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Every victim has a name, you know
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Belgium has a moral imperative to come clean on events in Rwanda
Mohamood Noordin Thobani, a Ugandan businessman who played a significant role in preserving the remains of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Uganda was on Saturday, April 20 given the “Umurinzi w’Igihango” award.
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Kwibuka 30 and Mahmood Thobani’s lesson to humanity
Rwanda's Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Events (MICE) industry recorded $95 million in revenue in 2023, representing a 48 per cent increase from 2022. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
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Rwanda’s MICE tourism is growing, we should harness it
Residents of Gitwe exhuming Genocide victims from a mass grave in 2021. File
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Hiding whereabouts of genocide bodies undermines reconciliation gains, we must act
Thousands of youths who turned up for a commemoration event dubbed OUR PAST at Nyanza-Kicukiro Genocide Memorial on April 9.Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
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Young people are proof of Rwanda’s identity reboot
We remember, with profound respect, the politicians who stood defiant in the face of barbarity.
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What can we learn from Rwanda's fallen politicians?
Imbuga City Walk in Kigali. FILE
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Rwanda’s economic resilience story is one to celebrate
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Standing with Genocide survivors is the least we can do
The President Paul Kagame and First Lady Jeannette Kagame lit the Flame of Remembrance at Kigali Genocide Memorial as Rwanda marked the 30th Commemoration of the Genocide against the Tutsi on Sunday, April 7.
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We will not tire demanding proper recognition of Genocide against the Tutsi
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Kwibuka 30: Honouring survivors for choosing forgiveness to build a stronger Rwanda
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Paying tax is everyone’s responsibility
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It is misguided to think men will be left behind in gender equality journey
Christians during the mass at REGINA PACIS catholic church in Kigali on Sunday, March 31. Photo by Emmanuel Dushimimana
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Easter celebrations: Embracing hope and renewal
The new research exposes a persistent challenge – the unequal burden of unpaid care work that disproportionately falls on women in Rwanda.
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Addressing unpaid care work is Rwanda’s unfinished business
Inyambo Parade Festival that was last held more than sixty years ago, took place in Nyanza on Saturday, March 23. Photo by Willy Mucyo
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Reviving cultural practices will strengthen memory transmission
Authorities in the United States last week arrested  Eric Tabaro Nshimiye, a 52-year old Rwandan genocide suspect.  Internet
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Tabaro’s arrest in US sends a clear warning to other Genocide fugitives
Inside one of Irish Potato shops in Nyabisindu in Kigali. PHOTO BY SAM NGENDAHIMANA
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Stabilizing prices is a fight we all care about

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