REBEL:Lt. Col. Idrissa Muradadi cornered
A senior commander of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) militia, Lt. Col. Idrissa Muradadi, has surrendered in the face of a military offensive by the Congolese army and UN forces.
PARTNERSHIP:Private sector development in Africa
As the Rwandan parliament today hosts a high level meeting aimed at discussing private sector development in Africa, members of the business community commended the ongoing doing business reforms.
The embattled leader of FDU-Inkingi, Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza was yesterday pinned on her earlier connections with one of her co-accused Maj. Vital Uwumuremyi, despite her denying any alliances with the four men she is charged with.
MERIT:Why fairplay must reign
Lawmakers on Monday evening told officials of the Public Service Commission (PSC) that more efforts were required in ensuring fairness in the public service, especially in recruitment processes.
A group of experts from the East African Community (EAC) member states were, yesterday, in the country to assess Rwanda’s ability to host the bloc’s referral forensic centre, a move aimed at addressing the region’s criminal investigations challenges.