Emmanuel Nkangura
Emmanuel Nkangura
RAB has suspended movement of livestock, trade, milk, and manure in Kayonza District after discovering foot and mouth disease in Gahini, Mwiri and Murundi sectors. Courtesy photo
Foot-and-mouth disease hits Kayonza, livestock quarantined
Officials from Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board (RMB) and Trinity Metals Group, launch a lithium exploration project in  Musha sector, Rwamagana District on November 28. Courtesy
Rwamagana: Rwf3 billion invested in lithium exploration
A view of Akagera valley in Bugesera. The district is a home to nine lakes and three rivers with abundant marshlands.
Bugesera: 90 per cent of wetlands untapped, officials urge investment
Six districts in Rwanda, including Kirehe, Gatsibo, Gicumbi, Karongi, Nyamagabe, and Gisagara, have been provided with classrooms that benefit both the refugees and host communities. All photos: Courtesy
Gisagara: Refugee students inspire local dropouts to return to school
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Tanzania’s 202 Brigade beat RDF 5 Division in football friendly
A farmer irrigates his cabagge plantation in Akagera wetland near Mahama refugee camp.
Mahama refugees turn to farming after relief aid cut
Party members in Eastern Province were urged to participate in the idea-sharing sessions in their respective villages on drafting the 5-year party manifesto, which is set to replace the party's current 7-year manifesto.
Eastern Province: RPF leaders pledge to enhance members' self-reliance
An overspeeding Toyota coaster from Gicumbi heading to Nyagatare failed to keep the right side and rammed into a motorcycle, instantly killing the rider and injuring the passengers. in Ngarama Gatsibo district
Gatsibo: Overspeeding bus kills two
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Kayonza: Six miners perish in a cassiterite mine
The former Governor of Eastern Province, Emmanuel Gasana. Courtesy
Ex-Governor Gasana illegally benefited from irrigation project - Prosecution
The gang demanded that the miners surrender all the minerals they had. When the miners resisted, a violent altercation Pictured is a victim who was struck with a forked hand hoe in the head treating injurues at Rwinkwavu
Kayonza: How mining sector is haunted by illegal miners, cassiterite dealers
The First ever Investment Forum, presented the district's projection of achieving her economic growth among them being a logistics hub in the Eastern Province
First-ever business forum unveils opportunities in Kayonza District
(L-R) FAO Rwanda Country Representative Coumba Sow and the Minister of Agriculture Ildephonse Musafiri touring an foodstuff exhibition booth during the celebration of World Food Day
World Food Day: Rwandans urged to prioritise water resource management
Rwanda National Police in Eastern Province have foiled major theft operations involving over 1,000 tonnes of seeds and fertilisers. Photo: Courtesy.
Eastern Province: Police foil theft of over 1,000 metric tonnes of seeds and fertilisers
One of houses that was damaged by the ongoing underground mining activities in Rwinkwavu sector in Kayonza District. Emmanuel Nkangura
Mining operations in Kayonza raise concerns over safety of residential houses
While acquiring digging equipment may seem costly or challenging,farmers believe linking them with investors who can procure tractors will help them to achieve their agricultural planning targets.  Emmanuel Nkangura
Eastern Province: Farmers call for more investment in agri-machinery
The couple with some of the children under their care. Overwhelmed with empathy, in 2021, 33-year-old Muzabibu, and her husband, Jean Bosco Bamuririmbe, aged 40, stepped up to help the children, and their parents, living in dire conditions in Kabarondo.
From poverty to patronage: How Kayonza’s ‘guardian angels’ are changing lives
After Mahama refugee camp received high-quality 4G internet connections and more than 100 refugees acquired first-hand literacy skills on the digital world.Courtesy
Bridging the digital divide: How phones are unlocking economic opportunities for refugees

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