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 Linda M. Kagire
Linda M. Kagire
Entrepreneur Nicole Ansoni, the owner of  Inka Steakhouse, a high-end restaurant located in Rugando, Kimihurura, was born in New York, US to an Ethiopian father and a Rwandan mother. All photos by Christianne Murengerantwari
Business
Hospitality key player on why parents should nurture their children’s dreams
A group of suspects who ran a fraudulent scheme to steal money from people through mobile money. They were paraded at RIB headquarters. File
Crime
Are mobile phone, online scammers getting more sophisticated?
Julie Mutoni  the Managing Director of Multilines International Rwanda during an interview. Photo by Willy Mucyo
Women
How being “young and fearless” prepared logistics expert Julie Mutoni for male-dominated industry
Genocide survivor Irma Ihumure has become increasingly open about her own story, providing a platform for women survivors to share their experiences in “Voices of Hope”, a 30-part series. Photos by Christianne Murengerantwari
Kwibuka
Genocide survivor Irma Ihumure on healing power of storytelling
The ongoing construction activities of the first phase, consisting of a 220-bed hospital and a medical college. Photos by Willy Mucyo
Health
New hospital aims to boost healthcare access and medical tourism
Jason Havuga Nshimye with his wife Francoise Uwimana Nshimye and their four children.  Courtesy photo.
Kwibuka
Diaspora couple on confronting genocide denial abroad, narrating their own story
Yvan Buravan would have turned 29 on April 27. ‘Twaje Fest; is being organised in honour of the late singer who passed away on August 22. 2022. Net  photos.
Music
‘Twaje Fest’ in the pipeline to keep Yvan Buravan’s legacy alive
Rwandan youth are increasingly getting caught up in the social media frenzy, using platforms like TikTok, Snapchat, Instagram, and more, to gain followers. File photo
Technology
The dark side of social media for Rwandan youth
Screenwriter, film producer, and director, Joël Karekezi during the interview. Photo by Christianne Murengerantwari
Kwibuka
Director Karekezi on why preserving memory of Genocide through film is key
A barista prepares coffee for clients at Bourbon Coffee MTN Centre Branch in Kigali on March 27, 2024. Photo by Chelsea Nkubito
Economy
Untold story: Bourbon’s role in Rwanda’s growing coffee culture
Felix Nduwamungu during the interview with The New Times. Photos by Willy Mucyo
Kwibuka
Genocide survivor Nduwamungu reflects on overcoming “urge to avenge family”
Karate coach, Guy Didier Rurangayire, gives instructions to his trainees during the session.Courtesy
Karate
Karate ace Rurangayire on why parents should enroll children for martial arts classes early
Bruce Melodie's 'When She's Around' featuring Shaggy was ranked 8th on Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart. Net photo
Music
What lessons can Rwandan artistes draw from Bruce Melodie- Shaggy collaboration?
Ernestine Mukagihana drives a six-wheel 70-seater RITCO Bus, ferrying passengers from Kigali to upcountry destinations. Photo by Willy Mucyo
Women
How two women are shattering gender barriers in ‘jobs for men’
Donatha Mujawamariya, an ophthalmology nurse  conducts eye screenning at Rwanda Charity Eye Hospital. Photo by Willy MUCYO
Women
Closing the gender gap in Rwanda’s health sector
Dr Inyange is a neurosurgeon at the Kigali University Teaching Hospital (CHUK). Courtesy photo.
Women
Girls, be the difference the country’s healthcare is looking for — Rwanda’s youngest neurosurgeon
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Health
VIDEO - From passion to profit: Munyengango on driving ‘healthy Rwanda’ agenda
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Women
Serving at grassroots level is where Dr Umuhoza Rwabukumba’s heart lies

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