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East African nations pledge 5,000-strong standby forceFour East African Community (EAC) member states Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda, as well as their northern neighbour Ethiopia, have committed nearly the entire 5,... Read More
University of Rwanda: The journey to a world class institutionOn the fourth day of a week-long marathon of graduation ceremonies at the University of Rwanda, the institutions mission was emphasised. The year-old institution works... Read More
Government pledges support to agriculture graduatesGovernment is committed to supporting agriculture graduates to foster agricultural development in the country, Tony Nsanganira, the Minister of State for Agriculture has said. Read More
Local leaders in Nyabihu and Musanze districts have rolled out a new environmental protection project in a bid to mitigate the effects of climate change.... Full Story
The Minister for Local Government yesterday challenged security personnel to serve with maximum discipline to maintain public trust.... Read More »
A group of local business people will this weekend visit Gebze in Turkey on a week-long business and networking tour.... Read More »
APR Football Club will need to beat El Mereikh in Sunday’s final at Amahoro national stadium to lift their fourth Cecafa Kagame Cup title.... Read More »
Their style and demeanor gives off an allure of a group that is talented and very ambitious to conquer the music industry in Rwanda.
TBB is made up of radio presenter MC Tino, Bob and Benja.Together they form TBB, with each letter being an initial of each of their first name.
In an interview with The New Times’ Richard Mugarura, MC Tino, the group’s spokesperson talked about their future plans, challenges and how they get along as a group.... Read More »
It is inconceivable the amount of news the world can generate in just one week. There is simply a lot happening in the world that keeping tabs with what is happening around the world is now considered as an art.... Read More »
BERLIN – Three distinct timelines are shaping developments in the Middle East: the short-term timeline of daily struggles and politics; the medium-term timeline of geopolitical shifts, which is measured in decades; and the long-term timeline of sociocultural transformation, or what the historian Fernand Braudel called the longue durée. Understanding each is essential to craft an effective strategy in the region.
Most young girls want to live a comfortable life, have a well-to-do boyfriend and pretty much anything they desire. Well, that’s a dream mostly, and if there’s a girl out there living such a life, she is either lucky or was born with a silver spoon in her mouth. So, what happens to the less fortunate, the ones that can’t afford such a lifestyle? That is how the sugar daddy comes in.
While cross-generational sexual relationships have been in existence in the history of mankind, their extent with respect to sexual behaviours associated with the ‘sugar daddy’ or ‘sugar mummy’ practice has grown into a material generating industry for young girls and a sexual exploitation game for older men.
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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.... Read More »