Illicit accumulation and trafficking of firearms on the African continent is still a problem despite several approaches initiated to combat the vice, the head of the African Union Commission, Division of Defence and Security, has said.
New strategiesNational targets on the tabs When the Ninth Annual Leadership Retreat kicks off this weekend in Gako, Bugesera District, poverty reduction, improved customer care, energy generation and improved access to healthcare will take centre stage.
War crimes:Mandates to wind up international courtsThe Prosecutor General of Rwanda, Martin Ngoga, yesterday welcomed the UN Security Council’s appointment of experienced senior officials to help finish work of war crimes tribunals for Rwanda and former Yugoslavia when their mandates expire.
Princess Petra Laurentien Brinkhorst of the Netherlands was, yesterday, impressed by Groupe Scolaire de Mayange pupils after a quiz and encouraged them to always strive for excellence.
SPOKESPERSON:The Consultative Forum for Political Parties
The Party for Progress and Concord (PPC) president, Dr Alvera Mukabaramba, was yesterday elected spokesperson of the Consultative Forum for Political Parties (FFPP).
FUNDING:Rwanda looking for US$5 billion
World Bank Country Director, Johannes Zutt, yesterday, announced that the global financial institution will continue working with the government to provide technical and financial support for the development of the energy sector.