As nations yesterday marked the World Population Day, it was observed that Rwandans have increasingly embraced family planning after realising its implication on the economy.

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Nine local media projects have won funding worth Rwf109m in the first round of Rwanda Creative Hub’s competition sponsored by the Netherlands embassy in Rwanda. The nine were picked from over 82 projects that entered the competition.

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DJ Africano (real name Jean Ndizihiwe) started spinning discs while still a high school student at Groupe Scolaire De Nyundo.

Today, he is a professional DJ with his own label, Africanomania Ltd, a company he set up upon his return from South Africa, where he lived for eight years. The New Times' Sarah Kwihangana caught up with him for a few questions.

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is easy to attack. Why would one like the people who hold capital and have requirements to release it to countries desperately in need? But perhaps countries should be very grateful that it exists at all.

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Children are known to be most gullible to diseases, as their immunity is only on a growing path and many a time, medical prescriptions are needed to either reinforce their defence, or help minimise the damage by diseases once they fall ill.

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The film industry in Rwanda has had its fair share of challenges but it has steadily grown into a viable venture. With the growth of the film industry, the number of actors has gone up.

From internationally acclaimed movies like Sometimes in April to local productions like Rwamasibo, Rwandan actors are without a doubt determined to make their mark in an industry not so many people believe in.

Timothy Bamwita and Dean Karemera take a look at some of the promising talent in Hillywood.

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