Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Participants during a walk  at the closure of celebrations marking the end of the 14th International Week of the Deaf on Friday, September 22. Courtesy
Sign language must be used anywhere for inclusive devpt – Rwanda union of the deaf
A teacher helps a child while reading a book at Ecole Primaire Kimisange. REB has revealed that Rwanda needs Rwf14 billion to ensure that every pupil or student gets a textbook at school. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
Rwf14bn needed annually to address book shortage in schools – REB
University of Rwanda officials (front row on the left) during the PAC hearings on September 20, 2023, at the parliamentary building in Kigali. PHOTO BY EMMANUEL NTIRENGANYA
UR on spot over ‘excluding’ SMEs from its tenders
Prisoners at the High Court for a hearing session  in Kigali in 2021. File
Sign language in courts: What does it mean?
A view of  King Faisal Hospital. The hospital seeks to address a more than Rwf12 billion loss accumulated over time, it has emerged.
King Faisal Hospital outlines measures to mitigate losses
A view of a flooded  Gisozi-Karuruma bridge in Gasabo District. PAC has expressed dissatisfaction with the City of Kigali officials over the delayed construction of that bridge. Courtesy
CoK faces backlash over delayed bridge construction
Rwanda FDA Director General, Emile Bienvenu (centre in the left row), makes a point during PAC hearings on September 14, 2023, at Parliamentary Buildings in Kigali (Emmanuel Ntirenganya).
FDA vows to strengthen food safety checks
A new proposed bill by the government aims to make it obligatory for residents seeking to harvest forests or trees for various purposes to obtain permits from competent authorities. Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda’s ‘tougher’ forest bill stirs public debate
Senator William Ntidendereza has passed on at the age of 72. Courtesy
Senator William Ntidendereza dies at 72
The best performer-students in a test prepared by ADEPR Church for its schools pose for a photo with officials, after being awarded with school materials and fees for the next academic year. (ADEPR)
FEATURED: Over 28,000 needy students get scholarships from ADEPR
The policy and legal coordinator at Transparency International Rwanda, Colette Ndabarushimana, speaks to The New Times on July 5, 2023, in Kigali Photo by Emmanuel Ntirenganya.
Watchdog calls for 'safe spaces' for whistleblowers
Officials unveil AGRA’s new five-year Rwanda Strategic Plan, on August 14. All photos: Courtesy.
AGRA’s Rwanda strategy offers agribusiness opportunities for youth
Workers on duty at Inyange Industries in Kigali. The firm is among the 35 companies listed in the Gazette that can import sugar duty-free this year. File
Why 35 Rwandan firms can import sugar duty-free this year
 AGRA’s Regional Head, East and Southern Africa, Jean Jacques Mbonigaba Muhinda, during an interview with The New Times, on August 12, 2023, ahead of the launch of a new five-year country strategy in Rwanda (Photos by Emmanuel Ntirenganya).
AGRA to double investment in Rwanda’s agric sector under new strategy
Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr Vincent Biruta and his counterpart Jin Park, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea after signing the MoU in Kigali on Saturday, August 12. Courtesy
Rwanda, South Korea sign cooperation pacts
A member of RDF medical personnel and that of US armed force personnel examine a medical condition affecting a child in Bugesera District (courtesy)
Photos: RDF, US medics treat 2,000 Rwandan patients
Automatic cars may soon be considered in driving tests. PHOTO BY PLAISIR MUZOGEYE
Law Reform Commission to complete review of road traffic bill by August 18
Patients wait for medical services in Burera District. The number of vulnerable households eligible for support by the government was slashed by 74.4 per cent from 450,000 to 115,000 in  fiscal year.  File
Vulnerable households eligible for Mutuelle de Santé support drop by 74%

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