Hudson Kuteesa
Hudson Kuteesa
The New Times
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.
Genocide: Kabuga provided vehicles to dump bodies – witness
Staff on duty at Rwanda Revenue Authority headquarters in Kigali. File
Is it the right time to tax digital services?
Some of the 25 new prosecutors swearing in on Monday, November 14. While presiding over the ceremony, Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente urged the newly sworn-in prosecutors to use technology in their work to counter the rising number of crimes related to it. Photo Courtesy
PM tips new prosecutors on integrity, use of tech
Kigali residents drink beer at  Gisimenti Car Free Zone . Top government leaders under the Unity Club have urged  that the legal alcohol drinking age in Rwanda should rise to 21 years. Craish Bahizi
Officials suggest raise of drinking age to 21 years
President Paul Kagame addresses  the 15th forum of the Unity Club  during a gala dinner, in Kigali, on Saturday, November 12. Photos by Village Urugwiro
A country's foundation is built on culture - Kagame
First Lady Jeannette Kagame delivers remarks during the 15th forum of the Unity Club on Saturday, November 12, Courtesy
Being Rwandan transcends nationality – First Lady
The University of Rwanda employees and students arriving that Campus premises. The government has taken a bold decision to adjust the time staff report to work from 07a.m to 09a.m. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Rwanda adjusts school, official working hours
Alfred Mutua, Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Foreign and Diaspora Affairs during an interview  in Kigali on Friday, November 11. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Kenyan Foreign Minister to visit Rwanda on Friday
Genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga's trial  continued at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals in The Hague on November 8. Courtesy.
Kabuga purchased weapons for Interahamwe militia – witness
Rwanda National Police's Traffic and Road Safety Department officers inspect drivers at Gishushu road junction in Kigali. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Traffic fines remain unchanged – Police
A plane crash killed 19 people including Hanifa Hamza, a Rwandan medical doctor.
How heroic Tanzanian fisherman saved lives from plane crash
Augustin Nyabutsitsi during an interview at his house donated by President Paul Kagame in  2017 .Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Celebrated former Kagame teacher dies at 79
Delegates interact at the opening session of the Africa-Indian Ocean Planning and Implementation Regional Group in Kigali
on Monday, November 7. Aviation experts have called upon governments to reduce or eliminate specific taxes that are being
paid by airliners as a way of trying to address the issue of costly intra-African air travel. Photo: Courtesy.
Aviation experts push for cheaper intra-African travel
Insects reared at Alex Musabirema’s poultry farm. Musabirema is an animal scientist who is
currently working out a new idea growing crickets for food. Courtesy photo.
Insect farming for food: A business worth trying?
American gospel singer Travis Greene.
Top gospel concerts that will rock Kigali before the year ends
Katapult Africa Accelerator Program is a ground-breaking program that combines 90 days of intense digital and physical workshops. All photos by Craish Bahizi
Nine start-ups selected for Katapult Africa Accelerator Programme
A worker carries out indoor residual spraying to fight against mosquitoes in Bugesera District. According to statistics from
RBC, Rwanda recorded a drop in malaria incidence from 400 per 1,000 in 2016 to 89 per 1,000 in 2021. A new study has
linked an invasive insecticide-resistant mosquito to an unprecedented urban outbreak of malaria in Ethiopia, and warned
that it can fuel an upsurge of cases in various African countries. Photo: File.
Invasive mosquitoes could fuel malaria upsurge in Africa

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