Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Members of Parliament during their session on February 20. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Lack of minimum wage should trigger legislation change - MPs
A view of Nasho Solar-powered irrigation Project that was established to boost productivity. According to a study, by 2050, there will be no less than 12,433 km² of agricultural land in Rwanda. Courtesy
Agriculture land ‘must be protected’ to feed increasing population
The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) during a session in Bujumbura. They have  raised concerns about the East African Community (EAC) Council of Ministers' substandard and delayed reporting.
EALA pokes holes in 'EAC reports silent on integration progress'
A collage of five indicted Genocide suspects living in the UK. Top row (L-R): Célestin Mutabaruka and Dr Vincent Bajinya. Bottom row (L-R):Charles Munyaneza,Célestin Ugirashebuja and Emmanuel Nteziryayo.Photos: File.
29 years after Genocide, over 1,000 suspects still at large
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Regional MPs push member states to pay EAC remittances
Members of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) during a session in Bujumbura, Burundi on April 5,2023. Courtesy
Long term political solution will fix DR Congo situation - EAC Lawmakers
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EALA MPs criticise extension of EAC monetary union deadline
Dianah Mukundwa, Equity Bank Rwanda's Head of Strategy, Investment and Social Impact speaks at the recent Equity Women Forum. Courtesy
Insurance that covers maternity leave: How Equity's products are empowering women financially
A voter talks to the electoral commission's volunteers before casting his vote during parliamentary elections in 2018. Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda presidential, parliamentary elections: Key proposed constitutional changes
Students have  meal through school-feeding program at Groupe Scolaire Ayabaraya in Kicukiro District on Monday, February 28. Craish Bahizi
School food procurement to be coordinated at district level
Some layer chickens are feed at Gikomero Poultry Farm in Gasabo District. Poultry farmers
said animal feed is too expensive and continues to be a major constraint on poultry
productivity. Photo: Sam Ngendahimana
Why pig, poultry profitability relies on low-cost feed
Students in a group work practical exercise at Fawe Girls’ School-Kigali in February 2023. Photo: File.
Laboratory shortage ‘could trigger change in national examinations’
Groupe Scolaire Ndera, a school in Gasabo District, Kigali, currently spends Rwf27,000 on each stère – a unit of volume equal to one cubic metre – of
wood fuel. Photo: Courtesy.
Will school feeding deter Rwanda’s green ambitions?
Partners and the church leaders in a group photo at the event on Sunday, March 26.
FEATURED: Inside ADEPR’s Rwf40bn socio-economic support in 2022
A voter talks to the electoral commission's volunteers before casting his vote during parliamentary elections in 2018. Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda’s Constitution to change for presidential, parliamentary poll harmonisation
Members of Political Parties Forum during a consultative meeting on the role of political organisations in promoting Rwandans’ unity and resilience  on Friday, March 24. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Political parties urged to act against genocide ideology
The President of Rwanda Association of Midwives, Josephine Murekezi, and UNFPA country representative, Kwabena Asante-Ntiamoah, during the signing ceremony in Kigali on March 23. Photos by Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: UNFPA, midwives’ union partner to curb maternal deaths
Adeline Umukunzi shows mushrooms from one of the shelters in which she grows the crop, on her farm located in Muko Sector, Musanze District, on Saturday, March 18, 2023. Emmanuel Ntirenganya
How women are championing nutrition through Agribusiness

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