Kelly Rwamapera
Kelly Rwamapera
Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente (centre) in a group photo with the prosecutors after the swearing-in ceremony in Kimihurura yesterday. Courtesy.
PM tells prosecution to intensify war on economic crimes
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Rwanda rotates its police peacekeepers in South Sudan
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Rwanda ‘has achieved 80% of UN human rights recommendations’
Josiane Niyonsaba, one of the beneficiaries (centre), poses with her cow as Nyarugenge District vice Mayor Vu00e9daste Nsabimana and John Gatashya, the Head of Projects at I&M Bank, admire the cow on Friday. Kelly Rwamapera.
I&M Bank donates heifers to Girinka programme
School children at an ADRA-education campaign for children to go back to school at Mahama refugee camp. / Courtesy
[FEATURED] ADRA: Supporting Rwanda’s rebuilding effort
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City pastor murder: Court orders fresh audit into autopsy report
A convicted Genocide perpetrator (left) and survivor embrace during a confession-and-forgiveness event in Kayonza District in October 2017. File.
A call for prior sensitisation on release of Genocide convicts
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Defilement case of acquitted Nyagatare men now goes to Supreme Court
Rtd Brig Gen Frank Rusagara in court earlier today. / Emmanuel Kwizera
Byabagamba, Rusagara petition Court of Appeal, seek bail
Pictures of some of victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi at Kigali Genocide Memorial. File.
Ibuka wants to take custody of property for wiped out families
Officials after the launch of the fund in Karongi. / Kelly Rwamapera
Genocide widows to benefit from new loan guarantees
Bidders tour the property of former Nyabihu District Executive Emmanuel Habyarimana before the auction. / Kelly Rwamapera
Property of ex-Nyabihu district official auctioned to recover taxpayer’s money
In the meeting yard on Tuesday when the minister visited them. / Kelly Rwamapera
Inmates equipped with various skills to break criminality
Some of the 500 bicycles given to community mediators in Rubavu (Courtesy)
Over 70% of local disputes are settled through Abunzi, says Busingye
The Court of Appeal in Kigali heard the appeal of the 82-year-old Ntamabyariro. / Emmanuel Kwizera
Genocide convict Agnes Ntamabyariro lawyer fined
156 bailiffs and notaries were sworn in at the Ministry of Justice headquarters on May 7, 2019. Kelly Rwamapera.
Minister Busingye warns court bailiffs against graft
Prof. Rugege speaks at the event. / Emmanuel Kwizera
Chief Justice calls for decent burial of Genocide victims at Ruhengeri court
Nsengiyumva with Anastase Bagirayabo and his wife Yozefa Nyiraneza, his supposed parents.  Courtesy photos
DNA test false, but he is our son, says family separated in 1997

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