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Kagame on Nelson Mandela: a politician capable of the remarkableFew were less comfortable with the prospect of sainthood than Nelson Mandela himself. “One issue that deeply worried me in prison,” he wrote in Conversations... Read More
Landmark Kigali Heights complex to boost economyThe construction of $34-million (about Rwf23 billion) master piece complex has been launched with expectation to help change the face of the City of Kigali... Read More
Fresh boost for TVET, decentralisationRwanda and Germany yesterday signed two financing project agreements worth Rwf9.8 billion for Technical and Vocational Education Training and decentralisation. Read More
As Rwandans meet at the 11th National Dialogue Council, better known as Umushyikirano, today, The New Times’ Eugene Kwibuka asked people of different backgrounds to say what they would like to see addressed at the conclusion of the meeting.... Full Story
A regional course on Maritime Search and Rescue conducted at the Rwanda Peace Academy ends today after a weeklong training on how to respond to emergencies at sea.... Read More »
Nelson Mandela’s death is a big blow to the South African sports fraternity. He leaves an indelible mark on the face of South African sports, especially his role in ‘bringing’ the 2010 World Cup to South Africa.... Read More »
Most bachelors are wary of getting married out of fear that it will make them miserable and get in the way of their ambitions. But going by Tom Close’s experience, it should make you a better person and give you something to live for.... Read More »
As we move closer to the end of the year 2013, business firms are looking forward to entering 2014 on a high. From the festive season’s perspective, one of the good things to share is your company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) related activities both this year and the upcoming one.... Read More »
We are exactly 25 days away from 2014. Christmas and New Year fever is already being felt around Kigali. Come next year and we will be six years shy of 2020; the year to watch – at least as far as Rwanda’s development aspirations are concerned.... Read More »
I went to school with a boy named Peris. It was a girlish name and boys being boys, we took every available opportunity to remind him it was girlish.
Peris in turn took it upon himself to stand up for his name, after classes before our parents picked us up, there would be a fight behind the classrooms and he would face it out with whoever had insulted him most that day. At times he won, at times he lost. Good thing though is that no one died.
By Thomas Kagera
Special Economic Zone, a geographically specified and physically secured area administered by a single body, offering certain incentives including more liberal and simplified economic regulations for businesses to physically locate and operate within it.... Read More »