Rwanda and the Kingdom of Morocco, yesterday, signed 19 agreements in a bid to strengthen bilateral ties and create opportunities for citizens of the two nations. The agreements were signed on the second day of the...
Cooper Pharma, a leading Moroccan pharmaceutical company, yesterday signed a deal that paves way for construction of a plant in Rwanda to manufacture antibiotics. The deal is one of the outcomes of talks between the Government...
Rwanda National Police has embarked on an exercise that will see the auction of 114 impounded vehicles whose owners have failed to claim them. Of these, 99 will be sold in an auction in Kigali and...
Lack of proper records of teenage pregnancy remains a challenge despite efforts to curb the vice by both government and civil society organisations. This observation was made, on Wednesday, during a national awareness meeting on teenage...
October 15 marked the International Day of Rural Women, and Rwanda, together with the rest of the world, celebrated the achievements in this aspect and sought to find solutions to the challenges women in rural areas...
Women give life, are the backbone of families, beacons of strength and great contributors to National development. As they carry out their time-honoured activities, mothers face a number of challenges, one of which is access to clean water for; drinking, washing, cooking, cleaning, among others. They walk long distances, carry...
Local social entrepreneurs that use technology to improve society stand to win millions worth of funding to expand their projects, thanks to ‘Tigo Digital Change-makers’ competition unveiled on Tuesday.
Member states of the Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) have been urged to enhance power generation capacity to support industrial growth and increase access by rural areas.
Police FC head coach Innocent Seninga has called on his team to return to winning ways after a 3-0 defeat to title rivals Rayon Sports in the 2016/17 Azam Rwanda Premier League season opener last week.
The national Under-23 volleyball women team are confident they will get a good result in the upcoming Africa youth Volleyball Championships, which runs from October 23-28.
A new gospel music festival themed, “Himbaza Gospel Festival”, is scheduled for November 4 at the Amahoro National Stadium in Remera. It is organised by ProEye and Doxa Group and supported by Rwanda Academy of Language and Culture (RALC) in partnership with the Ministry of Sports and Culture.
After a long wait, Rwandans now know which of their favourite artistes made it to the 2016 Groove awards nomination list. The shortlisted nominees were officially announced on October 16, at colourful event at Kigali Serena Hotel.
For almost six years, a strong love has blossomed between William Safari, the programs manager of National Union of Disability Organizations of Rwanda and Chantal Mugiraneza, a business woman.
I kind of feel bad for Samsung. Not that I have inside information or any knowledge of their profit margin but these Galaxy Note 7 woes have already cost them millions in refunds and the lawsuits haven’t even been lodged yet! I don’t own one, can’t afford it thank God...
October 15 marked the International Day of Rural Women, and Rwanda, together with the rest of the world, celebrated the achievements in this aspect and sought to find solutions to the challenges women in rural areas face.
21-year-old Ange Sonia Rugwiro is the Guild President of Akilah Institute. The third year student of Information Systems believes in leading a goal-oriented path and keeping an open mind towards new experiences. She had a chat with Women Today’s Donah Mbabazi.
Eighteen months ago, I wrote a piece rallying political leaders, business heavyweights, policymakers, and the civil society to prepare Rwanda’s next generation for the journey ahead; after all, today’s young people are the hope of Rwanda of tomorrow.
There is a saying that “When you want it done, put it in the hands of the young ones.” The power of enthusiastic and empowered young people was reinforced in me recently at the NextGen Leaders for NCDs East Africa workshop.
To mark World Food Day, the World Food Programme (WFP) is highlighting the need for bold and constructive partnerships between governments, businesses and organizations that will create the requisite momentum towards achieving Zero Hunger and shaping a brighter future for millions of children.
A group of students with disabilities at the University of Rwanda’s College of Education (UR-CE) has expressed concern about their future after their registration and accommodation facilitation was scrapped.
In my former school, every end of the year candidates used to hold an extraordinary joint discussion - an academic initiative whereby the school invited a sister school for a revision seminar.
On Saturday, the fourth edition of an awareness walk against breast cancer will be held as part of continued efforts against the disease.
The months of September, October and November on the Health Calendar are dedicated to raising awareness about various cancers that continue to plague human kind.