Nadia Lobti
Nadia Lobti
(L-R): Florence Nyirakimonyo, Ancille Mukayiranga and Suzanne Kavira. The latter has worked at the all-female social enterprise for the past eight years.
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Bringing to life ‘community of women breadwinners’, starting with bread
Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14. Internet
How to spend Valentine’s Day as a single person
Some young girls who are members of Club Speak in which they discusss about reproductive health at Groupe Scolaire Mugombwa in Gisagara District. Photo by Samuel Ngendahimana
Tackling school dropout for girls: What is the way forward for Rwanda?
Children and their parents during a delightful sign of holiday spirit, when the five-star hotel ushered in the festive season with a tree lighting ceremony. Photos by Dan Gatsinzi
What is Christmas in Kigali without Radisson’s tree lighting ceremony?
L-R: Ambassador Robert Masozera, Director General of the Rwanda Cultural Heritage Academy, Melody Sango, Programme Manager for Culture Connects at the British Council’s Sub-Saharan Africa Arts, Jemima Kakizi, a multidisciplinary artist and curator, Anne Mazimhaka, Creative Director at Illume studio and Dida Nibagwire, co-founder and director at L’espace.
Survey on Rwanda's creative, cultural industries highlights work ahead
Officials and participants pose for a group photo during the induction ceremony on November 1. All Photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
FEATURED: UR’s regional vaccines centre launches MSc in Pharma, Analysis and Quality Assurance programme
Rwanda Development Board Deputy CEO  Nelly Mukazayire delivers remarks during the  Africa’s New Cities Summit  in Kigali on, Thursday, November 16. Courtesy
First Africa’s New Cities Summit showcases ambitious urbanisation projects
On the first and third Sundays of each month, Kigali’s streets transform into a vibrant sports festival called the Car Free Day. File photo
Slowly but surely, Kigali city is reclaiming streets for people
Boyz II Men's Shawn Stockman ( L) and Wanya Morris
Expect good music and a good time- Boyz II Men
Rwanda has for the third year in a row, ranked best in the region in a rule of law index published by World Justice Project WJP. Courtesy
Rule of law: Rwanda maintains top spot in new index
I&M Bank staff with UN coordinator pose for a group photo at the Umuganda tree-planting event to commemorate this year’s United Nations Day in Bugesera  on October 21. Photos by Ctraish Bahizi
FEATURED: I&M Bank, UN Rwanda mark UN Day with special Umuganda tree-planting in Bugesera
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Flo, Africa’s first organic beer, enters the Rwandan market
Panelists discussing healthcare technology and advanced medical practice during the  Mobile World Congress in Kigali on Wednesday, October 18 . Dan Gatsinzi
How do we fix gender inequality in digital healthcare?
Experts discuss on the enormous impact of mobile money adoption on economic development, poverty reduction, and social equity in Africa  at the Mobile World Congress in Kigali on Thursday, October 19. Emmanuel Dushimimana
This is the economic impact of Mobile Money on Africa's GDP
Arthur Mukembo, the Future Lab Studio Lead at The Innovation Village, while speaking from the Better Future Stage booth at the Mobile World Congress in Kigali, on Wednesday, October 18. Photo by Nadia
Digital strategy experts across Africa push for more collaborative initiatives
Paula Ingabire, Rwanda’s Minister of ICT and Innovation, primarily insists on the need for a collaborative approach. Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Mobile internet use gap in Sub-Saharan Africa: what needs to be done
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Radisson Blu joins the fight against breast cancer
Termii’s salesperson, Olajuwon Abayomi, during his presentation at during the ongoing Mobile World Congress (MWC). He used a 20-minute speech to deliver an avid endorsement of the company. Photo by Nadia
Mobile World Congress: Can this start-up make Africa a major shareholder in engaging businesses?

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