Alice Kagina
Alice Kagina
Paula Ingabire, the Minister of ICT and Innovations holds Rwanda's satellite' RWASAT-1.The countryu2019s space ambitions have attracted interest from countries such as Japan, Israel, and the United Arab Emirates. / File
Rwanda looks to partnerships to help develop space capacity
Richard Masozera, Rwanda's High Commissioner to Kenya speaks as the Rwandan Community in Kenya commemorated the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi on Thursday.
Youth tipped on genocide ideology and its consequences
Professor Baylie Damtie Yeshita, Vice-Chancellor of Kepler.
FEATURED: Kepler College to offer Project Management Degree and other programs at the interface between management and technology
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President Kagame addresses Jamaican parliament, roots for direct cooperation
Linda Melvern , the British journalist and author on the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi during the launch of her book in Kigali on April 14 . Courtesy
Melvern: Genocide against Tutsi not a legitimate debate but a historical fact
A panel discussion that brought together international journalists, authors, local initiatives in preserving and honouring the memory of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi on April 12. Dan Nsengiyumva
Experts: Countering Genocide ideology requires facts, resources
President Kagame addressing a joint parliamentary session of the Republic of Congo, where he arrived on Monday, April 11 on a three-day state visit. The President said there was a need for African leaders to move to deliver what they promised to the citizens. / Photo: Village Urugwiro.
President Kagame addresses Congolese parliament, pushes for continental unity
Red Cross volunteers help a trauma victim at Kicukiro Nyanza Genocide Memorial on May 4, 2019 . Photo by / Sam Ngendahimana
Genocide-related trauma on increase among men - expert
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Kagame in Congo-Brazzaville for 3-day state visit
Local journalists during a news conference in Kigali. Sam Ngendahimana
Media practitioners urge audiences to discern true and false news
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Genocide fugitives should be brought to book –Busingye
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Kwibuka28: Canadian lawmaker pays tribute to Genocide victims
Workers package biscuits at Adma International at Kigali Special Economic Zone. The firm is one of  the factories that use wheat flour. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
IMF speaks out on impact of Russia-Ukraine war on Rwanda
President Kagame received letters of credence from Maj. Gen. Richard Mutayoba Makanzo, High Commissioner of the United Republic of Tanzania and Ibrahim Sidy Ibrahim Matar, Ambassador from the State of Libya in Kigali on April 6. / Photo by Village Urugwiro
New Tanzanian, Libyan envoys present credentials to Kagame
CHIC commercial building in Kigali. Photo: Craish Bahizi.
Commercial properties lead in non-performing loans
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Amb. Nyiramatama pledges to advance Rwanda, Guinea relations
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ArtRwanda: Bamporiki tasks graduates to derive income talent
Beata Habyarimana.
Habyarimana outlines crucial investment areas for Belgian entrepreneurs

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