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Kagame, Museveni root for Ntare SchoolPresident Paul Kagame is committed to supporting Ntare School, his former school in southwestern Uganda. This was contained in Kagame’s message delivered to the school... Read More
Nyanza survivors reflect on journey to reconciliation, reconstructionTHE 1994 GENOCIDE against the Tutsi left Joseph Rutagarama, 65, regretting why he had survived. Almost all his relatives, friends and neighbours had been killed... Read More
Musician Kizito Mihigo, who was arrested last week in connection with attempts to overthrow the government, will appear before court today afternoon.... Full Story
International police (Interpol) and the Rwanda National Police last week hosted a three-day experts conference on genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity under the theme: ‘Closing the impunity gap’.
Stephano Carvelli, the Assistant Director at Interpol who also heads the Fugitive Investigative support unit based in Lyon France, spoke to The New Times’ Collins Mwai on tracking the suspects of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.... Read More »
The City of Kigali (CoK) has dismissed claims by some business people that they would be relocated from different parts of the city and compelled to operate from shopping malls.... Read More »
Ugly scenes erupted at Amahoro National Stadium last evening after Rayon Sports lost two crucial points in the quest for a second successive football league title, at the hands of a resilient AS Kigali.... Read More »
Justus Kabarega, 65, can remember vividly the kind of music he used to dance to in the early 80’s.
Internationally, this was the time love ballads by the likes of Lionel Richie, Mariah Carey, the late Whitney Houston, the late Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder, among a host of other musicians of that genre, ruled the airwaves.... Read More »
RWANDA’S INSISTENCE on equal treatment in world affairs serves as a reminder of the pressures currently facing African governance and diplomacy.It is either about keeping external forces from meddling in the internal affairs of this or that country or complaints about disrespect before, during, or after an international gathering. Sometimes it is about showing respect to people in another part of the continent.... Read More »
MY COLLEAGUE and friend Sandra Idossou wrote an article on March 4 on customer service (or lack of it) in which she described an appalling pool side incident. She got some interesting feedback too. Whereas most viewers were positive, one in particular wrote practically another ‘article’ and accused Sandra of ranting about customer service (the response seemed like the rant to me). Mercifully, Sandra did not engage.... Read More »
From the moment a woman conceives, what runs in the mind of the family is a bundle of joy. But what lurks in the shadows of her dream is a thing called malaria. The disease, deadliest in sub-Saharan Africa, takes the blame but at no time is its vicious felt so hard than in pregnant women or in children.
Malaria is a tropical disease spread by infected female anopheles carrying a parasite called plasmodium that takes root mainly in the liver where it multiplies rapidly causing changes within the a normal body.
A recent report by the World Health Organisation indicates that 627,000 people succumbed to death in 2013 resulting from malaria.
The cold chills, high fever coupled with intervals of vomiting and general body weakness are nothing but not all to explain the end result of sleeping without a treated mosquito net.... Read More »
By Ivan Ngoboka
Belgium has been an active partner in sectors such as health, justice, education and rural development including; agriculture, forestry, energy, water and sanitation since 1962.Since 2000, the Belgian Development Agency (BTC) has executed, on behalf of the Government of Belgium, and the European Union, more than €300 million in Rwanda’s development programmes.... Read More »