President Paul Kagame yesterday commissioned the Nyabarongo I Hydroelectric power plant that has the capacity to generate 28 megawatts of electricity.
University of Rwanda begins receiving applications for this year’s intake today. The admissions will be open until May 4, with forms to be either submitted online through the university’s web site, or hard copy for international...
The Government of Rwanda and Japan yesterday signed a grant agreement worth $8.4 million (about Rwf5.8 billion) to supply clean and safe water in rural areas.
Ex-combatants have been urged to fully integrate in their communities and actively engage in the development of the country.
Nadia (not real name) is a third year student at COSTECH. When she joined university, she stayed in a low cost hostel commonly known as “Dusaidi” with her mind focused on school to study hard, graduate,...
There is need to invest in local capacity to accelerate oil and gas exploration in the region, experts have said.
East African Community (EAC) governments have been urged to streamline the oil and gas taxation industry regimes to make the sector more attractive to serious investors.
Flydubai, a United Arab Emirates-based budget airline, which entered the Rwandan market last year, has announced plans to increase flights from the region to Dubai, a statement from the firm indicates.
With eight games left to the end of the National Football League season, the race for the title remains open despite APR enjoying a seven-point lead at the top of the table standing.
Rwanda national football team, the Amavubi Stars will play Zambia in an international friendly match on March 29 in Lusaka as part of preparations for Chan 2016.
Rwanda’s representative in Big Brother Africa season 9, Frank Rukundo, aka Frankie Joe, is organising a big reunion to be held at Kigali Serena Hotel, on March 27.
Outstanding television and radio presenters will have reason to smile as the countdown to the inaugural Rwanda Broadcasters Excellence Awards (RBEA) gala begins. The Awards will be a celebration of the best in the Electronic media and are being organised by the East African Youth Development Agency (EAYDA).
Nadia (not real name) is a third year student at COSTECH. When she joined university, she stayed in a low cost hostel commonly known as “Dusaidi” with her mind focused on school to study hard, graduate, get a nice job and generally live her dream.
Women want men, not misers! I’m more than certain that when God told Adam that after eating the forbidden fruit, his punishment was that he would sweat and tire for the good of his family, He meant it.
If at first you don’t succeed, dust yourself and try again. And Fatuma Uwimana did just that.
For many years, 45-year-old Bertha Uwamwiza tried out several businesses including selling perishable foods, but it did not work. However, in 2006, the mother of five ventured into tailoring and it marked her first step to success.
Today they say globalization has made the planet more equal or has made the world a global village. As communication gets cheaper and transport gets faster, African countries intend to close the gap with their rich global counterparts.
Insurance has been in existence for long and has been practiced in different forms. Choosing the right policy or cover is primarily dependent on the profession or trade that you operate in.
The industrial sector in Rwanda is currently small contributing on average 19.2% of GDP. The Government of Rwanda has however developed an environment that promotes competitiveness and growth in a bid to creating boom for worldwide exporting.
1. Background The Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning established an independent asset management company the ‘Rwanda National Investment Trust Limited [RNIT Ltd]’ with the aim of promoting assets (fund) management industry.
ISPA, the best high speed internet access service provider in Rwanda ofers Unlimited Broadband Internet for both Home and Business users depending on one’s requirements. ISPA is inflencing the service parameters and finalizinga plan to realize desired results on a constant basis.
In my former secondary school, it was compulsory for every student to join at least two clubs. The clubs to pick from included the Debating Club, Youth Alive, Young Christian Students and Interact among others.
Parents send their children to school to acquire knowledge and skills. Most schools, however, have been blamed for pumping too many theories into the learners’ minds with very little focus on practical education.
Gustave Kananura, 28, a resident of Kanombe, a Kigali city suburb, confesses that visiting the hospital for a medical engagement is out of the question, unless he is feeling sick.
‘Epilepsy’ means a tendency to have recurrent seizures. A seizure is any abnormal involuntary movement. Normally there are multiple neuronal circuits in the brain which work together for synchronous activity, but because of various reasons, this circuit is sometimes disturbed. This is manifested in the form of abnormal movements of...