The Government intends to focus more on improving service delivery to boost development in different critical areas starting from the economy, good governance, and justice sectors, officials have said as they shared what transpired at the...
The Government has saved Rwf125 million so far during the 2016/17 financial year following a decision to reduce foreign trips by public servants. The Minister in the Office of the President, Venantie Tugireyezu, revealed this, yesterday,...
LOCAL and international experts have called for more efforts in fighting cardiovascular diseases in Rwanda as well as in other countries. The experts were speaking, yesterday, at a workshop on prevention and control of cardiovascular diseases.
The Rwanda Stock Exchange yesterday joined other exchanges across the world in a gender equality campaign which aims to draw attention to the role businesses and markets can play in closing the gender inequality gap.
A Rwandan man, who lied to gain entry into the U.S. after participating in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, has been handed a 15-year imprisonment by a court in the United States.
Over the last 15 years, mobile phone technology has grown significantly across the world, especially in Africa.
Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) is undertaking country-wide training for new taxpayers, focusing on tax matters, especially the use of electronic billing machines (EBM) in paying Value Added Tax.
The German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development, Gerd Muller, has unveiled German-proposed “Marshall Plan” to address the continent’s economic challenges.
SC Kiyovu and Mukura Victory Sports will each be looking for a win to bag all points when they face-off today in match-day 19 of the national football league at Kigali Stadium in Nyamirambo.
From a child that suffered the scars of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, Charlotte Umugwaneza’s fairytale journey to one of the best women basketballers in the country is a true testimony of the power of sports in giving back the essence of life to even the most vulnerable.
Rwanda’s Miss Heritage 2016, Jane Mutoni emerged first runner up at the annual Miss Heritage Global competition.
It is 8:10am as I set off for a special meeting. Twenty minutes later, I am at my destination in Gikondo, a city suburb. A grey gate opens and I’m ushered in by the gatekeeper.
Poivre Noir does not stand out from the crowd at first appearance. However, the timeless adage, never judge a book by its cover, truly applies here.
At the close of the four-day ONGEA Eastern Africa Music Summit in Nairobi last week, Rwandan disc jockey and events broker Eric Soul had a few sentiments to share with organizers:
RECENTLY, a cross-section of religious leaders convened to chart ways of addressing women reproductive health issues. The focus was on elimination of harmful practices that hinder women’s reproductive health rights.
Dear Doctor, My 3-month-old daughter no longer wants to be breastfed. She doesn’t seem sick and her temperature is normal. Is she just tired of it? Is there any supplement I can give her since she hasn’t started eating?
It is a given that art transcends cultures, and that one of the most popular media it is consumed is the movie, which artfully tells a visual story while conveying emotions, actions and feelings combined with sound or music for dramatic effect.
This year’s National Leadership Retreat (Umwiherero) set a new pace; instead of the usual three-day session, it was stretched to one-day short of a week. It is obvious the agenda was hefty, since the time would be used to chart the country’s course for the next twelve months and beyond.
Officials at the Rwanda Utility Regulatory Agency have warned bus drivers in the capital Kigali against delaying at bus stops saying no public transport vehicles should be waiting for passengers, but rather it should be the other way round. However, drivers are adamant they wouldn’t drive just half-empty buses around as they are paid based on the number of passengers they’ve ferried per day.
AOS management and staff, on Friday gathered at Rukara Genocide Memorial in Kayonza District to pay tribute the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi and handed a cheque of Rwf3.5 million to buy ten cows for ten families of survivors. The staff were briefed about the history of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in former Rukara commune (now Rukara sector) and neighboring areas.
Last Friday, staff of Bolloré transport and logistics company, honored over 25,000 victims of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi resting at Jali genocide memorial site in Nkusi cell, Jali sector in Rulindo district. The company also remembered former employees killed in the genocide.
Action Aid Rwanda Empowering Musanze women, improving food security, enhancing a savings culture and income diversification
For many years, Philomene Nyirajyambere lived a life of isolation, staying at home with little contribution to family development. She says that more often she was in conflict with her spouse over trivial and big domestic issues. She depended on her husband for everything.“I used to stay home and do house-work such as cooking and raising the kids which was not considered as important. Besides, we lived in poverty which also ignited conflicts in the family,” says Nyirajyambere.
The expectation of every teacher is that all their students grasp the concept taught in class; but how can they make sure this is achieved? Education experts say as a teacher, making deliberate and well-thought out strategies on how to ensure all students get what is being taught could play...
Renowned Kenyan scholar, novelist and post-colonial theorist Ngugi wa thiongo , in his famous book, Decolonizing the Mind: the Politics of Language in African Literature, shows that language has a vital role in constructing and forming the national culture, history and identity.