Glory Iribagiza
Glory Iribagiza
Frank Gisha Mugisha, the Director General of Rwanda Chamber of Tourism(Right) briefs the media on the upcoming Tourism week . Photo by  Dan Kwizera Gatsinzi
Tourism Week set for November, focusing on Intra-Africa travel
Robert Masozera, the Director General of the Rwanda Cultural Heritage, officially receives more than

4,000 sounds and songs that were conserved by the Royal Museum of Central Africa in Belgium, on
Thursday, October 28, 2021. Photo: Courtesy.
Cultural heritage body to unveil sounds, songs recorded during colonial period
Officials in group photo at the International Corrections and Prisons Association in USA.
RCS boss in US for global corrections, prisons meet
An inmate at Muhanga Prison during an ECD class teaching her students their body parts in English. 
Photos: Olivier Mugwiza.
A baby class inside 'Gitarama' prison
First Lady Jeannette Kagame awards one of the 784 best performing school girls  during the celebration of the  10th anniversary of the International Day of the Girl, in Musanze District  October 11. Courtesy
Supporting girls is not ignoring boys- First Lady
First Lady Jeannette Kagame in a group photo with some of the 784 best performing school girls who were awarded during the event in Musanze. / Photos: Imbuto Foundation
First Lady awards best performing girls
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What International Day of the girl is all about
Lust is often used to explain why a sexual offender committed the crime. / Net photo
‘Lust’ and other sexual violence myths, misconceptions
New prices for petroleum products will see a litre of gasoline costing 1,580 Rwf, down from 1,609 Rwf, while a litre of diesel will cost 1,587 Rwf, down from 1,607 Rwf. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Fuel prices go down
The University of Rwanda, Gikondo Campus. The report shows that the UR raised a red flag against corruption in education, alleging that some of its lecturers were seeking sexual favours from students in exchange for better grade. Photo: File.
Sextortion: A ‘hidden vice’ in varsities
80-year-old Théopiste Nyirabikali talks to the writer in Kinigi. She is one of more than 80 residents
who have started benefiting from development activities aimed at supporting communities living
around the park. All photos: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Kinigi: Where residents are reaping the 'gorilla dividend'
Some cooked beans served at a restaurant in Kigali. Photo: File.
How beans became an important part of Rwandan cuisine
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Rwandan artiste threatened with sex tape leak- what the law says
Melinda Gates and her husband, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, co-founders of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, attend a United Nations' Every Woman, Every Child news conference in New York September 24, 2015. REUTERS/Pearl Gabel
New report paints grim picture for global gender equality
Bruce Clarke, a French visual artist who worked as an artistic advisor during the construction of the space, speaks at the inauguration of the garden  on Sunday . Dan Nsengiyumva
French artist explains origin of Nyanza-based Jardin de la Mémoire
Brigitte Mukantaganda, 39, who has been part of the fashion house since 2003, seen here in her shop. / Dan Nsengiyumva
From wearing skins to dressing the world – evolution of Rwandan couture
Nurveen Ratty, the Founder and Executive Creative Director of Crayons Couleur Ltd, addresses the event during the official launch of his company's operation in Rwanda. / Photos by Craish Bahizi
Mauritian marketing firm eyes Rwandan market
The United Kingdom king, Charles III addresses the nation  on September 9. Courtesy
Charles III pays tribute to late mother in first address as king

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