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KCC moves to streamline city public transport In a bid to ease public transport within the City of Kigali, transport operators have been directed to operate on specific routes. This follows public... Read More
RDF impacting lives in rural communitiesThe Rwanda Defence Forces (RDF) has won accolades for its discipline and selfless contribution to peacekeeping operations globally. But the less talked about side of... Read More
INES graduates 600Musanze–based Ruhengeri Institute of Higher Education (INES), yesterday, held its third graduation ceremony in which 604 students were conferred with degrees and diplomas in various... Read More
Rwanda Biomedical Centre’s Medical Procurement and Distribution Division, which previously operated as an independent parastatal known as Camerwa, was singled out as one of the agencies that incurred massive financial losses – in the recently released 2011/2012 Auditor General’s report.... Full Story
The number of Congolese who have arrived in Rwanda now stands at 17,985, since conflict in eastern Congo began two months ago.... Read More »
THE first batch of athletes that will represent Rwanda left yesterday for London where they will continue preparations for London Olympics Games slated to start on July 27.... Read More »
Has the English language changed these days or does the UN have its own English? In the English I learnt, when you “leak” out some information, it means you give it out clandestinely. A “report” is an account or opinion you give after investigation.... Read More »
Last month, Ladislas Rangera was the lucky winner of a Mitsubishi Lancer that was put up by Skol in its promo dubbed ‘Get Connected with Skol’. Last week we caught up with him to find out how the car he won has changed his life.
Qn: Give us a brief background about your life
My name is Ladislas Rangera and I am 52 years old resident of Kibagabaga in Kigali. I am married to Liberata Mukantaganda and we have four children together.
Qn: Did you have a car before you won this one?
Yes, I had a lorry. Actually, I am a professional lorry driver. My daily work is to ferry sand, stones and bricks to building sites across the country.
The spick-and-span in the City of Kigali has come into being as a result of several deliberate efforts crafted by the policy makers, implemented by the technical staff managing the affairs of the city, with the full embrace and ownership by the Kigali citizenry.... Read More »