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    Rhinos back in Rwanda; 10 relocated to Akagera National Park

    Rwanda officially has the big five game animals following the arrival of 10 rhinos from South Africa Tuesday morning. The rhinos arrived at Kigali International Airport at around 3:30am aboard an Etihad Airways Cargo plane.

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    Modern settlements: How far have we gone?

    Works the Government pledged in line with scaling up the construction of model villages in the country before the end of the current financial year are nearly halfway through, with several houses under construction at sites...

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    Labour Day: Murekezi calls for improved service delivery

    Delivering better service at all levels is the only way to improve labour productivity in the country and help citizens graduate from poverty and become self-reliant, Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has said.

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    Health insurance: New guidelines for RAMA card holders spark controversy

    A new directive by the Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) that requires RAMA insurance card holders to only go to private polyclinics or private hospitals on referral, or risk footing a bigger bill, has drawn sharp...

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    Rwandans in Israel commemorate Genocide

    Rwandans and friends of Rwanda in Israel on Saturday marked the 23rd Commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. Under this year’s commemoration themed, 'Remember the Genocide against the Tutsi, Fight Genocide Ideology, Build on...

Masudi returns to Rayon’s dugout

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Rayon Sports head coach Djuma Masudi has returned to the club’s dugout following a one-week suspension and will take charge of today’s league game against Gicumbi FC at Stade de Kigali his afternoon, the club has said.

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Masudi returns to Rayon’s dugout

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Rayon Sports head coach Djuma Masudi has returned to the club’s dugout following a one-week suspension and will take charge of today’s league game against Gicumbi FC at Stade de Kigali his afternoon, the club has said.

APR lose more ground as Rayon take one step closer to Azam Rwanda Premier League title

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Hopes for reigning champions APR FC to retain the Azam Rwanda Premier League title dimmed further following their 1-1 draw against Police FC on Sunday. The result handed Rayon Sports a commanding seven-point lead at the top of the table, the leaders having bagged all three points against Musanze on...

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Children showcase talent at 'Same Voices' art exhibition

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Visual artists Zacharie Niyigena and Jean-Baptiste Rukundo spent the month of February facilitating several workshops on art for disadvantaged children around the country. The workshops and mentorship focused on children from orphanages, those under the care of NGOs, and school-going children.

Local artistes to perform at 'Europe Street Fair'

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The European community in Rwanda will officially celebrate the first ever ‘Europe Day’ in Rwanda through a show dubbed ‘Europe Street Fair’ on May 6 at Amahoro National Stadium parking area.

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VIDEO: Spoken word remembers Genocide victims

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The opening stanza of Sammy Asiimwe’s poem perfectly captures the mood of its title, Ode to Motherland.

My rasta friends

I’m sick and tired of people begging me to write loosely about Rastafarians, so here it is. Rastas rarely ply the same route twice, save for when they’ve got no other option at hand. When a rasta goes to the neighborhood boutique for Ibinyomoro or cucumber, he will return to...

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Banking: Where are the boardroom women?

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By the end of March, all banks in Rwanda had released their financials for the year 2016. In addition to reporting their performance, the banks also disclosed the gender composition of their executive committees as required by Central Bank - the regulator.

Emerusenge on her career as a sign language translator

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As a child, Gisele Emerusenge experienced communication challenges with her friend with hearing impairment. This motivated her to learn sign language interpretation to effectively communicate with her friend and, contribute to the wellbeing of the deaf community.

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Labour Day: Celebrating mindset shift and nation building

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Yesterday was International Labour Day and a public holiday. For most people this last bit is the more significant aspect of the day. It is simply a day off from work when you can pretty much do as you please. You can sleep without feeling guilty about it, and when...

EDITORIAL: New minimum wage needed urgently

Rwanda Workers Trade Union (CESTRAR) has for years been trying to adjust the current minimum wage in vain. It is true that the current minimum wage of Rwf100 per day set in the early '70s is not applicable today and, once again, this was one of the issues highlighted by...

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Trade unions have renewed their demand for the Government to set a new minimum wage matching current economic realities.

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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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New HEC boss speaks out on suspended universities

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In March, the Ministry of Education suspended operations of four universities and some courses in six other institutions over irregularities including inadequate staff and teaching facilities, leaving thousands of students stranded.

Cultivate your teaching with the course syllabus

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Have you ever had a student misunderstand an assignment, express surprise that you had considered attendance important, or want an explanation of how you grade after the final exam has been scored and the semester is over? If, like most teachers, you receive such remarks every semester, you already appreciate...

Skin care: Knowing the right pH balance

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Glowing skin is what everybody wants. Skin that is free from other indications of possible systemic imbalance is considered healthy and attractive. As we get older, disruptive factors such as stress, pollution, or toxins affect our skin, Dr Francoise Gahongayire, a dermatologist at King Faisal Hospital, explains.

How to control diabetes

Diabetes, often referred to by doctors as diabetes mellitus, describes a group of metabolic diseases in which the person has high blood glucose (blood sugar), either because insulin production is inadequate, or because the body’s cells do not respond properly to insulin, or both.