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 Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
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Rwanda
Govt to set up telemetry stations to monitor floods
Hundreds of people in Rubavu District, Western Province have been displaced and communities massively overwhelmed by Sebeya River floods. / Courtesy.
Business
End of woes in sight for farmers affected by Sebeya River floods
An excavator clears debris from Mpazi drainage to enable direct flow of water into Nyabugogo River on Wednesday, April 22. The works to expand the drainage stalled after the project supervisor was found to have used fraudulent means to obtain the tender.
Stalled Mpazi project leaves businesses counting losses
Fidu00e8le Ndayisaba, the NURC Executive Secretary. / Photo: Courtesy.
Rwanda
Rwandans urged to report those spreading genocide ideology
Local publishers are availing childrenu2019s stories through e-learning platforms. / Courtesy.
Children & Education
Local publishers, e-learning developers to unveil children’s books online
Joseph Habiyaremye, Costica Uwitonze and Jean Claude Udahemuka, Rwandan biomedical engineers, from Integrated Polytechnic Regional Centre Kigali, who made the first locally produced ventilator to respond to COVID-19 pandemic. The locally made ventilator will soon hit the market at a cost of USD2000-4000.
Rwandan biomedical engineers to produce ventilators
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Business
10 regional private sector recommendations to mitigate economic impact of COVID-19
Students during last year's national exams. Data entry clerks for 2019 national exams results are complaining of unpaid wages that they were supposed to get early this year.
2019 national exams data entry clerks decry unpaid wages
Janvier Musonera at what is left of his family home in the Kigali suburb of Kimisagara, on Friday, April 17. He is one of several residents whose homes were destroyed by heavy rains that battered the city and other parts of the country on Thursday night. The downpour also destroyed roads, bridges, among others. / Photo: Gad Nshimiyimana.
Rwanda
Nyarugenge families affected by downpour narrate ordeal
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COVID-19: Objects to be wary of touching
Ireu0301neu0301e Ndayambaje, the Director General of Rwanda Education Board . / Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda
Government allocates Rwf463m in tuition subsidies for Teacher Training Colleges
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Rwanda
RIB: 55 cases of genocide ideology registered during commemoration week
Honorine Uwase is part of the team of students who have developed u201cElectronic Claims Management System. /Courtesy photo.
Business
Four college students develop tech-system to reduce motor insurance losses
Beatha Mukangango, a genocide survivor speaks to a journalist in front of her house that was under construction in Ruhango. / File.
Rwanda
FARG in Rwf19 billion shortfall for Genocide survivors’ housing needs
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People
How a rural Genocide survivor became a model farmer
Five suspects who destroyed a Genocide survivoru2019s banana, cassava, beans and soya plantations had been arrested in Nyagasozi village, Buhoro cell in Ruhango sector. / Courtesy
Rwanda
Ibuka condemns destruction of Genocide survivors’ property
About 200 construction workers and subcontractors in Rusizi district are suing the contractor over millions of arrears after building Bweyeye Border post. / File
Business
Bweyeye Border Post workers accuse contractor of Rwf100m in unpaid arrears
Archbishop Thadu00e9e Ntihinyurwa during holy mass at St Michel last year. (File)
Catholics modify Easter celebrations to comply with COVID-19 lockdown

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