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 Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Niyo Bosco has used social media to boost his music career. Photo / courtesy
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Thousands of Muslims during the morning prayer to celebrate Eid al-Fitr at Kigali Stadium on Monday, May 2. The Mufti of Rwanda, Sheikh Salim Hitimana, urged the Muslim community to sustain activities of love, re-examine themselves and approach Allah, as well as continue to work hard for a better future. / Photo: Dan Nsengiyumva.
Mufti Hitimana urges Muslims to maintain prayerful lifestyle
Photos by Craish Bahizi
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Officials pose for a group photo during the seventh edition of the international conference on mobile communication technology for development. / Photo: Courtesy.
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Hope Hostel complex at Kagugu in Gasabo District. Dan Nsengiyumva.
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Cogebanque' management and staff  observe a moment of silence to pay tribute to the victims of the Genocide Against the Tutsi at Kigali Genocide Memorial on April 23.
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Cogebanque commemorates Genocide victims
 Diane Karusisi, the CEO of BK, pays tribute to the employees of the bank slain during the Genocide against the Tutsi.
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FEATURED: BK Group Plc remembers staff killed in Genocide against the Tutsi
Shujun was filmed in August last year beating his two co-workers at the mining firm, Ali Group Holdings. In the video, the victims were seen tied to a tree and Shujun whipping them. He accused them of theft. / File
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BPR Bank Rwanda Plc  paid tribute to the 33 former staff who were killed during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi on Tuesday . / All Photos by Craish Bahizi
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Students board a bus they go back to school for the third term at Kigali Stadium on April 18
Parents laud transport arrangement as schools reopen
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Students during practical exercise TVET Gatenga. School fees for Technical, Vocational, and Education Training (TVET) schools have dropped by 30 per cent after the government doled out hefty subsidies.
Govt injects Rwf5 billion in TVET schools subsidies
Dr. Daniel Ngamije , the minister for health shares the light of remembrance during the event on April 12
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Kwibuka 28: health ministry pays tribute to ex-employees
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RIB launches probe into attack on Kamonyi resident’s cow
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Rwanda Housing Authority boss denied bail on appeal
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Genocide commemoration is key to healing trauma – official
A genocide survivoru2019s banana plantations that were cut down by suspects of genocide ideology  in Nyagasozi village, Buhoro cell in Ruhango sector ,Ruhango District on 7 April 2020. / Courtesy
RIB: Over 1,200 genocide ideology cases recorded in three years

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