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The New Times reporterís eye witness account of the Genocide as a childThe Genocide against the Tutsi did not spare children—who found themselves either as victims or perpetrators. Our reporter Jean de la Croix Tabaro, who was... Read More
Police warns motorcycle taxi operators against overloadingA motorcycle taxi operator was intercepted yesterday at KBC roundabout in Kimihurura carrying over 60 kilogrammes of meat and Police warned that such traffic-related offences... Read More
Uchumi acquires first base in KigaliUchumi Supermarkets chief executive officer, Jonathan Ciano (C) with officials of Champion Investment Corporation (CHIC), tour a business complex on which the Kenyan retailer will... Read More
University students from across the country have been urged to stick to patriotism and denounce negative tendencies being spread by people who want to return the country to the dark past.... Full Story
Gad Musabyemungu, 32 is the first born and the only surviving member of what was a family of six children.
The survivor of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi would rather not tell the story of how his family members were butchered as he watched in Ruhanga village, Rusororo Sector in Gasabo District because of the bad memories.... Read More »
Rayon Sports have staked Rwf100, 000 for each player should they beat AS Kigali in the Easter Turbo King National Football League decisive match at Amahoro stadium today.... Read More »
Being the Easter season, I would love to start by pointing out a few things that restored my hope for humanity around the East African region. As Rwandans were commemorating the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta in his capacity as the chairman of the East African Community offered an apology on behalf of the neighbours for not having done enough to stop the Genocide.... Read More »
This week, hundreds of African media professionals converged in Kigali to tackle a very thorny issue: hate speech.
The programme was part of the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
Nowhere did hate speech cause more harm than in Rwanda before and during the Genocide. It was therefore fitting for delegates to draw lessons from the epicenter where state sponsored-hate was implemented.... Read More »
By Ivan Ngoboka
Belgium has been an active partner in sectors such as health, justice, education and rural development including; agriculture, forestry, energy, water and sanitation since 1962.Since 2000, the Belgian Development Agency (BTC) has executed, on behalf of the Government of Belgium, and the European Union, more than €300 million in Rwanda’s development programmes.... Read More »