Dean Karemera
Dean Karemera
Women prepare banana wine, one of the products available for sale. (Courtesy)
Ingabire: Helping communities benefit from cultural tourism
Officials pose for a group photo after the meeting at RGB offices in Kigali, yesterday. (Faustin Niyigena)
Civil society hailed for its role in dev't
Officers from the Expanded Joint Verification Mechanism inspect the ammunition left behind by the attackers in Bugeshi Sector, Rubavu District yesterday. (Courtesy photo)
[PHOTOS]: Gunmen attack Rwanda from DR Congo, one killed
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It's a race for posh cars in Kigali
Some of the parents with children who have been treated of hydrocephalus. (Andrew Rugema)
Hydrocephalus treatment: Gikonko health centre gives children a second shot at life
(Internet photo)
Dating sites: Finding love by just the click of a mouse
Kaduha residents at a requiem mass for Sister Paula Koiser Milghita. Sister Koiser rescued 90 people during the Genocide. (Courtesy)
Kaduha residents mourn German nun who rescued lives in Genocide
A family of mountain gorillas basking in the Virunga National Park. Tourists feel safe to travel to Rwanda due to peace and security that Rwanda enjoys and which makes it one of the safest countries in Africa. (Courtesy)rn
Tourism sector exceeds target
A mountain gorilla in Rwanda cuddles her baby. The private sector is in a move to market East Africa as a single tourist destination. (File)
Private sector explores ways to market E.Africa as single tourist destination
As a result of inadequate parking space in Kigali city, motorists have started violating road sign. Cars parked at the no stopping sign along KN 84 Street opposite Hotel Isimbi. (Doreen Umutesi)
Motorists call for creation of more city parking space
College Saint Andre. The teenage suspect entered through this gate with a machete in her school bag. (File)
Prosecution seeks two years for girl who hacked teacher
Dancers at the CHAN 2016 Opening ceremony. Rwanda has received praise for the way it organised Africa's second biggest football tournament. (File)
Rwanda's reputation gives it the potential to host Africa Cup of Nations
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MoH moves to regulate sale of repellents in malaria fight
Bailiffs take oath of office at the Ministry of Justice headquarters yesterday. (T. Kisambira)
[PHOTOS]: Ombudsman's office gets bailiff, urged to expedite pending cases
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Isabukuru mountain gorilla family welcomes twins
A man uses a laptop to surf the net. Technology advancement has left the country vulnerable to cyber cimes. (File)
Crime changes face as tech exposes potential victims
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Burundian refugees in transit camps to be relocated
The hotel was closed on Monday over hygiene concerns. (Net photo)
Stipp Hotels Rubavu closed over hygiene, seeks reopening

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