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President Paul Kagame during an interview with Radio10 and Royal FM aired on Monday, April 1. Photo by Village Urugwiro
Kwibuka not only about lost loved ones; but involves remembrance, prevention – Kagame
A resident undergoes HIV test in Kigali. Kunda (not real name), a young woman living with HIV, had a job opportunity outside of Rwanda, but lost it due to being HIV positive. Craish Bahizi
HIV stigma: The ordeal of losing opportunities
Delegates interact during a health conference dubbed the e3 International Cancer Conference that took place in Kigali between March 28-29. Emmanuel Dushimimana.
FEATURED: Can Artificial Intelligence play a role in Rwanda’s healthcare?
The conference brought together health experts, medical professionals, and various officials to discuss cancer care, research, and education in Africa. Emmanuel Dushimimana
FEATURED: Global experts gather in Kigali to discuss cancer care, research
Mutesi speaks at an event in Kigali on March 11. Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana
BPR Bank Rwanda registers Rwf25bn profit after tax
A scene of an accident in Kamonyi in February. Police revealed that 89 road accidents were registered between January and February, 16 of which were caused by reckless taxi-moto operators. Courtesy.
Accidents claimed 19 lives between February and January – Police
Members of Parliament raised concerns  on the inclusion of unpaid care work in the compensation framework for divorcing couples  on Monday, March 18. Courtesy
MPs raise concerns on compensation for unpaid care work during divorce
A bride and groom  during a wedding ceremony. On Monday, the parliament approved the basis of a government bill, which, if fully ratified, will permit Rwandans aged 18 to get married legally. Sam Ngendahimana
Getting married at 18: What are “reasonable grounds” in proposed legislation?
The national flag may no longer be used by a couple exchanging marriage vows should the proposed amendments to the family law be approved by the parliament.  File
Marriage vows: New bill seeks to scrap holding national flag
A bench of EACJ judges during a session that resolved to dismiss Rurangwa's lawsuit. Courtesy
Land dispute case against Rwanda dismissed by East African Court of Justice
President Paul Kagame has spoken out on the exit of the East African Regional Force (EACRF), and the deployment of the SADC mission (SADMIR) in eastern DR Congo
DR Congo: Kagame on EACRF exit, SADC deployment
Kagame delivers his speech on Sunday, March 10, at the RPF-Inkotanyi headquarters in Rusororo after he was overwhelmingly elected by RPF's extraordinary congress to be the party's flagbearer in the presidential elections slated for July 15.  PHOTO BY VILLAGE URUGWIRO
Kagame speaks out on Rwanda after him
Jean-Damascene Bizimana, the Minister for National Unity and Civic Engagement speaks to journalists. File
New study shows Rwandans’ ability to negotiate, find common ground
President Paul Kagame has been elected by his party RPF-Inkotanyi as its flag-bearer in the 2024 presidential elections. PHOTO BY VILLAGE URUGWIRO
2024 elections: Kagame elected RPF flag-bearer
President Paul Kagame shares a light moment with Samuel Mugisha, his former teacher at Ntare School, Apollo Kashanku, the chairman of Ntare School Old Boys Association (NSOBA), and current Ntare School Headmaster Saul Rwampororo, during a cocktail at Kigali Convention Centre on Friday, March 8. Mugisha, Kashanku, Rwampororo, and over 500 members of Ntare School alumni earlier travelled to Kigali for the finals of the Ntare Lions League (NLL) football tournament, from March 7 to 10.
PHOTOS: President Kagame hosts cocktail in honor of Ntare School OBs
President Paul Kagame meets with Raila Odinga, the Kenyan politician who is vying for the Chairmanship of the African Union Commission (AUC), at Village Urugwiro in Kigali, on Friday, March 8. PHOTO BY VILLAGE URUGWIRO
Kagame meets AU Chair contender Raila Odinga
Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland KC hands over the award to Justice Mminister Emmanuel Ugirashebuja  during the 2024 Commonwealth Law Ministers Meeting  in Zanzibar on Wednesday, March 7. Courtesy
Rwanda awarded for using tech, innovation to improve justice
Chinese visitors during  the 9th Sichuan Agricultural Expo, where  Rwandans were showcasing different Made-in-Rwanda products. Rwanda’s exports to China rose by more than 87 percent to a record high $131 million in 2023.
Rwanda’s exports to China rose by over 80% in 2023

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