author

 James Munyaneza
James Munyaneza
MTN chief executive Mapula Bodibe is blindfolded before experiencing what she later described as "overwhelming".
Health
PHOTOS: When the visually impaired became guides: Inside the world of the blind
President Paul Kagame   during a televised interview on Monday, July 4,2022. Courtesy
Kagame says war not a solution to DR Congo crisis
Some of the RPA soldiers who worked on Radio Muhabura. Many Rwandans in the country and in exile were kept abreast of the progress of the liberation struggle thanks to the radio station.
Liberation Day: The capture of Mont Kigali and fall of the capital
The New Times
Kagame, Prince Charles reflect on Rwanda’s past and present
President Paul Kagame delivers remarks during the official opening of the 26th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Kigali on Friday, June 24. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Kagame: Commonwealth should be on the frontlines of global challenges
An aerial view of Kigali's Business District. / File.
Rwanda
Rwanda most effective low-income country - report
President Kagame, Lt Gen Muhoozi Kainerugaba, First Lady Janet Museveni and President Museveni applaud at Muhooziu2019s 48th birthday dinner at State House Entebbe on Sunday, April 24.
Museveni praises Kagame-Muhoozi friendship
Presidents Kagame and Macron at Village Urugwiro in Kigali during the French president's visit to Rwanda in May 2021. The two leaders enjoy close ties.
Kagame congratulates Macron on re-election
Priti Patel, United Kingdomu2019s Home Secretary, during the signing ceremony in Kigali on Thursday, April 14. Photo: Olivier Mugwiza.
Twelve things about historic Rwanda-UK migration deal
Rwandau2019s Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Dr Vincent Biruta and the United Kingdomu2019s Home Secretary Priti Patel exchange documents after signing the five-year deal on relocation of migrants and asylum seekers in Kigali on April 14.  / Photo by Olivier Mugwiza.
Rwanda, UK hail ‘bold’ migration deal
An illustration of the battle for Rebero.
On This Day: How RPA captured Mt Rebero and what it meant
A view of the bombed Parliamentary Buildings (formerly CND) in the years following the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. The structure, which still bears the scars of the ex-FAR artillery attacks to date, houses the Campaign Against Genocide Museum. / Photo: Courtesy.
Rwanda
How Kagame masterminded RPA’s decisive campaign against Genocide within hours
Carlos Alu00f3s Ferrer, the new Head Coach of Amavubi (L) signs a one year deal to coach the national side on Tuesday. On the right is Henry Muhire, the Secretary General of Ferwafa. Photo: Ferwafa.
Rwanda football: Short-termism cannot lead to sustainable results
A child washes her hands at the Wolfram-run Early Childhood Development centre at Gifurwe in Burera District on Friday, March 18.
Childcare services shine a ray of hope on mining sector
ES Nyange head teacher, Father Rene Claude Hakizimana, in front of the monument installed in honour of the extraordinary courage and heroism that characterised the schoolu2019s Senior Six and Five students a quarter century ago.
25 years later, Nyange remembers gruesome attack, student heroes
Schoolchildren use an improvised bridge to cross the Bishenyi stream in Kamonyi on Monday. / Photo: James Munyaneza.
Rwanda
Rwandan women, children at the frontline of climate change
The New Times
Reckoning with impact of Covid on Rwandan children, women
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (L) and Vincent Mashami.
Like Amavubi, Man Utd’s real problem is not in the dugout

Subscribe to The New Times E-Paper