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Culture on display as Umuganura is fetedFirst Lady Jeannette Kagame, yesterday, joined thousands of people at colourful celebrations that marked the closure of three days of Umuganura (harvest day) festivities. Read More
Prioritise value addition, premier tells private sector Focus on adding value to local produce will not only promote Rwandan products but also create employment opportunities and boost the country’s export sector, Prime... Read More
Anti-corruption crusaders upbeat after Senate endorses new billSenate has approved a bill that gives authorities powers to seize ill-gotten wealth from corrupt civil servants and illegal businesses. Read More
Government will soon address the lack of adequate energy, water and internet challenges faced by businesses operating in the Kigali Special Economic Zone, Nyandungu, Francois Kanimba, the Minister for Trade and Industry, has said.
Kanimba was speaking during a tour of the prime industrial area located in Gasabo District on Thursday.... Full Story
Church leaders under PEACE Plan, the umbrella of Purpose-Driven Ministries, Rwanda Chapter, have adopted resolutions acknowledging blame for past transgressions of some clerics in Rwanda’s history.... Read More »
It will no longer be difficult for investors and global organisations to access international legal services after DLA Piper, a global law firm with presence across the world, strengthened its presence in the region.... Read More »
AMAVUBI STARS will be hoping to find an early goal as they seek to knock out Congo in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier this afternoon at the Kigali Regional Stadium.... Read More »
Holiday makers are in for a treat as the first Miss High School beauty contest kicks off on Sunday at Sports View Hotel in Remera.
The beauty contest targets secondary school students with an aim of helping them develop their talent, boost their self confidence and to groom them into role models who can inspire other students.... Read More »
LAST WEEK there was a cabinet reshuffle that saw nine new faces in the cabinet. One appointee though, was not quite new. Joseph Habineza made a return to a position he resigned from three years.... Read More »
No one is waiting more anxiously than a Rwandan for the English Premier League to kick off. Probably even an Englishman isn’t as anxious.
When the English premier league begins, bars will once again start to make money. They will be full to the brim with fans of Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool among others, screaming on top of their voices.
But ask them a simple question: When does the Rwandan National Football League start? And they will express ignorance of the highest order.
The sad truth is, Rwandans are not that interested in their local football. Those who try to follow find out results the following day, and usually, not by choice but because the press shoves it in their faces.... Read More »
The Government of Rwanda established the Higher Education Council (HEC), to oversee strategic planning for the higher education sector. HEC was established by the Ministry of Education under the Law No 72/03 of 28/04/2006 with the primary mission of maintaining quality assurance in the provision of higher education.... Read More »