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Neutral Force dominates DRC talks in KampalaThe International Conference on the Great Lakes (ICGLR) Heads of State Summit kicked off in Kampala yesterday with the regional leaders discussing the possibility of... Read More
S. Africa cautions Kayumba against political activitiesThe South African government has warned exiled Rwandan dissident, Kayumba Nyamwasa, to stop all “political activities” against the Rwandan government. Read More
Varsity students: Coping with housing shortageNotwithstanding hope for a better future after completion of their studies, most university students in the country claim to endure a lot of suffering that... Read More
New initiative to support foster parentsHomes for Children, a local organisation, working in partnership with the government to integrate children from orphanages into families, has launched an initiative to facilitate... Read More
Two court registrars from Gasabo and Nyarugenge intermediate courts have been arrested over alleged corruption and forgery.... Full Story
With the situation back to relative calm in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the influx of refugees to Rwanda has reduced and business is back to normal in the border town of Rubavu, traders say.... Read More »
Formation of Savings and Credit Cooperatives at sector level has helped more Rwandans to access formal financial services.... Read More »
Rwanda’s Jean Pierre Mvuyekure has stated his readiness to make a memorable Olympic debut at the London Games in the men’s 42km full marathon race scheduled for Sunday.... Read More »
Before I even begin to get to the crux of my column this week, let me first of all acknowledge the hard work of this year’s Rwandan Olympic team.... Read More »
NYAMAGABE/NYARUGURU-Schools across the country closed two weeks ago, marking the beginning of the holidays for students.
According to teachers, it is important for students to stop considering the holidays as a period of, “doing whatever they want”.
Students have been warned against using their vacation in a less productive way. They are advised to concentrate on broadening their knowledge and helping their parents in handling various activities, whether at home or elsewhere.
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 »