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Umushyikirano resolves to improve service deliveryRwandans need to remain united and focus on delivering good services in all sectors and move swiftly to implement values of working hard, producing more,... Read More
Upgraded airport caters for physically impairedWork to upgrade Kigali International Airport that started September last year is now 70 per cent complete and facilities for People Living with Disabilities (PLWDs)... Read More
Sisters find life-line in city farmingTired of peasant life in the countryside, two sisters sought for ‘better life’ in the city. However, Ivan Ngoboka writes that their dream of becoming city businesswomen... Read More
Calls for more funds to manage Lake Victoria dominated talks between members of the East African Legislative Assembly and management of Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization (LVFO) recently at its headquarters in Jinja, Uganda.... Full Story
A CANADIAN senator, Romeo Dallaire, recently dozed off while driving and crashed his car into a lamp stand while on his way to work.
Ordinarily, this is not news to an average Rwandan as most have crashed their cars or seen cars crash into one object or the other. It is simply not unusual.... Read More »
A single goal from Kenya’s defender, Jockins Atudo, kicked out Rwanda from the 2013 GOtv Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup after a quarter final match played yesterday at Mombasa Municipal Stadium.... Read More »
For the time I have been a media person, I have learnt a few things that can be defined as the constants.
I have realised that media work calls for full dedication and that in most cases, your friends and family will never understand what it means to be a journalist.... Read More »
AND SO it goes.....
By the early 1990s, all aspects of the struggle to liberate Rwandans were about to bear fruit: fund-raising, cadre job, et al, in countries of the globe and protracted armed struggle in the bushes and town-centres of Rwanda.... Read More »
This week, the passing of an icon dominated global news outlets as leaders and the common man alike showered their emotions over the death of Nelson Mandela.
Mandela was the embodiment of resistance against oppression and redefining the meaning of sacrifice for the sake of human dignity. Could Madiba’s never-say-die spirit be reconfigured to fit into the Rwandan context?
That is exactly what the just concluded National Dialogue (Umushyikirano) is all about back here on the home turf; sacrifice in the service of the nation.... Read More »
By Thomas Kagera
Special Economic Zone, a geographically specified and physically secured area administered by a single body, offering certain incentives including more liberal and simplified economic regulations for businesses to physically locate and operate within it.... Read More »