The Aviation Africa 2017 forum opened this morning at the Kigali convention Centre attracting over 500 delegates who will be deliberating on challenges, trends and opportunities within the African aviation industry.
Rwanda National Police (RNP), yesterday, received two fugitives at Gatuna border post, who had escaped prison and fled to Uganda.
Shri Hamid Ansari, the vice-president of India, has urged Rwandan youth to have “wisdom” and resist limitations if they are to shape their own future.
Members of Parliament have approved the relevance of the Bill establishing the levy on imported goods for the financing of African Union (AU) operations.
Counter-terrorism experts from police institutions in the region and international security organisations are meeting in Kigali for a two-day workshop to deliberate on various strategies against the major security threat of the 21st century.
The Rwandan legislature is set to kick off search for representatives to the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA), The New Times understands.
Government and I&M Bank have agreed to extend the deadline on sale of government shares to March 10.
There was an increase in the quantity of green coffee produced in the country last year. This is contained in figures on coffee production released by the National Agriculture Export Board (NAEB), yesterday.
The Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) and German Football Association (DFB) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Johannesburg, South Africa that seeks to jointly improve administration, and development of football in Rwanda.
It promises to be an epic evening of fireworks when basketball league powerhouses Espoir and Rwanda Energy Group lock horns today at Amahoro indoor stadium.
It was a show of love for music and culture as hundreds graced The Red Rocks Cultural Talent Show which ended on Tuesday in Musanze District.
Ugandan singer Ykee Benda is set to rock Kigali at the annual Nyama Choma festival. The festival is scheduled to take place on March 4 at La Palisse Hotel, Nyandungu. This will be the first time that the Munakampala star will be performing in Kigali.
Reggae-Dancehall Vaga Style” is how Vaga Vybz describes his music. After experimenting with virtually all musical genres in his formative years, the singer eventually settled for a fusion of Reggae and Dancehall.
25-year-old Ange K Umulisa, is a former TV host and emcee, who has worked for several government and public companies. She is also wife to musician DJ Pius and together they have a two year old son. She had a chat with Sunday Magazine’s Sharon Kantengwa on her career journey...
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...
In a few months (May, to be precise) it will be twelve years since my maternal grandmother passed on. Madame Appolonia did not have a great deal of formal education; be that as it may, she was disarmingly wise as only people who have lived eventful lives can be.
The Indian Vice President, Hamid Ansari, has just wound up a three-day official visit to the country as part of a two-leg African tour. As the highest Indian Government official to visit Rwanda, it is an indication of the strengthening ties between the two countries.
As we approach the celebration of 2018 World Water Day (March 22nd), WaterAid reflected on its contribution to access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene under its partnership with the Government of Rwanda. WaterAid’s vision is of “a world where everyone has access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene”. The international organisation works in 38 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Pacific Region to transform lives by improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation. Globally, since 1981, WaterAid has reached 25 million people with safe water and, since 2004, 24 million people with sanitation.
According to the 2016 A-Level examination results released by the Education ministry last week, the general pass rate was registered at 89.5 per cent, a 0.3 per cent improvement from the 2015 performance.
A total of 42 teen mothers last week completed a four-month intensive training in vocational skills. The teen mothers, all of them from Musanze District, Northern Province, acquired the training under the Miss Sharifa Umuhoza initiative.