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 Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
Aurore Teta Ufitiwabo
The Nyarugenge Intermediate Court has on Friday postponed the verdict ruling in the case of dancer Thierry Ishimwe, commonly known as Titi Brown. Courtesy
Crime
Titi Brown’s verdict adjourned as new evidence surfaces
Suspected serial killer Denis Kazungu was , arraigned before Kicukiro Primary Court on Thursday, September 21. Photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Crime
PHOTOS: ‘Serial killer’ Kazungu arraigned in court, claims killed sex workers because they infected him with HIV
The suspected serial killer Denis Kazungu, a resident of Busanza in Kicukiro District, City of Kigali.
Crime
'Serial killer' Kazungu case submitted to court
An artist's impression of a multi-million-dollar shopping center named Inzovu Mall under construction at Kimihurura in Gasabo. The mall is expected to be completed in September 2025.
Business
Inside the multi-million dollar Inzovu Mall
Students  board buses on their way back to school for the third time at Kigali Stadium. Photo by Craish Bahizi.
Education
Travel schedule announced ahead of new academic year
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Education
Why TVET students can't wait to start new courses in Bachelor of Technology
Dieudonne Ishimwe, also known as Prince Kid chats with his lawyers.The High Court in Nyamirambo announced that  his verdict is scheduled to be delivered on October 13. Courtesy
Law
Prince Kid’s appeal verdict set for October
All the 25 juveniles who sat for the 2022-2023 national examinations passed; with one scoring the highest marks in Primary. Courtesy
Education
Juvenile inmates pass national exams but no child deserves to be in jail – official
The High Court in Nyamirambo will on Friday, September 15 resume the hearing in the case of Dieudonné Ishimwe, popularly known as Prince Kid. Courtesy
Law
Prince Kid returns to court on Friday
Ferwacy secretary-general Benoît Munyankindi
Crime
Court remands Ferwacy boss Munyankindi
Minister of Education Gaspard Twagirayezu during the press conference while releasing National Exams results on Tuesday, September 12 . PHOTO BY DAN GATSINZI
Education
PLE, O-Level results: Girls outperform boys in national exams
Some  of the 160 students from Sudan, interact at a reception event to welcome them to Rwanda, on Wednesday, August 2. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Education
A month later, some Sudanese students are considering careers in Rwanda
The new project aims to reintegrate dropouts into schools and guarantee a high standard of primary education for all out-of-school children.
Education
Reintegration programme to support over 1,000 dropouts
Senator William Ntidendereza who passed on September 3, will be laid to rest on Monday, September 11 Courtesy
Politics
Senator Ntidendereza to be laid to rest on Monday
Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), pays tribute to victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi at Kigali Genocide Memorial on September 1. Courtesy
Kwibuka
UNESCO boss backs bid to turn Rwanda's Genocide memorials into world heritage sites
Maimounah Uwase, a 28-eight-year-old barista at a coffee shop in Kigali, during an interview. Photo by Teta Aurore
Rwanda
Resilience at work: Coffee barista shatters stereotypes of disability
Minister of Justice Emmanuel Ugirashebuja has urged the civil society to disperse the revised constitution as a way of ensuring that it becomes widely known . COURTESY
Law
Justice Minister calls on civil society to promote revised constitution
The Ministry of Education has unveiled the school calendar for the upcoming 2023-2024 academic year indicating that students will be back to school on September 25 . Craish Bahizi
Education
Academic year set to commence on September 25

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