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Enforcement of court judgements low–studyDespite the efforts by the government to strengthen justice sector, enforcement of court judgements is still a problem, according to research conducted by the Legal... Read More
Kwita Izina awareness campaign kicks offAs the annual naming of young gorillas (Kwita Izina), approaches charity activities leading up to the event, slated for next Saturday, have raised its momentum. Read More
MTN Rwanda, the country’s leading Telecom Company, Friday evening launched the first ‘Media Night’ in Rwanda aimed at converging the country’s media fraternity to cordially get to know each other and learn more about the company’s brand.... Full Story
2014 World Cup Qualifiers
Today Rwanda vs Benin 3pm
Mali vs Algeria
Most of the time, when a girl and a boy live together for a long time, there are high chances they’ll definitely get married.
However this is not the case for last year’s Guma Guma winner, Tom Close and his girlfriend, Tricia Ange Niyoncuti, who’d been rumoured to be planning a wedding this year.
“Me and Tricia are very much in love but I think the right time to get married isn’t in the near future. I got a lot of work on my hands right now and I have to give my all as I have to complte my medical studies.
Liberia made history when it elected Africa’s first female president in Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. It was not an easy choice since her opponent was George Weah who had acquired a lot of wealth and popularity especially among the youth thanks to his dazzling football career that saw him once voted as African footballer of the year, World Footballer of the year and European footballer of the year.... Read More »
CAMBRIDGE – When should states intervene militarily to stop atrocities in other countries? The question is an old and well-traveled one. Indeed, it is now visiting Syria.
In 1904, US President Theodore Roosevelt argued that, “there are occasional crimes committed on so vast a scale and of such peculiar horror” that we should intervene by force of arms. A century earlier, in 1821, as Europeans and Americans debated whether to intervene in Greece’s struggle for independence, President John Quincy Adams warned his fellow Americans about “going abroad in search of monsters to destroy.”
A report from the National Public Prosecution Authority (NPPA), shows that a total of 342 civil servants have been prosecuted for causing massive financial losses to the government.... Read More »
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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