Relocation of Burundian refugees in Rwanda featured among refugees-welfare issues discussed yesterday at a high level meeting between government officials and prominent envoys from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR).
Transformative regional integration could be achieved through collaboration between countries rather than through economic competition, economists and policymakers said yesterday.
Pathologists have called for improved training, mentorship and partnerships to help spur medical care in the region.
Rwanda is globally recognised as one of the least corrupt nations, according to various international reports, and among the best performers in Africa in fighting graft.
Jean-Claude Niyibizi has always had a dream; to see more girls take on Information and Communication Technology (ICT), especially in the film industry. According to Niyibiza, film production, a field that has rarely been tapped into...
Students of the Adventist University of Central Africa (AUCA) have been urged to be patriotic and to embrace Pan-African values. These remarks were made Tuesday during the launch of Pan-African Movement chapter at the varsity’s Mudende campus in Gasabo District.
Financial crimes and weak corporate structures are undermining Africa’s economic development and structural transformation, experts have said.
The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and the Export-Import Bank of Korea (KEXIM), yesterday, entered into a memorandum of understanding expected to inject $100 million to support trade between Africa and South Korea, a statement by the two institutions indicates.
With just over two weeks left to the 2016 Tour du Rwanda edition, Rwanda Cycling Federation (FERWACY) has released a list of 15 cyclists, who will carry the country’s flag when the 8th leg of the UCI-Africa Tour 2.2 road race gets underway on November 13-20.
Rwanda national golf team begin their quest to end an 11-year title wait to win the East African Golf Challenge as the 18th edition of the regional premium showpiece tees off in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, today, and will run until October 30.
Many know her as a poet, actress, composer and dancer but only few know her musical talent. Angel Uwamahoro is an amazing vocalist, and wants to use her music to educate and inspire people.
Michael Ryan, the head of European Union Delegation to Rwanda, has lauded Rwandan movie producers for their motivation and passion for filmmaking.
Olive Uwamariya is a Gender Activist while her Hubby George Kinyera works in an Advertising Agency. The couple met through a mutual friend in 2010 and two years later walked down the aisle.
I’m not a big Beyonce fan but I respect her all the more now. She and her Destiny’s Child bandmates had a string of hits years ago including Bills, Bills, Bills, Independent Women and Survivor. Google them if this is News to you.
Jean-Claude Niyibizi has always had a dream; to see more girls take on Information and Communication Technology (ICT), especially in the film industry. According to Niyibiza, film production, a field that has rarely been tapped into by girls, is the reason he started Mopas Film Academy.
Barbara Demorest is an American who participated in the Ulinzi Walk; a breast cancer awareness walk that took place on October 22 in Kigali. As a breast cancer survivor, Demorest knows all too well the trauma and pain patients go through when dealing with the cancer, including a drop in...
A reciprocal visit, several handshakes, a banquet, pen-to-paper, and boom; 23 bilateral agreements signed, sealed, and delivered. The bilateral agreements signed last week between Morocco and Rwanda suggest that where there is a will, there is a way.
When, in 2007 the Government of Rwanda, through the One Laptop per Child Programme (OLPC), chose to distribute laptops to all children in primary schools across the country, some thought that this was just a dream that will never come to fruition.
The Participation Programme is a complement to UNESCO’s regular activities which facilitates the implementation of national, sub-regional, inter-regional and regional projects submitted by Member States and NGOs directly related to the activities of the Organization.
The Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) wishes to request all employers having staff who have benefited from the student loans scheme from 1980 to comply with the law nÂº 44/2015 of 14/09/2015 governing the student loans and bursaries.
Co-curricular activities are an integral part of the learning process. They are more vibrant and rewarding in a school set-up when they are timetabled, viewed as normal lessons, and when all the learners are involved in one way or the other.
Last Friday evening was one of joyful laughter and celebration for parents as they witnessed 17 of their little ones complete three years of free nursery education at Little Flowers, a charity nursery school in Kigali.
Coping with disability can be really hard, especially if the affected person was not born with it, and that is exactly what befell Peter Nyankiko and his wife, Venantie Mukanziza, residents of Bibare Cell, Kimironko Sector in Gasabo District when they became blind at the age of eight.
Just like good nutrition, a daily body massage is important in ensuring a healthy infant’s growth and development.