German car manufacturer Volkswagen (VW) is expected to make public its highly anticipated plans for setting up an assembly plant in Rwanda this week.
Rwanda and Tanzania have agreed on joint construction of a Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) from Isaka (northwestern Tanzania) to Kigali, a move which will facilitate movement of goods between the...
The Rwandan national football team, Amavubi, will today play the Super Eagles of Nigeria in their opening match at the fifth edition of the African Nations Championships (CHAN) in Morocco.
The Minister for Justice, Johnston Busingye, has said that there is need for collaboration between all the stakeholders to jointly come up with lasting solution to the drug issue which...
Eight juvenile inmates who sat Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) passed in Division One, while eight others passed in other grades.
Girls outshone boys in last year’s Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE)
At least 89.9 per cent of O’Level students who sat national exams last year passed, according to results announced Tuesday by the State Minister for Primary and Secondary Education.
A senior journalist for BBC has stepped down from her position as Beijing Bureau editor accusing the network in an open letter on Sunday of operating a "secretive and illegal"...
Global debt levels soared to a record high of $233 trillion in the third quarter of 2017, according to the Institute of International Finance (IIF). It however noted that robust...
The Government is in the process of privatising the Nyabihu District-based potato processing plant amid tight market and low production capacity.
The merger of all former Integrated Polytechnics Regional Centres (IPRCs) to form the Rwanda Polytechnic is expected to improve education quality, officials have said.
Police in Gatsibo District are holding a woman who attempted to traffic banned drugs using her baby as cover. She was arrested following a tip-off from the driver of the...
The long holidays are coming to an end and many people are starting the year flat broke.
George Weah has become the first international football star to be elected President, after he emerged winner of Liberia’s presidential runoff this week.
The management of Akagera National Park has welcomed the appointment of Britain’s Prince Harry as the President of African Parks. African Parks are the operators of Akagera National Park, among...
Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA) has initiated an exercise to install GPS devices on all taxi motos to prevent irresponsible riding, in the quest to reduce road carnage attributed to...
After the long Christmas holiday, many people are now beginning to feel the financial drought
Christmas celebrations across the country were generally peaceful.
As many people continue to travel upcountry to join their families for Christmas, the police have warned motorists to be careful and not to overload or speed to avoid accidents.
Business is yet to boom for many in town just days to Christmas and New Year’s celebrations, traders said.
The Ministry of Health last week banned use, advertisement and importation of water-pipe tobacco, popularly known as shisha, citing serious health risks associated with smoking it.
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