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Kagame urges Rwandans to keep working together for a bright futurePresident Paul Kagame yesterday reiterated that cooperation among Rwandans had been at the core of the country’s fast growth and urged them to keep up... Read More
Bad weather major threat to faster growthWith inflation contained at a single digit, and investment in infrastructure to boost energy generation and movement of goods and services scaled-up, bad weather and... Read More
One woman’s efforts to get girls off the streetsWhen 16-year-old Aline Umutoni wept after being asked to explain how she became a mother to her 15-month-old baby, social worker and her guardian Nicolette... Read More
Janviere Ahishakiye had everything going well in her life—a husband with whom to build a family and sizeable farmland on which to grow crops for food as well as income.... Full Story
A picture is worth a thousand words, so goes a famed adage. But for artists, a painting is worth even more than a thousand words. One of the firm believers of this theory is 27-year-old Alex Kwizera, a Rwandan born in the south western Uganda district of Kabale.... Read More »
The Confederation of African Football appeals board rejected Rwanda’s petition over their disqualification from the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations final round qualifiers.... Read More »
According to some people, East Africa and Africa have been called a place of slogans. We have slogans for almost everything we wish to do or relate to. Sadly these slogans are often not really backed up by real action. Right now the biggest slogan is ‘Africa is rising’ that came shortly after the now forgotten ‘African solutions for African problems.’... Read More »
The young man clearly needed tips on diplomatic courtesy before delivering a speech on behalf of over thirty Rwandan students who have received scholarships to study in various Chinese colleges sponsored by the government of the People’s Republic of China.... Read More »
The long-awaited construction of the new Gahanga Stadium has been put on hold indefinitely.
The move must have come as a disappointment for many who had been looking forward to the stadium being one of the venues for the 2016 Africa Nations Championships (Chan).
Officials on one hand say “contractual issues” with a Turkish construction firm was the cause of the delay, but on the other, they cite architectural faults in the design. But whatever the cause, it is a sign of weakness, either by our legal minds that helped draft the contract or the engineers who did not exercise due diligence.... Read More »