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A wide aerial night view of newly upgraded Amahoro Stadium and BK Arena. The two facilities are part of the proposed Kigali Sports City. Courtesy
Beyond the spectacle: Can Rwanda bridge gap between hosting and competing?
Rehema Kampire, a resident of Rubavu district in Western Rwanda, holds her daughter inside a hospital room. The baby was prematurely born at six months and a half, weighing just 1.3 kilograms. Photo by UNICEF Rwanda
Rwanda can be a country where no woman dies giving life
A group of healthcare professionals at King Faisal Hospital (KFH), one of the largest hospitals in Rwanda, poses for the camera at the hospital in December 2022. PHOTO BY KFH
Rwanda's ‘4x4 Reform’ signals a transformative shift in healthcare
Rwanda was the first African country to integrate drone technology in fighting malaria in 2019. Drones are used to target mosquitoes at their breeding sites. Courtesy photo
Achieving a malaria-free Rwanda by 2030 is possible
Dr Sabin Nsanzimana (R), the Rwandan Minister of Health, and Minata Samate Cessouma, the AU Commissioner for Health, Humanitarian Affairs, and Social Development, shake hands after signing a host agreement for the African Medicines Agency (AMA) in Kigali in June 2023. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Rwanda hosting AMA headquarters could be a game-changer for health in Africa
A view of Saint Petersburg, one of Russia's most popular cities. Net photo
IMF projects Russia to grow faster than all advanced economies
Tribert Rujugiro Ayabatwa's business ventures spanned several sectors, including in tobacco and real estate. Net photo
Exiled Rwandan industrialist Tribert Rujugiro dies at 82
A teen mother snuggles her baby for the camera during a Women's Day event at the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) in Butaro, Burera District, in March 2023. PHOTO BY UGHE.
Teen pregnancy: Fighting access to contraceptives is a distraction from the real battle
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VIDEO: Ethiopian PM Abiy exercises on popular green running track in Kigali
President Paul Kagame, with several heads of state and government, and other senior delegates including BioNTech founder and CEO Ugur Sahin (3rd-L) offically launch BioNTech’s mRNA vaccine manufacturing plant in Kigali on December 18, 2023.
Rwanda's path to pharma self-sufficiency: Strengthening regulatory oversight and building a robust healthcare system
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South Korea passes law banning dog meat
Annnet Uwizeye, the executive producer of 'The 600' film, is pictured here during the recording of this podcast.
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PODCAST: How accidental role in 'Hotel Rwanda' launched Uwizeye's film career
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VIDEO: The rise of Mike Kayihura
Soraya Hakuziyaremye, the Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Rwanda, during the recording of this podcast. CHRISTIANNE MURENGERANTWARI
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PODCAST: Rwanda's war against inflation and stance on cryptocurrency
The meeting brought together business players, investors, and policymakers in Kigali, on September 28. All photos by Craish Bahizi
Business leaders discuss Rwanda economic policies
Workers sort fresh green beans for export at the  privately owned packhouse at Kigali Special Economic Zone in Masoro on September 8,2022. Craish BAHIZI
Rwanda: Five major economic highlights in first six months of 2023
Dr Yvan Butera, the Minister of State at the Ministry of Health, makes a point during a podcast conversation with The Long Form host, Sanny Ntayombya, on Monday, July 10. CHRISTIANE MURENGERANTWARI
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PODCAST: Alcohol consumption is on rise in Rwanda. What next?
Victor Omurunga, a budget expert, speaks to The New Times during the recording of our weekly podcast, The Long Form.
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PODCAST: Will Rwf5 trillion budget jumpstart Rwanda’s economy?

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