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Women’s roles have evolved – First LadyRwanda’s transformation in gender equality trascends national achievements and provides lessons for other countries struggling to overcome histories of gender oppression. Read More
Interpol admits challenges in arresting Genocide fugitivesThe international police (Interpol) has admitted to facing some challenges in arresting Genocide fugitives, mostly related to the time when the crimes were committed. Read More
Nzamurambaho dared genocidal government on sectarianism, paid with his lifeAt the start of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, many dissenting politicians were killed over their opposition to the genodical plan hatched by the... Read More
The man suspected to have murdered a 12-year-old girl, Shalom Isimbi Uwase, fondly referred to as Bella in Nyamirambo, last month, is due to appear before Nyarugenge Intermediate Court for mention.... Full Story
A group of Rwandans who had invested in the former Telex-Free Rwanda Ltd are considering legal action against the company in a bid to recover their money, The New Times has learnt.... Read More »
East African Community (EAC) member states should adapt a common policy on recognition of professionals to facilitate the movement of labour and reduce the cost of doing trade in the region, the East African Business Council (EABC) has said.... Read More »
JEAN CLAUDE NDOLI made two saves in the penalty shoot-out as seven-time champions APR completed a dramatic 10-9 win over AS Muhanga on spot-kicks in the Peace Cup 1/8th round at Kigali Regional stadium after a goalless draw in regular time... Read More »
AS part of the commemoration activities, a documentary film about the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, Rwanda 94 was recently premiered at Rwanda Revenue Authority auditorium in Kigali.... Read More »
Last week, Bob Diamond, a former Barclays bank boss and Ashish Thakkar founder of Mara Group, together with the Government of Rwanda, kick-started an exercise that is likely to end up with the duo obtaining controlling stake in the commercial banking subsidiary of the Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD).... Read More »
The 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi was a result of politics based on discrimination and hatred propagated in Rwanda at that time.
Among the victims of the Genocide were politicians with progressive views who strived for democracy and fundamental rights of all Rwandans.... Read More »
ALTHOUGH many people make promises to God when they are going through hard times and forget to fulfill them, Rose Gakwandi Mukankaka kept her promise to God after surviving the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
She was at home with children when all hell broke loose. Her late husband was away attending a conference.
Their house was a stone throw away from Butare prison. After the death of former president Habyarimana on April 6, 1994, a roadblock was set up at the prison just next to the gate leading to Mukankaka’s home.... 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 »