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 Esther Favour
Esther Favour
Comprehensive Staffing Resources officials during the official launch of its operations in Rwanda on Friday, November 18. Photos: Dan Kwizera.
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Global outsourcing firm officially opens in Rwanda
Louise Mushikiwabo the Secretary General of the International Organisation of La Francophonie delivers remarks during La Francophonie summit in Tunisia on Saturday, November 19. Mushikiwabo has been re-elected as the Secretary General of OIF. Courtesy
International
Mushikiwabo re-elected La Francophonie’s Secretary General
The Government is considering raising the legal age for buying and consuming alcohol from 18 to 21 years. Dan Kwizera
Health
Religious leaders on proposed change to minimum legal drinking age
Luqman Muramba, who created Hano Online, a platform he meant to use to promote digital and physical products, during the interview. Photo by Willy Mucyo
Featured
Hano: A young designer’s goal of promoting businesses online
The Government is considering raising the legal age for buying and consuming alcohol from 18 to 21 years.Photo by  Dan Kwizera (2)
Education
Schools react to proposed changes in drinking age
Ambassador Ami Mpungwe, member of the Illovo Group Board of Directors, delivers his remarks
during the inauguration ceremony in Kigali on Wednesday, November 16. Photos: Dan Kwizera.
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ILLOVO Sugar Rwanda launches factory, 1Kg packaging
Participants follow  Minister of Education's remarks during the workshop that will run from Monday, November 14 to Thursday 17, The workshop brought together different university leaders from institutions in Africa, as well as the Chalmers University of Technology from Sweden. Photos  by Craish BAHIZI
Education
Government to assist varsity students turn research ideas into solutions
Ghislaine Muyikunde, a member of Swipe Africa, speaks about how  BK Urumuri Program helped  her and Swipe Africa
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'A scent is personal and part of your identity', Swipe Africa
Thousands of taxi- moto operators during the meeiing with Rwanda Cooperatives Agency together with the City of Kigali and Rwanda National Police at Kigali stadium on Monday, November 14.Craish Bahizi
Rwanda
New cooperatives set to standardise motorcyclists’ operations
Daniel Le Scornet signs copies of his book ‘Si Kigali était contée’ or ‘If Kigali was a tale’, for clients during its launch in Kigali on November 3. Photos: Courtesy.
Tourism
Author on documenting Kigali as one of ‘Africa’s brightest beacons’
Inmates at Nyarugenge Prison in Mageragere Sector.  A Cabinet meeting on Friday, November 11, approved the release of 814 inmates who had applied for parole.Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda
Cabinet approves release of prisoners on parole
Wreckage of Precision Air that crashed on Sunday being pulled out of Lake Victoria along Bukoba shores in Tanzania . / Internet photo
Africa
French detectives to investigate cause of Precision Air crash
Children wash their hands to prevent the spread of Covid 19 at Groupe Scolaire Kicukiro on January 13, 2021. According to the Ministry of Health, over two million children under 12 will get Covid jab before end of the year.
Health
Covid-19: Govt to vaccinate two million children before end of year
Students having a meal during lunch time  at Groupe Scolaire Ayabaraya in Kicukiro district   on Monday, February 28.Craish Bahizi
Education
Teachers call for tax exemption on school feeding fees
A teacher during a class at Institut Sainte Famille de Nyamasheke. The teacher’s day will take place on November 2 at BK Arena where more than 6,000 teachers will be gathered for the celebration. File
Education
Teachers Day celebrations for November 2
Gamblers playing on slot machines for betting business at Kisimenti in Kigali on April 16, 2019. Craish Bahizi
Rwanda
Gov’t in process to build ‘slot machines regulatory system’
Children ride bicycles during the celebration of World Cities Day that was held under the theme 'Act Local to Go Global' at Imbuga City Walk in Kigali on October 31. Photo by Craish Bahizi
Rwanda
City of Kigali to expand CBD car-free zone
Inimates at Nyarugenge prison in Kigali. According to Rwanda Investigation Bureau, 25,167 people are in jail for crimes related to drug abuse. Photo: Sam Ngendahimana.
Rwanda
Over 25,000 in jail for drug abuse

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