Joan Mbabazi
Joan Mbabazi
Norrsken is one of Kigali’s green buildings. Green building is designed to minimise the environmental impact of buildings and enhance the health and well-being of occupants. Courtesy photo
Explainer: Inside the world of green building
The World Health Organization (WHO) has certified Cabo Verde as a malaria-free country, marking a momentous triumph in global health. Courtesy
WHO certifies Cabo Verde as malaria-free
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UR students complain over lengthy academic holidays
A braille reader during a reading exercise. On January 4 every year, the World Braille Day is observed (Courtesy)
The invention of Braille: Explainer
In Rwanda HIV prevention remains the key pillar in the fight against HIV, reducing new HIV infections, and assuring that people living with HIV are diagnosed and initiated on treatment early.
Young women and girls face higher HIV risk — UN report
ASAPH Ministries during a worship session during the crossover at the BK Arena on New Year’s Eve. Thousands of believers attended the congregation while welcoming the New Year 2024. All  photo by Dan Gatsinzi
What preachers envision for 2024
Believers from Zion Temple Celebration Center and other christian denominations during the cross over mass gathering of praise and worship at the BK Arena on New Year's eve in 2023. Dan Gatsinzi
Welcoming 2024: Ten places to gather for crossover night
President Kagame during a tour of IRCAD Africa that was launched in October for providing a training ground for Rwandan and African surgeons to specialise in advanced minimally invasive surgery techniques. Courtesy
Key initiatives, milestones in health sector: 2023 in review
Vincent Munyeshyaka, the BDF chief executive and Diane Karusisi, the BK Chief Executive signed a partial credit fund agreement to lend to more clients   on Wednesday, December 27. Courtesy
Bank of Kigali, BDF ink deal to bolster SMEs growth
Clients shopping some of the Christmas trees and gifts at Kigali Business District on Sunday, December 24, ahead of Christmas Day. All Photos by Craish Bahizi
PHOTOS: Christmas shopping: A Kigali gift map
A hawker sells toys to a customer in downtown Kigali. The festive season involves celebrations that require spending money on food, gifts, or outings. File photo
January blues: How to avoid a festive financial hangover
Jordan Foundation, organized a Christmas party for kids with visual impairment on  December 21  in Rutunga Sector. All photos by Nkubito Chelsea
FEATURED: Jordan Foundation hosts heartwarming Christmas celebration for visually impaired children
Kigalians on walkways of the newly restored Nyandungu wetland.  Courtesy
Family fun: A festive guide in Kigali
Some of the 50 underprivileged children of the A-Bato Organisation were hosted CANAL+ Rwanda  a festive celebration with them at Canal Olympia Rebero on Wednesday, December 20. Craish Bahizi
FEATURED: CANAL+ Rwanda treats deprived children to festive film, delights
The book goes for Rwf15,000. Courtesy photo
Religion vs science: Local authors’ book explores contradictions
A recent study indicates that brisk walking, at a speed of four or more kilometers per hour, can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. Photo: Courtesy
New study shows faster walking may lower type 2 diabetes risk
Clients tour  Nyamirambo Women’s Center, a colorful shopping center that displayed all kinds of Rwandan souvenirs in Kigali. Photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
Nyamirambo Women’s Center: Place for souvenirs, hope for women
First Lady, Jeannette Kagame cuts a cake with children during the annual End of Year Children’s Party at Village Urugwiro, on Saturday, December 16. PHOTOS BY DAN GATSINZI
PHOTOS: First Lady hosts children's end-of-year party

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