Eugene Kwibuka
Eugene Kwibuka
CCTV cameras at Gishushu, Gasabao District in Kigali. Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwf5bn earmarked for CCTV surveillance system in Kigali
Michel Sebera, the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Trade and Industry (C), speaks during the presentation of a new report by World Bank Groupu2019s International Finance Corporation (IFC), on competition, as Francis Kariuki, the Director General of Kenya Competition Authority (left) and Ignace Rusenga Mihigo Bacyaha, IFCu2019s Resident Representative in Rwanda, look on. (Nadege Imbabazi)
African governments tipped on policies that spur competition
Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente addresses the media at his office in Kimihurura yesterday. The briefing dwelt on the recent heavy rain that has claimed more than 200 lives and destroyed billions of Francs worth of properties across the country, and how the Government is responding to the devastation. Sam Ngendahimana.
Team set up to monitor rain-induced disasters
Residents are evacuated from Nyabugogo wetland. Rwanda Environment Management Authority has warned wetland encroachers that the law will catch up with them. File.
Government mulls ‘youth brigades’ to fight environmental degradation
Busingye (2nd left) during his meeting with MICT officials. Courtesy.
Early release of Genocide convicts clouds ICTR legacy, Busingye
Auditor General Obadia Biraro (2nd left) with other panelists, follow a presentation during the meeting in Kigali yesterday.  Photos by Sam Ngendahimana.
African auditors bemoan automation limitations
Among the new provisions in the bill include penalties against fraudulent use of a digital signature and cyber-squatting. Net photo.
New law to tighten noose on cybercrime
Finance minister Uzziel Ndagijimana presenting the Budget Framework Paper at Parliament on Monday. Nadege Imbabazi.
Inside proposed 16 per cent increase in national budget
Minister for Environment, Dr Vincent Biruta addresses journalists during a media briefing, Biruta said that heavy rains will persist for at least in the coming ten days (Sam Ngendahimana)
Expect more deadly rains, govt warns
Gacaca archives. Figures from the Ministry of Justice indicate that of the more than 1.9 million cases that were tried by Gacaca courts over a ten-year period, from 2002 to 2012, over 1.3 million (1,320,554) concerned destroyed property.  File.
Over 54,000 Gacaca cases of looted property are unsettled
The Minister in the Office of the President , Judith Uwizeye addresses members of the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee yesterday. Sam Ngendahimana.
MPs start scrutiny of bill that seeks to tighten the noose around the corrupt
L-R: Culture minister Julienne Uwacu, Senate President Bernard Makuza and Ibuka president Jean Pierre Dusingizemungu lay wreaths in honour of victims of 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi at Rebero memorial yesterday. The commemoration event marked the closure of the weeklong official mourning for Genocide victims. STORY ON PAGE 3. Nadege Imbabazi.
Rwandans urged to stay united as official mourning week ends
Families and friends lay wreaths on the graves of victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi during a past commemoration event. File.
Politicians killed during Genocide to be remembered today
President Kagame poses for a group photo with the State Minister for Economic Planning,u00a0Dr Claudine Uwera (left); the Secretary General, Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB), Col Jeannot Ruhunga; and Deputy Secretary General, RIB, Isabelle Kalihangabo (right) shortly after their swearing-in at the Parliamentary Buildings, Kimihurura, yesterday.
President Kagame swears in new leaders
President Kagame and First Lady Jeannette Kagame lay a wreath at the Kigali Genocide Memorial centre in Gisozi yesterday during commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. Village Urugwiro.
Truth is the cornerstone of nation building – Kagame
Flame of remembrance at Gisozi Memorial Centre
Kwibuka24: Rwandans remember 24 years later
Dr Bizimana speaks during a past event. Nadege Imbabazi.
We have a duty to leave behind a better country for future generations, says CNLG chief
A Genocide suspect before a Gacaca court during a hearing.  File.
Are Genocide convicts using legal loopholes to undermine Gacaca rulings?

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