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 Patrick Nzabonimpa
Patrick Nzabonimpa
Cogebanque  officials and  the bank’s customers and staff cut a cake as the bank concluded Customer Service Week on October 7. All photos by Dan Gatsinzi
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Cogebanque concludes Customer Service Week on a high note
Some of BPR Bank Rwanda Plc customers who attended the event to mark the celebration of customer service week in Kigali on October 6. Photos by Craish Bahizi
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BPR Bank Rwanda appreciates City of Kigali-based customers
The newly launched English -Kinyarwanda dictionary by  Emmanuel Habumuremyi. Courtesy
Culture
What it takes to coin new Kinyarwanda words, terminologies
I&M Bank joined the world in celebrating this year’s Customer Service Week, on October 3. All photos: Craish Bahizi.
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I&M Bank Rwanda launches 2022 Customer Service Week
Parents with their children pose for a group photo as they  travelled to Israel for life-saving heart surgery. Photo: Courtesy.
Health
Over 40 Rwandan children undergo heart surgery in Israel
Canal+ Group has launched Zacu TV, its first channel that airs 100 per cent of content in Kinyarwanda. / All photos: Craish Bahizi
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Canal+ Group unveils Zacu TV channel with 100 per cent content in Kinyarwanda
Bank of Kigali CEO Diane Karusisi speaks at the event to celebrate  BK Digital Day in Kigali on September 30. Karusisi also unveiled that BK is digitising loan services to make it easy for its customers
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BK celebrates digitisation journey, unveils upcoming digital products
Delegates follow a panel discussion on Climate Change on  the Biodiversity Nexus through interpreting at the  APAC 2022 in Kigali.  Dan Nsengiyumva
Rwanda
International Translation Day: Local translators seek regulatory body
The newly inaugurated Umutuzo urban village at Gahanga that is expected to accommodate 67 dwellings by the end of 2022 through Gahanga 1 project. / Courtesy
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GiRiNZU officially launches in Rwanda, inaugurates Umutuzo village
Delegates pose for a group photo during the project’s learning and experience sharing event in Kigali on September 28. Photos: Craish Bahizi.
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How ACHIEVE Rwanda project is reducing HIV prevalence and vulnerability
Liliane Uwintwali (second from right) the CEO of Mahwi Tech, receives an award in recognition of her effort to boost the income of smallholder farmers. This was during the just-concluded African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) held in Kigali.Courtesy
Technology
Software engineer on creating platform linking smallholder farmers to markets
Taking in a stray cat may turn out to be very rewarding. Photos/Net
People
Pets: Why it is important to rescue, adopt stray cats
Tourists cheer on Kinigi residents after visiting mountain gorillas in Volcanoes National Park. Over 80 per cent of businesses in the tourism sector have recovered following the ease of the Covid-19 pandemic. / Sam Ngendahimana
Tourism
World Tourism Day: Over 80 per cent of local tourism businesses recovered
Dominique Savio Benimana conveys his messages through poetry. Courtesy photo.
Art
19-year-old poet on journey to modernise his art 
Hérve Kimenyi.  Net  photo.
Others
Hérve Kimenyi set for one-hour performance in new comedy show
America Nelson performing for the audience. / Courtesy
Art
Artists, activists show what happens when art meets mental health
Members of Our Past initiative lay a foundation stone during the inauguration of the construction of a menstrual hygiene room at Ngeruka Primary School, located in Ngeruka Sector, Bugesera District. / All photos: Craish Bahizi
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BK donates Rwf30m for construction of menstrual hygiene room in Bugesera
Some of the rhinos that were reintroduced to Akagera National Park. Photo: Courtesy.
Tourism
World Rhino Day: Local stock continue to increase

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