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 Hudson Kuteesa
Hudson Kuteesa
A plate of food in a restaurant in Kigali. City authorities have ordered the closure of up to 12 food outlets after inspections revealed they were dangerous for revellers. / Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwanda
Top Kigali restaurants closed over hygiene, safety
HE First Lady Mrs Jeannette Kagame gives her remarks during the launch of Global Strategy to Accelerate the Elimination of Cervical Cancer  on  17 November 2020 . / Courtesy
Rwanda
Cervical cancer is preventable in low and middle income countries – First Lady
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Making sense of the 80% drop in HIV related stigma
Ambassador Kimonyo and Zhang, the Vice-Mayor of Yiwu at the signing event.
City of Kigali inks deal with Chinese city to attract investments
Amin Miramago, CEO of ICPAR.
ICPAR admitted to global accountancy body
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Genocide convict Munyagishari enters guilty plea during appeal
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Rwanda
SDG Africa centre founding boss Begashaw set to retire
Munyagishari.
Genocide convict Munyagishari appeal case begins on Thursday
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Activists push for free sanitary products to tackle period poverty
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Court to rule on mothers who kill infants unintentionally
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Africa
Africa faces $30 billion spending cut in energy sector – report
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Business
New Chinese cafes serving Rwandan coffee exclusively
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Expo 2020: Organisers target festive shoppers
HE Mrs Jeannette Kagame, First Lady of Rwanda and Chairperson of Unity Club .
Rwanda
First Lady rallies leaders to use tech to tell Rwanda’s story
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New $1.5-billion fund to support Africa’s Covid-19 recovery efforts
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As students return to school, what safety precautions to adhere to?
Spearheaded by First Lady Jeannette Kagame, Imbuto Foundation has championed efforts to educate girls in the country. / Photo: Courtesy
Rwanda
Imbuto Foundation celebrates 15 years of promoting girls’ education
President Kagame on Tuesday received credentials from new envoys, Amb. Saleh Bin Suleiman Bin Ahmed Al-Harthi (Oman; left), Amb. Jin-weon Chae (South Korea; centre), and Amb. Nguyen Nam Tien (Vietnam; right). Speaking to journalists, the diplomats pledged to help further strengthen relations between Rwanda and their their respective countries. / Photos: Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwanda
President Kagame receives credentials from new envoys

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