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Media forum to discuss hate speech in journalismMore than 150 delegates converge in Kigali tomorrow and Friday to discuss how the media in Africa can report more responsibly, thus preventing disastrous hate... Read More
Documenting virtuous deeds of the ‘Indakemwa’ good for nation – IbukaThe Hutu who risked their life to save Tutsi during the 1994 Genocide should be recognised and their gallant actions documented for education purposes, Ibuka,... Read More
How Kizito Mihigo planned to gain power through terrorIn a statement released on Monday, the Police announced it had arrested artiste Kizito Mihigo and two accomplices, Cassien Ntamuhanga and Jean Paul Dukuzumuremyi, following... Read More
Rwandan youth tell country’s 20 year story through poetryYouth Literacy Organisation (YouLI) has this week released a book containing a collection of 20 poems, on themes of Genocide commemoration and remembrance. Read More
Members of international Non Government Oganisation (NGO’s) working in Rwanda on Monday visited Kigali Memorial Centre to pay homage to victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.... Full Story
Rwandans who invested in the former TelexFree Rwanda Ltd company have appealed for government’s intervention to help them recover their lost finances from the US based company.... Read More »
Rwanda will host the 14th World Export Development Forum in September, the International Trade Centre (ITC) and the Rwanda Development Board (RDB), said in a statement.... Read More »
THE battle for the last eight spots in the 2014 Peace Cup tournament goes underway this afternoon as giants seek to cruise through to the next round.... Read More »
ONE OF RWANDA’S renowned musician Kizito Mihigo has confessed to being involved in terrorist activities. Kizito and three others are accused of planning attacks, with the aim to overthrow the government, to assassinate government officials and to incite violence.
The New Times’ Dean Karemera interviewed a cross-section of local musicians, who expressed their shock at the musician’s alleged offences.... Read More »
LAST WEEK, the Ombudsman released her yearly list of individuals who’ve fallen foul of anti-corruption laws. Unlike last year, however, because I’m not currently in the country, I can’t peruse through the list of names.... Read More »
Cognisant of the fact that the East African states are now bundled under one economic umbrella and more so, that the governments have in the past engaged in high profile conventions to forge a way forward for the entire citizenry; I want to voice my well considered opinion on the most important regional resource that is usually said will quickly fuel the economic development of the region as a whole, oil!... Read More »
The recent government leadership retreat recommended an appropriate school feeding programme for learners aimed at improving the quality of education in the country.
The programme demands that on top of existing feeding interventions like the ‘One Child One Cup of Milk’ twice a week, schools across the country should provide meals to students daily. It also recommends an increase of micronutrients through enrichment of food materials to cater for all nutritional needs of the students.... Read More »
Special 20th genocide commemoration pullout... Read More »