Rwanda will staring March 20, host a continental military command exercise dubbed “Utulivu Africa III” that is aimed at readying African states for immediate intervention in case of a crisis.
Rwanda Utility Regulatory Authority (RURA) is set to issue Driver Vocational Cards, which is designed to keep track of the conduct of public transport drivers.
The Ministry of Health has graduated up to 211 home-based care practitioners that have been trained to give palliative care to non-communicable diseases patients, carry out tests, and deal with malnutrition, among other activities.
Craft-makers have been urged to be innovative to be competitive in the region.
The cost of road construction in the Eastern Province could soon reduce thanks to the new stone and sand plant in Rwamagana District, Eastern Province.
Rwanda signed a trade facilitation agreement with the DR Congo over a year ago that sought to improve trade between the two countries. The deal, signed by trade ministries of both countries was also geared at supporting people involved in cross-border trade around border areas in Rubavu District.
The woes of traders in Gisenyi Market, Rubavu District could soon be history thanks to plans to complete works on a modern structure whose construction stalled in 2014 following a tender dispute.
Gor Mahia head coach Jose Fereira Marcelo has praised the performance of Amavubi international midfielder Jean Baptiste ‘Migi’ Mugiraneza after the midfielder opened his league goal account on Sunday as well guiding his side to the opening league victory.
The national basketball team has got off to a flying start at this year’s FIBA-Africa Zone V championships in Cairo, Egypt.
It was shortly past 11p.m, when Lillian Mbabazi stepped on stage for her Be Bold For Change live concert at The Ranch Lounge in Kibagabaga, on Saturday night.
It was a full house during the Ibihimbano by’Umwuka concert held at Four Square Church on Sunday.
Visual artist Willy Karekezi is just back from his longest professional stint abroad. And it was work, work and more work for the 24- year-old. He left for Austria at the beginning of December last year, and returned to Rwanda on March 1.
Born in Mexico, Eduardo Frausto Cornish is currently serving as the executive chef at the Kigali Marriott Hotel. His passion and experience in cooking dates way back to when he was a little boy working in different cultural settings.
Women empowerment isn’t solely the responsibility of only females. The gender equality equation is incomplete without men. The adage ‘to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes’ makes so much sense in this aspect. For a man to appreciate women empowerment; you must walk in the shoes of a woman.
Despite the voices of skepticism, she believed in her instinct. She set up a book store despite the talk that it would not survive its first birthday in a country with a poor reading culture.
FIFA President Infantino Gianni has just toured Africa, exactly a year after his own election and meant to show how the African football is closer to his heart.
My coach likes to say that, “everything worthwhile is uphill”. Nothing could be truer than this, “being a successful leader is an uphill journey”.
The service sector currently contributes 48% to national development which compares significantly against other sectors.The Second Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS 2) has set citizens satisfaction towards quality of services rendered to them at 85 % by 2018.However, the service delivery still lags behind all government indicators according to the Rwanda Governance Scoreboard 2016, scoring 72.93%.
Parents have a major influence on a child’s achievement, more importantly in the field of education. Experts say the absence of a parent in a child’s academic guidance makes them insecure, which affects their well-being in general.
Last month, the Ministry of Education released the 2016 A-level examination results. The general pass rate was registered at 89.5 per cent, a 0.3 per cent improvement from the 2015 performance.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently launched a campaign dubbed ‘BreatheLife’ to make people more aware about the fact that air pollution – which it calls the invisible killer – is a major health and climate risk.
The thought of exercising when a woman is expecting can be scary as some people think it poses a danger for both the mother and the baby’s health. This is however not necessarily true because medics actually advise expecting mothers to carry out physical exercises.