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President Kagame meets senior military officersPresident Paul Kagame, and Commander- In- Chief of Rwanda Defence Forces, yesterday held a meeting with RDF Generals and Senior Officers at Defence Headquarters in... Read More
Ruling in Lt Mutabazi terror trial set for tomorrowThe Military High Court will tomorrow, August 29, deliver its verdict in the trial involving Lt Joel Mutabazi and 15 others accused of terrorism and... Read More
UN: FDLR is abusing disarmament windowThe United Nations has admitted that eastern DR Congo-based Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) militia is abusing a six-month timeframe to disarm... Read More
Haiti quake survivor tops University of Rwanda’s sociology degree courseTuesday, January 12, 2010. This is a date ingrained with profound sadness in the lives of Haitians. It is the day a 7.0 magnitude earthquake,... Read More
Visiting Japanese investors have committed to forge business partnerships in the country’s manufacturing sector, auto mobiles, Information and Communication Technology, agro processing, energy, textile and industry.... Full Story
It is an uphill task convincing Nicodem Hakizimana, 27, to recount his childhood memories, especially getting him to talk about his early primary school education.... Read More »
There have been concerted efforts to bolster the insurance sector and make it more competitive over the past year or so. Drives to popularise the industry, which is one of the lowest performers in the financial services sector, among the masses have also been ongoing.... Read More »
THE 2017 Africa Cup of Nations could be held jointly by the East African Community member states if a proposal by Football Kenya Federation (FKF) comes to pass.... Read More »
Primus Guma Guma Super Stars Season 4 (PGGSS4) comes to an end this Saturday. Sound engineers, stage managers, security and all contestants are at work to make sure it becomes the biggest and most epic musical climax of the year.... Read More »
The subject of leadership has been the stuff of research, study, theory and teaching, certainly since the 5th Century when Thucydides, perhaps the father of study in this area, wrote about the Peloponnesian War and inter alia set out to identify the reasons for Athens’ defeat.... Read More »
CAMBRIDGE – An increasing number of American companies are making plans to shift their headquarters to Europe. These so-called “inversions” would reduce these companies’ total tax bill by allowing them to escape from the United States’ uniquely unfavorable corporate tax rules. So what should US policymakers do?... Read More »
The world today is changing, and rapidly. As countries become more interconnected, so are all sectors of life — education, technology, trade among others.
It is more common today to see people from all parts of the world seeking employment elsewhere and with the hope that they won’t be turned down because of their tribe, gender or race. Instead, one can only be denied a job if they don’t have the required skills.
As a result, some governments are preparing their citizens to be marketable on the international scene. That is why Rwanda Education Board (REB), starting 2016, is set to revamp the curriculum to fit international (UNESCO) standards.... Read More »
Rwanda’s agricultural performance in the past was characterized by rudimentary methods and very low yields. Food and nutritional insecurity were a common phenomenon. For instance, in 1990 the global hunger Index for Rwanda was 30.5%, a situation that was considered extremely alarming with regards to food access for the population.... Read More »