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Covid-19 second-stage vaccination kicks-off: 5 things you should know
Cardinal Antoine Kambanda celebrates mass on Palm Sunday on March 28. The events for this yearu2019s Easter celebrations have been modified to meet the Covid-19 containment measures.
Good Friday: No Way of the Cross for Christians
Rob Kucera.
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FEATURED: Radisson Blu Hotel and Kigali Convention Centre appoint new General Manager
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Alumni of Imbuto’s girl empowerment programs vow to impact younger generations
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AU looks to extend agreement with Rwanda to host asylum seekers from Libya for more time
A Kigali resident gets his first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at Kigali Arena in Gasabo District on March 6.
Govt looks forward to phase 2 of Covid-19 vaccination
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Rwanda features on CNN global travel series
Kay Warren.
Renowned American mental health advocate to speak to Rwandan women
Uzziel Ndagijimana, the Minister for Finance and Economic Planning. / Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Call for deeper consultation as govt changes tack on land tax
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RBC allays fears concerning AstraZeneca vaccine
Denis Karera, the Consul of Ghana to Rwanda, receives 30 delegate officials from Ghanau2019s sectors of tourism, trade, and investment at park view court on March 15, 2021.
Ghana, Rwanda seek to deepen trade, tourism and investments
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Rwanda
Factory employees, private security personnel among the latest groups to get Covid-19 jabs
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Rwanda
City market vendors get vaccinated
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Rwanda’s dry chili to debut on Chinese market
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Inmates grateful as Covid-19 vaccination exercise is taken to prisons
First Lady Jeannette Kagame.
First Lady: Ensure gender-friendly policies reach the lowest parts of society
A female member of the youth volunteers helping  citizens respect measures to fight the spread of Covid 19  in Kigali City.
Women’s Day: The role of women in ‘a Covid world’
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Covid-19 vaccination: no major side effects reported so far

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