• Photo

    PHOTOS & VIDEO: Judicial process is not a ceremony, says Kagame

    President Paul Kagame has urged judicial officers to focus more on the results of their business, as this carries great implications to the people, the economy of the country and its pursuit for transformation.

  • Photo

    Fast-track setting up of national forensic lab, says Prosecution

    The justice sector has made tremendous improvements over the past one year but to reap even more, there is need for government to accelerate the establishment of the National Forensic Laboratory, Prosecutor-General Jean-Bosco Mutangana said Monday.

  • Photo

    University of Rwanda explains tuition hike for science courses

    University of Rwanda last week announced the increase of tuition fees for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) courses, saying this was done to improve quality of education without the institution incurring losses.

  • Photo

    YegoMoto makes travel easier

    It’s 6 o’clock in the morning and I am leaving my home to office, which is only a few kilometres away. As a regular commuter of taxi motors, I hurry to pick the bike, but before...

  • Photo

    How Shirimpumu became a model farmer, thanks to BDF

    Fourteen years ago, he was a well paid worker at Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC) earning a monthly salary of Rwf1 million. Many in his shoes would not even think of giving up such a well paying...

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Collective investment scheme as a strategy for lower cost investments

Collective investment schemes invest in a broad range of securities, sometimes at lower cost due to negotiation skills and size of the investable funds.

Understanding the concept of facilities management

On my first visit to Rwanda about two years ago, I was impressed by what I saw of the City of Kigali considering the sad events of 23 years ago. I observed an infrastructural development programme that has clearly elevated the status of the city and indeed the country.

Advertisement

AS Kigali retains Rwanda Women Football League title

AS Kigali women football club have retained the 2017 National Women Football League title following a resounding 4-0 win over Nyagatare WFC in a Match Day 16 encounter played at FERWAFA pitch on Sunday.

Football star Mutuyimana dies

The Rwandan football fraternity woke up to sad news of the death of Rayon Sports goalkeeper Evaliste Mutuyimana. The former national team (Amavubi) player reportedly collapsed at home this morning and died.

Advertisement

[PHOTOS] My250 concert: Tekno rocks despite late arrival

Photo

One word to describe the My250 Concert at the Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village Sunday night: Splendid. Nigerian hit maker Tekno Miles did not disappoint, as did sponsors Skol Breweries, even after the singer’s late arrival in the country.

Why 'Rwanda Turn Up' tour was a total flop

Photo

THE local entertainment industry is never short of setbacks. Poor planning and lack of sponsorship remains a stumbling block for many event organisers.

I am not controversial, I am just honest – Pastor Mpyisi

Photo

Pastor Ezra Mpyisi is not an ordinary man. At 95, he has made a reputation for himself not only for being the oldest Preacher in the country but also for his brutal honesty. It’s therefore not surprising that I was nervous about meeting and interviewing him on Wednesday.

When was the last time you read a book?

I’ll be honest with yaou. I can’t remember, which is strange because there was a time I couldn’t stop reading and I started at an early age too, thanks to my Mum who nurtured and indulged my love for reading.

How a former street vendor charted a rags to riches journey

Photo

Anastasia Abambuzimana is the true definition of persistence. Neither fate, nor circumstances linked to her humble background, could stop her from achieving her dream.

KWEZI AND I: Celebrating small milestones

If you know me well, then you must know how I believe that I know many things. In fact, I sometimes even secretly think that I know everything, which is why you can understand my surprise when it took a toddler to prove to me that I am delusional.

The paradox of blue and white-collar jobs

Photo

Today I narrate the life-journey of two citizens; a construction worker and a banker. On the one hand is a blue-collar worker in a field that is otherwise reserved for those who seem unambitious in life.

Editorial: Enhance capacity building in the dairy sector

Supermarkets around Kigali no longer stock locally-made dairy products after Rwanda Standards Board (RSB) banned sall of dairy products without a standards mark.

Advertisement

Editorial Cartoon

Photo

Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA) has revised fuel prices upwards.

Advertisement

Kasha launches

Kasha recently held their official launch at Inka Steakhouse, presenting a confidential and convenient way to access health and personal care products for women through technology.

Policy: Should husband and wife teach in the same school?

Photo

At École Privée Marie Auxiliatrice in Kigali, the school has a couple working as teachers, and according to Sister Elizabeth Furaha, the head teacher, the couple is delivering effectively to students and so far they haven’t registered any issues with them.

Circumstances for exemption from criminal liability

Crime is wrong and as such, it is punishable by law. However, there are circumstances under which a person who has committed crime is exempted from punishment. One such circumstance, according to Article 103 of the Penal Code of Rwanda, is when a person commits an offense by force or...

Story Corner: Love and care like Mother Teresa

Photo

From Homes to Sunday schools, children often are reminded and enlightened about a humble woman who was selfless, generous and cared more for the poor and needy than herself. Teachers, pastors and mentors always encourage children to follow her example and practice compassion.

SDG 3: Good health and well-being

Photo

Goal number 3 means making sure everyone is healthy and lives a long life without getting sick. This means we have to get rid of sicknesses like malaria and HIV. It also means we should have good behaviour to stay healthy – like going to the doctor when you’re sick,...