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 Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Faustin Ntezilyayo, the Chief Justice(C) graced the official launch ofthe new law portal (www.amategeko.gov.rw)  which took place in Kigali on Friday  on November 25. Courtesy
Law
New Law portal is ‘game changer’ in justice-beneficiaries
Faustin Ntezilyayo, the Chief Justice delivers remarks  during the official launch of the portal which took place on November 25. Courtesy
Law
Over Rwf 1bn invested in online access for legal instruments
Nyarugenge Intermediate Court will  deliver its ruling in a case involving Dieudonne Ishimwe  on December 2.
Crime
Prince Kid verdict set for next week
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Law
New portal to ease access to legal instruments
The Kicukiro Primary Court has granted bail to Diogène Mulindahabi, the principal of IPRC-Kigali, on Tuesday, November 22. File
Law
IPRC-Kigali suspects granted bail
Kicukiro primary court has granted bail Jean-Jacques Mugisha, Head of Rwanda's mission to the Commonwealth Games, and Jean de Dieu Mukundiyukuri, the Executive Director at RNOSC. Courtesy
Crime
Senior Olympic officials released on bail
Mulindahabi and 11 co-accused have been granted bail, while six others have been remanded. File
Law
IPRC-Kigali boss, 12 others granted bail in embezzlement case
International students from the Institute of Legal Practice and Development Nyanza Campus lay A wreath at Kigali Genocide Memorial, on Monday, November 21. Courtesy.
Rwanda
Over 100 international law students pay tribute to Genocide victims
Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente delivers remarks  during the event that marked the end of the 20th Taxpayer Appreciation Month on November 19. Courtesy
Rwanda
PM calls for greater EBM uptake
Diogene Mulindahabi, the Principal of IPRC Kigali campus,is one of 19 other suspects who are being prosecuted over several charges including theft, forgery, and embezzlement, among other charges. File
Crime
Bail ruling for IPRC Kigali case postponed
The suspects are Jean-Jacques Mugisha, Head of Rwanda's mission to the Commonwealth Games, and Jean de Dieu Mukundiyukuri, the Executive Director at RNOSC. Courtesy (1)
Crime
Olympic officials plead not guilty to abuse of office
Former Prime Minister Pierre Damien Habumuremyi, who was dragged back to court over a debt of Rwf3.2m, Gasabo Primary Court, on November 15, gave a green light to the request of withdrawing the case. courtesy
Crime
Court grants request on ex-PM Habumuremyi case
Students during practical activities at IPRC Kigali warehouse. Prosecution has told court that 20 staff of IPRC Kigali are accused of having stolen several school properties worth Rwf113 million. Sam Ngendahimana
Crime
Property worth Rwf100 m stolen from IPRC Kigali – Prosecution
Six women and a man who were convicted for aggravated assault and battery which resulted in temporary incapacity in 2020 are among 802 prisoners released on ministerial order.Courtesy
Crime
Seven torture convicts among 802 pardoned
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Rwanda
Five students among prisoners pardoned by President Kagame
The East African Countries Magistrates and Judges in a group photo  at the 19th annual conference of EAMJA in Kigali on November 9. Courtesy
Law
New policy to address gender gaps in EAC judicial
The court has adjourned the bail hearing of Diogene Mulindahabi, the Principle at IPRC-Kigali and 19 other suspects who are being prosecuted over several charges related to misuse of public funds at IPRC Kigali Campus. The hearing will take place on November 15.Courtesy
Crime
Bail hearing for IPRC-Kigali officials adjourned to November 15
Genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga' s trial  continued at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals in The Hague,  on November 8. Courtesy.
Crime
Another key witness pins Kabuga on supplying weapons during Genocide

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