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 Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Delegates from BAL and local basketball community  engaged  community service, at Kimironko Sports and Community Space, in Kigali on Saturday, May 25. Photo Christianne Murengerantwari
Rwanda
PHOTOS: Imbuto Foundation, BAL celebrate African Day through Umuganda
A section of houses at the Urukumbuzi Estate commonly known as Kwa Dubai.
Crime
Verdict in ‘Dubai’ case postponed
Participants pose for a group photo at a one day workshop in Kigali on May 22. Dan Gatsinzi
Featured
FEATURED: Recognizing Women's Distinct and Critical Role in Peacekeeping and in Preventing the Recruitment and Use of Children in Armed Violence
Eugene Barikana, a former lawmaker, was detained on May 11 over illegal possession of firearms. Courtesy (1)
Crime
Prosecution seeks two-year sentence for former MP Barikana
UK’s Deputy Foreign Secretary and Minister for Development and Africa, Andrew Mitchell. File
Women
New UK higher education programme to benefit women across Africa, Asia
Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente on May 17 met with Guinea's Prime Minister Amadou Oury BAH, who was in Rwanda to attend the 2024 Africa CEO Forum.
Africa
Prime Minister Ngirente, Guinea counterpart meet to enhance bilateral ties
Members of Irembo and Our Past Initiative pose for a group photo with families of Genocide survivors in Rulindo District on May 16.
Featured
Irembo, Our Past Initiative support Genocide survivors in Rulindo District
Andrew Kalisa, the founding head teacher of Apred-Ndera Secondary School, passed on early this week. Courtesy
People
Andrew Kalisa, a truly remarkable person: Tributes pour in for deceased APRED Ndera school founder
Former Rwandan teacher Oscar Kimanuka from Kabarnet High School was surprised by his formers students in Kigali on May 11. Craish Bahizi (1)
Education
PHOTOS: Rwandan teacher honored by former Kenyan students after nearly four decades
Representatives from private companies, public entities and non-profit organisations attending a workshop
Featured
Access to Finance: IFE embarks on technical workshops ahead of sector-open call for proposals
Some of the 3024 graduates pose for a group photo during Rwanda Polytechnic's 7th graduation ceremony at BK Arena on Thursday, May 9. All photos by Dan Gatsinzi
Featured
FEATURED: Over 3,000 graduates from Rwanda Polytechnic mark first BTech cohort
Official during a press conference  on the commencement of the fifth judiciary week on May 6
Law
Alternative dispute resolution centre set to begin operations – official
Members of the French Business Club in Rwanda, known as ‘Le Club d'affaires francais au Rwanda, observe a moment of silence to pay tribute to the victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi at Nyamata Genocide Memorial on Friday, May 3. Photos by Craish Bahizi
Kwibuka
French Business Club along side With European Business Chamber of Rwanda honours Genocide victims
RNP testing and licensing department has announced the official commencement of e-driving tests, the ‘Driving eTesting System,’ starting Monday, May 6. Christianne Murengerantwari
Rwanda
E-driving tests set to start: What you need to know
Traffic police officers invigilate a driving test exam in Kigali. Following a cabinet meeting on Thursday, April 25, Rwandans could soon do driving tests using automatic transmission vehicles. File
Rwanda
Police sheds light on automatic driving test rollout, urges drivers to mind traffic rules
Officials of Vivendi Group’s subsidiaries in Rwanda lay wreaths to pay tribute to victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi at Nyanza Genocide Memorial in Kicukiro on Tuesday, April, 30. All photos: Craish Bahizi.
Kwibuka
Kwibuka: Vivendi Group pays tribute to Genocide victims, calls for ‘never again’
The New Times
Law
Verdict in ‘Dubai’ trial set for May amidst property confiscation controversy
Genocide suspect Emmanuel Nkunduwimye, also known as 'Bomboko'. Internet
Crime
Belgium: Witnesses pin Emmanuel Nkunduwimye for role in Genocide

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