Eugene Kwibuka
Eugene Kwibuka
The Minister for Local Government, Prof. Anastase Shyaka, speaks to lawmakers as Edda Mukabagwiza, the Vice Speaker in charge of .Legal Affairs and Government Oversight looks on at the Parliamentary Buildings in Kimihurura yesterday.  Craish Bahizi.
MPs pass law scrapping legal personality for urban districts
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New envoys vow to focus on trade as they get senate nod
Voters cards displayed at a polling station. File.
Electoral reforms: Voters cards scrapped
Jean de Dieu Tuyisenge, Director of Radiation Safety Regulation at RURA, Robert Nyamvumba, the Energy Division Manager at the Ministry of Infrastructure, and Eric Reber, a transport safety specialist at the IAEA during the meeting. / Emmanuel Kwizera
Nuclear tech: Rwanda hosts training on transportation of radioactive materials
Recently, the Minister of Health accused the Catholic church, which runs up to a third of the health facilities in the country, of frustrating family planning. / Net photo
Fresh talks between Catholics, govt to break family planning gridlock
The National Electoral Commission chairperson Prof. Kalisa Mbanda addresses media during a press conference on July 18. / Sam Ngendahimana
Senatorial elections: Submission of candidatures starts tomorrow
The National Electoral Commissionu2019s chairperson Prof. Kalisa Mbanda (left) consults with Charles Munyaneza, the Commissionu2019s Executive Secretary during a news briefing yesterday. Sam Ngendahimana.
NEC: Supreme Court will rule on eligibility of senators for re-election
Obadiah Biraro, the Auditor General makes a presentation. File.
MPs visit stalled Government projects ahead of PAC hearings
Rwanda has applied to join the Beijing-based Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). / Net photo
Rwanda to invest in major Asian infrastructure bank
French beans being packaged for export at National Agricultural Export Development Board in Kigali. According to Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente, Rwanda registered a $105-million trade surplus in informal cross-border trade in 2018. He was yesterday addressing a joint parliamentary session. / Emmanuel Kwizera
MPs urge government to do more to facilitate trade
Minister of State for Constitutional and Legal affairs (C) Evode Uwizeyimana addresses parliament as State Minister for infrastructure  Uwihanganye takes notes yesterday (Sam Ngendahimana)
Government moves to amend penal law provisions challenged in Supreme Court
President Kagame, First Lady Jeannette Kagame and US evangelist Rick Warren in a group photo with both members of PEACE Plan and Rwanda Leaders Fellowship. This was during the Purpose Driven Leadership Gathering that brought together close to 2000 leaders from different sectors of the country yesterday. Village Urugwiro.
Kagame, Warren call for purpose-driven leadership
Bottles slide off an assembly line of a local beer manufacturer. According to a draft law that was presented to parliament yesterday, incentives will be offered to local beer and wine manufacturers who will use up to 70 per cent of locally-sourced raw materials. Emmanuel Kwizera.
Tax breaks for alcohol brewed from locally-sourced materials
American evangelist Rick Warren is expected to preach at a gathering organised by PEACE Plan Rwanda, on July 9, 2019. Craish Bahizi.
Rick Warren to address 2000 Rwandan leaders
President Paul Kagame inspects a parade mounted by Rwanda Defence Force and Rwanda National Police at Amahoro National Stadium in Kigali yesterday. The Commander-In-Chief is flanked by Gen. Patrick Nyamvumba, the RDF Chief of Defence Staff, Inspector General of Police Dan Munyuza, and Brig. Gen. John Baptist Ngiruwonsanga, the head of the parade. / Village Urugwiro
We will not lose our way again – Kagame
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A liberation museum that inspires the youth
President Kagame and other officials at the inauguration of Karama Integrated Model Village in Nyarugenge District yesterday. Village Urugwiro.
Liberation is about every Rwandan living a dignified life – Kagame
Cu00e9lestin Maniraguha (left) and Moses Rusa speak to the media yesterday. Courtesy.
Two Rwandan returnees warn against travelling to Uganda

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