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Global luxury hotel chain takes over Mille Collines managementKempinski Hotels, Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group, is taking over the management of one of Rwanda’s top hotels, Hotel des Mille Collines, the global brand... Read More
Murambi Genocide victims honouredHUNDREDS of residents, including leaders and survivors on Monday gathered at Murambi memorial site, Nyamagabe District to pay their respects to the over 50, 000... Read More
New law to ease public procurement, crack down on shoddy contractorsA new ministerial order on procurement enacted last month is likely to improve the ability of public servants to oversee public tendering and implementation process... Read More
President Paul Kagame yesterday began a two-day visit to Boston, US with a visit at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).... Full Story
Indian national Somen Debnath, 30, started his mission to tour the Globe in May 27, 2004 from a remote village in India called Basanti. At that time, he was 20 years old.
He has so far traversed 85 countries and Rwanda is his 86th stop. All together, he has ridden his bicycle for a total of 102,050 kilometres.... Read More »
DETAINED Rayon Sports fans may face up to three years in jail over their alleged violent conduct on Sunday during the game between AS Kigali and Rayon.... Read More »
Reigning Miss Rwanda Colombe Akiwacu joined the youth in Rwamagana District to pay homage to the children killed in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi on Monday.
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A week after the March 28 murder of 12-year old Bella Isimbi Uwase by the hand of her family’s erstwhile houseboy, Sylvan Mahoro (we learnt that his real name was Sylvan Hagumamahoro during the trial) I wrote an article asking myself, and the rest of the readers, if it would’ve been a bad idea to reinstate the death penalty. Especially when crimes as gruesome as this child’s murder occur.... Read More »
IN PALLIATIVE CARE, we never say “there is nothing we can do”. It’s care beyond cure, a concept of humanity and a backbone of modern medicine. Patients with life-limiting illnesses have so many problems that health workers feel always overwhelmed and powerless to help.It’s a multidisciplinary team concept focus to care not on disease but for the person; behind the disease there is a person who needs help and feels vulnerable.... Read More »
Mathematic is one of the science subjects that is feared by students because it is considered hard. Most students (including those at university) tend to avoid subjects or course units that involve many figures.
And despite government’s emphasis on sciences, many students have not yet heeded the call because they fear mathematics.
And yet Maths is not just for scientists but all of us. When we shop, decorate our homes or listen to the daily weather report, we are using or benefitting from mathematical principles.
Many people say Maths is boring and unrelated to everyday life. But let us examine how fascinating Maths can be.... Read More »
By Ivan Ngoboka
Belgium has been an active partner in sectors such as health, justice, education and rural development including; agriculture, forestry, energy, water and sanitation since 1962.Since 2000, the Belgian Development Agency (BTC) has executed, on behalf of the Government of Belgium, and the European Union, more than €300 million in Rwanda’s development programmes.... Read More »