Michel Nkurunziza
Michel Nkurunziza
Prof Alexis Butera (centre) leads other doctors during an operation on a patient at King Faisal Hospital recently. / Sam Ngendahimana
Over three million suffer from respiratory diseases annually – report
Mara Corporation CEO, Ashish Thakkar and Managing Director of Kinunu Wonders Ltd. Sonia Kubwimana during the Made in Africa Leadership Conference in Kigali on June 6, 2019. / Craish Bahizi
First Rwandan smartphone hits market in two months
L-R: Eng. Colletta Ruhamya, director-general of Rwanda Environment Management Authority; Fatina Mukarubibi, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment; and Stephen Rodriques, UNDP Resident Representative in Rwanda during the official launch of the Third National Communication report on climate change, in Kigali yesterday. The report, which was prepared by REMA under the auspices of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, provides an inventory of greenhouse gases in the country and mitigation measures. It was unveiled during an event to mark the World Environment Day in Kigali. / Nadege Imbabazi
Agriculture contributes 70% of greenhouse gas emissions in Rwanda – report
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo visits an exhibition in Kigali yesterday. / Nadu00e8ge Imbabazi
Mayor Hidalgo visits women project funded by Paris city
The move is aimed at inspiring more girls to join the science field as well as help improve quality of education. / Michel Nkurunziza
Teaching Assistantship Project: An opportune mission to attract girls into sciences
Participants look at the artistu2019s impression of the proposed estate at the site in Rugarama, Nyamirambo yesterday. Craish Bahizi.
Govt seeks more investors to meet 310,000 unit demand for housing
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Muslims urged to uphold values of love as they celebrate Eid al-Fitr
Briquettes in a burner. There are plans to scale up the use of briquettes in the country by starting with large scale users of wood fuel, such as police and military camps, prisons, schools, and hotels.Net photo.
Private sector called on to diversify investment in environmentally conscious fuels
Over 5,000 school dropout girls are benefitting from the support. Photos by Michel Nkurunziza.
Meet school dropouts keen on generating high income through TVET skills application
The software will control veterinary doctorsu2019 identification, quality and their capacity so as to avoid poor services. / Sam Ngendahimana
New software to streamline veterinary services in Rwanda
Rwamagana based steel factory, SteelRwa is one of the factories that will be inspected. / File
Construction, manufacturing industries on the spot over air pollution
An artistic impression of the Rugarama estate to be built in Nyamirambo Sector in Nyarugenge.
Who qualifies to own a home in proposed 2,000-unit affordable housing estate in Nyamirambo?
Officials at the meeting with residents of City of Kigali on Tuesday. Courtesy.
Cyber crime cost Rwanda economy Rwf6bn in 2018
Teen mothers are benefitting from savings associations.
Teen mothers on how TVET is transforming their lives
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2,000 affordable housing units to be built in Rugarama estate
Jeannot Ruhunga, the Secretary General of Rwanda Investigation Bureau, said that at least 113 cases of cybercrimes of which 64 were committed in Kigali city were recorded last year. / Courtesy
Cyber fraud led to economic loss of Rwf6bn in 2018 – RIB
On Sunday 26th may 2019 remains of 15629 bodies of genocide victims were accorded decent burial
Nyamasheke: 15,629 Genocide victims accorded decent burial
A writing and reading culture must start at an early age. Michel Nkurunziza.
Children & Education
Why it is essential to encourage young writers

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