SPONSORED: 2017 International Youth Day - Youth Building Peace

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Today, there are more than 1.8 Billion young people in the world; this is an important demographic the world cannot afford to leave behind. Rather, we need to tap into their energy, creativity and ambitions to help build a better world for them.

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Tz govt repossesses 10 dormant privately-owned industries

DAR ES SALAAM – Tanzania has repossessed of 10 privatised industries after they had been dormant for 20 years.

Franc expected to remain stable for the remaining part of 2017

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the slight depreciation of the Rwandan franc against the US dollar recorded in the past few weeks was “expected and there is no cause for alarm,” according to the Rwanda forex dealers association.

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Youngster Munyaneza leads Team Rwanda in Colorado Classic's stage 2

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Youngster Didier Munyaneza was Team Rwanda's best performer in stage 2 of the ongoing Colorado Classic cycling race in the United States finishing in 42nd place after clocking 3 hours and 29 seconds on Friday evening.

London braced for Bolt and Farah swansongs

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LONDON - It will be the end of an era for athletics on Saturday when Usain Bolt races for the last time in the men's 4x100 metres relay at the World Championships.

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'I am the Future' music contest to unearth Rwanda’s new talent

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David Tuyishimire, also known as producer David, is a local music producer and CEO of Future Records. He is the brains behind ‘I am the Future’, a countrywide music competition and Miracle Transporters are the co-organisers of the competition that will see the winner bag Rwf15million and the second runner-up...

DJ Spin nominated for Sauti Awards 2017

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DJ Spin has been nominated for this year’s Sauti Awards under the DJ of the Year East Africa category.

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Tracing the evolution of Umuganura

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It was a day of feasting, and thanks giving not only for the good harvest, but also for all the good things in life. This is how national harvest day (Umuganura) was marked back in the day.

Munyeshuri: An actor, photographer and author

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As a freelance artist, Munyeshuri Innocent is known to many for his stage appearances in local theater productions, as well his penchant for the camera. As a freelance photographer, his work revolves as much around the theater stage as his acting.

Acts 4 Rwanda: Giving hope to vulnerable women and children

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A few years ago, 40-year-old Renatha Vuguziga found herself in a thorny situation. The mother of four was away in hospital with her sick daughter, and when she returned, her husband had disappeared after emptying the house and selling off family land.

Eat smart for a healthier brain

There’s no denying that as we age chronologically, our body ages right along with us. But research is showing that you can increase your chances of maintaining a healthy brain well into your old age if you add these “smart” foods to your daily eating regimen..

Youth: the vanguard for peace and stability in Africa

One common feature of the youth, irrespective of which continent they belong, is the level of energy and optimism that results in the courage and strength to take action.

Kenyarwandans: More alike than we are different

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Rwanda and Kenya elections having been so close in terms of timing makes it amenable for some of the obvious comparisons.

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Editorial Cartoon

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Promises by the Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) to increase pension benefits for retirees remain unfulfilled months later, Rwanda Pensioners’ Association (ARR) has said.

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HQ Power and Shapoorji Pallonji congratulate President Kagame

Our warm congratulations on your victory and our best wishes for your success as you prepare to take up again the responsibilities and challenges of your high office.

Rev Dr Rick Warren congratulates H.E Paul Kagame on his Inauguration

Rev Dr Rick and Kay Warren, the entire Saddleback Church Family and the Global Purpose Driven/PEACE Coalition congratulate H.E Paul Kagame on his inauguration.

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Smart classes: How prepared are schools?

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Learners across Rwanda will soon start benefiting from a new system of teaching that emphasizes the use of information and communication technology, thanks to a three-year project to transform education which the Government of Rwanda has undertaken with Microsoft.

First complete your current course

Scholarships are merit-based aid based on one’s talents or academic achievements. Finding one may seem quite challenging especially with the cut-throat competition for the few available offers. However, if you’re given a scholarship offer and you feel you cannot take it because you’re currently running another course is a question...

Divine justice: The Stubborn Hunter

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Once upon a time, there was a forest. That forest contained many animals. There lived a hunter. He loved hunting rabbits, because he loved the rabbit meat.

Improve your knowledge with interesting facts

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Chameleon Tongue Did you know the animal whose length of the tongue is double the length of its body? The Chameleon