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Over 51,000 TV sets to be switched off today as digital migration process endsOver 51,000 people you won’t be able to watch their favourite soaps and news broadcasts beginning midnight today (July 31) as the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory... Read More
EWSA split to help meet energy and water targetsMoney needed to fund the country’s water and energy projects will be successfully mobilised and services effectively provided following the transfer of responsibilities and property... Read More
RPF – The political and military mobilisationDuring its founding congress in Kampala in December 1987, in an effort to avoid ideological squabbles, RPF defined itself as a “front” founded on a... Read More
Hundreds of Rwandans yesterday jammed Kigali streets to participate in a carnival march that marked the start of this year’s national harvest day celebration, locally known as Umuganura.... Full Story
FOR about 18 years now, Theoneste Dusengimana has been riding a bicycle on the streets of Huye and Gisagara districts in the Southern Province ferrying passengers to earn a living.... Read More »
As the fight for customers between banks and telecoms continues to grow by the day, banks have realised that the only way to ease the pressure and also stay competitive is to work with telecoms.... Read More »
CLEMENTINE MUKANDANGA registered a personal best time on her debut in the Commonwealth Games as she finished 10th in the 10000m women final on Tuesday night at Hampden Park, in Glasgow.... Read More »
IN JANUARY this year, I wrote an article in this paper that called for all stakeholders including political leaders, business heavyweights, policymakers, and influential members of the civil society to work hand in hand and on equal footing to prepare Rwanda’s young generation for the journey ahead – after all, young people represent the promise of changing the Rwandan society for the better.... Read More »
PARIS – “Death to the Jews!” In Paris and other French cities, the hate-filled words ring out. Attacks on synagogues have taken place for the first time since the Dreyfus Affair at the end of the nineteenth century. In suburban areas near Paris, such as the town of Sarcelles, known for its climate of religious and ethnic tolerance, groups of young people have deliberately targeted Jewish properties.... Read More »
The holiday is around the corner. And this means students will have time off from the usual school routine to relax and share a great deal of time with family, friends and guardians.
However, from the famed adage that goes; ‘an idle mind is a devil’s workshop’, there is a certain likelihood that students are bound to get themselves into criminal activities such as drug abuse and exposure to early sexual deeds which in turn may derail them and deny them a bright future.
As a parent, guardian, teacher, elder or student: the grand question then is; how can students use the holidays fruitfully?... Read More »
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.... Read More »