Have you ever tried out alternative therapy to cure that chronic ache? Some people may think that alternative therapies are for the unexposed, uneducated and village folks of yesteryear. But you are mistaken if you think that way too.
In Rwanda, like never before, we are witnessing the fast rise of natural therapies like, reflexology and aromatherapy. In our SundayMag today, Joseph Mudingu meets two experts engaged in the trade of availing these kinds of therapies and how patients who receive the treatment are doing.
In our reflections column, Ingina Y’Igihanga ponders the meaning of the butterflies that have invaded Kigali lately. I am sure most of you have encountered the menace that is the butterflies that are all over the place.
The hater is back with a bang. Today he hates with passion. He hates on the soldiers who recently used what he describes as archaic methods to rise to power in Mali. He does not spare people who are always in the habit of using expressions they do not mean. He does not stop there though.
In our relationship pages, Dean Kalemera takes on guys who lack the balls to man up. You will have to flip through these pages to know what he is up to. Our health expert Dr. Rachna Pande is also back, this time explaining what pulmonary tuberculosis is all about. Tuberculosis which has seen a sharp rise in incidence due to HIV. Pande tackles the subject for you.
The Villager and Diaspoman are also on top form with their natural flare. You will also enjoy nice reading from Martin Bishop as he takes us through the fashion and style of the modern corporate woman. Have a nice weekend with your Sunday Mag