For years, they endured long distances as they climbed steep hills where roads are almost impassable, mainly during the rainy season, to go to the district health centre, 30 kilometres away.

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Fighting Internet fraud and other related crimes could soon become easier after the government pledged to sharpen skills of personnel dealing in cyber crime. The government has also set up a public hotline for people to report such cases.

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AMAVUBI INTERIM skipper Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza is confident Rwanda will overcome Congo Brazzaville this Saturday to qualify to the group stage round of the 2015 Africa Nations’ Cup qualifiers.

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THE ongoing Rwanda International Trade Fair  (Expo 2014)  has been graced by the Primus Guma Guma Super Star season four contestants.

Each of the ten contestants is set to perform at Bralirwa’s stand at the trade fair. Performances kicked off on July 25 and will run until August 5, the second-last day of the two-week annual event.

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Cultural troupes are sprouting all over Kigali– all claiming to perform Rwandan dances.

Does this mean that the city has a vibrant cultural life? Not necessarily. The numbers do not translate into the best or the most authentic traditional dance forms.

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The Rwandan community living in the tri-state area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) enjoyed a boat ride on the East River to celebrate the 4th July Rwandan Liberation Day to honor the sacrifice made by the heroes who ended the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi, rescued and restored people’s dignity.

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Higher Education Council Promoting quality education in higher learning institutions

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.

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