Sharon Kantengwa
Sharon Kantengwa
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Japan seeks new approach to scale up private investment in Africa
Jules Sentore.
Sentore on the state of traditional music in Rwanda
Future Records boss David Tuyishimire (in a black t-shirt), with some of the u2018I am the Futureu2019 contestants. Courtesy.
'I am the Future' music contest to unearth Rwanda’s new talent
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What's on this weekend?
Tanzanian rapper Shariff Thabee aka Darassa. / Internet photo
Tanzanian rapper Darassa to rock Kigali
The Kobe habourland is hometo the Merikan park, Kobe port tower and the large ferris wheel. Numerous western houses were built in this area in the 19th century when trade flourished.
Japan: A story of resilient and innovative people
Bruce Melodie. / File
Bruce Melodie on his experience at the Coke Studio Africa 2017
Gertrude Ngabirano during the interview at her office in Kacyiru. Photo by Sharon Kantengwa
Ngabirano on her passion for science, technology and innovation
Fikiri Nshimiyimana popularly known as Ziggy 55. Courtesy.
Ziggy 55 on balancing entertainment and his corporate job
Actors performing at a past Ubumuntu Arts Festival. (File)
What’s on this weekend?
Female models on the run way. Parents have a big role to play in allowing their children pick a career of their own choice. (Net photo)
Why women in arts are struggling to claim their place
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Queen Cha on her musical journey and why she’s ‘going slow’
Bruce Twagira. / Courtesy
Twagira on what it takes to stage successful events
A working mother with her baby in office. Many men impregnate teenagers and fail to support them before and after giving birth, which affects both the mother's and child's wellbein....
Will govt succeed in cracking the whip on absentee fathers?
Most teenage pregnancies are a result of ignorance about safe sex practices.
Teenage pregnancy: Why the picture is still gloomy
Gahima with her nephew at gcom head office in Kigali
Gahimakazi on why she opted for business upon returning to Rwanda
Minister for Disaster Management and Refugee Affairs, Seraphine Mukantabana, met with Neysa Sanghavi and her mother Dr Sejal Sanghavi when she came to Rwanda. Courtesy
[VIDEO] 17 year old Sanghavi on her philanthropic work in Rwanda
Mutsari, singer Imanzi, Rudatsimburwa and Karimba at the recent Kigali Jazz Junction. / Courtesy
Rudatsimburwa on the evolution of ‘old school’ band Nubian Gypsies

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