Sharon Kantengwa
Sharon Kantengwa
Female truck driver Radouce Munyakazi spends three days on the wheel from Rwanda to Kenya to get cement for Nine United Traders Ltd. / Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Women may be better off today, but gender gap remains wide in private sector
Benitha Mia Iradukunda (left) and Anastasie  Umutoniwase during the interview. / Photo by Willy Mucyo
How two students found their niche in laundry business
With pancakes being so widespread today, theyu2019ve become a firm fixture in pop culture. / Net photo.
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Origin of ordinary things: Pancakes
The first days are also an opportunity to get the information needed to carry out your tasks correctly. / Net photo.
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Tips for a great first day at work
Kevin Rugamba is a deejay and Community and Culture Lead at the African Leadership University. / Courtesy photos.
Local deejay on showcasing Africa’s heritage through music and art
Rapper Kevin Kagame, aka Big Game. / Courtesy.
‘I want my music to be relatable,’ says Big Game
Itu2019s important to go for the interview with a few examples of past accomplishments.  Net photo.
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Job application: What to do when job title doesn’t reflect your skills
Owing to its ease of storage and cooking, pasta is a favourite in many homes. Net photo.
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Origin of ordinary things: Pasta
Credia Ruzigana Umuhire presenting her project.
Winners of the creative industry grants
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Call for healthy lifestyle as Rwanda celebrates World Heart Day
Singer Patrick Rapide, aka Buster. / Courtesy.
Buster on the struggles of an upcoming singer
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The sandwich has been incorporated into virtually every cuisine, by virtue of its simplicity of preparation, portability, and endless variety. / Net photo.
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Origin of ordinary things: Sandwich
Women sell different handcraft products in mini exhibition at Kigali car-free zone last year. So far 74 per cent of women lie within the informal business sector.
Civil Society Organisations push for gender inclusive approach in economic recovery plan
Upcoming singer Dan Ngalamulume, aka Ngaara. / Courtesy.
Ngaara embarks on self-discovery journey in debut album ‘Amaraso’
LEFT:  Raoul Rugamba is a co-founder of Africa in Colors. RIGHT: Eric Soul, founder of Afrogroov will moderate the event. / Courtesy photos
African music experts to discuss future for industry
Justin Ngoga  is a cultural intelligence trainer. The guidebook will help people intending to relocate to Rwanda. / Photos by Gad Nsimiyimana
Cultural expert on his ‘Moving to Rwanda’ guidebook
Crossword puzzle. / Net photo.
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Origin of ordinary things: Crossword puzzles

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