Hudson Kuteesa
Hudson Kuteesa
The New Times
Kagame on Arsenal's impressive Premier League run
Commuters wait for buses at Nyabugogo Taxis park in Kigali. Speaking at Umushyikirano on  February 27, Minister of State for Infrastructure Patricie Uwase revealed that 300 buses will be introduced in Kigali. Bahizi
Govt to procure 300 buses to ease public transport in Kigali 
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Afghan girls relish “remarkable” reception in Rwanda
The Supreme Court sent city tycoon François-Xavier Mironko to jail for acting in contempt against the court  on February 22. Courtesy
Contempt of court: What behaviour can get you in trouble in the courtroom?
A group photo of the 60 talented youth have concluded a two-week boot camp under the Art Rwanda - Ubuhanzi programme. Courtesy
Art Rwanda-Ubuhanzi: 60 youth finish boot camp
Officials launch a new post-graduate diploma that has been established at the Institute of Legal Practice and Development on February 23. Courtesy
New ILPD diploma to improve dispensation of justice to children
Genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals  Internet
Kabuga participated in hate speech rallies alongside Mugesera, Ngirumpatse - New witness
The newly appointed  Inspector General of Rwanda National Police  Felix Namuhoranye. Courtesy
Who is Namuhoranye, the new Police Chief?
Minister of Health Dr Sabin Nsanzimana  received the ALMA award for Rwanda's best institutionalization and innovation in malaria control at  the sidelines of the African Union  Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on February 18
Rwanda receives continental award for advancing digital agenda for ending malaria
A US-based Rwandan researcher, Prof. Aristide Gumyusenge who led a team of  engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who developed new organic substances. File
Rwandan leads MIT scientists to develop tech for better wearable devices
Ladislas Ntaganzwa, a former Bourgmestre of Nyakizu Commune was convicted of committing crimes of genocide against the Tutsi. The Court of Appeals has postponed the verdict in case of Ladislas Ntaganzwa to March 3. File
Ntaganzwa's appeal verdict pushed to March
Public transport vehicles that travel to different parts of the country may always find it hard to have a stable internet connection onboard throughout the journey.
Five businesses eagerly waiting for Starlink internet
Women Doctors
Rwanda’s top 5 female surgeons
Genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals.  Internet
Kabuga Trial: Father whose children were massacred in Karama school testifies
Genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga during his trial  at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals in The Hague. Kabuga's trial has resumed on Tuesday, February 14. Courtesy
Kabuga trial resumes as new witness details suspect’s role in Kimironko killings
Fire gutted Gisozi workshops (commonly known as Gakiriro) on Sunday night, February 12. According to the   businesses owners, they have  lost over Rwf4billion. Courtesy
Approx Rwf4b losses incurred as fire guts Gisozi workshops
The Minister of Infrastructure, Ernest Nsabimana with other officials during a guided tour of the new machinery on February 10. All photos by Crasish Bahizi
PHOTOS: Rwf 7.3bn equipment for construction of new Kigali roads unveiled
Over 10,000 Anglican global leaders will  meet in Rwanda in April. Internet
Anglican leaders to meet in Kigali over Church of England’s support for LGBTQ

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