President Paul Kagame on Saturday met with more than 30 American members of the Chief Executives Organisation at Urugwiro Village, who are keen on investing in the country.
Ten outstanding individuals and private companies that excelled in providing services last year were on Friday awarded by the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) during its 5th edition of the Business Excellence Awards.
Stakeholders from various sectors need to discern the causes and solutions to social norms that are destructive to society. The call was made by Cyrus Munyaburanga Nkusi, the Chief Executive Officer of Governance for Africa during...
On February 24th, in the German capital Berlin, Rwandan history will be made. Imfura, a co-production by budding local filmmaker Samuel Inshimwe Karemangingo will be screened at this year’s edition of the Berlinale International Film Festival,...
Gatsibo rice farmers have started a journey towards poverty alleviation by embracing modern farming techniques that guarantees high yields. This season alone is predicted to give them over 30,000 tons of rice.
Providers of public transport services worry that new motor insurance prices are too high for meeting their costs of providing the services and have urged the government to consider working with insurance companies to reduce the new premiums.
Plan by RwandAir to start flights to Guangzhou, China mid-this year will facilitate trade and boost tourism, government and private sector officials have said.
KCB Bank Rwanda has pledged to bring to the market more digital products to help deepen financial inclusion and boost cashless economy.
Amavubi head coach Antoine Hey says there is no time to celebrate the win over Equatorial Guinea at the ongoing African Nations Championship (CHAN) Morocco on Friday night.
Team Rwanda rider and Tour du Rwanda reigning champion Joseph Areruya is on the verge of making history going into Sunday’s final stage at the ongoing La Tropicale Amissa Bongo cycling race in Gabon.
At 21, she is an artist, actress, singer and poetess. Paola Ingabire is also an author and recently released her first book “More Powerful than we think,’ a book that talks about gender issues concerning women and young girls.
Musician cum media entrepreneur and entertainer, Charles Kakooza Nkuriza aka KNC is planning the launch of his 4th studio album- Heart Desire.
MC Tino, real names Martin Kasirye made a name in the entertainment industry as an MC, artiste, comedian and a radio Presenter. The entertainment bit of him began manifesting in him as a primary school kid while in Uganda, where he was born and raised.
Bob Allan Karemera is a social worker and a photographer, a practice he has passionately done as a part time job. He has also told stories through his photography on Medium.com.
As a child, 27-year-old Priscilla Ruzibuka looked up to the housemaid at their family home. Not that being a housemaid was a big achievement, but the love, passion and optimism that the maid exuded was what Ruzibuka admired.
Laura Isimbi Karengera describes makeup as “an art form like any other”. “It’s very competitive but very rewarding. Some do wear makeup just because they love it and some because they need it to feel more comfortable in their skin. It can be therapeutic for some too. It’s an expression...
The media served us with cool photos and stories of Rwandan President, Paul Kagame meeting with his Tanzanian counterpart John Pombe Magufuli. I particularly loved the photo that graced The New Times showing both presidents smiling and facing in the same direction.
In one classroom at Lycee de Kigali, 40 kids split in groups were laying final touches to their respective robot projects designed to offer solutions to boost the efficiency of Rwandan farmers. Outside the classroom, other kids were reporting for the 1st-term of the 2018 academic year.
The Primary Leaving Examination and O-Level results released last week indicated that, generally, most candidates performed well. And is the practice, people tend to encourage, praise and give all manner of tribute to the star performers.
Last Friday, 350 Congolese refugee students in Rwanda completed a six-week vocational training in permaculture, plumbing, electrical installation and hair dressing at Gitwe Adventist School, Ruhango District in Southern Province.
Divyanshi Upadhyay is a primary six pupil of Excella School in Kimironko, Gasabo District who has made a name for herself thanks to her passion for music. The 11-year-old started writing songs from the age of five.
Q. What goes up a chimney down, but doesn’t go down a chimney up? A. An umbrella.