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Rwandan women in Canada resolve to inspire changeWith the theme Inspire Change, Women’s Day this year focused on the untapped potential of women across the world. Rwandan women in Canada drew from... Read More
Kwibuka20: They were pushed to their death down the rocky hillWhen mass killings erupted in April 1994, almost half of Gicumbi District in the Northern Province was under the control of the Rwanda Patriotic Army... Read More
The health ministry will tomorrow launch a three-day countrywide campaign against communicable and non-communicable ailments.... Full Story
The Rwf12.5bn Treasury Bond, issued by the government at the end of last month, was over-subscribed by local investors, showing how the public is ready to tend to government and also ability of the government to raise money for its annual budget implementation.The bond market, however, is still relatively small and inactive at both primary and secondary levels unlike in other countries where the markets are more developed, according to Celestin Rwabukumba, the CEO of Rwanda Stock Exchange.... Read More »
DEFENDING champions Rayon Sports slumped to their fourth league defeat this season as they lost at home to 10-man Espoir FC yesterday at Stade de Kigali.... Read More »
HE IS touted to be one of the most promising talents in the Rwandan music industry and his album launch was highly awaited. When time came, he did not disappoint
It was a fun-filled Saturday evening for ladies in Kigali as Bruce Melodie launched his debut album dubbed ‘Ndumiwe’.... Read More »
MAKE NO mistake: The homosexual genie is out of the bottle. It all started with lawmakers passing anti-gay laws, first in Nigeria and then more recently, in Uganda.... Read More »
THE GOVERNMENT of Rwanda has made significant strides to improve the quality of life of all Rwandans and the second five-year Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS 2) and the Vision 2020 lay out a very clear plan of action.... Read More »
A radical gene therapy to combat HIV using genetically modified cells that are resistant to the virus has been declared a success by scientists following the first clinical trial.
The treatment, which has never been tested on humans before, raised patients’ defences against HIV by replacing some of their natural immune cells with GM versions.
Tests on people enrolled in the trial found that the disease-resistant cells multiplied in their bodies.
Half of patients were taken off their usual drugs for three months and scientists recorded reduced levels of the virus.
Scientists were cautious not to draw strong conclusions from the small scale trial, which was designed to assess the safety of the therapy, but the early signs have raised their hopes.... Read More »
By Grace Mugoya
Rotary Club de Kigali on March 1st joined other Rotary Clubs around the World in making 109 years of operation.The celebration took place during a Gala Night at Kigali Serena Hotel and attracted members of the five Rotary Clubs of Rwanda that include Rotary Club de Kigali... Read More »