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AOS management and staff, on Friday gathered at Rukara Genocide Memorial in Kayonza District to pay tribute the victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi and handed a cheese...

Participate more and better, Kagame tells youth


President Paul Kagame yesterday reiterated his call to young Rwandans urging them to be more active in the country’s politics.

WHO Africa boss speaks on status of regional healthcare


What would you say are East Africa’s biggest concerns in the health sector? There are several aspects that are really important in the health sector in the region. We have...

Eid feast: Muslims urged to shun evil


The Muslim community in the country has been urged to keep the fundamental principles of their faith such as avoiding evil, mending their relations with God and their neighbours.

We must do more for Africa to deliver quality public service, say officials


The sixth edition of the Africa Public Service Day celebrations concluded at the weekend in Kigali with a call on Africa’s public servants to devise practical mechanisms to deliver quality...

Second phase of service delivery campaign starts


Rwanda Governance Board (RGB) has launched the second phase of service delivery campaign dubbed “Nk’uwikorera.”

Secondary school girls tipped on STEM fields

Imbuto Foundation yesterday held a mentorship workshop for girls under the theme, “Let Us Dream Big and Act,” where participants were urged to embrace Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM)...

Morocco recalls its envoy to Netherlands 'for consultation'

Morocco has recalled its ambassador in The Hague for consultation following the actions of a notorious trafficker of Moroccan origin living in the Netherlands.

Morocco recalls its ambassador to Netherlands for consultation

Morocco has ‘immediately’ recalled its Ambassador in The Hague for consultation following the actions of a notorious trafficker of Moroccan origin living in the Netherlands.

Eid-el–Fitir celebrations: Muslims urged to shun evil

The Muslim community in Rwanda has been urged to keep the fundamental principles of their faith such as avoiding evil, mending their relations with God and their neighbours.

VIDEO: Umuganda is proof of what we can achieve together – Kagame


The monthly community work locally known as Umuganda is worth more than it seems as it brings together Rwandans to work collectively and it needs to be encouraged especially among...

PHOTOS: First Lady urges diaspora to uphold Rwandan values


The First Lady Jeannette Kagame has called on Rwandan women and youth in the diaspora to uphold Rwandan values--a stance she believes will help them shape their own lives and...

Political hurdles in Kenya threaten to further delay EALA inauguration


Political hurdles in Kenya and legal difficulties in South Sudan delayed the inauguration of the fourth East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) but only the continued uncertainty in Nairobi now threatens...

Drought: How irrigation tech saved Nyagatare farmers


An irrigation facility stands tall above crops in Matimba and Musheri sectors of Nyagatare District, moving forth and back to water crops especially during drought in this Eastern Province’s drought...

Stakeholders urged to tighten fight on drug abuse


The private sector has been urged to work closely with government institutions to battle the rising abuse of drugs in the country. The call was made by Innocent Turate, the...

Clarence Fernandes, an Indian whose heart belongs in Rwanda


Clarence Fernandes is an Indian national but one whose heart belongs in Rwanda: Call him a friend of Rwanda. For the last ten years or so, Fernandes’s name has been...

Child Fund Rwanda to continue supporting children in realization of their rights


Child Fund Rwanda has pledged to continue supporting children in understanding and enjoying their rights. The commitment was made during the celebrations to mark the International Day of African Child,...

Clarification: Kayonza-Rusumo road construction

In The New Times, issue of Saturday June 17, 2017, we reported that rehabilitation of Kayonza-Rusumo road has been launched. The article did not include the overall project context, main...

Arrest, extradite Genocide fugitives, Govt tells Kenya


Prosecutor-General Jean Bosco Mutangana has urged his Kenyan counterparts to do everything in their power to ensure Rwandans suspected of various crimes, especially the Genocide against the Tutsi, are arrested...

Agric expo: Minister roots for technology in farming


The Minister for Agriculture and Animal Resources, Dr Gerardine Mukeshimana, has urged farmers to adopt technology in farming so as to withstand effects of climate change.

Military Tribunal vice president, judge sworn in

The Military Tribunal has sworn-in new heads, Lt Col Deo Rusizana and Capt Gerald Ntaganira, as vice-president and judge at the military tribunal, respectively.

Candidates should guarantee our rights, say women leaders


Women need to vote a presidential candidate who will guarantee their rights, women leaders have said.

Presidential nominations close with six bids submitted

At exactly 5pm, yesterday, the National Electoral Commission (NEC) closed the process of receiving nomination papers for presidential aspirants for the August election.

MPs approve 2017/18 Budget


Parliament yesterday passed the Budget Law for the Financial Year 2017/18, effectively giving the final nod to the country’s next budget, whose execution starts July 1.