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 Joan Mbabazi
Joan Mbabazi
The New Times
Kids' Lockdown Diaries
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Role of vitamin D in reducing risk of respiratory tract infections
Ishimwe while posing with his tools. / Courtesy photos.
Business
23-year-old artist earning a living from abstract and realism art
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Protect yourself from food allergies
WHO has warned the public to avoid watching, reading or listening to news that causes feelings of anxiety or grief.
Lockdown and mental health
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Featured
FEATURED: Africa Improved Foods to offer free Nootri deliveries to its customers amidst Covid-19 citywide lockdown.
Exercise will put your mind and body at ease. / Net photo.
Children & Education
The role of leisure to students’ wellbeing
Nuwagaba while painting a clientu2019s nails at the salon in Remera. / Joan Mbabazi.
Business
Entrepreneur’s experience: Starting a pedicure and manicure business
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Aloe vera juice: The benefits
Some of the women undertaking business trainings at Inspire Dreams and Start-ups while posing for a group photo after a training session
People
Empowering vulnerable women and curbing unemployment: An activist’s vision
Educators advise students to continue with revision at home during COVID-19 crisis. / Net photo.
Children & Education
Home-schooling: How parents and learners can cope during COVID-19 crisis
Twitter is one of the social media platforms most people are addicted to. This is the reason as to why social media detoxification is necessary. / Photos by Craish Bahizi.
Rwanda
Are you a social media addict? Here’s why you should consider a detox
Park inn Guest room.
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FEATURED: Weekend stay at Park Inn by Radisson Kigali; a moment to reminisce
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Healthy eating on a budget
Eloge Butera, a Rwandan Lawyer bought a flight ticket to Israel at Simba Voyages and won a BMW car.
FEATURED: Simba Voyages Ltd celebrates one year of operation in Rwanda
Lucky Coco speaks speaks about her struggles in music industry during an interview with The New Times last week.  / Craish Bahizi
Drugs nearly ruined my life - Lucky Coco
Food in a restaurant. The Rwanda Food and Drug Authority cautions people not to consume expired food. / Photo: File.
Rwanda
What happens to leftover restaurant/supermarket food?
A recent study indicates that the risk of suffering a certain type of stroke could be reduced through diet.
Study finds consumption of fruits and vegetables linked to lower stroke rate

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