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 Hudson Kuteesa
Hudson Kuteesa
A decent burial event of the victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi at Nyanza-Kicukiro Genocide Memorial on on May 4, 2019. Sam Ngendahimana
International
Global community is ‘a terrible student of the past’ – anti-genocide activists
Officials of the RBC who are being prosecuted for flouting of procedures by awarding a multi-billion tender to their fellow employee have told court that they were not aware that he was working for RBC.
Crime
RBC officials deny flouting procedures in Rwf3 billion tender
Major Willy Ngoma, the spokesperson of M23 rebel group, which has yet again sounded the alarm over what it calls "genocide and targeted killings" by DR Congo army and its allies, including the FDLR militia, whose members fled to the Congo in 1994 after carrying out the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. File
Africa
M23 renews call for action against 'DR Congo-backed genocide'
Up to 87.5 per cent of Rwandans who encountered corruption cases this year did not report them. File
Crime
Over 87% of Rwandans 'did not report corruption' in 2022
Rwanda National Police's Traffic and Road Safety Department officers inspect drivers at Sonatube roundabout in Kigali. Traffic Police, local government institutions, and Rwanda Energy Group (REG) are government institutions that lead in regard to the likelihood of bribery, Craish Bahizi
Crime
Most corrupt Rwandan institutions named
Ombudsman Madeleine Nirere, Prosecutor General Aimable Havugiyaremye and RIB Secretary General Rtd Col Jeannot Ruhunga, during a consultative meeting on Tuesday. Craish Bahizi
Rwanda
Bankers on the spot over corruption in issuing loans
AS Kigali women team players celebrate after winning the women's league at Kigali Stadium. File
Other Sports
Why sports bodies need anti-sexual harassment policies
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Agriculture
Can avocado become a key export for Rwanda?
Rugege has been tasked to spearhead mediation as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism. File
Law
Over Rwf10bn saved through mediation mechanisms
Hillsong London lived to audience's expectations
Music
Hillsong London concert lives to expectations
Jean Damascene Bizimana, the Minister of National Unity and Civic Engagement speaks during the launch of  three new books on Genocide Aginst the Tutsi on November 24. Courtesy
Researchers release books on how genocide unfolded in Kigali
Young girls with their mentors discuss  reproductive health in Gisagara District. The new study revealed that parent-child talks on sexual reproductive health are at low level. Photo by  Sam Ngendahimana
Health
Parent-child conversations on sexual reproductive health rare – study
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Crime
Human trafficking: How 22-year-old found herself in sex work in Uganda
A panel discuss a number of things including external factors connected to modern-day slavery in the region, issues of forced labor and sexual exploitation, among others.
Rwanda
Concerns grow over changing face of human trafficking
The new facility of BAHO Clinic in Nyarutarama in Kigali. Prosecutors are seeking a two-year jail term for two medics of Baho Hospital who are charged with involuntary manslaughter.
Crime
Prosecution seek 2-year jail term for Baho medics
Kigalians on walkways of the newly revamped Nyandungu wetland,that was officially inaugurated on July 18, 2022 . The 121 hectares wetland was rehabilitated to become  Ecotourism Park. Courtesy
Environment
Kigali receives 'Wetland City Accreditation Award'
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Africa
M23 claims capture of FDLR strongholds
Genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga during his trial  at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals in The Hague. Courtesy.
Crime
Genocide: Kabuga provided vehicles to dump bodies – witness

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