President Paul Kagame, in his capacity as Commander in Chief of Rwanda Defence Force (RDF), on Thursday promoted several officers, including generals, to different ranks.
HARARE – Zimbabwe is preparing to repatriate refugees from Rwanda after the United Nations declared their country of origin safe and peaceful.
Efforts to get girls in school, stay in school and perform as good, or even better than their male counterparts seem to be paying off.
The Ministry of Education has sealed an agreement with private Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions under which thousands of students who passed last year’s national O-Level examinations will be enrolled in the schools.
President Paul Kagame on Friday received UN secretary-general envoy and former German president Dr Horst Kohler at Village Urugwiro in Kigali.
Members of the senatorial Standing Committee on Economic Development and Finance have raised concerns that many farmers are hurriedly selling off their harvest instead of saving it with government and privately managed storage facilities for future consumption.
Tea growers in Nyamasheke District will no longer have to worry about where to sell their produce following the opening of multibillion factory in the area.
Rwanda’s inflation rate was recorded at 0.7 per cent year-on-year in December 2017, lower than 7.3 per cent during same period in 2016, on the back of declining vegetable and foodstuff prices.
Rwanda national basketball league title hopefuls, Patriots will be fired up going into the weekend double-header against IPRC- South on Saturday and Rusizi on Sunday, respectively.
After defeating Vision FC 1-0 on Wednesday, unbeaten Sorwathe FC will go into the second division league clash against Aspor on Saturday at Kinihira ground, looking to maintain their winning streak and grip on top spot.
The first ever East African version of Big Brother Africa (BBA), dubbed Godfather East Africa (GFEA), is set to kick off early this year.
For the first time, a film from Rwanda will be screened at this year’s Berlinale International Film Festival, in Germany. Imfura, a co-production by budding local filmmaker, Samuel Ishimwe Karemangingo, was selected to compete with 21 short fiction films from seventeen other countries at this year’s festival, which is scheduled...
She is the reigning Miss Rwanda who will be handing over the crown this year. During her reign she had trips to various countries including Germany and Sweden in a quest to promote ‘Made in products’.
Auditions for this year’s Miss Rwanda beauty pageant open this Saturday in Musanze District, Northern Province.
Technology, as it is commonly said, is a great thing. It has made life better in so many ways and for that we shall be forever grateful but on the other hand, it also continues to be a threat; destroy the one thing that is more important than anything; human...
Honorine Tuyishimire was born with dwarfism. Her childhood was about enduring the agony of being treated as ‘an outcast’ in society.
While the year 2018 is still new and fresh, it is not a bad moment to reflect on our resolutions, big or small, and revise our potential and commitment towards achieving the same.
A 14-tonne consignment of the Quran appeared among a list of items to be auctioned by the Rwanda Revenue Authority.
As we approach the celebration of 2018 World Water Day (March 22nd), WaterAid reflected on its contribution to access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene under its partnership with the Government of Rwanda. WaterAid’s vision is of “a world where everyone has access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene”. The international organisation works in 38 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Pacific Region to transform lives by improving access to safe water, hygiene and sanitation. Globally, since 1981, WaterAid has reached 25 million people with safe water and, since 2004, 24 million people with sanitation.
At a particular point in time, some people have chosen to say that a year has elapsed and a new one has begun.
With only a week or two remaining for schools to open, this period comes with anxiety to both students and parents. However, the situation can be ameliorated if parents, teachers, schools and students start preparing early enough to avoid last minute preparations. Education Times’ Lydia Atieno explores ways on how...
The 14-year-old says when he hatched the idea last year it seemed like a joke and a bit childish. At some point, his parents thought it was wastage of time, but he didn’t give up.
You will need diet coke and mentos for this experiment to work.