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City businesses count losses as fire guts Quartier MatheusScores of city businesspersons yesterday counted losses estimated to be in millions of francs after fire gutted a building in Kigali’s major trading centre, commonly... Read More
New forensic facility to cut cost incurred on investigationsCrime investigation is expected to get smarter and less costly once a modern forensic laboratory with facilities capable of providing scientific evidence to solve complex... Read More
Prison fires could be a sign of bigger problem, expert warnsFollowing two fire incidents at two prison facilities within a month, an expert has warned that the fires cannot be treated as isolated incidents and... Read More
Revenues from mineral exports this year are expected to hit a four-year low as a result of price fluctuations on the international market.... Full Story
Several private schools across the country say they are struggling to remain in business because parents nowadays prefer to enrol their children in 12 year Basic Education schools.... Read More »
EFFORTS to boost regional trade could be strengthened following the nomination of The East African Business Council (EABC) at the World Customs Organisation (WCO), a Private Sector Consultative Group in charge of the implementation and monitoring of customs standards and procedures.... Read More »
ARGENTINA OVERCAME Netherlands on penalties after a 0-0 draw in Sao Paulo to set up a meeting with Germany in the World Cup final on Sunday.... Read More »
The Great Lakes Region has been blighted by civil wars and conflict over many decades; and also has been the theatre of many activities by the United Nations whose stated goal is to engage in efforts to bring peace and stability.... Read More »
The arguments raised in an article by this very publication (The unsustainability of organic farming, June 27, 2014) raise several important points.... Read More »
John and Peter work with the same NGO in Kigali. Both are married with one son each; and both are determined to ensure that their children receive a good education. They each drop their children off to school each morning and personally pick them up in the evening for the journey home.
It is in what they do after they get the children home that the parents differ.
Immediately after getting his son home, John takes a quick shower and heads out to relax with his friends over hot sticks of brochette and a few cold drinks.... Read More »
“Field visit and discussion with beneficiaries and partners are a good strategy for NEPAD to achieve success of women empowerment-oriented project”
The Future in Our Minds – FIOM Rwanda – is a non-governmental organization based in Kigali. FIOM has been working with vulnerable communities in the Eastern Province of Rwanda since its establishment in 1998.... Read More »