Rodrigue Rwirahira
Rodrigue Rwirahira
King Kigeli V passed on last year, he was 80. File.
King Kigeli V’s body repatriated for burial
Nkusi during a past media briefing. / Internet photo
Prosecution to indict 250 Genocide fugitives in 2017
Speaker Mukabalisa addresses Parliament during a session last year. / File
What shaped parliamentary business in 2016
Seyoboka consults with counsel Ngirabatware at the Military Tribunal yesterday. / Nadege Imbabazi
Military court adjourns Genocide suspect Seyoboka’s trial to 27th
Rumanzi (L) explains to Justice minister Johnston Busingye how the new hi-tech traffic control device works. File.
Police report lower rate of traffic offences during the festive season
Major Aimable Rugomwa (R) and his co-accused Memertto Nsanzimana. / File
Military tribunal adjourns Maj. Rugomwa’s trial to February
Nkusi has welcomed the latest development as one that opens a new front toward bringing Genocide fugitives to book. (File photo)
Rwanda closes in on Genocide fugitives in Congo Brazzaville
Justice Minister tips lawyers on ethical standards
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Relocation of Nyarugenge inmates to begin February
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EU disburses Rwf8.5 billion for rural roads rehabilitation
Genocide suspect Ntaganzwa leaves court after the hearing yesterday. (Nadege Imbabazi.)
Genocide suspect Ntaganzwa's trial pushed to March next year
The Permanent Secretary at MINEACOM, Innocent Safari (R), chats with directory general of industries Annette Karenzi during the meeting in Kigali yesterday. (Faustin Niyigena)
Trade experts chart new ways to boost export base
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Govt to ease voting for Diaspora community
Children draw water in Nyabugogo, Nyarugenge District. / File
Govt slashes power, water tariffs for low income earners, industries
Mukabaramba (R) briefs the media on the Cabinet resolution to set up national rehabilitation service for juveniles and street children. rn/ Timothy Kisambira
Govt to set up national rehabilitation service for street children, juveniles
Senator Karangwa speaks during the meeting at Parliament. (Nadege Imbabazi)
Senators push for increased agricultural production
Speaker Mukabalisa (C), her deputy Jeanne d'Arc Uwimanimpaye (R) and Senate vice president Jeanne d'Arc Gakuba at the news briefing yesterday. / Nadege Imbabazi
Parliament goes into recess
Ndayirata at his plant in Kayonza District last week. From capital worth Rwf50 million, his business has grown to a Rwf1.4 billion enterprise in just four years. / Rodrigue Rwirahira
Ndayirata: I saw an opportunity when govt banned plastic bags and grabbed it

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