Glory Iribagiza
Glory Iribagiza
Rob Kucera, District Director East Africa, Complex General Manager – Radisson Blu Hotel & Convention Centre during an interview. Photos by Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: Radisson Blu’s post Covid recovery, plans for 2023
Rwanda is celebrated for being the only low income country to have achieved fast progress towards its nationally set target on upper secondary completion for 2030. Dan Kwizera
Rwanda’s fast education progress celebrated in UNESCO report
Particiapants pose for a group photo during the workshop in Kigali.
Climate change could widen gender gaps - report
BRALIRWA's bus that was attacked by  ‘Abacengezi’ . The genocidal group killed over 25 of the 74 employees onboard. File
Victims of ‘Abacengezi’ BRALIRWA bus attack remembered 25 years on
The High Court in Nyarugenge on Wednesday, January 18  adjourned the appeal hearing of Wang Yang Jian to March 15,2023. File
Court adjourns rape appeal case of Chinese national to March
Wang Yang Jian, a Chinese national who allegedly raped an employee at restaurant in Kigali  2018. The High Court in Nyarugenge will start hearing his appeal on Wednesday, January 18.
Chinese man acquitted of rape back in court on appeal
Students during the electrical installation exercise at IPRC Kigali. Sam Ngendahimana
Commission on the Status of Women to prioritise innovation, technological change
Nzitabakuze washes dishes so as to alleviate his spouse from domestic chores. In most societies, cooking, cleaning, fetching water, and collection of firewood are still considered as women’s work. / Courtesy
Unpaid care work to be valued in divorce settlement cases
Cuban-American singer and songwriter Camila Cabello  as she visits mountain gorillas at Volcanoes National Park. Courtesy
Camila Cabello “luckiest person in the world” after visiting gorillas in Rwanda
Amb. Valentine Rugwabiza poses with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres as she concluded her tour of duty as Permanent Representative of Rwanda
to the UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday, February 23. Amb. Rugwabiza is the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for the Central
African Republic and Head of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic. Photos: Courtesy.
Women’s power, working rights skyrocketed in 2022
Miss Rwanda 2017, Elsa Iradukunda with Miss Rwanda 2022 Divine Muheto with other ladies during a walk at Kigali Car Free Zone. Craish Bahizi
Sundays are for church and sports in Kigali
A bank teller counts money while serving customers at Bank of Kigali head office. The Governor of the National Bank of Rwanda, John Rwangombwa has dismissed claims that there is a ban on third party cheques .File
Central bank rejects move to ban third party cheques
A view of  "Akarwa k'Abakobwa" an island in Lake Kivu that it was reported to be an island for pregnant girls in ancient Rwanda. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Island for pregnant girls, ‘Napoleon’s hat’, sambaza, and all about Karongi
Leonne Laura Uwizihiwe.
Fighting harassment in universities: Lessons from Kepler
Some women parliamentarians during a plenary sitting. Rwanda will host  Women Deliver  Conference 2023  that is slated for mid-July next year. Craish Bahizi
All set for Women Deliver 2023 conference
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Journalists want sexual harassment addressed in revised media policy
Rose Rwabuhihi, the Chief Gender Monitor in the Gender Monitoring Officer. Photo: File.
Chief Gender Monitor weighs in on state of women's right to equality post-genocide
Officials and participants pose for a group photo after the discussions on the impacts of menstrual leave in Kigali on November 3. Courtesy
How ‘menstrual leave’ could improve working conditions for women

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