Glory Iribagiza
Glory Iribagiza
Sandra Teta.
Rwandan envoy to Uganda confirms Sandra Teta is back in Kigali
Ku Kirengeu2019 (on the foot), a place that is home to u2018Ikirenga cultural centre,u2019 where a rock believed to have a footprint of Ruganzu is on display .All photos by Dan Nsengiyumva
‘Ku Kirenge cya Ruganzu:’ The mystery of the royal footprint
A traditional ballet entertain visitors at  the former residence of  Kigeli IV Rwabugiri in Rubengera in Karongi District.
A trip to Rubengera, where King Kigeli IV Rwabugiri used to live
Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente gives cows to residents of Rulindo during Umuganura event on August 5. All photos by Dan Nsengiyumva
PM gifts cows to vulnerable families in celebration of Umuganura
A traditional table set-up at Ikirenga Cultural Centre in Rulindo District. Sorghum cake, vegetables and milk were important meals in Rwanda. Photos: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Umuganura and the values behind it
A picture of a reportedly battered Sandra Teta (L) and the socialite with singer Weasel who is said to have beaten her on several occasions. / File
Rwanda’s envoy to Uganda speaks out on Sandra Teta’s situation
Cindy Ruta, a Rwandan entrepreneur produces mayonnaise during the interview on July 20.
Meet Cindy Ruta, the brains behind Made-in-Rwanda ketchup, mayo
Robert Masozera, the Director General of the Rwanda Cultural Heritage. Photo: File.
When culture meets activism in quest for gender equality
Gu00e9rard Nsabimana, Director of the Market Conduct Supervision Department at the National Bank of Rwanda during the interview on July 6. Photo: Courtesy.
New loan comparator will increase consumers’ bargaining power – NationalBank of Rwanda
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Sixty-three years later, King Rudahigwa’s death remains a mystery
Flore-Agnu00e8s Zoa, Boubacar Boris Diopu2019s editor, addresses the audience during the signing of u2018Murambi, the book of bonesu2019 at Norrsken House in Kigali on July 15. Photos: Courtesy.
‘Book of Bones’ author, editor on need to uphold Genocide literature
Divine Akimana poses for a picture illustrating how their reusable sanitary pads can be worn. Photo by Craish Bahizi
The enduring struggle with period poverty
Boubacar Boris Diop at his book signing in Kigali on July 15
Genocide: Book on Murambi Tutsi massacre to be published in 17 languages
Clients at Marina Bella salon where natural hair dressing services are provided in Kigali.
How natural hair movement is taking shape in Kigali
Bugesera residents during a meeting. While the global community celebrates the World Population Day every July 11, this yearu2019s celebration in Rwanda coincides with the 5th Population and Housing Census.
World Population Day: How to ensure demographic resilience
Massamba Intore during his performance at  Inkotanyi concert on Friday, July 8. Masamba was mainly singing liberation songs to mark the 28th anniversary of the Liberation .All Photos by Craish Bahizi
IN PICTURES: Kigalians salute Inkotanyi in liberation concert
Participants during a meeting to unveil the new electronic tool that will help districts and the City of Kigali to consistently monitor and report on the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
RALGA unveils new technology to monitor SDGs in districts
The writer and her pals enjoy their time out during the picnic. Photo: Courtesy.
Picnics: Kigalians finally enjoying their green?

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