Rwandans on various social media platforms yesterday joined in the campaign calling on world leaders to intervene in the crisis in South Sudan.

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The linkage between government and business community could be strengthened following the signing of an agreement between the government and Ngali Holdings, a local ICT firm, to create an integrated public service platform, ‘RwandaOnline’. 

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A rugged road leads you to an idyllic farm where Epa Binamungu established his Inganzo Arts Gallery, far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. 

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ONLY A handful of critics will argue against Rwanda’s current steady drive to eliminate corruption from all aspects of society. Indeed, Rwanda is often seen as one of a few countries in Africa to have successfully implemented a framework to combat the vice, an effort that has led to the country posting negligible levels of corruption year in year out.

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INCOME INEQUALITY has received a lot of attention lately, particularly in two arenas where it previously received little: American public debate and the International Monetary Fund. A major reason is concern in the United States that income inequality has returned to Gilded Age extremes; but inequality has increased in many other parts of the world as well, and remains high in Latin America.

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After a long eventful holiday, children must report back to school for the new term this week. But how prepared is your child? Or is it even necessary? Well, Education Times explores why early child preparation for school is important and how it should be done. 

Teachers say preparing for a new term starts as soon as learners break off for holidays. They always encourage parents to occupy holiday makers with various activities since an idle mind is the devil’s workshop. 

Jimmy Drasi, a teacher at Ecole Primaire Umubano, says parents should involve their children in constructive activities such as helping the maid with house chores, reading, sports and playing. He says doing work develops the independent aspect of the child.

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RSwitch supports orphaned and vulnerable children

By Sarah Kwihangana

In a bidd to strengthen and support communities, the management and staff of RSwitch -The National E-Payment switch of Rwanda with a network brand “SMARTCASH” home grown for the Rwandan population have donated 2 cows worth Rwf1.2 million and paint to Mere Du Verbe Orphanage located in Kimihurura, a Kigali city surburb.

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