Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti
Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti
Nkundiye feeds his cow he got from VUP savings. He says that VUP helps him live a decent life despite being old and jobless. / Jean du2019Amour Mbonyinshuti
How Vision Umurenge Programme is changing lives one step at a time
Chief Justice Prof. Sam Rugege and the Minister for ICT and Innovation, Paula Ingabire in Kigali, on Wednesday, June 12th, 2019. Jean Chretien Munezero.
Chief Justice makes case for electronic case management
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Lt. Mutabazi seeks bail from Court of Appeal
University of Kibungo was created in 2003. Net photo.
University workers decry unpaid salaries
Visiting DR Congo First Lady Denise Nyakeru Tshisekedi is taken through the functions of Isange One Stop Centre by Kacyiru District Hospital Director CP Dr Daniel Nyamwasa (L) on Monday. Mrs Tshisekedi was accompanied by different officials including Rwanda's Minister of Health Dr Diane Gashumba (right) and Radegonde Ndejuru (second left), an advisor to Rwanda's First Lady. / Courtesy
DR Congo First Lady commends Isange One Stop Centre services
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Rwanda, DRC First Ladies jointly commit to improve citizens welfare
Some of Members of Agaciro Generation during the meeting to create the fund. / Emmanuel Kwizera
New fund to fight people negating, denying genocide launched
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RIB warns public against fraudsters using WhatsApp to con people
A vehicle pollutes the environment on Kanombe-Remera road. / File
Why air pollution is a threat to human life
Muslim community during Eid al-Fitr prayers at Kigali Stadium in Nyamirambo yesterday. Muslims should put in more efforts in the battle to ensure the youth have the best values and steer away from all vices that may stand between them and a good future, said Sheikh Salim Hitimana, the Mufti of Rwanda. / Sam Ngendahimana
Inculcate positive values in youth, Muslims told
Pan African Movement (PAM) Rwanda Chapter members discuss the role of the youth in the implementation of AfCFTA in Kigali. / Jean-Chru00e9tien Munezero
Young Pan Africanists tipped on AfCFTA
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State-owned forests to be privatised
Prof. Simon Gicharu.
FEATURED: Mount Kenya University founder on plans to roll out education that responds to people’s needs
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Rwanda looks to tap into Asia Pacific tourism market
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Ramadan is time for reflection, embrace religious pluralism, says UAE envoy
Cab drivers were urged to use metres  after it was realised that only 30 per cent use it while others prefer to switch the off and negotiate the fare with passengers. Officials say the use of metres benefit both passengers and cab taxi owners. Nadege Imbabazi.
Cab drivers urged on use of metres
L-R: National Electoral Commission Executive Secretary, Charles Munyaneza, Minister of Foreign Affairs Richard Sezibera and UN Resident Coordinator Fodu00e9 Ndiaye on a panel on African Liberation Day in Kigali yesterday. / Sam Ngendahimana
African countries need to defeat neocolonial tendencies – Speaker
The Chairperson of the Pan African Movement (PAM u2013 Rwanda) Protais Musoni addresses media. / Sam Ngendahimana
Africa Day: Pan-Africanists to discuss continental development challenges

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