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New safety regulations raise hope for fire controlNew regulations to enforce existing fire safety laws will help chart national path toward fire disaster control. Concerns about losses associated with fire had rattled... Read More
Insurers ready to compensate Quartier Mateus fire victimsInsurance firms are prepared to compensate traders whose goods were destroyed by fire in Kigali’s major trading centre, known as Quartier Mateus, last week. Read More
Diaspora students urged to stick to Rwandan valuesThe annual civic education for Rwandan youth studying from abroad kicked off yesterday with officials urging the youngsters to stick to the country’s values while... Read More
Trade unions and employers have been urged to enter into consultative talks regarding a minimum wage for various economic sectors before the approval of a draft law on the issue.... Full Story
There have been reports that Gatumba Mining Concessions shut down early this year. For a country that is steadily relying on mineral exports, such rumours send the shock signals. The mining sector has fetched millions of dollars for the economy despite being exploited below its capacity.
And, after months of silence, CP Passano, the managing director of the firm, revealed to The New Times’ Ivan R. Mugisha the detail into the said closure and the prospects of the mining sector in the country.... Read More »
Rwanda’s real estate industry could be boosted, by pledge from Chinese based investors.
The investor, through New Century Development Company, pledged to invest over $200million about (Rwf135billion) in the construction of hotels, apartments and luxury private villas.... Read More »
MARIO GOETZE scored a superb extra-time winner as Germany beat Argentina 1-0 to become the first European team to win a World Cup held in South America on Sunday.
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The Primus Guma Guma Super Star season 4 road show in Rubavu invoked emotions that saw fans shed tears of joy while others were in utter shock when the top three artistes were revealed.
At the fully packed Stade Nengo; on Saturday; all artistes knew that it was a do or die and did their best but eventually it was Jay Polly, Dream Boys and Bruce Melody who swept the top three slots.... Read More »
OVER THE past couple of weeks Rwanda’s liberation received some considerable coverage in both local and regional news media. RPF cadres and analysts were able to detail the birth of the movement as well as its direction and meaning to the country.... Read More »
THE HEADLINES last week were all about fires gutting buildings, claiming lives, injuring scores and destroying property worth millions.
In one week alone, five people were killed, 60 injured and millions worth of goods have gone up in smoke.... Read More »
The PH is the measure of acid and alkaline levels of blood usually through a pH scale. Each number on a pH scale represents a tenfold difference from adjacent numbers.
A fluid with a pH of six is 10 times more acidic than a fluid with a pH of seven, and a fluid with a pH of five is one hundred times more acidic than pure water. Most carbonated soft drinks have a pH of three. This makes them 10,000 times more acidic than pure water.
A few years ago, I attended a wedding ceremony of my cousin sister with lots of beverages served around. I sat so close to a friend who preferred to mix wine and coca-cola.... Read More »
Minerals Supply Africa (MSA), a Rwandan-based company has donated Rwf20 million to Gasabo District to be used in the renovation of houses for the Genocide survivors.... Read More »