Patrick Nzabonimpa
Patrick Nzabonimpa
A baby gorilla from Susa Group in Volcanoes National Park in Musanze District. FILE PHOTO
Kwita Izina: 23 baby gorillas to be named on Sept. 1
Chief Executive of National Cyber Security Authority, Col. David Kanamugire  hands over to  Irembo’s CEO, Israel Bimpe the Data Controller and Data Processor registration Certificates on August 10. Courtesy
Irembo receives data controller, processor registration certificates
Some lions in Akagera National Park. August 10th is World Lion Day - a day set aside to honor the majestic big cat and raise awareness of their challenges as a species. Courtesy
Increase in Rwanda’s lion population attributed to bold conservation efforts
Minister of Local Government, Jean-Claude Musabyimana, has offered insights into the circumstances surrounding  the dismissals of different officials in Northern Province. COURTESY
Govt clarifies dismissal of Northern Province officials
Gamblers play at one of the stations in Kigali. All photos: Craish Bahizi.
The dark side of gambling: Expert talks safe betting and societal effects
There is a signpost that sheds light on the historical significance of the location. All photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Inside King Kigeli IV Rwabugiri's Nyamasheke residence, where he last celebrated Umuganura
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Umuganura: Rutsiro residents affected by disasters given cows, seeds
L-R: Seychelles Vice President, Ahmed Afif, Minister for ICT and Innovation, Paula Ingabire and Secretary General of National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS), Maj. Gen Joseph Nzabamwita during the Cyber Tech Africa 2023 conference on Wednesday, August 2.  Photo/Courtesy.
Seychelles Vice President attends Cybertech Africa summit
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Rwanda hosts Cybertech Africa to advance innovation and combat cyber crimes on the continent
Minister of Gender and Family Promotion, Jeannette Bayisenge speaks at the celebration of Africa Women’s Day on July 31. Courtesy
Africa Women’s Day: Is the Maputo Protocol practical?
Modeste Muhire, author of A Tale of Gratitude, speaking during the book launch. Courtesy photos
Rwandan author seeks to help vulnerable children access education
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Rwandans in UK fete liberation anniversary
Susan Mutesi, the Chief Shared Services at BSC, hands over a cheque to Susan Mukasano, the Executive Secretary of Gikondo Sector, to pay  health insurance (Mutuelle de Sante)  to 1,500 people in Kinunga cell, Gikondo Sector, Kicukiro on July 29. Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: Broadband Systems Corporation pays health insurance for 1500 Kicukiro residents
Renowned international journalist Eugene Anangwe speaking during the event.
Bridging borders through stories: Speakers share personal insights
Modeste Muhire, author of A Tale of Gratitude
A Tale of Gratitude: Book on man’s transformation from cow herder to director of HR
A landscape view of the reforested area. Green Gicumbi project has rehabilitated 1,107 hectares of degraded forests in the past three years. Courtesy
Inside Rwanda’s top multi-billion nature conservation projects
The Acting Chief Executive Officer of WASAC, Giselle Umuhumuza addresses senators during the session on July 25. Courtesy
MPs task WASAC to resolve water issues, implement Auditor General’s recommendations
Dázon Dixon Diallo who is currently the president of SisterLove International South Africa, during an interview in Kigali on July 25. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
Global initiative founder on championing women’s reproductive health rights

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