Senate yesterday voted in favour of ratification of extradition treaties between Rwanda and three African countries, namely; Ethiopia, Malawi and Zambia.
In what has been described as a milestone, officials yesterday broke ground to kick-start the construction works for Nyarugenge District Hospital.
The government remains committed to improving infrastructure for schools to ensure that students are in a better environment and get quality education that would drive the country towards knowledge based economy. The assurance was given on...
Every year, Rwanda marks important dates of significance in the struggle for the liberation of the nation. One date however passes unnoticed by most, perhaps because its greatest importance lies in what could have been, rather...
Thursday night was a special moment for the Chinese diplomats in Rwanda and friends of China.
Five local horticulture produce-exporting companies are participating in the ongoing Fruit Logistica expo in Berlin, Germany as part of efforts to explore new markets in Europe to boost Rwanda’s export volumes and foreign exchange receipts.
The business community has been urged to study and understand the new income tax law to be able to fully-benefit from it when it is implemented.
Rayon Sports head coach Olivier Karekezi has set a target of making a ‘bright start’ against Burundi’s Lydia Ludic Académic in the first leg of the preliminary round of the 2018 CAF Champions League at Amahoro Stadium, today.
The National Rugby Federation has to date failed to put in place players’ status and transfer rules.
Rwandan visual artists have a reason to smile, as the regional arts market- East Africa Art Biennale, comes to Kigali for the first time.
SEVERAL artistes are set to perform at the 6th edition of Isaano Arts Festival, an annual pan-African festival that seeks to celebrate and amplify African music from across the continent.
That time of the year when many people around the world get ‘lovey dovey’ is upon us. Valentine’s Day, also called Saint Valentine’s Day, is celebrated annually on February 14. Known as the day to celebrate love, many people use the opportunity to display their affection for one another.
Forget expensive dates and romantic getaways, everyone knows the only way to really celebrate Valentine’s Day is with a good movie. Whether you’re cuddling up indoors, or stepping out to the pictures, nothing beats the simple joy of relaxing with a film on February 14. Plus, there’s popcorn. Here are...
Despite global efforts to empower women and girls to embrace sciences, many still shy away from the field which is a male domain.
If you must know, it takes more than one person to look after two toddlers. You basically have to keep alert and you cannot afford to let any of them out of your sight, unless of course you are courting problems.
Anyone who has experienced the thrill of the Kwita Izina ceremony will understand the special place the mountain gorilla has in Rwanda.
In late January, the French paper Le Monde reported that China had been secretly transferring data from the headquarters of the African Union (AU), a building it has built and financed as a gift to African nations, to a server in Shanghai.
A teacher is like a candle – it consumes itself to light the way for others, once stated Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, a revolutionary and founder of the Republic of Turkey.
Parents in Kasebigege village in Nyamata sector, Bugesera District, have welcomed the newly-constructed nursery block saying it will help their kids attend pre-primary school near their homes.
As early as P.3, Shema Kelly Kayumba started drawing because he wished to be a great artist. He says he took the initial lessons on how to draw from YouTube, and since, his drawing skills have improved tremendously.
Many children look at being a school prefect as a difficult task. However, personally I look at it as an opportunity to grow and gain several skills while still at school, and yes, it’s simple and fun doing.