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MPs want public broadcaster off govt budgetThe yet to be legally instituted Rwanda Broadcasting Agency (RBA) must be productive and quickly wean off the central government budget, lawmakers said yesterday. Read More
Diaspora converge in London for Rwanda DayHundreds of Rwandans are today expected to participate in the fourth Rwanda Day event scheduled to take place in London, UK. President Paul Kagame is... Read More
Government, Swiss firm sign US$15m energy dealThe government has signed a $15 million (approximately Rwf9.7billion) energy agreement with a Swiss based company to develop hydro power plants in the Southern Province. Read More
Veneranda Niyitegeka, an uneducated woman in her 50’s and a resident of Huye, was living an impoverished life for many years, making a living by tilling other people’s gardens and her own garden.... Full Story
Florent Kayiranga was once a teacher. He also owned a shop and took on a role as a driver. Until he jumped ship and found his calling in pig breeding six years ago.... Read More »
FRENCH coach Didier Gomez da Rosa has said that guiding Rayon Sports to its first league title since 2004 was the greatest moment of his life.... Read More »
They are considered among the most promising upcoming female musicians with one taking the afrobeat scene by storm and the other venturing into the Hip-hop world mostly dominated by male rappers.... Read More »
The Economist of March 25, 2012 dedicated a page on “Business in Rwanda – Africa’s Singapore? A country with a bloody history seeks prosperity by becoming business-friendly”... Read More »
As pointed out in the previous article, the many readers of these series have raised legitimate concerns over the change homework facing our country, and to them time is of essence.... Read More »
While in Kibuye, feel free to visit Butare, Rwanda’s second city, and tour the King’s Palace. You can also visit the National University of Rwanda (NUR).
And when you are ready to end your mini-vacation, know that bus lines run from Kigali to Kibuye and back every hour on the hour. Currently the cost is Rwf3,000.
My trip to Kibuye was the quintessence of perfection – allowing me to reflect on the academic highlights of my stay in Rwanda while enjoying the warmth of the sunrays and cool blue waters.