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Fortified food maker to double local sourcing of maize, soya

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Farmers of maize, sorghum and soya need not worry anymore about market for their produce as local fortified foods manufacturer is looking to double local sourcing of raw materials this year to increase production.

Gatsibo’s Sibomana quit a bank job for farming

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Jean-Nepo Sibomana’s early life was characterised by moving from the home of one relative to another having lost all his family members in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

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PHOTOS: Team Rwanda cyclists return to Kigali as champions

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Team Rwanda Cycling was majestically welcomed on Monday night at Kigali International Airport after a stunning performance that saw golden boy Joseph Areruya winning the inaugural Under-23 UCI Tour de l’Espoir on Sunday evening in Yaounde, Cameroon.

Team Rwanda hailed after Cameroon triumph

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RWANDA Cycling Federation (FERWACY) president Aimable Bayingana has lauded the impressive performance of Joseph Areruya and Team Rwanda in general at the just-concluded Under-23 UCI Tour de l’Espoir in Cameroon.

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West African film giants eye Rwandan market

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Local filmmakers are set to benefit from West African film experts who are set to open a regional office in Kigali.

Miss Rwanda 2018: Journey to the boot camp

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The race for the Miss Rwanda 2018 crown continues to get tighter as the number of contestants winds down to 20 from 35 following Saturday’s pre-selection which saw 15 girls dropped.

Tusker Project Fame’s Mbabazi on redefining her music career

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Tusker Project Fame created a good platform for Rwandan contestant Phiona Mbabazi when she was evicted in the first weeks of the show back in 2013.

I worry too much

I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a “worrier” and I feel like the older I’ve gotten, the more cautious I’ve become to the point that I now consider many things life-threatening where most people probably don’t even think twice about doing the same.

KWEZI AND I......: Building and appreciating relationships

I recently had a very strange conversation with someone. Strange is a word that I usually use loosely but in this particular case, the conversation was strange in the true sense of the word.

My family is fighting over my father’s will

My father died recently. I am devastated by his loss, but he had a wonderful, long life. Since he passed, our lives have been turned upside down in a way I never would have anticipated.

Fight between Trump and allies good for Africa

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For about a year now, African countries have had some respite from regular sermons and lectures on democracy, human rights and the friends they keep. This is not because of a flagging of zeal of the preachers, or because their lessons have been well learnt and taken to heart. Nor...

Editorial: Procurement professionals must act within the law

Members of the Association of Procurement Professionals in Rwanda (APPR) have been tipped on professionalism to ensure value for money in public procurement. The call was made during the association’s inaugural annual general assembly on Friday. In the past public procurement was marred by cases of unprofessionalism, ranging from forgery...

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Editorial Cartoon

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Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) recently announced that they were battling rising cases of smuggling among other malpractices with used clothes and alcoholic products being among the most smuggled goods.

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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.

Extra charges in schools; Why gov’t issued new guidelines

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Christine Umumararungu, 17, born in Ngororero District dropped out of school after completing Senior Three. She had been studying for free for the past nine years after explaining to the authorities that she could not afford school fees being an orphan. Unfortunately, the school did not have A-Level, implying that...

Back to school: Early preparation key to academic success

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The beginning of the term is always a sensitive period for schools, especially when it comes to ensuring that teachers and students settle in well and prepare adequately for the entire academic year.

Why children should learn painting

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Primarily, painting is the practice of applying paint, pigment or colour to a solid surface. The medium is commonly applied to the base with a brush, but other tools, such as knives, sponges and airbrushes can be used.

How to make math fun for kids

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Usually, when you ask children their favourite subject, they will most likely mention all the others but mathematics. This is because of the common belief that math is hard. Did you know you can make math an interesting subject? Here is how;