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Productivity, self-reliance dominate debate on Day One of DialogueRwandans can become financially self-reliant only through working harder, producing more and savings. This is the message that resonated at the 11th National Dialogue Council,... Read More
Kagame on Mandela: ‘A politician capable of the remarkable’Few were less comfortable with the prospect of sainthood than Nelson Mandela himself. “One issue that deeply worried me in prison,” he wrote in Conversations... Read More
Genocide survivors’ projects failing to take off despite fundingJoining an association of Genocide widows could have been a breakthrough for Grace Mukanteko, 62, and Therese Gahindikiri, 70. Read More
The National Dialogue Council yesterday kicked off deliberations at Parliament with a minute of silence in honour of Nelson Mandela.
The anti-apartheid hero, popularly known as Madiba, died Thursday night at his home in Johannesburg, South Africa, after battling lung infection.
Vehicles that emit gases harmful to the environment will be subjected to on-spot tests in a new campaign that officials say would help contain emission of dangerous gases.
The National Environmnent Management Authority (Rema), in partnership with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Rwanda National Police, unveiled the gas tester on Thursday.
Ministers from nearly 160 member countries of the World Trade Organisation entered a final day of negotiations on Friday with officials sounding optimistic over chances of salvaging a deal that would save the WTO from sliding into irrelevance.... Read More »
AMAVUBI Stars are in for a tough task when they face hosts Kenya in the second quarter final match of the 2013 GOtv Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup tournament today at Mombasa Municipal Stadium.... Read More »
The debate in these pages sometime ago on whether to own a roof or not should interest everyone with earnings of any sort.
Seeing how the costs of building or buying a house are so prohibitive, should we leave the venture to the wo/men of means? Should we humble mortals of modest means be resigned to forever being leashed to dependence on hired abodes, with their accompanying vagaries of rent hikes and contract terminations?
Correctional services are an indispensible support mechanism within the criminal justice system. Rwanda, together with some other countries that contribute correctional officers, are working to promote functioning, civilised, efficient, accountable, professional correctional/prison services, with capable officers with specialised skill sets and operating on the basis of international standards.... Read More »
“In real life we deal, not with gods, but with ordinary humans like ourselves: men and women who are full of contradictions, who are stable and fickle, strong and weak, famous and infamous,” Nelson Mandela wrote in one of his two books, Conversations with Myself.
While he might not say so in the book, Mandela could easily have been referring to himself. However, his words have done little to extinguish the love of his admirers.
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 »