Local innovators should jealously guard their ideas

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Editor, RE: “Rwandan makes a prototype that enables WhatsApp users to call without internet” (The New Times, February 18).

Building collapses: Regulators must up their game

Editor, RE: “Laxity in construction sector regulation is unacceptable” (The New Times, February 20).

DR Congo soldiers’ attack on Rwanda army base calculated

Editor, RE: “Regional mechanism to probe attack by DR Congo soldiers on Rwanda territory” (The New Times, February 2).

Has ICTR been complicit in miscarriage of justice?

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But even the cases of those whose whereabouts they know very well, such as Wenceslas Munyeshyaka and Laurent Bucyibaruta, are as worrying.

Rwanda, South Africa can finally improve bilateral ties

While there can never be any guarantee that his departure will usher in a return to the two countries’ previously warm relations, things cannot be any worse. In any case,...

Has ICTR been complicit in miscarriage of justice?

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But even the cases of those whose whereabouts they know very well, such as Wenceslas Munyeshyaka and Laurent Bucyibaruta, are as worrying.

Rwanda, South Africa can finally improve bilateral ties

Few Rwandans will lament over President Jacob Zuma’s unceremonious eviction from Mahlamba Ndlopfu, given his association with anti-Rwanda terror groups, especially Kayumba Nyamwasa’s RNC, as well as his own clear...

Rethink social security management

Before thinking of informal sector’s contribution to social security, RSSB and the law need to allow individual contributions to the scheme.

RURA should crack the whip on unprofessional broadcasters

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Editor, RE: “Media body calls for three-month suspension of Christian radio station for alleged hate speech” (The New Times, February 13).

People with disabilities need our collective support

Editor, RE: “Do not leave us behind, people with disabilities tell EA govts” (The New Times, February 13).

Road safety: Fines and awareness campaigns are not mutually exclusive

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Editor, RE: “Highway ethics, not hefty traffic police fines, is the key” (The New Times, February 9). There is

Countries have an obligation to help arrest Genocide fugitives

Editor, RE: “Senate urges more efforts to track Genocide fugitives” (The New Times, February 13). Countries should close the safe haven granted to Genocide suspects.

We must not tolerate hate speech

Editor, RE: “Misogynic pastor should be pursued for hate crime” (The New Times, February 8). “Incitement and hate speech is a serious crime and this country knows the dark side...

Countries that habour terrorists are a threat to regional integration

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Editor, RE: “Editorial: Fighting the crime of Genocide does not need treaties” (The New Times, February 11).

Mass trial for corruption suspects is a bad idea

Editor, RE: “Judiciary to try over 100 cases in weeklong anti-graft campaign” (The New Times, February 13).

Why young Africans should learn Chinese

Editor, RE: “Beware the Big Bad Wolf: European misconceptions about China and Africa” (The New Times, February 10).

Keep University of Rwanda intake nickname culture

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Our nickname in the 2013 promotion was abadehe for the guys and Inyatsi for the ladies!

We need a neutral study on GMOs

It’s truly unfortunate that the alleged risks were put in this article.

France should stop shielding genocidaires

Rwanda has issued 42 international arrest warrants for alleged perpetrators of the Genocide in France, but only three have been executed. This continued disregard for arrest warrants issued for Genocide...

Both men and women should be involved in tackling rape

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Editor, Refer to Gatete Nyiringabo’s article,“Moccasin Walk Exercise: Dealing with rape of young women in Kigali” (The New Times, February 7).

Ease access to information for farmers

Editor, RE: “Lawmakers to summon trade, agric ministers” (The New Times, February 7).

Keep University of Rwanda intake nickname culture

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Dear Editor, RE: “What was your intake nickname at University of Rwanda?” (The New Times, February 4).

France should stop shielding genocidaires

Dear Editor, RE: “Rwanda slams France over employment of Genocide convict in public hospital” (The New Times, February 6).

Fight all forms of child labour

This makes me sad, worried and frustrated to say the least. I spent this week in the village--harvest season is evident and maize is one of the bumper crops in...