Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
CP John Bosco Kabera, the spokesperson of the Rwanda National Police. He said that four people died in accidents that occurred in different parts of the country between December 31 and January 2. File
4 killed, 5 injured in accidents over New Year weekend - RNP
Doctors conduct a medical operation at Masaka Hospital in Kicukiro District.   Though a communiqué of cabinet meeting decisions, on November 11, 2022, said that from January 2023, the official working hours will be eight, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, excluding a one-hour lunch break, the Ministry of Health announced that medical personnel will continue to start work at the usual time, 7 am, to ensure that the public has access to essential health services. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Health personnel want to benefit from changes to working hours
The  Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI died at the age of 95, on December 31. Internet
Pope Benedict XVI passes on at 95
A teacher inspects how a students does an exercise in Kigali. The Teacher's Day is marked every year on October 5. File
2022 was a good year for teachers, mega changes in education sector
Rwanda National Police's traffic police officers on duty in Kigali.Police announced that  71 people were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol over the past four days. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Christmas: Over 70 people arrested for drunk driving-RNP
Residents in Kigali take pictures of festive seasons decoration at Imbuga City walk on December 22. Craish Bahizi
Festive season 2022: Christmas and village vibes
Thousands of football fans watch the Sunday’s World Cup final between Argentina and France at Kigali Convention Center . Dan Nsengiyumva
World Cup 22
PHOTOS: How Coca-Cola made Kigali witness a thrilling World Cup final
According to the announcement released on December 22, public, government-aided and private schools that follow the national curriculum will start classes at 8:30 a.m. and end at 5 p.m.
Education ministry releases new school hours schedule
Israel Mbonyi will perform on December 25
Israel Mbonyi announces lineup ahead of ‘Icyambu’ concert
Members of RPF Inkotanyi who live in the United States of America during  the celebration of the 35th anniversary of RPF-Inkotanyi at Knollwood Country Club, in Indiana state on Sunday, December 18,. Courtesy
PHOTOS: RPF members in US celebrate party's 35th anniversary
The former State Minister in charge of culture Edouard Bamporiki with his lawyers requested court to reduce a 4-year jail term also appealed for the withdrawal of abuse of authority charge. COURTESY
Bamporiki pleads for shorter jail term
Former State Minister in charge of Edouard Bamporiki’s appeal hearing has been set for December 19 at the High Court. Courtesy
Ex-minister Bamporiki appeal hearing gets underway
Best performers in TTC, Frank Kimenyi from TTC Save, Donat Uwamahoro from TTC Mururu,Chantal Uwamaliya from TTC Save, Olivier Niyomungeli from TTC Rubengera in group photo with officials during the event to officially release national exam results in Kigali on December 15. Courtesy
Why TTCs continue to excel in national exams
Emmanuel Nibishaka, the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Rwanda Governance Board  is accused of fraud and use of forged documents. File
RGB boss gets five-year jail term, half of it suspended
A total of 444 prison warders, 130 of them women, on December 13 graduated from a Rwanda Correction Services (RCS) training school in Rwamagana Dsitrict, Eastern Province
Over 400 prison warders graduate
Students in the computer Lab at Mother Mary International School Complex in Kigali.The Ministry of Education is preparing guidelines to be followed regarding the changes in schooling hours ahead of the second term. Craish BAHIZI
International schools not exempt from new school hours
A scene of crime in Kabuga where Emmanuel Muhizi was beaten by three suspects on November 28. courtesy
Kigali: Bar assault suspects to be arraigned in court
A resident during Anti-GBV campaign dubbed  ‘Wiceceka’ that aims to break the culture of silence on gender-based violence and support victims of GBV. Courtesy
Justice for GBV victims: The highs and lows

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