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Rwanda committed to int’l peace, says MushikiwaboRwanda is committed to bringing peace to the world “despite continued attempts from the international community to tarnish its image”, the Minister of Foreign Affairs,... Read More
New findings made public by a French daily newspaper, Libération, shows that the United Nations, had in its archives, documents indicating that former Rwandan Army (ex-FAR) was in possession of Mistral missiles used to shoot down Habyarimana’s plane but kept silent about it.... Full Story
The Pan-African Parliament (PAP) has passed a resolution condemning human rights abuses in Mali, following the recent violent seizure of power and asked the African Court of Human and People’s Rights to tackle the security issue in the northern part of the country.... Read More »
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On May 30, 2007, the Government of Rwanda set up a task force to establish the Workforce Development authority (WDA), as an institutional framework designed to provide a strategic response to the skills development challenges facing the country.... Read More »
People approaching retirement age are likely to get more benefits beyond the usual pension package thanks to an upcoming law that governs the organisation of pension schemes. The bill is currently under consideration in parliament.
Ernest Mwema, 44, is a Civil Engineer and has been working at a Kigali-based construction company for seven years. He says this new draft law couldn’t have come at a better time.
The provisions of this law, once implemented, will help him enjoy a good life when he finally retires, he says.
Launch of the Africa’s Centre for Security Organs’ Coordination of Action to end Violence Against Women and Girls (AFSOCCA-VAWG)
Africa’s Security Organs’ initiative in ending Violence against Women and Girls
Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) is a global phenomenon across societies worldwide. It is a violation of human rights and a major problem as has been confirmed by the UN Secretary General (UN SG).
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