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 Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Commuters look so disappointed as they are stranded at Nyabugogo Taxi Park while heading upcountry to celebrate Christmas with their families, on Saturday, December 24. All Photos by Craish Bahizi
Economy
Photos: Three-day public transport crisis bites upcountry commuters
Cardinal Antoine Kambanda celebrated a mass on Thursday with children who are preparing for Christmas.
Culture
Catholics in high Christmas celebration gear
ACP Desire Gumira, the RPC central region and ACP Gerard Mpayimana, the Commissioner for Traffic and Road Safety during a news briefing ahead of the festive seasons in Rwanda, on December 22. While addressing journalists, ACP Mpayimana revealed that Rwanda National Police will deploy more police officers, mobile cameras, patrols, and cars on the roads and arrest those with over-speeding as well as alcotests to detect drunk driving during the festive season countrywide. Courtesy
Security
Festive season: Police vow to crackdown on drunk driving
Residents wade through a flooded road at Gakinjiro in Kigali.  File
Environment
Meteo Rwanda explains changes in weather forecast
President Paul Kagame leads the ceremony to break ground to kick-start the construction of the BioNTech vaccine manufacturing plant in Rwanda  on June 23. Photo by Willy Mucyo
Health
BioNTainer facilities for vaccine production to arrive in Rwanda in 2023
An artistic impression of the Kigali Golf Resort and Villas project that will have gold course, hotel, real estate, lake, eco-park among others. Courtesy
Housing
Over $300m to be invested in real estate project near Kigali Golf Resort & Villas
Jeanne d’Arc Mujawamariya, the Minister for Environment speaks at the UN Biodiversity Conference in Montreal which was concluded on Monday, December 19, 2022. Courtesy
Environment
Rwanda welcomes global deal to save species from extinction
Visitors and officials pose for a group photo after a guided tour of of  Kitabi Tea Factory as Rwanda Mountain Tea Ltd  celebrated with farmers and tea pluckers their annual Tea Farmers’ Day across all their 8-tea gardens and factories on Thursday December 15. All Photos by Craish BAHIZI
Featured
FEATURED: Rwanda Mountain Tea celebrates Tea Farmers’ Day
Workers offload a store of some imported products at Dubai Port in Kigali. Tax on imported food and cosmetics have drastically increased. Craish Bahizi
Business
Consumers to dig deeper after tax hikes
Outstanding sexual reproductive health and rights reporters awarded
Featured
HDI awards top reproductive health journalists
Jeanne D’arc Mujawamariya, Rwanda’s Minister for environment speaks at  the UN Biodiversity Conference known as COP15 running from December 7 to December 19 in Montreal, Canada. Courtesy
Environment
Experts express concerns over biodiversity species at risk of extinction
A resident cooks his meal through biogas in Huye District. The Government of Rwanda is considering the introduction of sustainable and affordable technologies to produce biogas for cooking. File
Energy
Govt seeks new technologies to make biogas affordable
President Paul Kagame receives the 2022 Outstanding African Leadership Award for exemplary Covid-19 response. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Health
Kagame honoured in US for 'exemplary response' to Covid-19
Some of the demolished houses at Kicukiro -Sahara as the City of Kigali starts the first phase of constructing 35 Kilometres. According to City of Kigali officials  at least 1,303 households will be expropriated as the City of Kigali starts the first phase. All photos by Craish Bahizi
Infrastructure
PHOTOS: Over 1,300 households to make way for new Kigali roads
The young innovator, Peace Ndoli (3rd from left side), the founder of Lifesten health secured $250,000 for fighting cardiovascular diseases in Kigali.
Technology
Rwanda’s innovator of the year wins $250,000 prize
Rwanda National Police's traffic officers inspect air pollution of vehicles in Rwamagana on May 23. Courtesy
Environment
Rwanda could save $200 million by reducing air pollution - report
Doctors conduct medical operations at Masaka Hospital. PSF Members could soon start benefiting from a ‘Health Insurance Saving Scheme’ established by Private Sector Federation (PSF). Photo by Craish BAHIZI
Health
PSF to set up members’ Health Insurance Saving Scheme
(L-R) National Commission for Human Rights Chairperson, Marie-Claire Mukasine,  Emmanuel Ugirashebuja, the Minister of Justice and Attorney General and Ozonnia Ojielo, the UN Resident Coordinator in Gisagara District. Courtesy
Rwanda
International Human Rights Day: Rwanda’s journey

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