Yes, Kagame was right: you are either at the table or on the menu

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Editor Re: “When does a genocide survivor lose it all?” (The New Times, April 4).

Rwanda on course to become wellness hub

Editor, RE: “200 home-based healthcare givers graduate” (The New Times, March 15). The Government of Rwanda, through its various ministries and agencies, constantly strives to support its citizens.

REMA spot on

Editor, RE: “Call for proper management of wetlands to reduce disasters” (The New Times, February 3)

Education is critical for any economy

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Editor, RE: “Entrepreneurial universities: Marrying scholarly research with business acumen” (The New Times, March 25).

Why French crimes in CAR will go unpunished

Editor, RE: “For French crimes in CAR, some animals are more equal than others” (The New Times, March 26).

Price wars are good for the consumers

It is like a game of cat and mouse here. Safaricom stalking up even greater wars with the Kenyan banking sector, prizing away the latter’s lunch.

Change at CAF was inevitable

Why the negative headline that seems to imply foreboding because of a change – long overdue – at the top of the continent’s football management?

Are our medics doing enough to support contraceptive use?

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Hopefully, this will be put into action. I am told that many health clinics already put in place hoops that the young women have to jump to get the family...

Rwanda needs more productive investments, not nightclubs, bars

“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...

Price wars are good for the consumers

It is like a game of cat and mouse here. Safaricom stalking up even greater wars with the Kenyan banking sector, prizing away the latter’s lunch.

What is the threshold of affordable housing?

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Affordable housing has been pushed to the country’s consciousness as the housing crisis continues to bite. A recent article on the subject identified 18 projects in Kigali aiming at delivering...

The past matters in shaping present-day perspective

It is always those who have inflicted that painful “past—though it is never really past as its legacies continue to afflict the living-who are always so anxious to get those...

Rwandan youth urged to apply for US leadership and mentorship program

We write to inform the general public on an opportunity for Rwandan youth to participate in a leadership and mentorship program.

Why young people must never give up on their dream career

Life is all about shaping your vision in the right direction with proper guidance and seriousness. It’s by nature we are born with different visions and passions.

European Union woes should not discourage EAC

One possible explanation of the slowing down could be the impact of Brexit and the turmoil – if I can call it so – it has created in the European...

Genocide: Catholic Church should excommunicate culpable priests

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RE: “CNLG, survivors welcome Rwanda Vatican talks” (The New Times, March 21).

Why can't RSSB learn from past mistakes?

I think it is a problem of top-down thinking. I realised that in Rwanda we want to build luxury housing for the bosses to move into, then the rest of...

Kigali's nightlife: Why we still have a long way to go

I think it is much too soon to claim Kigali’s night life has come of age. Beyond clubbing, bar hopping (and that one cinema) what does Kigali have to offer,...

What next after the Pope’s declaration on the Genocide against the Tutsi?

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RE: “Rwandans react to Pope Francis’ remorse over the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi” (The New Times, March 22).

Partnerships will deliver quality healthcare

RE: “200 home-based healthcare givers graduate” (The New Times, March 15).

Your article on Down syndrome resonates with my experience

RE: “Down syndrome: Dealing with the neglected condition” (The New Times, March 20).

How do we protect our kids from evils of social media?

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This is a timely initiative, especially with support from Imbuto and this is well appreciated!

Change at CAF was inevitable

Why the negative headline that seems to imply foreboding because of a change – long overdue – at the top of the continent’s football management?

Price wars are good for the consumers

It is like a game of cat and mouse here. Safaricom stalking up even greater wars with the Kenyan banking sector, prizing away the latter’s lunch.