Eddie Nsabimana
Eddie Nsabimana
BBOXX Rwanda employees pose for a-group photo to celebrate the Customer Service Week
FEATURED: BBOXX celebrates Customer Service Week
Senderi International Hit. (Courtesy photos)
Pay us or you’ll be fined, musicians to consumers
Some UR officials during the Alumni Get Together Evening on Friday.
FEATURED: Alumni meet as University of Rwanda marks five years
Minister Busingye chats with officials after the opening of RIBu2019s consultative workshop on services delivery for fair justice in Rwanda on Thursday. Sam Ngendahimana.
Busingye wants civil society to play role in crime prevention
All the contestants before announcing the winner
Umutoniwase to represent Rwanda at Miss Earth 2018
Dj Ira is one of the most popular female DJs in the country. Courtesy.
How disc jockeying is evolving in Rwanda
People with hearing and speaking impairments during a walk to celebrate the International Day of Sign Language in Kigali yesterday. S. Ngendahimana.
Activists want sign language made an official language
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Sale of local cement plant suspended to give talks a chance
Festival goers shop for jewelries at the just concluded Kigali Arts Festival.
Local artisans impress at Kigali Arts Festival despite low turn-up
P Fla. File.
Rapper P Fla talks music, new relationship
Some of the art products that will be showcased during the Kigali Arts Festival at Marasa Umubano Hotel on Saturday.
Kigali Arts Festival returns this weekend
Gatare during the interview. Eddie Nsabimana.
New law will help drive investor appetite for mining – Gatare
Uwayesu beat all odds to move from a life on the streets in Kigali to being a graduate of Harvard. Courtesy.
Justus Uwayesu: From street life to Harvard University
Good Samaritans help remove tree branches that fell off a car in downtown Kigali after the Wednesday evening rains. / Courtesy
Kigali City moves to fell old street trees to avert disasters
Mukamana during a meeting on land policy last week. File.
Government resumes registration of state land
P Fla (R) during the first edition of u2018Ibwiza Iwacuu2019 festival. Photos by Eddie Nsabimana
Local artistes join hands to fight drug abuse
The Just Family trio is composed of (L-R): Croidja, Bahati, and Shema. Courtesy.
Will Croidja’s return resurrect Just Family?
Philip Nzaire, the Director of Quality Assurance at RSB, speaking to the media. Eddie Nsabimana.
Standards body launches crackdown on substandard beer

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