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A community health worker spraying medicine to combat malaria in Ruhango district. File
Editorial
With all hands on deck, we can make Malaria history in Rwanda
Over 10,000 people attended the Global Citizen's inaugural Move Afrika concert that was headlined by American rapper Kendrick Lamar at BK Arena, in Kigali, on December 6, 2023. President Paul Kagame also attended and briefly addressed the crowd. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza for The New Times.
Editorial
For Rwanda’s MICE sector, the only way is forward
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It is our moral duty to prevent, call out domestic violence
One of over ten houses that were damaged by landslides due to heavy rains in Southern Province. Courtesy
Editorial
Heeding Meteo Rwanda’s advice can save many lives
Some trucks stranded at Rwanda-Burundi border in Bugesera on Friday, January 12. Photo by Olivier Mugwiza
Editorial
Burundi's unilateral closure of borders with Rwanda is a diplomatic misstep
The government of Burundi on Thursday, January 11 decided to close the country’s border posts with Rwanda, leaving travellers stranded on both sides of the borders.
Editorial
Government must take steps to protect Rwandans in Burundi
Existing child-protection laws can also be enforced in full to ensure that children are equally protected under the law against assault.
That rod actually spoils the child, so let’s spare it
The newly constructed monument depicting late Father Ubald Rugirangoga that was unveiled on Sunday, January 7, during a memorial event in Rusizi District.  Courtesy
Editorial
There is even a better way Christians can honour Father Ubald Rugirangoga
A walk to remember Heroes of Nyange who were massacred on March 18, 1997. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana.
Editorial
Let us have our country at heart
A project to translate all school textbooks into Braille format is a way of promoting inclusive education in the Rwandans learning ecosystem.
Editorial
Mass production of school textbooks in braille will promote inclusive education
Rwanda Defence Force soldiers on a military parade during  Kwibohora25 ceremony in Kigali on July 4, 2019. The year 2024, marks the 30th Anniversary of the Liberation of Rwanda. File
Editorial
Rwanda turns 30: Why it matters for all of us
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Editorial
Welcome to 2024, a year of milestones for Rwanda
Thousands of travellers from Kigali wait for buses on Sunday, as they headed upcountry to celebrate Christmas with their families. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Editorial
We need a permanent solution for the congestion at Nyabugogo park
A view of Rwanda’s new ultra-modern Amahoro Stadium that is under construction at Remera in Gasabo District.  The 45,000-seater covered state-of-art sports facility that meets FIFA standards, is expected to be fully completed in 2024. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Editorial
There has never been a better time to be Rwandan, but there will be
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Editorial
A chaotic DR Congo is much a danger  to Congolese as it is to the region 
Thousands of commuters stranded at Nyabugogo Taxi park while travelling upcountry to celebrate festive season with their families on Sunday, December 24. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Editorial
The festive season is here, but there is also tomorrow
Colonel Laurent Serubuga,a key mastermind of the Genocide who worked as a deputy chief of staff of the former Rwandan military, Ex-FAR, was set free on rather unfortunate grounds.
Editorial
Time for France to reopen Col. Serubuga case
President Paul Kagame with several Heads of State and Government and other senior delegates offically launch BioNTech’s first vaccine manufacturing plant in Africa on Monday,December 18 .
Editorial
BioNTech facility in Kigali is a gamechanger for Africa

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