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Why health scheme was moved to pensions bodyThe National Leadership Retreat directed that medical insurance scheme, Mutuelle de Sante, be moved from Health ministry to Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB). Read More
Lawyers fault negotiation skills for bad oil, gas dealsEast African countries will continue losing billions of dollars in natural resources deals due to poor negotiation skills when dealing with international companies, experts have... Read More
Kwibuka Flame: Amb. Gatete tells Nyagatare residents to embrace unityResidents of Nyagatare District, Eastern Province, have been urged to uphold unity and work hard to safeguard the country from any evil forces intent on... Read More
He may have lost his sight at a very tender age – just one year – but that did not stop him from dreaming big and has never given up on his childhood dreams. Meet VOA’s Leonidas Ndayisaba.
When you meet him, it won’t be long before you realise his burning passion for journalism.... Full Story
A total of 1,323 youths, including 179 women, completed Basic Recruit Course at Gishari Police Training school in Rwamagana District yesterday. The course lasted 10 months.... Read More »
Small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) in Rwanda are set to benefit from skills and technology transfer from Indian businesses, Joseph Kabakeza, the First Consular at the Rwandan High Commission in Delhi, has said.... Read More »
AFTER THREE weeks of high altitude training in Rulindo, Northern Province, head coach Emmanuel Murenzi believes Rwanda’s Africa Cross Country team has hit the required fitness to take on the world’s best.... Read More »
Rafik Jamal Wasswa aka Jamal is arguably one of the most celebrated Ugandan musicians. Last week he was in Rwanda and performed at Bruce Melodie’s album launch on Women’s Day. Jamal has a loyal fun base among females mainly because he sings about issues so close to women. The singer shared his musical journey and what shapes his private life in an interview with The New Times’ Sarah Kwihangana. Excerpts…..... Read More »
I CANNOT even begin to relate just how often I hear people say, quite annoyingly I must add, that local universities produce “half-baked graduates”.... Read More »
Online classes are offered by most colleges and universities to provide options for students with differing needs and interests.
Instead of sitting in a traditional classroom, students participate in online classes using a computer, smart phone or tablet with an Internet connection to interact with instructors and classmates around the world. Students may take online courses in addition to traditional courses or complete an entire course of study online leading to a degree.
This trend is not limited to first world countries only. Most developing countries including Rwanda have embraced the online system and courses such as Advanced Diploma in Nursing, Masters in Business Administration (MBA) and ICT-related are offered by local universities.... Read More »
By Grace Mugoya
Rotary Club de Kigali on March 1st joined other Rotary Clubs around the World in making 109 years of operation.The celebration took place during a Gala Night at Kigali Serena Hotel and attracted members of the five Rotary Clubs of Rwanda that include Rotary Club de Kigali... Read More »