Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Delegates at the meeting organized by One Acre Fund Rwanda to discuss the achievements in agriculture in the last two seasons (2024AB) and the action plan for the 2025AB seasons, in Kigali on Tuesday, May 7. Courtesy.
One Acre Fund Rwanda boosts the income for over 850,000 farmers
One of the 26 houses destroyed by landslides on a hill in Gakenke District on Sunday, May 5. Courtesy
Gakenke landslides demolish 26 houses, destroy crops
Legal experts from Central African countries pose for a group photo in Kigali on May 3. The statement follows a week-long assembly of the network for environmental lawyers from Central African countries. Courtesy
Rwanda to host headquarters of Central Africa environmental legal experts’ network
Rwandan exhibitors pose for a  photo during the Coffee Expo Seoul 2024”, the biggest coffee exhibition in South Korea, which took place on March 21-24. Courtesy
Rwanda’s green coffee secures market in Korea
Participants follow a presentation during the training on “Communication Skills for Engineering Professionals” on Thursday, May 3. Photo by Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: Engineers in Rwanda hone soft skills through specialised training programme
A teacher helps a student to read a book during a class at GS Kimisange. REB has announced plans to spend Rwf12 billion to distribute laptops to 25,000 primary school teachers. Gatsinzi
25,000 primary school teachers to get laptops
The Gacaca court system, in 10 years, tried more than 1.9 million crimes related to the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
Rwanda’s Gacaca courts praised at sciences conference
Heavy rains have led to the collapse of several houses across the country, according to a report from the Ministry in Charge of Emergency Management (MINEMA). 49 people have also lost lives in the last two months. File
49 people lose lives as Rwanda records 300 disaster cases in two months
Minister of Environment, Jeanne d'Arc Mujawamariya disposes plastic waste in a dustbin during the launch of a project to manage single use plastics in 2022. File photo
Govt calls on legal experts to support global treaties on plastic waste
A view of river Rubyiro burst its banks and damaged rice plantation in Rusizi District. File
Households along Rubyiro, Cyagara river banks to be relocated amid fears of floods
Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente  delivers remarks at the 5th International Network for Governmental Science Advice Conference (INGSA) at Kigali Convention Centre in Kigali on Tuesday, April 30. Photo Courtesy
PM Ngirente advocates for skilled workforce to meet labour market demands
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Mine workers’ written contracts increase, safety still key concern
Workers on duty at Pink Mango garment factory at Kigali special economic Zone. Rwanda marks Labour Day  under the national theme “30 years Fostering Youth Led Employment.” Craish Bahizi
Labour Day: 80% of new jobs filled by young people every year
A view of a flooded  Ngororero-Muhanga road near Nyabarongo river, after heavy rains that  disrupted travel  on April 1. Nyabarongo is listed among the rivers that could cause floods. Courtesy
Rwanda’s rivers ‘likely to burst their banks’ as regional countries face flood crisis
A residential area  in Rusororo Sector, Gasabo District. Rwanda is developing a strategy to provide subsidies for individuals seeking to purchase affordable housing instead of solely focusing on investors in this sector. .Sam Ngendahimana.
Authorities mull revised affordable housing subsidy strategy
National Electoral Commission (NEC) Chairperson Oda Gasinzigwa, on Tuesday, April 30, warned independent candidates against forging signatures as they seek to fulfill essential criteria. Parliamentary and presidential elections are scheduled for July 14 to July 16. Courtesy
Presidential aspirants warned against forging endorsement signatures
This toolkit will assist parents, teachers, and guardians in educating children and youth on sexual and reproductive health to address teen pregnancies.
Rwanda to use UNESCO model to reduce teenage pregnancies
A section of Kigali-Muhanga road in Nkoto Cell, Rugarika Sector, Kamonyi District, that was destroyed by heavy rains on Monday, April 29. Courtesy
Weather forecaster warns of heavy floods, rainstorms, landslides in first week of May

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