President Paul Kagame has said that his margin of victory in the 2017 presidential polls by over 98 per cent can be explained as part of the unique characteristics about Rwanda as well as the will...
Rwanda youths have been called upon to make their country’s peace building process their own. The call was made during celebrations to mark the International Youth Day in Kigali during a youth dialogue meeting organized by...
Traditional healers grouped under AGA Rwanda Network, an association of traditional healers in the country, are seeking Rwf416 million to implement a project that intends to restore endangered medicinal plants in the country.
Research and technologies to address issues of crop and livestock diseases, climate change effects, lack of quality seeds, all of which adversely affect farm productivity, should be prioritized, agriculture stakeholders have said.
Charles 'Bien-Aime' Kamana Kalisa is an eccentric man who is reluctant to wear the 'artist' label. When asked what he does for a living the 63-year-old responds: 'I’m just a businessman and sometimes I try music.'
Every August 15, the Catholic Church celebrates Assumption Day, a day on which the Catholic faithful mark the ascension to heaven of the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ.
DAR ES SALAAM – Tanzania has repossessed of 10 privatised industries after they had been dormant for 20 years.
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.
Fast-rising youngster Didier Munyaneza put yet another impressive displayed to finish 25th in stage 3 on Saturday evening at the ongoing Colorado Classic cycling race in the United States.
Rwanda will need to be at their best in the second leg of the 2018 CHAN qualifiers next week after losing the first leg 3-0 to Uganda Cranes at Mary’s Kitende Stadium in Kampala yesterday.
Empra Jahboy (real names Bonny Gakunde) believes he was born a musician. However it wasn’t until 2011, while in high school that he came to that realization and he has never looked back.
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...