive through art

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Kacyiru-based Niyo Arts Gallery on Friday held the ‘Cultural exchange night’, an event which brought alive African culture through traditional dances and live paintings, exciting those who were in attendance.

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What it takes to showcase Rwandan clothing abroad

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“As a company I did it because I want to go to the next level which is international but you can’t say you’re open to the international market without really knowing who is willing to buy those clothes and how they behave and how they really are in their everyday...

We need to save our ancestral music, says Masamba

Masamba Intore is renowned traditional singer, a flair he started at just the age of 16. It is a family brand in a way, since it descends from a long line of ballet masters at the royal court.

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Is parenting on its deathbed?

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“I have to go to work but please clean your room and also help with the dishes,” a parent tells her teenage daughter who is on school holiday. But the response is astonishing.

Self-motivation will push you to achieve your dream - Kate Bashabe

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Rwanda’s fashion industry is referred to by some as ‘a baby learning how to walk’. Though shaky, as it is with many other fields, 25-year-old Kate Bashabe refuses to be daunted by the bumps in the creative industry, and is slowly making her way to the top of the fashion...

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Why I think our EAC cannot get to a 'Brexit' point

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Brexit this, Brexit that. If you love counting then you have already seen the word Brexit four times now but I am sure you have probably not been counting how many times you have heard or read about it since Friday morning.

Brexit: A bag full of vital lessons for EAC

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To contextualize the ‘Brexit’ in today’s world of Social Media, you have to imagine the European Union as a WhatsApp group whose admin or one of them, Britain, has left; when an admin leaves a group, members have every reason to be scared, as they’re right now.

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Editorial Cartoon

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Having over 65 million refugees around the world is a failure of world leaders to promote good governance, lack of international solidarity, value for human dignity and the results of violation of fundamental human rights, stakeholders have said.

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Introducing Tecno Mobile Camon C9

There have been a lot of stories and speculations going around about the anticipated Tecno Mobile Camon C9 that’s believed to be hitting the market next month if not in the next few days to come. The truth is the C9 is a lot of things and on this articles we intend to go deep to try and understand why everyone is talking about this phone and hope we will be able to clear the air with all these speculations and rumors.

Rwanda joins UNHCR to mark World Refugee Day 2016

With record-high numbers of refugees-including in Rwanda which is today hosting more refugees than ever before in its history-countries around the world join the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in paying tribute to the strength and resilience of millions of refugee families on World Refugee Day. Internationally commemorated on 20 June each year, it is a time to show support and solidarity for refugees-who are just average people like you and me living in extraordinary circumstances beyond their control.

Plan International’s Response to Refugee Emergency in Rwanda

Plan International is an independent global child rights organization committed to supporting vulnerable and marginalized children and their communities to be free from poverty. We strive for a just world that advances children’s rights and equality for girls.

ADRA Rwanda: Impacting the lives of refugees in Rwanda

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is the global humanitarian organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Through an international network, ADRA delivers relief and development assistance to individuals in more than 130 countries-regardless of their ethnicity, political affiliation, or religious association. By partnering with communities, organizations, and Governments, ADRA is able to improve the quality of life of millions of people through its programs.

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Having more women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics vital for national development agenda - Dr Tschol

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In a development that first emerged when President Paul Kagame first met with Neil Turok, the founder of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences – Next Einstein Initiative (AIMS-NEI), the government of Rwanda through the Ministry of Education signed a partnership agreement with the latter to bring operations to Rwanda.

54 graduate from Kepler

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Last Saturday, 54 students of Kepler, a Kigali-based programme, were awarded diplomas and degrees in various disciplines.

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Telemedicine: The future of healthcare

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In an enclosed room at Rwanda Military Hospital in Kanombe, students listen attentively to instructions from a video interaction.

Bleeding during pregnancy; when should one get worried?

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Bleeding during pregnancy is regarded as a normal experience by most women, especially when it occurs in the first trimester. However, as much as many women who experience this will go on to deliver healthy babies, the bleeding may be a sign of something more serious.