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Rwanda values ties that support local priorities – KagameRwanda values organisations and individuals that do not seek to impose their will but rather align their support with the priorities of the recipient countries,... Read More
Optimism on use of IDs as travel documentOfficials from the East African Community tripartite partner states are scheduled to meet in Kigali tomorrow to discuss the final modalities of using national identity... Read More
Media practitioners in Rwanda would make more profits if they swiftly moved to improve their content and deliberately concentrated on feeding their audiences with vital information.... Full Story
Today Kenya marks 50 years of independence. On this day, in 1963, Kenya emerged from the fangs of colonialism to build a strong and democratic nation. Through the 50-year journey, the country has managed to live in harmony with its neighbours and improved the livelihoods of its citizens.... Read More »
THE Rwanda Football Federation, Ferwafa, has postponed the much awaited rivalry tie between thirteen-time winners APR against SC Kiyovu in the tenth round of the Turbo King National Football league to Sunday evening at Amahoro stadium.... Read More »
The mother of three said: “Christmas is different every year. Last year we were in Australia and it was lovely but this year we’ve decided to go to Rwanda. We will probably have our own Christmas in LA with stockings, presents and a big roast dinner.
“I said to the kids do you want to go to Africa and see lions, tigers and bears, or stay at home and watch TV all day? It was a no brainer.”... Read More »
The major challenge to deepening regional integration in Africa is not the lack of vision or appropriate policies; rather it is a lack of implementation of sector-wide policies.
The continent is not only large but a very fragmented one. The internal boundaries between countries remain the same as those drawn by the European powers in the 1870s.... Read More »
The life of Nelson Mandela and what he stood for – for his nation, Africa and the world – has, since his demise last Thursday, dominated headlines.... Read More »
FROM Nyakinama sector, Musanze district comes a story of a woman making a difference in society. Because of her the traditional household tables have turned. Women have become the bread winners in their families. This is not just by providing food but also paying fees for their children, buying land and animals as well as building decent homes for their families.
Naturally, this raised our curiosity. At Red Rocks, an Intercultural Exchange Centre is where the answers are.... Read More »
By Ivan Ngoboka
Rwanda joined the rest of the World yesterday to celebrate the International Human Rights Day at a ceremony held in Maraba Sector, Huye district, Southern Province.... Read More »