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Tigo signs deal to provide ICT solutions at Kigali Convention Centre, Radisson Blu

Tigo Rwanda has signed a two-year deal with Kigali Convention Centre and Radisson Blu Hotel Kigali in which the telecom firm will provide various ICT solutions to the conference venue, the largest in the country.

‘Smart Rwanda’ initiative gets a boost from JICA

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The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has pledged more support to Rwanda’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector as the country moves toward a digital economy.

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How Niringiyimana became Rwanda's top Para Taekwondo athlete

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In 2005, the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) formed the Para-Taekwondo Committee in an effort to develop and promote taekwondo among athletes with physical disabilities.

Peace Cup is our only hope, says APR coach

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With their archrivals Rayon Sports poised to win the league title, APR FC coach Jimmy Mulisa has admitted that the Peace Cup presents the best chance for his team to end the season with some silverware.

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Pianist Assoulen thrills Kigali with 'Perfumed concert'

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It was nothing like Kigali had ever witnessed before. French Jazz composer and pianist Laurent Assoulen’s Sentire concert at the Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) auditorium in Kimihurura on Thursday night had another name –the “perfumed concert.”

Urban Boyz release new video

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The Urban Boyz have continued their roll on the local music scene, with the release of their brand new video ‘Nipe’ featuring Ugandan artiste YKee Benda.

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The roses and thorns in Rwanda’s budding poetry industry

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There is a poet in every one! The poetic instincts manifest in every one at some point in life. It could be that love poem you received or sent a loved one.

Mother’s Day: What values did you pick from mum?

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They say there’s nothing like a mother’s love. It knows no law, no grudge; it can even crush down remorselessly anything that stands in its path. A mother loves fiercely and worries only about bringing up her children

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[VIDEO]: Meet Dr Mukarwego, a lecturer with a vision beyond her visual impairment

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It was the first time I was meeting her. From a distance she cut a posture of an amiable personality. Within minutes of talking to her, it felt like I was talking to someone I had known for years.

Why won’t my stitches heal?

Dear Doctor, I gave birth a little over a month ago but the stitches still hurt terribly. I was advised by the nurses to only use water when washing myself but a cousin who has had three natural births tells me to add a little salt in the water. Would...

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Security and stability in Somalia

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It’s never a good sign when the recommended mode of transport through a national capital is by armoured convoy.

Is Germany unbalanced or unhinged?

HAMBURG – For US President Donald Trump, the measure of a country’s economic strength is its current-account balance – its exports of goods and services minus its imports. This idea is of course the worst kind of economic nonsense. It underpins the doctrine known as mercantilism, which comprises a hoary...

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Editorial cartoon

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The internet is a resourceful tool that can improve and transform Africa’s education sector and contribute to economic transformation of African nations, a new study by the Internet Society indicates.

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Upholding Road Safety Practices

As Rwanda National Police marks its 17th anniversary under the flagship of the annual “Police Week”, its Traffic and Road Safety Department has dedicated time during the month-long community development and human security activities, to roll out road safety awareness programmes to all road users; motorists, cyclists and pedestrians.

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Why the curriculum should relate to life outside the class

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One question many students pose today is how relevant what they are studying is to the realities outside classroom.

Why schools should embrace play-based teaching approach

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Osama Ukwishatse, a Primary Five pupil at Remera Catholique II in Kigali says he finds the traditional system of learning exclusively on the chalk board hectic and boring. He thinks that interactive play-based learning is more enriching and produces better results.

Dos and don’ts in burns and scalds treatment

According to the World Health Organisation over 96 per cent of fatal fire-related burns occur in low- and middle-income countries. In addition to those who die, millions more are left with lifelong disabilities often with resulting stigma and rejection.

The fascinating health benefits of tree tomatoes

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Tamarillo or tree tomatoes, locally known as ‘ibinyomoro’ are fruits loved by people of all age groups. And while it is common to spot different types of juices in many restaurants, one can rarely miss a glass of ibinyomoro juice.