Lavie Mutanganshuro
Lavie Mutanganshuro
With a capacity to sit 10,000 people, Kigali Arena is the biggest indoor sports facility in the region and among the top 10 on the continent.
2010–2019: Ten events that defined the past decade in Rwandan sports
Students wait for vehicles at Nyabugogo Park as they return to school in the previous term.
First cohort of students return to school on Friday
Shining Star Drama team is set to perform.
Victory Concert to address drug abuse
Su00e9raphine Mukantabana.
Demobilisation commission boss Mukantabana relieved of duties
Learners take driving lessons at a Remera-based driving school.
Citizens react to plans to allow use of auto cars in driving tests
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WASAC: Water supply normalised following Christmas downpour
Driving learners in the field next to Amahoro National Stadium in Remera.
Government okays use of automatic cars in driving tests
A man opens a cold room at NAEB export storage facility in Kigali. Photo:
NAEB calls on farmers to embrace affordable post-harvest techniques
Luiz David.
YEAR IN REVIEW: Eight sports stars who visited Rwanda in 2019
Kampeta Sayinzonga at a recent event
Kampeta appointed CEO of BRD
The Minister for Youth and Culture, Rosemary Mbabazi (left) and Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente during the YouthConnekt2019 Convention at the Intare Conference Arena in Gasabo District yesterday. Ngirente reminded the youth that they are the foundation of the countryu2019s development, urging them to maximise their potential. Dan nsengiyumva.
Youth are foundation of Rwanda’s devt – Ngirente
Over 3000 youths taking part in YouthConnekt Convention 2019 at Intare Conference Arena on 18 Wednesday./Courtesy
YCC: Youths tipped on being solution oriented
Over 70 children, aged between 4 and 16, are undergoing a two-month-karate training camp during their school holidays in Kigali. Courtesy.
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Talent dev’t is top priority, says Minister Munyangaju
A teacher conducts a lesson in Nyamasheke.
Civil society seeks greater consultations on education sector policy decisions
Officials and youth join residents of Ndaro sector during the launch of Youth Ecobrigade Programme. Courtesy.
How eco-friendly project is empowering youth
A teacher delivers a lesson to pupils of SOS Children Village Kacyiru. Photo: S. Ngendahimana.
Parents welcome discarding Kinyarwanda as primary school language of instruction
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Govt makes U-turn on Kinyarwanda as medium of instruction in schools
Bernard Chanda, 21, speaks during the symposium on stigma and discrimination (Photo by Dan Nsengiyumva)
Activists: ending stigma against HIV/AIDS starts with medics

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