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 Germain Nsanzimana
Germain Nsanzimana
Minister Jean-Claude Musabyimana speaks to residents of Rubavu  after Saturday's community work in Busasamana Sector/Photo by Germain Nsanzimana
Health
Rubavu: Minister Musabyimana urges parents to end stunting
François Habitegeko, Governor of Western Province speaks to residents of Rubavu District how the  security is well maintained at the borders despite current tensions between Rwanda and DR Congo, on November 22.  Photo by Germain Nsanzimana
Security
Rubavu: Governor Habitegeko speaks out on border security
The body of the Congolese soldier was recovered before it was identified. Photo by Germain Nsanzimana
Security
DR Congo admits its soldier violated Rwanda border
Ildephonse Kambogo, the Mayor for Rubavu District speaks to the media at La Petite Barriere border on November 19. Photo by Germain Nsanzimana
Security
Mayor Kambogo urges Rubavu residents to ‘stay calm’
A view of ‘Sebeya’ river that flows into Lake Kivu near Serena Hotel in Rubavu District. Sebeya remains the leading  river that  still brings more waste in the lake, that cause water pollution. Photo by Germain Nsanzimana.
Environment
REMA warns of water pollution in Lake Kivu
Some of the 89 DR Congo citizens who arrive in Bugeshi Sector in Rubavu on Sunday, November 13. They are fleeing from fights between the government forces FARDC and M23 rebels group. Photo Courtesy
Rwanda
Close to 90 Congolese flee to Rwanda
Minister of Youth and Culture Rosemary Mbabazi speaking to participants yesterday in Nyamasheke District
Rwanda
Govt looks to increase youth friendly centres
A view of la Petite Barriere , the border between Goma in DRC and Rubavu in Rwanda. Rwandans have been warned against  unnecessary travel to DR Congo. File
Africa
Rwandans warned against "unnecessary" travel to DR Congo
Lt Gen Mubarakh Muganga, Army Chief of Staff hands over a certificate to one of the 57 former combatants of armed groups based in Eastern DR Congo, who completed a training in entrepreneurship and civic education, at Mutobo in Musanze District. Photos by Germain Nsanzimana
Rwanda
Over 50 ex-combatants discharged from Mutobo Centre
A landscape picture of Mukunguri rice plantation in Kamonyi District. Rwanda is set to increase the scale of land on which rice is grown by 5,000 hectares to intensify production. Photo by Sam Ngendahimana
Agriculture
Rwanda to increase rice plantations by 5,000 hectares
Inside a girls' room at Groupe Scolaire Protestant in Kigali. Schools in some remote areas are seeking for more sanitary materials for ‘girls’ room’ as a measure to help in mitigating dropouts and missing classes. Dan Nsengiyumva
Schools seek more sanitary equipment in 'girls room'
Coffee farmers harvest fresh coffee. Coffee producing companies and farmers in Western Province are requesting for more seedlings for an ongoing replacement program of the aging coffee trees. / Sam Ngendahimana
Agriculture
Coffee producers appeal for more seedlings
The Auditor General Alexis Kamuhire presenting to the parliament the annual audit report.  Courtesy
Rwanda
Officials discuss Auditor General's findings
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Rwanda
Minister Bayisenge calls for more efforts in addressing family conflicts
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Agriculture
Pyrethrum farmers urged to increase production to meet rising demand
Students during a plumbing exercise at Musanze Polytechnique.Rwanda TVET Board (RTB) has revised the academic programmes TVET, to make them up to to date with dictates of the job market.Sam Ngendahimana
Rwanda
TVET curriculum revised to meet job market demand
A view of Kivu Beach on the shores of Lake Kivu in Rubavu District. Photos: Courtesy.
Tourism
Kivu beach: A ‘backdrop’ of fresh water, sand and sardines
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Africa
DR Congo releases nine Rwandans

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