Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti
Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti
Yves Bernard Ningabire, the director general, planning, monitoring and evaluation, at the Ministry of Local Government, speaks during the launch of findings in Kigali. / Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti
Call for action to end graft in public infrastructure projects
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Military Tribunal postpones hearing for Genocide suspect Seyoboka
Seyoboka before court in Nyamirambo. / Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti
Military tribunal postpones hearing for Genocide suspect Seyoboka
Directors of units from local government, central government and other public institutions from across the country sing at the closure of Itorero in Huye District at the weekend. Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has called on all leaders from government, private sector and civil society organisations to shun corruption to provide good services, respect the people they serve, and avoid any form of discrimination in the services they offer. / Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti
PM roots for better service delivery to accelerate development
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Extradition hearing for 5 Genocide suspects starts in UK court today
Mary Anne McDonald serves cake to celebrate 100 times of Gorilla trekking. / Courtesy
Gorilla trekking: American couple celebrates 100th visit
Chief Superintendent Elie Mberabagabo, the Commissioner for Command and Coordination at the Rwanda National Police, speaks during the conferance as other officials follow. (Courtesy)
RURA warns public against abusing emergency helplines
A visitor observes some pictures of kids killed in the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi. (Nadege Imbabazi)
Govt: Catholic apology for role in Genocide inadequate
Kibeho Catholic Church, which is currently divided into two sections - one for mass and the other a Genocide memorial. It's one of the Catholic churches across the country where thousands of people were killed during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. / Internet photo
Kigali Catholic churches yet to fully communicate Genocide apology
Senator Mucyo passed on last month. (File.)
Five senate contenders launch campaigns
Catholic Church apologised for the role played by some of its members in 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. / Courtesy
Catholic Church apologises for role in 1994 Genocide
Minister Kanimba and his counterpart Julius Wandera Maganda during the visit at Uganda Revenue Authority offices. / Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti
Kanimba takes EAC awareness drive to border communities
Gen Nyamvumba addresses participants during the closure of the course. / Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti
Why peacekeepers back Kigali Principles
Pupils at GS Nkondo in Kayonza District sit a literacy exam. Some stakeholders in education are calling for the revision of the automatic promotion policy saying it promotes laziness and complacency among learners. / Lydia Atieno
Does automatic promotion in schools need revisiting?
The mushroom farm was constructed at a tune of $1 million (JEAN D'AMOUR MBONYINSHUTI)
Rwf810m mushroom production plant opens in Musanze District
A woman casts her vote during this year's local government elections. / File
National Electoral Commission begins update of voters’ register
Natural Resources minister Vincent Biruta (C) with Congolese hydrocarbons minister Aime Ngoi Mukena Lusa Desire (left) and other officials after a meeting in Goma, eastern DR Congo, on Thursday, where they discussed extraction of methane gas deposits in Lake Kivu, among other projects. / Jean d'Amour Mbonyinshuti
Rwanda, DR Congo officials meet over Kivu methane gas
A participant reacts at a question at the workshop on Tuesday. (Photos by T. Kisambira)
Varsities urged to conduct research

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