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Rwf15bn Treasury bond trades on stock exchangeThe government Rwf15 billion Treasury bond started trading on the floor of the Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE) yesterday, becoming the 11th bond to be listed... Read More
Nyabarongo hydro power contractor given October deadlineAngelique International, a power development firm, has been given until October 31 to deliver the 28 megawatts to the national electricity grid following talks with... Read More
The mark ‘Hanga Umurimo’ is leaving in Musanze DistrictThree years ago, Reba Kure Cooperative was a small group of individuals buying and selling produce in rural Musanze. Members would be happy just being... Read More
A FIRE BROKE OUT in Muhanga District in the wee hours of Tuesday morning destroying property worth millions of francs.
The late night fire that broke out at around 2:30am gutted the newly constructed three-storey commercial complex located in Muhanga town along the Kigali-Butare highway.... Full Story
AT FIRST SIGHT, Jeannette Uwihoreye portrays the image of a perfect, young, energetic youth.
Fairly tall, light-skinned and jolly, Uwihoreye’s physical beauty is striking.... Read More »
RWANDA’S PROFESSIONAL golfers Emmanuel Ruterana and Ernest Ndayisenga start their quest for honours at the prestigious Tusker Malt Uganda Golf Open championship which tees off today at the 71 Kitante course at the Uganda Golf Club.... Read More »
Rwandan music group Dream Boys might miss out on performing in Belgium after encountering hitches in acquiring travel documents on time.
They are set to travel with Jay Polly and Urban Boyz who have already acquired their documents. The concert will take place on Saturday and the artistes are expected to leave on Thursday.... Read More »
Ebola has continued to creep across the African continent, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa, with the latest victims being reported in neighbours DR Congo.
The epidemic has worryingly made its way across the sub region and the threat only gets closer and very real.... Read More »
TEL AVIV – Israel’s latest war in Gaza has echoed through Europe’s capitals in a powerful and destructive way. In Berlin, London, Paris, Rome, and elsewhere, Israel is being denounced as a “terrorist state.” Angry demonstrators burned synagogues in France and, of all places, Germany, with some even chanting “Jews to the gas!”... Read More »
It’s 8 o’clock on a Monday morning. Benine Maribori, 33, watches as three men load her merchandise on bicycles ready for the hour-long journey to the border market in Burundi-Rwanda via Namba border post in Bugesera District.
Nemba is about 60km south-east of Kigali.
Maribori, who deals in potatoes, beans and cassava, boards a moto taxi once her goods are loaded on bicycles and heads towards the Burundi border with the cyclists following closely behind. Today, it’s market day on the Burundian side of the border, and Maribori expects to earn handsomely from her merchandise.... Read More »
Every human has needs that ought to be met every day. But like the adage goes “water is life” the need to have access to clean water is one of the overarching ones that should be solved for people to live comfortably.... Read More »