Re: New measures to meet housing needs unveiled. (The New Times February 12)
Re: ‘The entrepreneurship bubble’ (The New Times February 8)
Editor, Congratulations to the Police for the arrest of people with untagged minerals, which has become a big business. What now needs to be done is to find out where...
Editor Rwandan tourist attractions exhibited in Tel Aviv. (The New Times February 10)
Yes indeed, “a strong base to continue to grow” calls for an urgent “honest reflection and forward-looking planning.”
Consequences of child neglect may include but not limited to low self-esteem, depression and drug abuse in a later age.
Our ancestors already warned us about poverty’s dangerous effects on relationships and ,by extension, society at large: “Abasangiye ubusa bitana ibisambo”, “Aharaye inzara haramuka inzigo”.
Teachers, teachers, teachers...always and always!
I recently visited Rwanda, I was there for two weeks and every office, business, organisation I visited, the customer service issue struck me really hard.
Editor, RE: “Africa, be aware of GMOs!” (The New Times, February 6). I commend Mwene Kalinda for being a very vocal voice on GMOs. It appears Rwanda has a biosafety...
Editor, RE: “MPs approve law making Kiswahili official language” (The New Times, February 9). I’m all for having a universally shared language among East Africans but isn’t that the very...
Editor, RE: “Girls in science: How far have they come?” (The New Times, February 9).
Editor, Re: ‘Buy local and shun corruption: Kagame’ (The New Times February 8)
‘...In every heart, there is a drum that beats, steady and strong, it does not know defeat, I feel it pound and know the sound of our true beliefs...’ The...
Editor, Re: ‘There’s no worse disease than ignorance’ (The New Times February 7)
Re: ‘‘Sophisticated graft methods hamper prosecution of ‘big fish’, say officials (The New Times, January 7, 2017).
RE: “Drug abuse, trafficking cases on the rise – Police” (The New Times, January 18).
RE: “Economic inequality at odds with Agaciro” (The New Times, January 20).
This is a commendable effort by REMA! However, there are a lot of pollutants in that area which can be seen with just a casual visit.
I hope these cowardly criminals are swiftly brought to justice!
Under the law, anyone who obtains anything under false pretense is a criminal offender.
I never have and never will trust the so-called United Nations because they’re simply anything “but” united. Not only that but also for their role in what happened in Rwanda...
A written performance contract between students and parents is not only a bad idea but also dangerous and should not be promoted at all by the Ministry of Education. However,...
Great success for Rwanda and Africa at large. However, there is a sad part to this wonderful success story that has to do with the fact that 90% of raw...
Affordable housing remains a complex issue
Not everybody is cut to be an entrepreneur
We need to expose more Rwandan tourist products