African countries need at least $2.7 trillion for mitigation measures and another $488 billion for adaptation to climatic change to be met in 2030, according to the estimates from Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) for adaptation...
Legislators have called on the Government to scale up campaigns at the grassroots level to educate young people about the dangers of human trafficking and protect them from modern-day slavery such as prostitution, drug dealing, and...
The Government has issued indictments for two of the three known Genocide fugitives in New Zealand, the National Public Prosecution Authority (NPPA) has said.
The closure of one of Rwanda’s most popular urban radio station, KFM, by its parent company Nation Media Group is likely to send media owners and managers back to the strategy room to mull market penetration...
More than 400 students from the Diaspora and Senior Six leavers who excelled in last year’s national examinations are today scheduled to start a civic education programme.
Government has dismissed the latest report by the United States on human trafficking describing it is a gross misrepresentation of the reality on ground.
Policies that support innovative green growth are essential as Rwanda develops secondary cities across the country. According to Japanese experts, embracing smart technologies and renewable energy will help Rwanda attract more investors into the country and realise its goal of becoming a green economy.
Local debit card scheme SmartCash has unveiled a new drive to encourage Rwandans to embrace e-payments using merchants with Point of Sale (POS) terminals across the country, writes Times Reporter.
After seeing his side come away from Rusizi with a goalless draw against hosts Espoir in the first leg of the Peace Cup semi-finals, APR FC head coach Nizar Khanfir has rallied his troops to do all they can and win the second leg Friday as APR bid to win...
Defending champions Rwanda Revenue Authority women volleyball club will be seeking to extend their unbeaten run this season when the playoffs get underway today in Ruhango District.
Two young Rwandan filmmakers are set to travel to Germany to attend an international filmmakers’ class at the Baden-Wurttemberg Film Academy.
After a long and busy week, you probably just want to relieve some of the stress. Are you looking for entertainment beyond your living room couch? Worry not; we have a few suggestions:
Thomas Muyombo, popularly known as Tom Close, is a 29-year-old artiste who swayed the music industry with hits such as Ndacyagukunda, Si beza and more. The singer is also a medical doctor and a writer. He had a chat with Donah Mbabazi.
The issue of whether breastfeeding in public is appropriate or not has been ongoing for as long as I can remember, and to this day, I don’t understand why it’s something that people should even be arguing about.
Orphaned at the age of 16, Fatina Umuhoza led a miserable life, characterised by the occasional lack of food and a decent place to stay.
Vestina Kalisa always loved posing for the camera, but later, she turned her hobby into a career in photography, which also satisfied her goal to be self employed.
Today marks the beginning of the longest weekend sandwiched between 1st July and 4th July which are Independence and Liberation Days, respectively, in Rwanda. These are not ordinary days in our history.
Recently, the CEO of pharma giant AstraZeneca, Pascal Soriot, went on record stating that, when it comes to cancer in “Africa, we could give our products away and it would make no difference.”
Leading fuel marketer, Engen Rwanda, has partnered with Imbuto Foundation to sponsor 10 vulnerable but brilliant students to continue their secondary school education under the Foundation's 'Edified Generation' scholarship program.
Rwanda is host to more than 162, 000 refugees. UNHCR together with implementing partners such as ADRA Rwanda, Plan International, American Refugee Committee (ARC), Oxfam and others are supporting refugees to rebuild their lives and giving them hope for a brighter future.
Every year, Rwanda National Police (RNP) holds ‘Police Week’ which involves week-long activities under the auspice of community policing in the build up to the Police Day anniversary, June 16 – to showcase the importance of partnerships in crime prevention, detection and enhance mechanisms for collaboration in service delivery and accountability.
It is common to meet university students pursuing courses just because their parents dictated so or for the sake of acquiring a degree or diploma qualification.
Debates over the contributions of education to unemployment have raged for years without any signs of abating. The most cogent argument raised by many has been that the theoretical curriculum produces job seekers devoid of any practical skills to create their own. Applause to the new competence based curriculum; there...
In the olden days, obesity was common among old people. As they complained about the pain and complications caused by this lifestyle condition, young one’s looked on with an assumption that danger was miles away.
On a typical Friday afternoon, meeting groups of people jogging and packed fitness centres is a common sight around Kigali. Whereas for some it’s purely fun, this Friday gig is actually part of the government’s drive to encourage mass sports and exercise in a bid to promote healthy living.