Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Emmanuel Ntirenganya
Regis Rugemanshuro, the Director-General of RSSB .File
Retirees’ body appeals for matching pension with cost of living
UR’s Acting Vice Chancellor Assoc. Prof Didas Kayihura Muganga speaks to journalists  in Kigali  on March 28, 2024.Photo by Emmanuel Ntirenganya
UR official on why the university needs greater autonomy
Participants pose for a group photo at the closure of UR’s CEOs and heads of organisations dinner meeting, on March 28, 2024, in Kigali (Emmanuel Ntirenganya)
UR scales up CEO engagement to produce competent graduates
East African Business Council (EABC) Executive Director John Bosco Kalisa during a past interview. File
EA Business Council pushes for raising cap on duty-free goods
A forest that is harvested in Ruli Sector in Gakenke District. Parliament, on March 25, passed a bill governing forests and trees that  prohibits Rwandans from cutting immature trees. PHOTO BY SAM NGENDAHIMANA
Parliament passes bill prohibiting harvest of immature trees
Delegates from the East Africa Standby Force (EASF) member states who are convening in Kigali for a four-day session on Monday, March 25. Courtesy
Eastern Africa Standby Force member states convene in Rwanda for disaster response harmonisation
The new bill is prohibiting the harvesting of ‘immature trees’, and obliging residents to always seek permits to be allowed to cut mature trees. Sam Ngendahimana
Parliament to deliberate on ‘tough’ forest bill
Eric Tabaro Nshimiye, also known as Eric Tabaro Nshimiyimana, 52, was arrested in Uniontown, Ohio for concealing his alleged involvement in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. INTERNET PHOTO
New details emerge about Rwandan engineer arrested in US for Genocide
The United Nations (UN) Secretary-General, António Guterres. Internet
UN boss warns against hatred ahead of Kwibuka
Rwanda Defence Force (RDF), in collaboration with the United States Africa Command (USAFRICOM) and the Nebraska National Guard (NENG), during a joint medical outreach services in Rwamagana. Courtesy
PHOTOS: RDF, US military medics treat 5,000 patients in Rwanda
The East African Development Bank (EADB) faces scrutiny after regional lawmakers called for an investigation. Internet
East African devt bank under scrutiny following public petition
Minister of Gender and Family Promotion, Valentine Uwamariya explaining the relevance of the bill to lawmakers on March 18. Courtesy
Inheritance: How new bill seeks to ensure will authenticity
A new draft law governing the NEC provides its commissioners shall work on a permanent basis for better results. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Four key proposed changes in electoral commission bill
Renowned R&B artiste The Ben and Pamela during their civil wedding. According to the new bill a Rwandan who attains the age of 18 years might be allowed to marry legally.
You could legally marry at 18 in Rwanda, new bill proposes
MP Alodie Iradukunda (standing) moves the motion for the recognition of EALA Youth Caucus as a forum for members of the assembly to promote the full participation of youth in programmes and activities of the East African Community, on March 13, 2024, in Nairobi, Kenya (courtesy).
Why new EALA Youth Caucus matters
Some clients pose for a photo inside Army shop. The government is considering the possibility to include Rwanda Reserve Forces in the beneficiaries of armed forces’ shop (AFOS). Courtesy
Govt mulls plan for reserve forces to benefit from army shop
The Minister of Defence, Juvenal Marizamunda, during his appearance in Parliament on Thursday, March 14 to give detailed explanations of the new proposed changes in the bill governing the Rwanda Defence Force (RDF). He said the new changes are in line with defending the country’s territorial integrity and national sovereignty, as well as boost its peacekeeping missions abroad. Courtesy photo
Proposed changes in RDF aim to strengthen leadership and command - defence minister
EALA members during a plenary sitting that debated and adopted a report of the Assembly’s Committee on Agriculture, Tourism and Natural Resources on assessment of policies and laws on GMOs in EAC, on March 14, 2024, in Nairobi, Kenya. Photo: Courtesy
EAC partner states divided over GMO adoption – report

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