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Premier salutes Police for consolidating peacePrime Minister Anastase Murekezi yesterday commended the Rwanda National Police for playing a central role in not only restoring law and order but also fostering... Read More
Rwanda and Japan Peace Exhibition for next weekAmahoro National Stadium in Kigali will next Wednesday host the first ever Rwanda and Japan Peace Exhibition as part of activities to mark the 69th... Read More
City referral hospital on spot over broken CT scanVivien Munyaburanga and his family could not believe when a close relative who had been involved in a road accident, passed on hours after he... Read More
Who is behind the discreet porn industry in Rwanda?WE HAVE Rwandan porn stars in our midst. They work in a sophisticated closed circle and are so discreet that getting information about them or... Read More
Rwanda is now the second country in sub-Saharan Africa to switch off its analogue television signal and migrate to digital broadcasting.
FOR MANY DECADES, 57-year-old Callixte Kalisa survived on small-scale subsistence farming which he practiced in the rural Gafumba Cell, Huye District.
The father of six practised traditional agriculture, never used fertilisers and mixed several crops on one plot.... Read More »
Rwandan traders should take advantage of the bilateral cooperation agreement signed between Rwanda and Equatorial Guinea recently to exploit the business opportunities the Central African country presents, John Mirenge, the RwandAir chief executive officer, has said.... Read More »
JUNIOR WASPS face Uganda Cubs seeking to overturn the 4-0 deficit if they are to qualify to the final round of the Caf African Youth Championships qualifiers.... Read More »
CELEBRATED Belgian based Rwandan musician, Faycal Ngeruka aka Kode has advised local musicians to invest in professional management of their talent. Kode is in the country to promote his new songs and to shoot videos for his upcoming album.... Read More »
I WAS not surprised this week when I heard complaints by some Kigali residents about their increasing discontent of the noise coming from an array of churches in residential areas of our city. This was reported by the print and electronic media. Rwandans of all walks of life are today trooping to the new churches in ever-increasing numbers in pursuit of spiritual rejuvenation.... Read More »
As cancer awareness continues to increase in Rwanda, it is time to dedicate special attention to the discipline of pediatric (childhood) cancers. While cancer knowledge in the general public is on the rise due to concerted efforts by the Ministry of Health and its partners, major gaps in how much Rwandans know about childhood cancers remains.... Read More »
LAST WEEK, a new cabinet was sworn in after Anastase Murekezi was appointed new Prime Minister. Although women generally constitute 34% of the new cabinet, three of them are making it to cabinet for the first time.
They include Judith Uwizeye, Minister of Public Service and Labour, Geraldine Mukeshimana, Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources and Germaine Kamayirese, Minister of State in Charge of Energy, Water and Sanitation in the Ministry of Infrastructure.
Women Today’s Doreen Umutesi interviewed the new female cabinet ministers on a range of issues and what they plan to do.... Read More »