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 Heritier Bahizi
Heritier Bahizi
Ariella Kageruka, Head of Tourism and Conservation at the Rwanda Development Board (Second right) during the press briefing. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
Music
Trace Awards and Festival is an economic boost for Rwanda - RDB
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Technology
Top 4 innovations set to transform connectivity in sub-Saharan Africa
Delegates during a session at the Mobile World Congress on Thursday, October 19. PHOTOS BY EMMANUEL DUSHIMIMANA
Technology
Digital mind-set: Transforming African storytelling, entertainment
Jean-Philbert Nsengimana, the Chief Digital Advisor of the Africa Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC), during the 5G Summit held within Mobile World Congress (MWC Kigali) on Wednesday, October 18.
Health
Africa CDC urges 5G investment in healthcare sector
L-R: Angela Wamola, Head of Sub-Saharan Africa at GSMA, Max Cuvellier, Head of Mobile For Development, at GSMA and Saint Doe, MTN Rwanda’s Chief Consumer and Digital Officer during the GSMA media roundtable – Breaking Barriers: Closing The Usage Gap on Wednesday, October 18. COURTESY
Technology
Closing the digital divide: Initiatives, challenges in smartphone affordability
Experts during an interaction session the use of AI. Photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Technology
How AI, frontier tech is fuelling Africa’s digital transformation
Officials pose for a group photo with some of the 75 high school graduates and seniors who completed hands-on software training at eShuri 21st
Century Skills Lab Programme, provided by Data Systems Limited. All photos: Emmanuel Dushimimana
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75 students graduate from eShuri 21st Century Skills Lab
The Rwandan government and SoftBank Corporation on September 24 reached a telecommunications milestone by testing SoftBank's advanced 5G communications technology in the stratosphere.
Technology
Rwanda, SoftBank deliver ‘World’s first 5G connectivity from the stratosphere’
Mazen Mroué, Chief Technology and Information Officer at MTN Group during his presentation on October 17. He discussed the immense potential of 5G deployments in Africa. Photos by Olivier Mugwiza
Technology
Unlocking Africa's potential: 5G set to drive socioeconomic growth
Emmanuel Hamez, Airtel Rwanda Managing Director(R) at the  launch of  ‘ConnectRwanda2.0’ campaign in Kayonza on Monday, October 16. All photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
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PHOTOS: Airtel Rwanda unveils affordable 4G smartphones
The winner DJ Kavori emerged as the victor in the "Mützig Amabeats DJ Competition," defeating his fellow competitors in a finale showdown that took place at Kigali Conference and Exhibition Village (KCEV) on the evening of Saturday, October 14. Photos by Dan Gatsinzi
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PHOTOS: DJ Kavori wins Mützig Amabeats DJ Competition, a recap
Mutzig DJ Amabeats finale is happening on Saturday, October 14. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi.
Music
Gaming, music, art: Kigali’s six must attend events
Dancer Thierry Ishimwe, known as Titi Brown, is a suspect of defilement. PHOTO BY INYARWANDA.COM
Law
Dancer Titi Brown’s defilement case verdict set for November 10
During the scouting process, the initial goal was to identify 30 promising young players to join the Bayern Munich Academy Rwanda. 43 prospects and an additional seven reserves made the final shortlist before 20 were disqualified last week over age-fixing. Courtesy
Football
What does it take to join Bayern Munich Academy Rwanda?
President Kagame meets Chairman and CEO from LG Corporation, Kwang Mo Koo and delegation in Kigali at Village Urugwiro on Thursday, October 12. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Technology
Kagame, LG Corporation delegation talk education, tech, electronics
Rwandan students receiving certificates of achievement for the project, flanked by the Rwanda Space Agency CEO, CFO, and CTO. Courtesy RSA
Technology
Six Rwandan students develop tech to power China’s first AI satellite
Some delegates including doctors, nurses, police officers, legal aid personnel, and crime investigators associated with Isange One Stop Center
Rwanda
RIB hosts multidisciplinary training to enhance services at Isange One Stop Centers
Kenyan athlete Kelvin Kiptum completed the Chicago Marathon in two hours and 35 seconds breaking the world record on Sunday, October 8. COURTESY
Kiptum, Kenyan coached by Rwanda’s Hakizimana, sets new ‘Marathon World Record’

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