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Mitali says national devt is linked to robust cultureSAFEGUARDING culture and investing in creative arts is critical to sustain development, the Minister for Sports and Culture, Protais Mitali has, said. Read More
World Information Society Day: ICT brings a bag of pros and consThe information and telecommunication technology sector is believed to improve business transactions and communication in society, but Rwandans say the new technology tools have been... Read More
It has been said that Africa is the new frontier for business, that it is a continent holding the promise for the global economic turn-around. These are not mere clichés or exaggerated media headlines. They reflect a real, sustained trend of witnessed economic growth.... Full Story
As the 2012-13 fiscal year winds up, officials from Gasabo District, last week, met with different partners to evaluate the achievements for the year and strategise how to achieve what remains ahead of time.... Read More »
For the ninth year in a row Kenyan athletes have showed why they are the best at long distance after dominating the Kigali International Peace Marathon on Sunday.... Read More »
Then, the rulers of Israel would not be planning to build more illegal settlements in the West Bank. They would, instead, consider the plight of Palestinians, dismantle existing illegal settlements and seek to meet their leaders to conduct genuine peace talks that address the concerns of the people of Israel and Palestine.... Read More »
Last Sunday afternoon my coworker and I decided to have brunch at a restaurant in the vicinity of Kisimenti after church. We hopped on a bus from Kacyiru to Kisementi enjoying girl talk and the pleasant weather. My friend suggested that we eat at this particular restaurant because the low prices matched our budgets and for the great food selection.... Read More »
What could be more refreshing on a hot day? A dip in the lake is just the ticket for relief from the heat. Even if the water looks clear, clean and inviting, what you view as a reprieve from intolerable heat may also be viewed as paradise to bacteria and germ population.
Dangers associated with outdoor swimming are not prone to a particular group of community; the rich enjoy their holidays by the lakeside, while the poor who reside by the banks on a lake also enjoy the exquisite moments of swimming.