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PSF, Zimbabwe chamber of commerce to strengthen ties

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Zimbabwean firms have expressed interest in investing in Rwanda’s mining, agriculture, manufacturing and textile sectors. The investors, who are in the country to explore investment opportunities in various sectors, said they were attracted to the country because of its conducive business climate and supportive laws.

Private sector urged to invest in public transport

The private sector should take advantage of the improved and expanded roads in the city to invest in the public transport industry, officials at the City of Kigali have said.

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Espoir upset Patriots in Heroes’ Day tourney

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ESPOIR basketball club stunned pre-tournament favourites Patriots 67-58 in the opening game of this year’s Heroes’ Day basketball tournament on Saturday night at Amahoro Indoor Stadium.

500 athletes set for Kigali Half Marathon

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Up to 500 athletics are expected to take part in the first edition of the Kigali Half Marathon, which is scheduled for Sunday morning.

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Seven selected to represent Kigali at Miss Rwanda 2018

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Auditions for Miss Rwanda 2018 climaxed Saturday evening at the Hilltop Hotel in Remera, with seven girls chosen to represent the City of Kigali. The auditions brought to a close a countrywide search that saw the Miss Rwanda team traverse all four Provinces of the country.

Ntamukunzi uses music to convince exiles to return

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A former rebel in the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR), Theogene Ntamukunzi, has for the last 22 years used music to persuade Rwandans in exile to return home.

Rabat: A city of great architecture, cuisine and music

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Having been born and raised in Rwanda, I had always wondered why people in countries like Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt were called Africans yet they had a different skin colour to other Africans.

Models in Rwanda don’t get value for money – Mugisha

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Gigi, real name, Patrick Mugisha, is a fashion and Commercial Model, since 2012 and is still blossoming. He has featured in some music videos like 'Give me love', 'Ni Uwanjye', 'Si-we'. Sunday Magazine’s Sharon Kantengwa, had a chat with the 25-year-old model, about breaking into the modelling industry.

Gahaya Links: Weaving a better future for vulnerable women

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When I met Prisca Nabayo, my first impression of her was that she is a calm and collected woman. Across the room, she sat alone immersed in her work, knitting jewellery.This is her life, and as I came to learn later, her passion too.

Progressing by merit, not favour

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‘Can we compete without conflicting?’, was the closing question by Dr. Donald Kaberuka during a panel session at the recently concluded ‘Umushikirano’ in December 2017.

Boda bodas are just a mirror reflection of our societies

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In most of East Africa they are called Boda Boda. In the areas where French was the language of the coloniser, they are called Taxi Moto, which is a more descriptive name given that they are indeed motorcycle taxis.

How to ensure mobile money sustains growth

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Mobile money has increasingly become a critical part of every Kenyan’s everyday life. The challenge is therefore no longer about the uptake of this service but ensuring that the industry maintains momentum and continues to deliver more value to Kenyans and the economy at large, through both reach, and creative...

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Editorial cartoon

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Homeowners have welcomed the Government’s decision to drop plans to levy 5 per cent income tax on the value of sale or free transfer of immovable property such as houses and land.

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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.

Double-shift phase out; are schools prepared?

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As students resume classes this week, some changes were made by the Ministry of Education. For instance, at primary level, students will have to study eight hours per day yet previously, under the double shift system, they studied for only six hours. Education Times’ Lydia Atieno takes a look at...

Education is important for your development

All parents want their children to succeed in life and they’re biologically pre-conditioned to love and support them unconditionally, and achieving this includes giving a child quality education.

How creative are you?

Smart children always find answers to questions

The lives of chicken

Manzi is an 11-year-old boy who lives in Rwanda, he is curious about animals, how they reproduce; he wonders how chicken lay eggs. One day, he was asked by his mother to buy sugar at the shop near their house. On his way back home, he met his neighbour, Mwiza,...