Moïse M. Bahati

NCC celebrates Christmas with Huye children

The National Commission for Children (NCC) this week hosted orphans and vulnerable children for Christmas in Huye District, showering each with gifts. The ceremony, held Tuesday, brought together at least 250 children and their guardians drawn from Gishamvu, Tumba and Ngoma sectors. This year...

Thursday, December 26, 2019, 12:20 AM

Scouts from East Africa in Ruhango for peace training

Hundreds of scouts from seven East African nations have started training on peace and unity in Ruhango District. The training has attracted more than 600 scouts, aged between 13 and 26 years. “We want you to be the engine for change and take part in intercultural dialogues for youth....

Thursday, December 19, 2019, 12:44 PM

Southern province leaders tipped on service delivery

Good governance should be reflected by the wellbeing of people, said Prof. Anasthase Shyaka, Minister for Local Governance. He was addressing leaders from the districts of Southern Province on Wednesday at a meeting in Huye District called to discuss the impact of decentralisation, the role of...

Friday, December 13, 2019, 12:00 AM

Secondary school candidates begin national examinations

Some 171,123 students started the 2019 national examinations for Ordinary and Advanced levels of secondary schools on Tuesday. Isaac Munyakazi, the State Minister in charge of Primary and Secondary Education, who flagged off the examinations in Huye District, reminded candidates the values they...

Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 12:07 AM

Progressively, Huye town is coming back to life

It is around 10.00am on a weekday in the central business area of Huye town and there is a beehive of activity. Several people are moving about and the many shops lining both sides of the street are open, with customers walking in and out while further down the street, men offloading cement from...

Friday, August 23, 2019, 12:00 AM

“New news out of Africa”, a book on how Africa has been misrepresented

“For too long, a sad song has dominated the story of Africa and fueled a relentless, unforgiving Afro-pessimism.” This sentence echoes the belief among African elite and those interested in the continent’s development: Africa has long been reported with bias and stereotypes....

Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 12:00 AM

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