Patrick Nzabonimpa
Patrick Nzabonimpa
The capital market helps to tap into savings from Rwandans living abroad communities looking for local investment opportunities. Courtesy
New initiative to mobilise diaspora communities to invest in Rwanda
Liliane Uwonkunda, an intern at Rope Technology Ltd, is learning about software development and hopes to create her own application.
Empowering rural women: Exploring how technology is driving progress
Experts during a guided tour of the newly rejuvenated native trees on the shore of Lake Muhazi. All Photos by Dan Gatsinzi
FEATURED: How Rwanda Wildlife Conservation Association is restoring habitat using indigenous trees
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Hate Radio: Theatre play on RTLM’s role in 1994 Genocide to be showcased in Huye, Kigali
Henriette Ishimwe celebrates a crucial win during a game
The rise and rise of Henriette Ishimwe, Rwanda’s fast-rising cricket sensation
Workers sort some potato plantation grown inside a green house in Musanze. Different experts are calling for increased adoption of modern business models in agriculture. Sam Ngendahimana
Experts call for increased use of modern business models in agric
Lionel Nishimwe (Right) receiving an award at FESTICAB 2022. Courtesy photos
Young filmmaker harnesses power of identity to promote African cinema  
Emile Keza, a Senior five student at New Life Ministries Academy with his colleague presenting the project.
How high school students are creating projects that solve community problems
Dr. Jean Nepo Abdallah Utumatwishima speaking to staff members of Rwamagana Hospital in December 2022 during their end of year celebrations at Dereva Hotel. Courtesy
Who is Dr Abdallah Utumatwishima, the new Minister of Youth?
Terror convict Paul Rusesabagina at the High Court’s Chamber for International and Cross Border Crimes during a hearing session on September 16, 2021. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana.
No place for political violence in Rwanda, says US after Rusesabagina release
Pupils during an IT class with some computers distributed during one laptop per child program in Mageragere. On Wednesday, March 22 Rwanda launched the “School Connectivity Program”, aimed at connecting all primary and secondary schools by the end of 2024. File
Govt launches new program to connect all schools to internet by 2024
Elizabeth Berabose, the founder and CEO of Berabose Design, during the interview . Photo by Crasih Bahizi
FEATURED: Local designer on fostering sustainability in fashion industry
(L-R) Vice Chancellor of UR, Didas Muganga Kayihura, Minister of Education Valentine Uwamariya, Ambassador of Sweden to Rwanda, Johanna Teague during the event.
FEATURED: Rwanda, Sweden celebrate 20 years of research cooperation
Former Minister of Health, Dr Daniel Ngamije, is embarking on a new challenge as the head of the Global Malaria Program. Courtesy
Ngamije delighted by new role as head of global Malaria program
Workshop participants pose for a photo after the opening session on March 22 at KCC. Courtesy photos
ICT Ministry starts campaign to build stronger digital governance
Patience Kamatamu, a young and dynamic entrepreneur, who is the founder ToPix Travel Agency, during an interview. Photo by Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: Travel: One woman on bridging gaps in tourism industry
Lesley Grobler, the Operations Manager of KomezArt, an online art space that empowers Rwandan artists by helping them to sell their art pieces. Photo by Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: KomezArt: Empowering Rwandan artists through e-commerce
University of Rwanda Vice Chancellor, Dr Didas Muganga Kayihura and Johanna Teague, the Ambassador of Sweden to Rwanda address journalists in Kigali on Tuesday, March 21. Photos by Dan Gatsinzi
FEATURED: UR, Sweden to celebrate two decades of cooperation

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