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University students construct house for Genocide survivorStudents from the School of Finance and Banking (SFB) in partnership with Miss SFB, contributed at the weekend in the construction of a house for... Read More
Help on the way for disabled beggarsPersons with Disabilities (PWDs) who are street beggars may soon be integrated into various cooperatives to engage them in income generating activities as opposed to... Read More
Survey unearths 60,000 land-related casesA survey conducted between 2010 and 2012 identified at least 60,000 land-related cases that need urgent response to settle wrangles in ten districts. Read More
AS RWANDA Day 2013 comes to London for the first time, let me take this opportunity to talk about the role that the Rwandan business community in the diaspora can play by embracing the creation of Rwanda startup culture and make a difference in creating much needed jobs at the same time benefiting from the growth of the ICT sector.... Full Story
ON MY first pass through the annual Seattle International Film Festival lineup, it’s easy enough to find a few want-to-see titles: a movie by director X, whose previous film was top-notch; a film starring Y, an actor always worth watching; a documentary about Z, some subject of interest.... Read More »
RWANDA’S leading middle distance athlete Robert Kajuga is optimistic on staging a conquering performance when the ninth edition of the Kigali Peace Marathon sets off today at Amahoro National Stadium.... Read More »
So much seems to be happening in the region lately but some of the happenings simply require us to grab some popcorn, lay back in our sits and watch what happens next. Take the case of Uganda where the infamous sack of money given to the Busoga youth has already resulted in squabbles and very little development.... Read More »
GINA DEJESUS was a 14-year-old pupil who was walking around after school, as she usually did, in 2004. Unknown to whoever saw her, however, that was the last time in 9 years little Gina would be free.... Read More »
The Rwanda Day event held in London this year marked another successful milestone when thousands turned up for the event.
The now popular event is another rare initiative that has come to attract many foreigners, who have a chance to interact with the President and pose questions in any area of their choice and receive frank answers.
Most of the foreigners and friends of Rwanda had nothing but praise for what they termed the “Rwandan miracle”, but to Rwandans, it is not a miracle but the fruits of hard work and a committed leadership.... Read More »