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 Linda M. Kagire
Linda M. Kagire
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Why Rwanda getting on Spotify is such a big deal
The lovely couple is now officially husband and wife.
CELEB WATCH: Who is off the hook?
Lee Ndayisaba has established himself in the media and entertainment industries. / Photos: Courtesy
Will Ndayisaba be the man to take Rwandan music to the next level?
Element, real name Fred Robinson Mugisha, is Rwandau2019s youngest music producer and the brains behind most of Rwandau2019s hit tracks. / Photos by Willy Mucyo
Producer Element on making hits, steering Rwanda’s music industry in right direction
Students learn to read at Groupe Scolaire Camp Kigali before the pandemic. / Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Children & Education
Out of school? Keep them reading, writing
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The essence of managing sleep
Johnson Bigwi during the interview with The New Times. / Photos by Willy Mucyo
Reader/You Write
Inspired by nature: Designer on choosing architecture over medicine
Social Mula is said to have u2018beefu2019 with Bruce Melodie (right). / Net photos
What is the ‘beef’ between Social Mula and Bruce Melodie?
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Chasing dreams, beating cancer and using satire to reach society — Keza’s story
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Meet Ruth Rigoga, the trailblazing female sports journalist defying odds
Okra can be found in Kimironko Market. / Photo: Net
Okra: The overlooked vegetable
In order to be able to execute both tasks of working and teaching, a schedule is very important. / Net photo
Tips to balance work and home-schooling during the lockdown
Emmy and Joyce. /Net photo
Which Rwandan stars will tie the knot in 2021?
Gospel band u2018Beauty for Ashesu2019 . / Courtesy
End of the road for Beauty for Ashes? Why Rwandan musical groups have fallen apart
Kids who were shaved in Rwempasha. / Photo: Courtesy.
Children & Education
The hair debate: Does a student’s hairdo interfere with education?
Meddy and Otile Brown. / Net Photo
Meddy vs Otile Brown: Who made ‘Dusuma’ tick?
Online education will definitely still be relevant even after the pandemic because minimum movement and limiting social contacts will still be important. / Net photo.
Children & Education
Why online courses remain the best bet to further education in 2021
Alyn Sano had a busy 2020. She says artists can monetise their work online.
How will 2021 shape up for the music industry?

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