North Korea has reopened a vital line of communication with South Korea, raising hopes of a diplomatic thaw days after Kim Jong-un said he would consider sending his country’s athletes to next month’s Winter Olympics, to...
She rocks her baby, rubbing its back as she softly sings a lullaby in the Congolese language of Lingala. Aline Tswala turns to look at the visitor coming her way and signals to me not to...
French judges could soon launch an investigation into genocide crimes committed by Rwandan national Michel Bakuzakundi, who lives and works in French northern city of Le Havre.
East Africans said goodbye to 2017 and welcomed 2018 with merriment and prayer. But the year 2017 was of shocks and surprises within individual partner states, and the East African Community (EAC) level.
At the start of every New Year, people have a lot of expectations for better outcomes across sectors. Education being a pivotal sector in shaping the country’s development agenda requires priority and better strategies and reforms...
MANDERA – Kenyan authorities have beefed up security along Somali border in Mandera County after Somali militants, Al-Shabaab killed five police officers on Tuesday evening.
It will now be easier for the majority of Rwandans to access 4G Long-Tern Evolution (LTE) services after the network coverage was extended to cover most parts of the country.
Rwanda’s mobile telephone penetration rate increased marginally to 75.5 per cent in November from 75.2 per cent, the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA) “Active mobile telephone subscriptions” monthly report for November 2017 shows.
LONDON - Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has said he will continue to rotate his squad ahead of facing Arsenal in the first of three fixtures against their London rivals this month.
LONDON - Manchester City returned to winning ways and restored their Premier League lead to 15 points with an emphatic 3-1 victory over Watford at their Etihad Stadium stronghold on Tuesday.
It was a night of fun and excitement as Tanzanian bongo flavour star Ali Kiba and ‘dancehall queen’ Sheebah Karungi mesmerised revellers at the 10th edition of East African Party held at Amahoro Stadium Parking, Kigali on Monday.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
We are well into the New Year and the old one is firmly behind us, even if it is only three days. It is customary at this time for most people to review the year just ended, in terms of major happenings, and predict what the one that has just...
Effective January 1, 2018, Rwandans that fled the country between 1959 and 1998 lost their refugee status after the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) concluded that the conditions that led to their flight were no longer in place and it was safe for them to return to and...
At the start of every New Year, people have a lot of expectations for better outcomes across sectors. Education being a pivotal sector in shaping the country’s development agenda requires priority and better strategies and reforms to deliver on this noble goal.
The holiday is a few weeks to the close and most students have already started preparing to go back to school for the first term. The new academic year means that most of them will be moving to the next class, depending on the curriculum at their school.
To spread the holiday cheer, Radisson Blu Hotel last week hosted a luncheon for over 120 children from Centre Cyprien et Daphrose Rugamba, Mai Childhood Academy popularly known as ‘Kwa Gisimba’ orphanage and Nyamirambo Women Centre.
The New Year is a great time to reflect on the changes you want to or need to make. As a student look at ways to improve yourself, set goals and work hard towards achieving them.