Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Ernestine Mukamurara speaks to The New Times after submitting her candidature to the National Electoral Commission for parliamentary elections, on May 24, 2024, in Kigali. Photo by  Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Why Parliamentary aspirant Mukamurara is championing recognition of unpaid care work
Aerial view of the ongoing construction of Muvumba Dam to serve in irrigation at Gabiro Agrucultural Hub. Construction of Muvumba Multipurpose Dam project was allocated Rwf30 billion. Courtesy
Ten key projects to be funded under proposed Rwf5.7tn national budget
Elisabeth Niyirora, 57, a secondary school teacher at Hanika high school in Nyanza District, speaks to journalists after submitting her candidature on Thursday, May 23. PHOTOS BY EMMANUEL NTIRENGANYA
Photos: 57-year-old teacher seeks parliamentary seat in third attempt
Frank Musinguzi (L) shakes hands with the Chairperson of the National Electoral Commission, Oda Gasinzigwa, after submitting his parliamentary candidature on May 22, 2024, in Kigali (courtesy)
Parliamentary elections: Hotelier eager to rally youth for national development
Ideal Democratic Party (PDI)'s Second Vice President  Fatou Harerimana submits a list of 55 candidates to Oda Gasinzigwa, the Chairperson of National Electoral Commission, on May 22. Ntirenganya
PDI has come of age, will now field parliamentary candidates - party leader says
Medics durin neurosurgical operation at Kacyiru District Hospital on January 21, 2020. Minister of Health Dr Sabin Nsanzimana revealed that new medical tariffs will be approved in two weeks.
New medical tariffs to be approved in two weeks – health minister
The Chairperson of the National Electoral Commission (NEC), Oda Gasinzigwa (L) receives a list of 65 parliamentary candidates from the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, represented by its leaders including its chairperson Frank Habineza, and its Secretary-General, Jean Claude Ntezimana, on May 20, 2024, at NEC headquarters in Kigali (courtesy).
Democratic Green Party of Rwanda fields 65 parliamentary candidates
National Electoral Commission (NEC) Chairperson Oda Gasinzigwa interacts with Green Party President Frank Habineza while submitting his party's candidature in Kigali. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Democratic Green Party’s Frank Habineza files his presidential candidature
Social Democratic Party (PSD) Secretary-General Jean-Chrysostome Ngabitsinze submitting the list of his party’s candidates to National Electoral Commission (NEC) Chairperson Oda Gasinzigwa, on Monday, May 20. Photos by Craish Bahizi
PSD fields 66 candidates for parliamentary elections
Miniers sort mines at Rutongo mining site. The Government of Rwanda seeks to propose tougher penalties under a new draft law on mining. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Tougher penalties await errant miners in proposed mining bill
Members of NEC staff (L) check documents of one of aspirants who seek to get a parliamentary position among 24 women MPs (30 per cent quota of 80 MPs making up the Lower House), on May 17, 2024, in Kigali
Parliamentary elections: 28 submit candidatures on day one
Paul  Kagame  formally submits his candidature for presidency to the Chairperson of the National Electoral Commission, Oda Gasinzigwa on Friday, May 17. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Population still confident in Kagame for presidency, says RPF Secretary General
Delegates pose for a group photo as the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) officially handed over the restored land to the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) for inclusion in the Volcanoes National Park On May 18.
Restored land expected to improve habitat for mountain gorillas
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2024 polls: RPF, Liberal Party submit parliamentary candidates
President Paul Kagame submits his candidature to Oda Gasinzigwa, chairperson of the National Electoral Commission (NEC), in Kigali on Friday, May 17. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza for The New Times
Presidential polls: Kagame submits candidature
R-L Stéphanie Gasana (daughter of Oscar Gasana); Eric Nzabihimana, one of the survivors of Bisesero, and Marie Claire Gatayire, the moderator. Photo by Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Daughter reflects on how father's book immortalizes Genocide resistance in Bisesero
The aerial view of the ongoing construction activities of some infrastructure at Gabiro Agribusiness Hub in Nyagatare District.  File
Why Rwanda plans to set up tech to monitor land use
A mining site where illegal mining activities was conducted. According to a new bill in Parliament, landowners who allow people without licenses to carry out mining activities on their land risk punishment. File
Govt mulls punishment for landowners who permit illegal mining activities

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