[PHOTOS]: Rwanda, South Africa pledge to strengthen ties

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Rwanda and South Africa will continue to strengthen political ties, officials from both countries have said. They were speaking during celebrations to mark the National Freedom Day of South Africa, at the South African ambassador’s residence in Nyarutarama, an upscale Kigali suburb.

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Twahirwa finds the sweet side of chili in farming

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In 2012, at the age of 28, he graduated as an agronomist from National University of Rwanda. It didn’t take long for the young man to get a job.

Traders tipped on cargo handling procedures

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Importers, exporters and clearing agents are optimistic that the new cargo handling procedures at Port of Mombasa will reduce the cost of doing business, and enhance cross border trade.

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Clash of the titans as Rayon, APR face off

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There will be no love lost when league leaders APR FC take on second-placed Rayon Sports in the national football league today at the Amahoro National Stadium in Remera, Kigali.

Hoops: IPRC-South, Patriots earn crucial wins

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National Basketball League contenders IPRC-South and Patriots registered important wins over the weekend to boost chances for a historic first league title.

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[PHOTOS]: Doriane Kundwa misses out on continental crown

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She had been highly favoured to go all the way after garnering impressive online votes to take part in the Miss Africa continent 2016 but it was never to be as Miss Rwanda 2015 Doriane Kundwa lost out to Rebecca Asamoah from Ghana.

[PHOTOS]: Chameleone celebrates birthday at 'Agatako' launch in Kigali

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Ugandan musician Jose Chameleone, born Joseph Mayanja, over the weekend, held birthday celebrations at Plus250 Lounge and The Mirror Hotel’s Class Club in Kigali.

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Bahizi lives and breathes the Intore dance

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Aimable Bahizi has been an ardent student and fanatic of the Intore national dance of Rwanda for nearly all the 38 years of his existence.

The Netherlands will never be used as safe haven for genocide perpetrators, says Dutch envoy

Frederique De Man is the ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kigali, Rwanda since July last year and has been a diplomat for 32 years before she came to Rwanda.

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Ms. Geek: Celebrating three years of success

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When Ms. Geek was launched three years ago, few believed how far it would go in inspiring girls to join technology field, and also pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

There's more to women than running a kitchen, says Legacy Brands MD

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They say success comes to those who follow their passion. And Isabella Lydia Masozera did just that. The former radio presenter is now a budding entrepreneur, managing her own Public Relations firm.

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Why change of attitude to work is needed

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Two days ago, the world marked the International Labour Day to celebrate the worth and dignity of labour. These are attributes of work that have been known for a long time.

Love as the ultimate cure for genocide ideology

When the Genocide against the Tutsi happened in 1994, I was about to finish high school in my homeland of Bulgaria and prepare to go to college. I did not understand much of what was actually happening except that I heard the news and people around me praying for the...

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Made-in-Rwanda, a campaign that was conceptualised to ensure locally produced commodities are given precedence over imports to help narrow trade deficit, is set to receive a huge boost from Rwanda’s first digital fabrication lab.

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Collaborating to Tackle the Human-Wildlife Dilemma around Akagera National Park

In the past month, through collaboration with the local community, five hyenas have been captured in farmlands outside Akagera National Park and released into the park.

Accelerating demand driven, sustainable irrigation development to achieve 100,000ha by 2020

Irrigation development in Rwanda is critical in ensuring that the nation attains the set EDPRSII target of 8.5% growth in Agriculture that will in turn boost the overall national GDP. In the preceding year (2014-15), the growth of agriculture has been depressed at 4.5% thus threatening the achievement of the twin goals of poverty reduction and economic growth.

Combating Hepatitis B & Hepatitis C in Rwanda

Hepatitis is not a commonplace disease. However, there have been rising cases of Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C infections and related deaths in Rwanda.

Bollore Africa Logistics Rwanda pays tribute to Ntarama Genocide victims

On Tuesday 26th April, Bolloré Africa Logistics Rwanda staff took some time off their schedule and visited the Ntarama Genocide Memorial Centre in Bugesera District - Eastern Province to pay tribute to victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

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Who is responsible for the poor academic research?

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It is a common saying that the world’s greatest minds solve nothing. Others have also argued that intelligent researchers spend most of their time on academic work and neglect their role in society.

My dream is to empower youth for a better Rwanda, says Tumwine

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The question of whether leaders are born or made remains unresolved, but what is undisputed is that with early initiation on the principles of leadership, every child can grow into a productive being in their careers.

Why you need training in basic life support principles

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In the wake of the recent incident when Congolese musician Papa Wemba slumped and died on stage during a performance in Ivory Coast, the media has been awash with condolence messages from fans as well criticisms of the way the emergency was handled.

Vitamin D; Are you getting enough of it?

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Have you ever considered basking in the sun just to expose your skin to sunlight for the body to get vitamin D? Perharps that’s the last thing many will do.