Primary, O’level results to be released tomorrow

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Candidates who sat for primary and lower secondary education (O’level) national exams will Tuesday establish whether they stand a chance to advance to the next level of their studies in public schools. This follows the announcement by the Ministry of Education that they will release results of the two categories...

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NAEB in new push to ensure quality of horticulture exports

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The agricultural exports body has embarked on a nationwide exercise to register horticulture exporters as it moves to strengthen collaboration with sector players to ensure quality and boost competitiveness.

Fixed telephone users surge by 45% in Q3 of 2017

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The number of fixed telephone subscriptions surged by 44.9 per cent during the third quarter of 2017, hitting 12,645 compared to 6,960 recorded in the second quarter of last year.

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Holders Arsenal knockout of FA Cup by Nottingham Forest

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FA Cup holders Arsenal suffered their first third-round defeat for 22 years as they crashed to a 4-2 defeat by second-tier Nottingham Forest in a sizzling City Ground clash on Sunday.

Australia romp to victory and 4-0 Ashes triumph

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Australia romped to an innings and 123-run victory over England after dismissing the tourists for 180 on the final day of the fifth test on Monday to complete a 4-0 Ashes triumph that fell short of a whitewash but was little less emphatic.

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Golden Globes 2018: Sexual harassment scandal dominates ceremony

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Powerful speeches and statements of unity have dominated the 75th Golden Globe awards. It was the first major Hollywood awards ceremony since the film industry was hit by sexual harassment scandals, with stars wearing black to honour victims. Oprah Winfrey summed up the mood, saying 'a new day is on...

Sauti Sol, Mani Martin in new Mapenzi' collabo

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‘To the beautiful people of Rwanda, we have something for you’, proclaimed Kenyan sensation group Sauti Sol, as they announced their upcoming collaboration with Mani Martin.

Gospel artiste Ashimwe on her musical comeback

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Dorcus Ashimwe is a gospel artiste originally from the Blessed Sisters that began singing in 2007 and released an album 'Gira Intego', but has since gone solo, and has released songs like 'A little more of Jesus', 'Tugendane' and 'My hero'.

I wasn’t ready!

We’re several days into the New Year and I still can’t believe 2017 is over. I feel like I went to bed one night, woke up the next morning and it is 2018! Where does the time go?

A glimmer of hope for Rwandan domestic workers

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After dropping out of school in primary six, 18-year-old Assoumpta Tuyikunde struggled to find means of survival. With her limited skills, the options were close to zero and she ended up as a housemaid.

Women need to unlearn every patriarchal lie, says Irakoze

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As far as dreams go, Judicaelle Irakoze hopes that every woman discovers her potential. The 23-year-old runs ‘Abigaelle Closet’, a fashion house that is also used as a platform to empower women, and she has also set up a number of other organisations advocating for women and the youth to...

Who will inherit the clarity of purpose?

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Over the past decade or so gender and youth empowerment have been some of our society’s main preoccupations. And rightly so given the historical marginalisation of women and the shifting median age towards an increasingly youthful society.

Forensic science: Closing the gap between facts and fiction

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The credibility of any criminal justice system lies in the fairness of court ruling rendered. Unfortunately, sometimes we see criminals getting away unpunished while in other instances, the innocent are wrongly prosecuted. It is a global phenomenon.

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Editorial cartoon

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Global debt levels soared to a record high of $233 trillion in the third quarter of 2017, according to the Institute of International Finance (IIF). It however noted that robust economic growth meant debt-to-GDP ratios were declining.

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400 Ruhango households connected to national power grid

Members from a total of 400 households along with staff and patients of Nyarurama Health Center in Nyarurama village, Ntongwe sector in Ruhango District on Friday 23 were celebrating as they all got connected to the national power grid by the Rwanda Energy Group (REG).

RALSA provides learning resources for Rwanda’s past and present

The National Archives holds historical documents of the Rwandan Government (historical, congressional, and other records) on behalf of the Rwandan public so that citizens, public servants, congress, and the courts can obtain the information they need to exercise their rights and responsibilities.

Ruhunde sector lit as 350 households connect to national grid

On 22nd February 2018, Ruhunde sector was connected to the national electricity network and for the first time in the sector’s history, 350 households immediately got connected to and started using the grid electricity. Schools, a health center and administrative units including the sector, police office and SACCO offices were also connected.

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.

Education sector in 2018: Stakeholders outline expectations

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At the start of every New Year, people have a lot of expectations for better outcomes across sectors. Education being a pivotal sector in shaping the country’s development agenda requires priority and better strategies and reforms to deliver on this noble goal.

Why learners should set personal goals

The holiday is a few weeks to the close and most students have already started preparing to go back to school for the first term. The new academic year means that most of them will be moving to the next class, depending on the curriculum at their school.

Radisson Blu Hotel brings Christmas to former street kids

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To spread the holiday cheer, Radisson Blu Hotel last week hosted a luncheon for over 120 children from Centre Cyprien et Daphrose Rugamba, Mai Childhood Academy popularly known as ‘Kwa Gisimba’ orphanage and Nyamirambo Women Centre.

New Year must-have goals for every student

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The New Year is a great time to reflect on the changes you want to or need to make. As a student look at ways to improve yourself, set goals and work hard towards achieving them.