It is good news that the government is considering all means to making housing affordable. But after reading this article, as an economist, I am very worried about this acquisition...
So if my understanding serves me correctly, this chief (UN) prosecutor is in “agreement” with the presiding judge because it’s legally sound to release someone a decade or so into...
This is a new invention where people/subscribers can easily get access to financial services, particularly in situations of emergency.
Editor, Re: Senate approves new parastatal heads, envoy (The New Times, February 15, 2017). The appointment of former CEO of Rwanda Development Board (Francis Gatare) to head the newly established...
Editor, Re: The cost of aid dependence (The New Times, February 15, 2017)
Editor, RE: “Bleaching: Why you should avoid it at all costs” (The New Times, January 16).
This is 100% correct. The big challenge is our teaching method. Teaching STEM in Africa is only done in theory while we need labs in every single lesson.
I would like to know how much of the headline figure presented as ‘aid’ in fact goes to overhead costs to administer that alleged ‘aid’.
This is a great idea. My concern is that if the project is not thoroughly studied by experts, we could have flooding during heavy rains. Where will the lake’s boundaries...
Great success for Rwanda and Africa at large!
What an interesting and totally welcome approach by all of the people, and the Catholic Church! That this programme was initiated in 2008, and although it is at a slow...
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)
Govt should restrict the size of land for personal homes
Jean Leon Iragena & Semugeshi
The UN theatrics shouldn't surprise anyone
MoKash will deepen financial inclusion
Good choice for mines board leadership