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97 institutions face probe over abuse of public fundsOfficials from 97 public agencies cited in mismanagement or embezzlement of public funds as highlighted in the 2011/2012 Auditor-General’s report may soon face the long... Read More
Kagame in SA to pay last respects to Mandela President Paul Kagame is expected in South Africa today to pay his last respects to departed anti-apartheid icon Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, a week after the... Read More
New WTO trade deal to boost local exportsA trade agreement reached by 159 countries during the World Trade Organisation meeting will not only give Rwanda a strong legal backing in the international... Read More
Residents of Rweru sector, Bugesera District fear possible food shortage as crops wither due to drought. The residents expected good harvest of beans and maize when they planted their seeds in September, but all the crops have withered in the area along the Rwanda-Burundi border.
The mHealth Alliance, an organisation dedicated to advancing the use of mobile technologies to improve health services, has honoured Dr Richard Gakuba with a prestigious award for his role in pioneering e-health in Rwanda.... Read More »
ClOSE to 30 small and medium enterprises countrywide were yesterday advised to practice efficient management in their day to day business activities.... Read More »
KENYA’S Harambee Stars emerged champions of the 2013 GoTv Cecafa Challenge Cup after snatching a 2-0 win over Sudan in yesterday’s final held at Nyayo Stadium in Nairobi.... Read More »
Christmas is upon us, and for those looking for something different, the Red Rocks Campsite and Guesthouse in Musanze is a good bet. This festive season, the campsite, which also doubles as a cultural exchange centre has organised a Christmas and holiday-makers event code-named “Village Christmas Market.”... Read More »
The past few weeks have been rather interesting. I have found myself in debates about two words; ‘technical skills’. It all started when I sought clarification on a bid that we were working on that needed ‘technical skills’. These skills groups were pre-determined. However, given that the assignment involved provision of entrepreneurial training, we chose to be the entrepreneurs that we are and became innovative.... Read More »
ABU DHABI – We have created an online world whose vastness exceeds our comprehension. As a measure of its magnitude, consider this: In 2012, the new Internet address system, IPv6, created more than 340 trillion trillion trillion (3.4 x 1038) addresses – that is, around 4.8 x 1028 addresses for every person on earth. That should be sufficient to service the five billion devices that currently connect to the internet, and the 22 billion devices forecast to be in use by 2020.... Read More »
It’s an issue most men don’t discuss in public. Many will not even allow to be seen seeking family planning services with their spouses hand in hand. But why are men shy when it comes to issues of family planning. Are the men letting the burden of family planning issues to women?
Statistics from the Health Monitoring system, a component of the health ministry that crunches numbers and makes sense of them indicate that as of 2013, 58 per cent of the sexually active population was using various family planning methods.
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 »