Joan Mbabazi
Joan Mbabazi
Gislain Mugisha (below left) and some of the guests that attended the art exhibition. Courtesy photo.
Pen artist portrays mental health issues in art exhibition
 Apostle Grace Lubega during a healing session  at the long awaited Rwanda Revival Conference that saw a multitude of believers from Rwanda and neighbouring countries flock BK Arena on February 4. All Photo by Dan Kwizera Gatsinzi
How Rwanda Revival Conference went down
Some of the beneficiaries during a liquid soap-making training. Courtesy photos
Activist on initiative to help families progress, society’s duty to end GBV
Late Maj Gen Fred Rwigema's tomb that  is painted in white on the right at the upper part of the mausoleum at Remera. Photo by Craish Bahizi
What can youth pick from Rwanda’s heroes?
Credia Umuhire Ruzigana, the co-founder of Imanzi Creations, a firm that creates inspiring stories for children and Rwandan youth. Courtesy
Rwandan entrepreneur shines in African women's business competition
Six ways in which one outfit can be worn. Courtesy photos
Multi-entrepreneur on training deprived women to reach their own potential 
L-R: Romeo Niyigena and Henry Munyaneza. Both artists have art exhibitions scheduled for February. Courtesy photos.
Upcoming art exhibitions to look out for soon
Aline Mukamusoni and some of her beaded craft. Courtesy photos.
Upcoming fashion designer on beading her craft
Rwandan filmmaker Jonas Munyaneza,the 29-year-old recollects developing a passion for filmmaking at a tender age. Courtesy. Photo by Joan Mbabazi
Tales of a struggling filmmaker
Revamping an old building to create a music video set. Courtesy photos
Rwandans have the potential to create mind-blowing music videos, says set designer
Students of Kigali Harvest school-Kimihurura during the writing training on Wednesday at their school.
Young writer on a mission to spread literacy gospel in schools
Kase Keza, (L), reads with her little sister. Courtesy photo
Literacy: Mobile app’s initiative to keep children's books accessible and free  
Bangura showing participants what to do. Courtesy photos
From Sierra Leone to Rwanda on the martial arts path
Patel Amuri while creating animations in his studio in Nyamata
Local animator talks about creating educational content for children
Vital Munyankiko, founder of Panther Adventures. All photos courtesy
Entrepreneur on getting locals on the domestic tourism course
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How should visual artists earn from their craft?
Muyumbukazi  with some of her students after  swimming training.
Swim coach on why she chose a career in sports
Fred Mfuranzima, in the middle, posing for a photo with Dr Don Adam, Israel's ambassador in Rwanda (L), and Dr Ryarasa Nkurunziza during the pre-launch of the book.
‘The lonely soul’, a book conveying messages of healing, hope

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