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Passengers killed, others left in critical condition following Eastern Province bus accidentA head-on collision involving a coaster bus and a minibus has left more than a dozen passengers dead and others in critical condition. The accident... Read More
Kagame: Africans should own up to their actionsPresident Paul Kagame has called on Africans to be courageous enough and own up to their own actions instead of blaming their problems on external... Read More
UN peacekeepers can be sued for forsaking TutsiBelgian UN peacekeepers who abandoned hundreds of refugees to be killed by the Interahamwe militia during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda could... Read More
Senior govt officials explore how to improve efficiency Permanent secretaries from all the ministries and directors general of public institutions are in a three-day training session aimed at enhancing efficiency and effectiveness in... Read More
What did we know before April 1994? And when we knew, what did we do? What did we say? Where were we? Twenty years after the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, questions are still tumbling out within the “international community” – a generic term for ambassadors in Rwanda at the time, member states, permanent or not, of the Security Council, States that contributed to the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda, international officials, humanitarians, journalists.... Full Story
The much needed continental court of justice remains a distant dream as legal experts say the process may take more than just signatures. Experts say there is lack of political will on individual African Union member states to take concrete steps to establish the court.
AMAVUBI TEAM tactician Stephen Constantine has not lost hope as Amavubi prepare for the second leg against Congo Brazzaville in a bid to qualify to the group stage round of the 2015 Africa Nations’ Cup qualifiers.... Read More »
The body of singer Juliana Kanyomozi’s son is expected to arrive in Uganda today evening and will be laid to rest in Matugga on Bombo Road, Wednesday.
Julian Kanyomozi is a popular musician in the region and has been a judge on Tusker Project Fame (TPF) - a regional music talent show.... Read More »
In every administrative sector in Rwanda, there are numerous stories of people who have risen from extreme poverty and are now relatively wealthy.... Read More »
Rwanda’s first TV channel aired for the first time in 1992. It was named Télévision Rwandaise (TVR). Compared to the Burundian TV that had been on air for decades, the late arrival of television in my country seemed surprising by the quality of images and programmes.... Read More »
Everyone knew him as the village crazy Deodine Ntenzimana, the man who mumbled strange nothings to himself by the roadside on good days, and ran after complete strangers or chased imaginary enemies on bad ones.
Unlike other mentally disturbed people in the area, whose illness was often explained mysteriously as an act of God or his opposite, most people in the village thought they knew what had finally got Ntenzimana unhinged: he was a notorious drug user; an addict to a deadly cocktail of marijuana, narcotics and liquor.... Read More »
Rwanda Creative Hub incubates innovative businesses within the media, journalism and creative industries in Rwanda.... Read More »