Linda M. Kagire
Linda M. Kagire
A joyful Regina Mukakalisa and her husband Theophile Independence are living a happy and healthy marriage after enduring years of abuse, tolerating alcoholism, and allowing their children
Breaking the cycle: A family’s triumph over hardship and GBV
LaDonna Sanders Nkosi, an award-winning speaker and transformation agent, talks to The New Times about coming to Rwanda and falling in love with the country. PHOTOS BY OLIVIER MUGWIZA
How Rwanda stole the heart of an American peace and culture advocate
A victim of sexual violence crime. Gender-based violence manifests in many forms, ranging from physical and psychological, to economic and sexual. INTERNET PHOTO
Uncovering the veiled reality of intimate partner violence
According to experts, stress and an unbalanced diet are some of causes of premature greying. Photo by Christianne Murengerantwari.
Going grey ‘early’: What is the cause?
Monica Musonda, a Zambian entrepreneur and CEO of Java Foods, was among the speakers at the two-day Africa Women Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum 2023 (AWIEF), which was held in Kigali from November 9-10. Courtesy
“Do not be afraid to start out”: Zambian entrepreneur Monica Musonda to young women eying the business world
Former residents of Kangondo on their arrival to Busanza estate during the relocation exercise. Photo by Dan Gatsinzi
The evolution of Busanza, a once over-looked Kigali suburb
Dr. Maniragaba urges people to listen to and understand their bodies and seek treatment early. PHOTOS BY CHRISTIANNE MURENGERANTWARI
An overview of breast cancer through an oncologist’s lens
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Bisesero: How Aminadabu Birara became a beacon of resistance against the Genocide
The feature film, dubbed “Bisesero: A Daughter’s Story”, will recount the little-known true story of the Bisesero Resistance. Courtesy
Genocide: Bisesero heroics to be documented in new movie
He said Rwanda benefited in many ways. FILE PHOTOS
Trace’s Laouchez reflects on awards in Rwanda, lessons learnt and what the future holds
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Traditionalist Rutangarwamaboko on quest to preserve Rwandan culture
A new view of Rugando in 2020, after the construction of Kigali Convention Centre. File
From scarcity to affluence: The evolution of Rugando-Kimihurura
Eric Mushimire, a stoic 57-year-old businessman during a tour at Kwa Mushimire’, an area located in Kibagabaga cell, Kimironko sector, Gasabo District . Photos by Emmanuel Dushimimana
‘Kwa Mushimire’: How area got its famous nickname
L-R: Bruce Melodie and The Ben.
The Ben vs Bruce Melodie: What is behind the alleged ‘beef’ between the two artistes?
Chantal Mudahogora is an experienced psychotherapist at Solid Minds, a mental health clinic in Kigali. She has also worked with female victims of domestic violence, and people suffering fro 1
Therapist Mudahogora on why Rwandans should be more open about mental health
Mutesi Gasana is an author and founder of Ubuntu Publishers Ltd and Arise Education. She is known for promoting the reading culture by creating and advocating for access to reliable local books for children. Courtesy
Declining reading culture: What role can parents, guardians play to boost reading?
Rwandan Artist Claude Nizeyimana, poses near his artworks during the interview. Born and raised in Gisenyi, Rubavu district, He  knew deep down he loved art as a child. Photo by Christianne Murengerantwari
From Rubavu to the world: “Village boy” Nizeyimana eyes conquering the art scene
Niyomugenga's mother Chantal Mukasharangabo during a training session of tailors . She  is one of one of trainers at the school.
How a tailor’s son drew inspiration to empower vulnerable female artisans

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