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British Devt Secretary visitsBritish Secretary of State for International Development Justine Greening arrives in the country today to assess the impact of the UK’s development assistance to the... Read More
President Paul Kagame yesterday said with the will of the people, no challenge is insurmountable. He was speaking to a section of leaders from Israeli private and public sectors, on the second day of his three-day visit to the country with whom he shared Rwanda's journey of recovery.... Full Story
About $450,000 (Rfw292 million) has been earmarked by the Ministry of Natural Resources and its sister agencies, with the support of development partners to upgrade meteorological and hydrological stations to boost climate data management and service delivery.... Read More »
Coach Andreas Spier will taste his first regional football experience when he guides three-time champions APR against Somalia’s Elman in the opening match of Group A of the 2013 Cecafa Kagame Club Championship this afternoon in Al Fasher, North Darfur, Sudan.... Read More »
Mr. ‘Turn Me On’, Kevin Lyttle will jet into the country tomorrow to grace this year’s Kwita Izina celebration. This will be his maiden visit to Rwanda.... Read More »
You know the saying, ‘when elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers?’ Well, once again, we ‘voiceless’ Africans are being used as pawns in other people’s fight.... Read More »
ERIC Mugabo is a 4-year-old child who should be in a nursery school. His age mate in the neighbourhood wakes up early to prepare for school as Mugabo looks on. Mugabo’s parent has no plan of sending him to Kindergarten. He will start school when he turns 7 as a primary one pupil. Many pupils in Rwanda are joining primary education without going through Nursery education, which experts say is a fundamental foundation in Education.
“He is still a young boy; when he turns seven he will start Primary One,” says Mugabo’s mother when asked why a child who should be in Kindergarten is seated at home.