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UN resolution: Genocide deniers left in checkmate The UN Security Council on Wednesday drew praises after it approved a new resolution on preventing genocide, in honour of the 20th commemoration of the... Read More
Prosecution seeks life jail term for Bella’s accused killerSylvestre Hora, the man charged with the murder, last month, of 12-year-old Shalom ‘Bella’ Uwase in Nyamirambo, Kigali, should spend the rest of his life... Read More
The annual Walk to Remember events will soon be conducted at the local government level, lead organisers and government officials have revealed.... Full Story
Remains of thousands of victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi who were buried in several places in Nyanza District are being exhumed in order to be given a decent burial.... Read More »
Esperance FC players and club officials are engaged in a blame game as the team faces eminent relegation on its debut in the First Division league.... Read More »
Yesterday, contestants in the fourth season of Bralirwa’s annual music talent competition, Primus Guma Guma Superstar (PGGSS), lit up ten homes of survivors of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Kiberinka village, Rugarama cell, Nyamirambo sector.... Read More »
IN SEPTEMBER 2013, Rwanda became the first country in the East African Community to offer free public Internet in selected locations in the City of Kigali.... Read More »
WE HAVE all many a time visualised what we would wish to be in the next couple of years or decades and have actually set plans guided by lucid strategies with focused targets; all matched well to drive us to the desired future.... Read More »
TODAY is Good Friday and some Roman Catholics in the Philippines mark the day by re-enacting the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
Real nails are driven through their hands and feet. They are whipped until blood starts oozing out and allow themselves to be crucified. The decades-old practice takes place predominantly in Pampanga province to remember Jesus Christ’s suffering and death.
Back home we set out to find out if there are some Rwandans willing to die for mankind and re-enact the suffering and death of Jesus. Society Magazine’s Dean Karemera talked to a cross-section of people on whether they would offer themselves to be crucified like Jesus to save mankind.... Read More »
As we commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, The New Times Publications has introduced a special section for in memoriam messages to honour the memory and celebrate the lives of those who left us.... Read More »