The first Made-in-Rwanda car by German carmaker Volkswagen could hit the roads in May this year, according to the firm’s officials. This follows an announcement by the firm that they are in the process of setting...
The Government of Rwanda, together with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) with support from the Republic of Korea, yesterday, launched a web-based Centre of Excellence to share knowledge relevant to the promotion and achievement of...
The envisaged Standard Gauge Railway that will link the Tanzanian port of Dar es Salaam and Kigali is a game changer, the state minister for transport has said.
King Faisal Hospital, Kigali has deployed artificial intelligence in its emergency department to improve patient care through reducing the time taken in diagnosing patients.
Tour du Rwanda champion Joseph Areruya yesterday won the fourth stage of La Tropicale Amissa Bongo of Gabon, arguably Africa’s leading cycling race. The Rwandan clocked 4h25 minutes and 10 seconds over 182.5km.
Remains of the Rwandan doctor who was recently found dead in South Africa are expected to be repatriated for burial in Rwanda on Saturday.
Plan by RwandAir to start flights to Guangzhou, China mid-this year will facilitate trade and boost tourism, government and private sector officials have said.
KCB Bank Rwanda has pledged to bring to the market more digital products to help deepen financial inclusion and boost cashless economy.
Rwanda will be seeking for nothing less than win when they take on Equatorial Guinea in the second game of Group C to boost their chances of qualifying to the quarter final of the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Morocco.
Following a goalless draw with Nigeria in the opening Group C match at the ongoing 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) in Morocco, ex-Rwanda internationals have tipped the Amavubi to shine in the remaining games.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? There’s always something going on in Kigali. Check out our guide for things to do this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Many know him for his skill at tattoo art, but Henry Peter refuses to be boxed into the description. Instead, he considers himself a versatile and multi-disciplinary artist: “I’m a guy who likes to try new things so I do painting, tattoos, graffiti ! any art form I always give...
The media described her as the most stunning ‘best man’ ever. Dressed in a navy blue suit and white shirt, Ayobowale Ilesanmi looked superb serving as the best man at her twin brother’s wedding.
Although it’s traditional for the bridal party to consist of the bride’s best gal pals and the groom’s best male mates, some couples opt to include close friends of the opposite sex.
As a child, 27-year-old Priscilla Ruzibuka looked up to the housemaid at their family home. Not that being a housemaid was a big achievement, but the love, passion and optimism that the maid exuded was what Ruzibuka admired.
Laura Isimbi Karengera describes makeup as “an art form like any other”. “It’s very competitive but very rewarding. Some do wear makeup just because they love it and some because they need it to feel more comfortable in their skin. It can be therapeutic for some too. It’s an expression...
One of the major news in the Rwanda transport sector this week has been the announcement of the scheduled start of the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway to Kigali from the Tanzanian port city of Dar es Salaam this year.
A visit to any bonded warehouse will be met by rows of second-hand cars, a feature that is common with many African countries. New cars are a rarity on our streets apart from government vehicles, or those owned by corporate or foreign organizations.
City of Kigali authorities plan to meet home owners in Kigali’s largest unplanned settlement – in the Kangondo I and Kangondo II zones of Nyarutarama – next Tuesday to chart the way forward regarding their relocation and redevelopment of the area. One of the outstanding issues the homeowners in the area want resolved is their demand for money in compensation, instead of each receiving a house in a new neighbourhood in Kigali.
The Primary Leaving Examination and O-Level results released last week indicated that, generally, most candidates performed well. And is the practice, people tend to encourage, praise and give all manner of tribute to the star performers.
Last Friday, 350 Congolese refugee students in Rwanda completed a six-week vocational training in permaculture, plumbing, electrical installation and hair dressing at Gitwe Adventist School, Ruhango District in Southern Province.
Divyanshi Upadhyay is a primary six pupil of Excella School in Kimironko, Gasabo District who has made a name for herself thanks to her passion for music. The 11-year-old started writing songs from the age of five.
Q. What goes up a chimney down, but doesn’t go down a chimney up? A. An umbrella.