Jade Natacha Iriza
Jade Natacha Iriza
Youths observe a minute of silence to honour the victims of 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi during a commemoration event at Kigali Genocide Memorial. / Sam Ngendahimana
Struggles of post-genocide generation
Members of Breast Cancer Initiative East Africa (BCIEA) pose for a group photo in the event on April 6. / Courtesy
Breast cancer and knitted knockers, a survivor experience
Over the years, many artistes have sang songs that call for a more united community. Photo/Net
Five songs from young artistes that call for unity and peace
Youth light candles for the victims of the1994 Genocide against the Tutsi during the 25th commemoration at Kigali Genocide Memorial.  Photo /File
The impact of commemoration on post-Genocide generation
Visha Ishimwe and her teammates during an exercise at Bright School in Muhanga District.
Rwanda’s first-ever Lego robotics team completes training
Participants in a group photo after a workshop.
FEATURED: UN Women programme sets out to restore hope among women most affected by Covid-19
Cardinal Antoine Kambanda during the interview with Jade Iriza Natasha in Kigali.
We hand over to young people to ensure a better, peaceful society – Cardinal Antoine Kambanda
If you have a hard time dealing with someone in your life, pinpoint problematic behaviors and talk about it. Photo /Net
Toxic behaviour we keep tolerating
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Education experts root for better education for girls
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Career: Good isn’t good enough when chasing ambition
A traditional wedding event in Eastern Province . File
Cash for cows: An evolving marriage ritual fuels debate
Simon Gicharu, Chairman and Founder of Mount Kenya University Rwanda  and Geraldine Umutesi, Deputy Director General of Imbuto Foundation exchange documents after signing the MoU on March 28. Courtesy
FEATURED: MKU Rwanda boosts Imbuto Foundation with Rwf200 million
Edgar Tougouma, the District Governor of Rotary International in Central Africa speaks to media during his visit in Kigali on on March 24, 2022.
We serve to set an example for the Youth- regional top Rotarian
Remy Lubega, the founder of the Kigali Jazz Junction.
Brace yourselves, big artists are coming – Jazz Junction founder
Elderly survivors whose families wiped out during the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi, interact with members of Peace and Love Proclaimers  during their visit at a facility where they live in Bugesera District on March 24. The facility is a home to 66 'Intwaza'  composed of nine men and 57 women.
Young activists hang out with elderly Genocide survivors
Keep knives, forks, scissors, and other sharp instruments separate from u201csafeu201d kitchen utensils.
Tips for child safety in the kitchen
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Rwandan envoy presents credentials in Bangladesh
College is not enough to prepare you for a job.
Facts to note throughout college

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