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The event was attended by people from various corporate institutions, the party featured various activities including food, trivia, and brief speeches. CHRISTIANNE MURENGERANTWARI
FEATURED: Radisson Blu, Kigali Convention Centre treat clients to fabulous end-of-year fete
Minister of Education Gaspard Twagirayezu and the university’s chancellor Bishop Vincent Harolimana cut a cake as INES-Ruhengeri celebrate the anniversary of  20 years on December 7. Photos by Craish BAHIZI
FEATURED: INES-Ruhengeri marks 20 years of empowering Rwanda through applied sciences
Julien Niyingabira, the Division Manager of the Rwanda Health Communication Centre. File
Health ministry urged to clarify difference between advertisement and information
Officials at the launch of “MyRRA” a system that consolidates all its online services within a unified portal  at Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA), on Tuesday, December 5. Courtesy
RRA launches single portal for all online services
Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente with officials during a tour of an exhibition during the opening of the mining week on Monday, December 4. Courtesy
Mining: Officials confident sector will fetch $1b by end of year
A view of Kunga Therapy Center in Kimironko sector, of Gasabo district. Kunga Therapy and seven other health facilities offering traditional, complementary, and alternative medicine have been closed down. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Kunga Therapy, 7 other health facilities closed
Residents undergo a mass screening exercise of Non-communicable Desease during the ongoing campaign on GBV on Saturday, December 2.
Kigali: Campaign against GBV features testing for NCDs, HIV
Dr Sabin Nsanzimana, the Minister of Health delivers remarks at an event to mark World AIDs Day on Thursday, November 30. He said the disease is not yet finished. PHOTOS BY DAN GATSINZI
World AIDS Day: MoH urges everyone to participate in the fight
Minister of Health Dr Sabin Nsanzimana (3rd right) poses for a photo with individuals and representatives of organisations who were acknowledged for their vital contribution to the fight against AIDS during the World AIDS Day event in Kigali on Thursday, November 30. During his address, Nsanzimana encouraged young individuals to undergo
testing and start treatment, emphasising that the illness is still prevalent. PHOTOS BY DAN GATSINZI
HIV/AIDS: Rwanda braces for reduced foreign aid
President Paul Kagame leads the ceremony to break ground to kick-start the construction of the BioNTech vaccine manufacturing plant in Rwanda  on June 23, 2022. Photo by Willy Mucyo
BioNTech Rwanda vaccine manufacturing plant to be launched next month
Officials give milk to the children during the event to RBC celebrate child health care week in Nyamashake on November 27. All Photos by Craish BAHIZI
Stunting: Officials optimistic 2024 reduction targets can be met
Prominent American preacher Rick Warren addresses clerics during the All Africa Baptist Fellowship (AABF) gathering in Kigali on Wednesday, November 29. Courtesy
Rick Warren to African pastors: It is your time to lead the global church
Passengers stranded at Downtown Taxi park  in Kigali on February 8. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Kigali: Gov’t opens up public transport market to individual investors
Minister of State in charge of Regional Cooperation, General (rtd) James Kabarebe speaks at the 9th edition of the Dakar International Forum on Peace and Security in Africa. Courtesy
Kabarebe urges Africa to pool resources to address security threats
Some of players in the agriculture sector follow a presentation as Bank of Kigali (BK) officials engage them on some of the bank’s financing solutions aimed at helping them grow , on Friday, November 24 . Emmanuel Dushimimana
Bank of Kigali tips agri-exporters on its Rwf150 billion financial solutions
Mechanicians re-assemble a Volkswagen car at the firm at Kigali Special Economic Zone. SAM NGENDAHIMANA
German companies in Rwanda eager to invest in R&D, services – survey
Some of the newly completed housing units at Bwiza Riverside Estates, a Rwandan green housing project, considered to be "a game changer" in the country's green housing endeavours. All photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
[FEATURED] Green Housing: Top IFC official praises Bwiza Riverside Estates as "game changer"
Delegates during the presentation of the report on Friday, November 24. Courtesy
Idle public assets: Watchdog blames ‘hasty’ approval of feasibility studies

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