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2014 Retreat: Government to probe stalled projectsThe government has resolved to investigate reasons behind the slow implementation of some significant projects in energy and other sectors and put in place more... Read More
Simbikangwa trial: Descendants of Holocaust victims stand in solidarity with Genocide survivorsRepresentatives of a French association of descendants of Jews deported from France during the Nazi German occupation of France (1940–1944) –during the Holocaust– will today... Read More
Catchy tech projects that stole the show at Miss Geek contestOn Saturday, Nancy Sibo was crowned winner of Miss Geek 2014 for her mobile cow application project. Miss Geek, a technology award that recognises ICT... Read More
ON THE MORNING of January 19, 1998, residents in the north-western district of Rubavu awoke to the chilling news that a bus with more than 70 passengers had been torched with the persons inside.
In the following hours, the news spread throughout the country and beyond and clues to perpetrators of the heinous act started to emerge.... Full Story
Thousands of residents in Eastern Province gathered at different places to celebrate International Women’s Day on Saturday.
This year’s celebrations were, however, unique as hundreds of couples that had been illegally married for years tied the knot in public.
The ceremonies were conducted in various sectors across the province.... Read More »
National basketball league reigning champions Espoir continued their impressive start to the new season with an easy sail against Cercle Sportif de Kigali (CSK) and United Generation (UGB) over the weekend.... Read More »
AS Rwanda joined the rest of the world to mark Women’s day last Saturday, local artist, Augustine Hakizimana celebrated and honoured women in a special way.
Through art he showcased the achievements, trials and tribulations of women through art. The venue was Heaven’s Restaurant in Kiyovu.... Read More »
Last week South Africa and Rwanda traded diplomatic expulsions. It is not the first time that relations between the two countries have gone this sour.... Read More »
“From my vintage point as commander of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR), I was able to watch the strange dichotomy of local media, on one side, fuelling the killing while international media, on the other side, virtually ignored or misunderstood what was happening… the local media, particularly RTLM, were literally part of the genocide”, Gen. Romeo Dallaire.... Read More »
Ceaser Kayizari, the Rwandan ambassador to Turkey, is confident that fostering trade linkages and partnerships between local businesses and multinational entrepreneurs is essential to grow Rwanda’s industrial sector and ensure economic sustainability.
Business Times Peterson Tumwebaze caught up with the ambassador during the recent Turkey-East Africa trade mission in Gaziantep Turkey, and asked him about what local entrepreneurs should do to penetrate international markets:... Read More »
By Grace Mugoya
Rotary Club de Kigali on March 1st joined other Rotary Clubs around the World in making 109 years of operation.The celebration took place during a Gala Night at Kigali Serena Hotel and attracted members of the five Rotary Clubs of Rwanda that include Rotary Club de Kigali... Read More »