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The new facility of BAHO Clinic  in Kigali. Bereaved family lodges appeal against Baho medics’ acquittal. File
Law
Bereaved family lodges appeal against Baho medics’ acquittal
Aerial view of Kigali Business District in Nyarugenge District. Rwanda ranked the fourth least corrupt country in Africa in 2022. File
Africa
Rwanda ranked 4th least corrupt in Africa – new report
Nyamasheke District head office. The Supreme Court, on Friday, January 27, resolved to invalidate the Rwf 600 million fine slapped on Banque Populaire du Rwanda (BPR) in a legal battle with Nyamasheke district.
Law
BPR-Nyamasheke lawsuit: Supreme Court slashes fine on bank
Papias Kazawadi Dedeki, the newly appointed president of the Federation of African Engineering Organization (FAEO) addresses the conference in Kigali. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Featured
FEATURED: Rwandan appointed head of continental engineers body
Local researchers are in a race to restore the “pygmy Rwandan water lily,” a species originally found exclusively in Rwanda, before going extinct in the country. Courtesy
Rwanda
Researchers want to restore Rwanda’s unique water lily
Some of the inmates at Nyarugenge Prison. Seventy one inmates will be released from Nyarugenge Prison after they struck plea-bargain deals with  prosecutors. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Law
70 inmates set to be released on plea-bargain
Rwanda Cultural Heritage Academy's Masozera  received more than 4,000 sounds and songs from Belgian project, “SHARE” in Kigali on October 28. 2021.
Culture
A closer look at Rwandan heritage that needs to be repatriated
Former Minister of state for culture, Edouard Bamporiki with his lawyers in court. Bamporiki was, on Monday, January 23, sentenced to five years in jail and ordered to pay a fine worth Rwf 30 million by the High Court. He was sentenced  for crimes related to misuse of the authority given to him by the law.   COURTESY
Law
Why Bamporiki’s jail sentence was increased
Rwanda’s envoy to Tanzania, Major General Charles Karamba and Tanzanian Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism, Pindi Hazara Chana during their meeting on January 24,2023. Courtesy
Tourism
Rwanda courts Tanzania to join East African Single Tourist Visa
Former Minister of state for culture, Edouard Bamporiki was on Monday sentenced to five years in jail and ordered to pay a fine worth Rwf 30 million by the High Court. Courtesy
Law
Former Minister Bamporiki sentenced to five years in prison
Robert Masozera, the Director General of the Rwanda Cultural Heritage during the interview. File
Crime
Rwandan skulls in German museums: Scientists probe how, why they got there
If the skulls can be properly identified, the plan is to return them to their countries of origin, though the foundation behind the researchers said no country has sought them. October 5, 2017 (AFP)
Crime
Germany to return over 900 skulls to Rwanda
 Aegis Trust Chief Executive Officer James Smith facilitates Rwanda’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Johnson Busingye  during his tour of  the Holocaust Centre in Nottingham in UK. Aegis Trust collaborated with Rwandan authorities to establish the Kigali Genocide Memorial in 2004.  During his visit, Busingye lauded UK-based initiatives that are working to support survivors of the Genocide against the Tutsi, as well as contributing to peace-building in Rwanda. Photo Courtesy
Rwanda
Busingye lauds UK-based initiatives supporting Genocide survivors
The Rwandan envoy to Tanzania, Maj Gen Charles Karamba meets with the Tanzanian Minister of Defence and National Service, Innocent Bashungwa in Dar es Salaam on January 17. Courtesy
Security
Rwanda, Tanzania seek to enhance defence cooperation
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Africa
Uganda’s Gen. Muhoozi says to hold 49th birthday in Kigali
Minister of National Unity and Civic Engagement, Jean Damascene Bizimana speaks during a meeting with various leaders of various faith- based organisations, to discuss ways of working together towards healing in Kigali on Tuesday, January 17
Rwanda
Religious leaders commit to tackling effects of Genocide
Inmates at Nyarugenge Prison in Kigali. Rwanda is planning to roll-out halfway social reintegration centres for incarcerated persons that are about to complete their sentences. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Housing
Rwanda to roll-out halfway homes for prisoners on verge of completing sentences
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Law
High Court postpones Bamporiki appeal verdict

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