Senior Command police students begin study tour

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Thirty-one senior police students from African countries currently attending the fourth intake of the ‘Police Senior Command and Staff Course’ at the National Police College (NPC) in Musanze District have started a week-long study tour aimed at linking theories to realities on ground.

Stronger bilateral ties critical for Rwanda-Tanzania trade growth - PSF chief

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The local private sector has for the past many years complained about the numerous non-tariff barriers (NTB) along the Central Corridor, saying this was affecting their businesses and competitiveness.

Infrastructure devt, strong hospitality industry will spur growth of aviation sector

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Rwanda’s aviation industry is slowly coming of age, and the country is positioning itself towards becoming an aviation hub for the region.

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Rwanda U-20 team vow to turn tables in Egypt

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Rwanda Junior Wasps head coach Jean Baptiste Kayiranga has promised to correct the mistakes that led to Sunday’s home loss to visitors Egypt.

Striker Tuyisenge promises to impress

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Amavubi and Gor Mahia striker Jacques Tuyisenge has promised to impress ahead of a friendly game against Senegal on Saturday and a crucial 2017 AFCON qualifier against Mozambique on June 4 at Amahoro National Stadium.

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Local artists plan joint exhibition

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Rwanda has a wealth of creative talent and over the years, the visual arts industry has been growing as artists turn their passion into profit.

[PHOTOS]: Guma-Guma excites Karongi residents

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Karongi residents turned up in big numbers for the Primus GumaGuma Super Star season 6 music competition over the weekend.

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Bakunzi on his long journey to Rome

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Greg Bakunzi, a tour operator from Musanze District in the Northern Province was lucky to be among the pilgrims. Bakunzi is the founder and Managing Director of Amahoro Tours, a local tour and travel company

I've become a picky shopper

There was a time I frowned upon picky shoppers, mostly in the developed world who reportedly rejected “ugly food” including oddly shaped or blemished fruit and discoloured vegetables, mostly imported from Africa and Asia.

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Pregnancy: How to sail through the delicate nine months

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Annet Nsekanabo is pregnant with her first child. But while the 28-year-old was ready for the pregnancy, she is reluctant to give up on certain lifestyles which could cause harm to the unborn baby.

Badawi on her journey in global journalism

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Zeinab Badawi is a celebrated journalist and senior news anchor. She is also a former host of the famous ‘Hard Talk’ show.

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KivuWatt: God's gift or duel with nature, what does it matter? We have electricity

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God created the earth, the sea and the sky and all living and non-living things in them. It all looked good and he was delighted with his handiwork. He then took a deserved rest.

Why African Liberation Day is worth celebrating

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Tomorrow, on May 25, the Pan African Movement –Rwanda Chapter will mark its maiden African Liberation Day.

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Editorial Cartoon

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Kenya has threatened to pull out of Somalia.

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Milestones and opportunities Rwanda Energy Policy strategic targets

For a sustainable economic growth, energy Sector has to be reinforced as a pillar of development.

Rwanda Standards Board Promoting Locally Made Products

Standards provide the reference framework and basis for comparison of products. Standards facilitate trade by enhancing product performance,safety, productivity and customer confidence in the product or service.

BDF tips women and the youth on easy access to finance

Women and youth across the country have been tipped on the available opportunities to access financial services in a bid to bring about economic development and strengthen relations with financial institutions.

ICT at UR supports innovations in teaching and assessment

The University of Rwanda was established September 2013, by Rwanda Law. It was created by merging seven (7) Public Higher Learning Institutions. Its student enrolment has increased from 28800 students in 2013/14, to 31760 in 2015/16.

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Stakeholders share expectations of 2016/17 education budget

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With almost a month left to the 2016/2017 financial year, education stakeholders are optimist about the forthcoming national budget despite the fact that the previous one saw a budget cut of Rwf 5.1 billion to Rwf 209.3 billion.

Inspire students for better results

Who of your teachers would you reward with a trophy given a chance? Would your gratitude be on the premise that they taught you well or that they inspired and believed in you? As some of the most influential role models for developing students, teachers are responsible for more than...

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Facts and myths about sleep paralysis

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Imagine waking up but you cannot move a muscle. You know that your mind is awake and your body is not - so you are essentially trapped. The scary inability to move may make you feel anxious and afraid.

Are you at risk of epilepsy?

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The national epilepsy week was celebrated from May 15 to 21 through a drive to sensitise people about the condition to help improve the lives of everyone affected by epilepsy.