Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Pupils during an IT class with some computers distributed during one laptop per child programme at Nyaruyenzi Primary School in Mageragere.
Rural schools’ expectations on Starlink internet  
A voter talks to the electoral commission's volunteers before casting her vote during parliamentary elections in 2018. Sam Ngendahimana
Political parties, civil society welcome proposal to harmonise elections
The electronic court system (E-court) was launched last week in Rwanda  at Nyarugenge Prison and is expected to ease access to justice. Courtesy
Five things to know about new electronic court system
L-R: Chris Eazy and Kenny Sol. The two artistes are among eight who will grace the upcoming tour du Rwanda shows in the tournament that will kick off February 19 to 26. Courtesy photos
Artists who will perform in Tour du Rwanda Festival unveiled
The newly sworn-in professionals include 75 engineers and 14 professional technologists in Kigali on February 17. All photos by Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: Engineers’ body receives 89 new members
Japhet of 'Bigomba Guhinduka'. Net photo
Comedian Japhet to perform in  one-man show this weekend
The High Court Chamber for International Crimes (HCCIC) has handed Jean Twagiramungu, a 25-year jail sentence for his role in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
Twagiramungu sentenced to 25 years in jail over Genocide
Minister of State in charge of ICT and TVET, Claudette Irere responds to MPs about some questions in the Technical Vocational Education and Training on February 14. Courtesy
House unsatisfied with Minister’s response on TVET low performance
Leopold Mujyambere alias Musenyeri, Joseph Habyarimana Joseph alias Mchebo Sophoni, Marc Habimana, Felicien Ruzindana, Emmanuel Habimana, and Emilie Mpakaniye during the hearing session. File
Prosecution seeks 25 year sentence for six FDLR suspects
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Ntaganzwa’s appeal ruling set for February 17
Chief Justice of Rwanda, Faustin Ntezilyayo addresses journalists during a news briefing on Monday, February 13. Courtesy
Fighting corruption should be in our DNA - Chief Justice
BK supported them financially in helping such schools to access the debate programme and so far the bank is now fully covering debate expenses for 25 schools.
FEATURED: BK, IDebate partner to offer skills to youth
Alexis Ngabo Karegeya, the entrepreneur commonly known as Ngabo, or Ibere Rya Bigogwe. Courtesy
Ibere rya Bigogwe proprietor reveals bigger plans after inking land deal
Nyarugenge Intermediate Court on Thursday, February 9, postponed, for the second time, the trial of Marie-Chantal Mukanzabarushimana. Dan Nsengiyumva
Hearing of woman accused of murdering step-daughter adjourned
A moto taxi user pays the transport fee via Mobile money in Kigali. RURA re-introduces taxi-moto metres. File
Five unanswered questions as RURA re-introduces taxi moto meters
Prosper Nkomezi
Prosper Nkomezi to perform in Huye
Late John Williams Ntwali.
Court fines speeding driver over death of local journalist
Six Kiyovu Sports Club supporters who were in custody suspected to have abused international referee Salma Rhadia Mukansanga, have been released. Olivier Mugwiza.
Kiyovu fans who 'abused' top woman referee released

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