Top stories »
Rwf30 billion EU cash to boost regional integrationTrade across the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) region could soon be enhanced thanks to Euro33 million (about Rwf30 billion) earmarked by... Read More
Call for innovation and skills transfer as TVET expo endsMembers of the private sector have been urged to work closely with Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) schools to help promote technological innovations... Read More
Col. Byabagamba, Rusagara chargedCol. Tom Byabagamba and retired Brig. Gen. Frank Rusagara yesterday appeared before the Military Tribunal in Nyamirambo where they were charged with different counts, some... Read More
Eastern Province elects new senatorGertrude Kazarwa has been elected Eastern Province Senator in a senatorial by-election held yesterday. Kazarwa garnered 371 (80.4 per cent) out of 461 total votes... Read More
Plan International Rwanda has inaugurated a fully furnished school worth Rwf362m constructed to support the government’s initiative of 12 Years Basic Education (12YBE), in Bugesera District.... Full Story
Teachers and pupils of Birwa 1 Primary School located on Birwa 1 island of Lake Burera have for long waited for a modern boat and lifesaver jackets to facilitate their movement to and from the island.... Read More »
THE government has put on hold plans to build a modern 40,000-seater stadium that would have hosted the 2016 Africa Nations Championships (Chan), Saturday Sport has learnt.... Read More »
One can justifiably say that education is one of the key factors cementing Rwanda’s integration in the East African Community (EAC) with the recent opening up in Kigali of some major universities in the region, notably Kenyan universities.... Read More »
WASHINGTON, DC – Two hundred years ago, Washington DC was captured by the British – who then proceeded to set fire to official buildings, including the White House, Treasury Department, and Congress. Today, it is a domestic interest group – very large banks – that has captured Washington. The costs are likely to be far higher than they were in 1814.... Read More »
“FIRST OF all, my real name is not to be disclosed in your story,” with a stern look and speaking in a heavy Kinyarwanda accent mixed with some French and Swahili, those were the first words of a ‘middle man’ in the trade of smuggling along Rwanda’s porous borders. I met the well built man in Gisenyi on Saturday evening as he sipped on expensive liquor.
Dressed in a brown Polo shirt and a blue pair of jeans, he completed the look with a golden chain around his neck and an expensive Bulvgari watch on his wrist.