How Rwandans ushered in the New Year

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Rwanda ushered in the New Year amidst a spectacular fireworks. In Kigali, fireworks were hit up the skies above city centres, sending partygoers into wild excitement.

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Amavubi off to Tunisia for 2018 CHAN camp

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RWANDA national football team, Amavubi, travelled to Tunisia on Monday afternoon aboard a Qatar Airways flight for a 10-day camp as part of their preparations for Total 2018 African Nations Championship scheduled to begin on January 13 in Morocco.

Azam Rwanda Premier League matches postponed

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Azam Rwanda Premier League has been suspended for more than a month to allow the national football team, Amavubi, to prepare for and subsequently take part in this year’s Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) finals.

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Sauti Sol, Yemi Alade live up to fan expectations in New Year’s show

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Kenyan sensation group Sauti Sol said ahead of their New Year’s show in Kigali, dubbed 'CountDown', that it would be ‘all about fun’ and indeed that is what it turned out to be.

Over 150 register for 2018 Miss Rwanda edition

This year’s Miss Rwanda contest already promises to be competitive with a big number of girls showing interest in taking part in the pre-selection rounds to be held in different parts of the country.

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Mukurarinda on his plans to safeguard Rwandan music

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A lawyer, singer, and songwriter, Alain Mukurarinda does not strike as someone passionate about music especially when he is in court wearing lawyer gowns prosecuting cases.

Kabagira on how she fell in love with journalism and fashion

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26-year-old Christelle Kabagira is a journalist with Rwanda Broadcasting Agency (RBA), presenting 'The Jam', and 'In Style'. Her love for the journalism began at a tender age until she developed love for fashion at a later stage.

The women who made a difference in 2017

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Rwandan women have over the years made progress in various sectors, taking on male-dominated fields with zeal and confidence. As the year comes to an end, Sharon Kantengwa looks at some of the women who made commendable strides in 2017 in no particular order.

KWEZI AND I...Dealing with withdrawal symptoms

Happy Holidays to you all. I can only imagine the exciting get-togethers between you, your friends and your families. That is what Christmas should be about after all. Bonding. Well, I personally didn’t get around to doing that. I worked the whole of Christmas Day and just fell on my...

Reduce food waste and help save the Earth

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Biodiversity loss continues at unprecedented rates; 1000 times faster than it should without anthropogenic activities (Slingenberg et al., 2009). Thus, humanity is causing the sixth mass extinction, the only one caused by humans (Barnosky et al., 2011).

Editorial: Together, Rwandans will achieve their aspirations

The New Year in Rwanda started with a bang. In Kigali, fireworks were launched across the capital as thousands took to the street to welcome 2018.

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Editorial Cartoon

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The long holidays are coming to an end and many people are starting the year flat broke.

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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.

The events, reforms that shaped the education sector in 2017

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The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education”, Martin Luther King once said.

Use this break to set goals for your growth

Often when teachers talk or think about goals, the obvious thing that comes to mind is academic targets or students’ achievement. While this is great because you grow professionally and the satisfaction from student success is simply unmatched, you soon experience teacher burn out if you have no specific dreams...

Kigali Marriott hosts children to Christmas party

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Kigali Marriott Hotel staff last week visited Masaka District Hospital and threw a Christmas party to bring hope to sick children being taken care of at this hospital. The party involved taking photos with Santa Claus, giving gifts to children, dances, and traditional plays, where the Marriott team played with...

Kali the young entrepreneur

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In a small village called Bweje in the country of Jungu, there lived a father and a mother who had two children. The first born was called Kali and the second one Kamu.