WHEN ALPHONSINE Mukamurara lost her husband 15 years ago, she thought it was the end of the road for her.

Just housewife then, Mukamurara looked at singlehandedly raising the eight children she had with her late husband as a daunting task. The youngest child was only three years old then.

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Rwanda is seeking to use the forthcoming iPAD Rwanda Power and Infrastructure Investment Forum to woo investors for its energy and infrastructure sectors. 

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Police Football Club head coach Andre Cassa Mbungo is a man full of confidence ahead of today’s Cecafa Kagame Cup semi-final clash between his team and local rivals APR at Kigali Regional Stadium

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The biggest music event of the year, Primus Guma Guma Super Star season 4, comes to an end next week on Saturday and it is no secret that hip-hop diva Young Grace and hoarse voiced rapper Amag the Black have had a good run in the competition.

Although they are not among the top three, they say that hard work and dreaming big are some of the main ingredients to success. 

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Nearly every corner of the African continent is currently engaged in frantic efforts to stem the tide of the deadly Ebola disease that started in Guinea, spreading to Liberia, Sierra Leone, and other parts of West Africa. 

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NAIROBI – Kenya’s ban on imports of genetically modified (GM) crops reflects a troubling trend in a country traditionally seen as an agricultural innovator. 

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A POPULAR characteristic among ladies of the 21st century is solidarity; they take ‘having each other’s backs’ very seriously.

 One way of doing this is by grouping and then regrouping into smaller fractions in the community with the borderlines of these groups drawn by what they have in common. The first qualification to be a member of these groups is, of course, to be a woman.

The approach to have women look out for women to address solutions at some point comes off as extreme feminism.

Feminism could easily be one of the most misinterpreted words in recent times, while most dictionaries describe it as the belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities; some take it to be women competing against men for equality.

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MINICOM ups drive to support Rwandan youth

The Ministry of Trade and Industry, MINICOM, still maintains its drive in supporting helpless Rwandan youth, by helping them create their own jobs. The aim of this programme is to train the youth from poor families, school dropouts and orphans, in vocational trade and also give them start-up kits to help them start practicing the trades in which they were trained.

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