RE: “Varsity students stranded as courses are suspended” (The New Times, March 17).
RE: “We need more private sector presence in ICT” (The New Times, March 18).
RE: “French Cuisine 2017” (The New Times, March 12).
RE: “MPs raise concerns over growing settlement pressure on arable land” (The New Times, March 6).
RE: “Inside kLab, Rwanda’s biggest technology innovation hub” (The New Times, March 17).
RE: “BK General Insurance begins operations” (The New Times, March 17).
If indeed it is true bus drivers receive a contract and fixed salary, then the issue here is the level of the salary. Are they being paid enough to ensure...
If it is difficult to institute a total ban on plastic bags, it will be even more difficult to successfully enforce it. Why not think about recycling instead?
Thank you The New Times and RURA for the clarification on drivers’ monitoring system. However, I still think that RURA is treating the symptom but not the root cause.
“Negative perceptions that nightclubs and bars are places of sin and debauchery have a lot to do with this...” It isn’t only a question of perception; there is more than...
Congratulations once again to the Police for the seizing of un-tagged minerals. What needs to be done urgently is to investigate to whom the minerals were being delivered as no...
Matt’s position is akin to saying cigarettes should not be banned but rather controlled because banning smoking would result in massive job losses.
Last time we learned that President (John) Magufuli (of Tanzania) has been able to negotiate a similar standard gauge railroad at $1.5 million per kilometre.
Nightlife being not just about clubbing, Kigali has a head start and huge potential in generating economic benefits between 6p.m and 6a.m.
RE: “Regional MPs, traders discuss proposed ban on plastic bags” (The New Times, March 11).
RE: “The night-time economy: can we talk about Kigali’s nightlife?” (The New Times, March 10).
RE: “Kigali Special Economic Zone maintenance fees still a challenge” (The New Times, March 10).
Claiming that circumcision prevents a health problem (such as hernia) is a compulsion of circumcised men to have done to others what was done to them.
Way to go REMA! Thanks to your drive on wetland conservation, the architecture students at the University of Rwanda did urban studies on the five major wetlands of the City...
When will our people understand that the US owes nobody anything, and perhaps her withdrawal from the ‘aid’ business that has done anything but develop our countries will finally get...
Saturated fat doesn’t cause heart disease; sugar does.
I beg to differ. On the contrary, perhaps a case of markets authority intervention as BK is clearly usurping all manner of challenge. I mean we are talking of one...
This is a typical example of a homegrown solution; the story leaves me smiling and even prouder to be Rwandan. It is very true that the now popular “Umugoroba w’Ababyeyi”...
You don’t need to surmise their attitude from before the Genocide, it is even clearer after the fact. Does anyone recall any condemnation from any western leader or from the...
Where are the local investors in ICT sector?
Africa must chart its own destiny
Examine land issues further
We need quality not quantity, from our tertiary institutions