A week-long medical outreach exercise will see military medics offer specialized treatment to Genocide survivors with different ailments in Ngororero District, according to Rwanda Defence Forces (RDF).
The Chief Prosecutor of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT), Dr Serge Brammertz, has added his voice against early release of persons convicted of participating in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, calling the victims’...
The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Rev Justin Welby, is expected in the country to officiate at the inauguration of a modern cathedral at Gahini Diocese headquarters, in the Eastern Province, due Saturday.
Parliament will summon heads of two ministries to explain poor practices leading to low milk production, and transportation and processing difficulties.
Prosecution has requested the High Court to conduct the trial of 44 alleged Islamic terrorists to be conducted in-camera, citing security concerns.
Ecobank has earmarked $500,000 (about Rwf410 million) to support startups and young innovators across the African continent.
Rwanda’s female rider Jeanne d’ Arc Girubuntu’s attempt to defend her silver medal in the elite women Individual Time Trial (ITT) at the ongoing 2017 African Continental Championships in Luxor, Egypt has just ended rather unceremonious after she finished eighth in the 29kilomtre race.
Mountain Classic Athletics (MCA) fast-rising athlete James Sugira won this year’s national cross country championship that was held at Kicukiro grounds on Wednesday.
Hundreds of people graced the I am Kigali Reloaded festival at Rooftop of Impact Hub in Kiyovu on Monday. The audience was treated to traditional music, hip-hop and spoken word art, blues, jazz, rock fusion and reggae.
Tomorrow, The Ben is set to perform at Fusion Auto Spa in Ggaba, a Kampala suburb. The upcoming gig dubbed, The Ben Life in Kampala, is organised by Pyramid Bar and Restaurant. The Ben will share the stage with Ugandan songstress Sheebah and Kid Ganji from Rwanda.
At the beginning of secondary school, I was having a hard time with mathematics. So I sought the help of my friend Sarah. We talked Maths and ate Maths and breathed Maths together.
RITCO is the latest addition to the country’s inland bus transportation scene. It’s an acronym –the condensed form of the name, Rwanda Interlink Transport Company Limited.
In Rwanda, showbiz life is not as sparkling as what we watch on E entertainment and other international platforms. However, our female local celebrities seem to be enjoying the good life and many young girls look up to them.
39-year-old Germaine Ujeneza is a popular artisan in the Northern Province because of her tremendous skills in using disposable bottles to make curtains, plastic flowers and other decorations. Out of this hand work, she has managed to pay for her husband’s tuition at university for four years and, will soon...
Alluding to his journey to the Presidency of the United States of America, President Barack Obama titled his bestselling autobiography, The Audacity of Hope. Spare a thought then for Philippe Mpayimana who is asking Rwandans to elect him to replace President Paul Kagame.
Everyone – from elected officials and bureaucrats to voters and taxpayers – can learn from the world’s largest charitable foundation about effective development spending. And these lessons are particularly relevant at a time when 56% of Europeans believe their governmentsshould focus solely on domestic issues and let recipient countries deal...
Members from a total of 400 households along with staff and patients of Nyarurama Health Center in Nyarurama village, Ntongwe sector in Ruhango District on Friday 23 were celebrating as they all got connected to the national power grid by the Rwanda Energy Group (REG).
The National Archives holds historical documents of the Rwandan Government (historical, congressional, and other records) on behalf of the Rwandan public so that citizens, public servants, congress, and the courts can obtain the information they need to exercise their rights and responsibilities.
On 22nd February 2018, Ruhunde sector was connected to the national electricity network and for the first time in the sector’s history, 350 households immediately got connected to and started using the grid electricity. Schools, a health center and administrative units including the sector, police office and SACCO offices were also connected.
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies; the man who never reads lives only one,” wrote American novelist George R.R. Martin in his book, A Dance with Dragons. These words echo one of the benefits of adopting a reading culture and why both parents and schools should promote...
Over 100 nursery and primary school teachers from five districts will be using smartphones to supervise, monitor and report activities concerning the progress of earning of children at their respective schools.