Rwanda and the Kingdom of Morocco, yesterday, signed bilateral pacts that could turn around Rwanda’s agriculture sector in terms of productivity and cutting cost of operation.
The first ever Congress of African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) press clubs, bringing together media and other stakeholders from more than 20 countries world over, are meeting in Kigali to discuss different issues affecting the media...
King Mohammed VI of Morocco, yesterday, visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre in Gisozi where he paid tribute to the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
Social media has completely changed the way we interact. Every day, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and a host of other social networking sites allow millions of people across the globe to freely advertise themselves and their...
The Ministry of Disaster Management and Refugee Affairs (MIDMAR) on Wednesday launched the use of smartcards that will facilitate refugees at Nyabiheke camp to access food rations.
Airtel subscribers need not worry any more when sending or withdrawing money using Airtel Money platform, thanks to a 40 per cent reduction in transaction charges by the telecom firm.
The Eastern Africa Grain Council (EAGC) Rwanda has called for more sensitisation about rules of origin policies between regional blocs to ensure local traders understand them to benefit from the proposed Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA).
AS Kigali are determined to register their first points when they host Marines in the Azam Rwanda Premier league this afternoon at Kigali Regional Stadium.
Salome Nyirarukundo, the first Rwandan athlete to win a regional gold medal for two consecutive years, has attributed her success to sacrifices, hard work, and dedication.
Social media has completely changed the way we interact. Every day, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and a host of other social networking sites allow millions of people across the globe to freely advertise themselves and their personalities to millions of other users. Call it mass interpersonal persuasion.
As I walked into the Camellia outlet based in Peace Plaza located on Avenue De La Paix, Nyarugenge-Kigali,I thought to myself, “Here is a good looking tea/coffee house”. That was the full extent of my happiness.
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.
Climate change and increasing energy demands are major global challenges at the top of the international agenda.
This is a follow-up on last week’s article that appeared in this paper focusing on the quality of education in Rwanda. The question was; whose quality and who is responsible for providing the quality of education that we want?
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.