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No one owes you anything, Kagame tells RPF cadresYesterday at Petit Stade in Remera, Kigali, President Kagame chaired the Rwanda Patriotic Front Political Bureau. President Kagame asked members to refocus on the RPF... Read More
Nyabarongo power plant completion delays frustrate govtThe most recent deadline for the completion and handover of the 28 Megawatt Nyabarongo power dam station was April 19. It was never met. Read More
Policing a post-Genocide society: The Police ‘Communale’Toward the end of the 1990s, the leadership saw the old model of policing as outdated, opting for the approach of involving the community in... Read More
A contingent of 140 Police officers under Rwanda Formed Police Unit (RWAFPU) will depart in four shifts to the Central African Republic (CAR) for a one year peacekeeping mission, effective today.... Full Story
The University of Rwanda is embarking on a research to establish why female students are reluctant to apply and enroll into the institution.
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The poor state of rural roads and lack of storage facilities are threatening the country’s food security. Experts say this calls for more money to be injected into rural infrastructure development.... Read More »
Rwanda Football Federation has accused African football governing body (Caf) of applying double standards as the decision to disqualify Amavubi from the group stages of 2015 Afcon final round qualifiers was upheld.... Read More »
IT was a moment of ecstasy when renowned Hiphop artiste Jay Polly was announced as Primus Guma Guma Super star (PGGS4)winner at Amahoro stadium on Saturday evening.... Read More »
Those who follow development in public affairs on a regular basis will recall the considerable uproar when the Ministry of Justice (MINIJUST) announced that it was increasing twelve-fold the costs for filing a court case. It became hot news in both local and international news media with some raising concern that the decision would lead to poor people being denied access to justice.... Read More »
Have two highly skilled women – with four babies and toddlers between them – finally found a way to achieve an ideal work-family balance? It looks as if PowerToFly, a new startup launched to place women around the world in tech jobs with flexible hours and the ability to work remotely, has done just that.
A few days ago, I had the opportunity to meet some cancer patients as well as physicians and social workers involved in management of cancer patients in the region.
I was impressed with the kind of work in progress and the goodwill to fight one of the most notorious health challenges on the globe.
Lack of specialised cancer wards or clinics in most of African health set-ups reflects a real challenge to policy makers. We need to have health centres with specialised cancer wards or clinics in order to safeguard and plan well for our patients.
Cancer wards help to safeguard cancer patients from infections or other contagious illnesses from the surroundings since they are known for compromised immune system.... Read More »