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Farmers welcome new deal to boost potato production

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The newly signed deal between the International Potato Centre (CIP) and BlackPace Africa Group to advance potato production in Africa, including Rwanda, is a timely intervention that will help improve production, farmers have said.

Meet Mukayiranga, Rusizi’s inspirational fisherwoman

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As the sun slowly goes down over the hills of Rusizi District, Claudine Mukayiranga and her crew are busy checking their fishing gear in readiness for expedition on Lake Kivu.

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Thousands to grace Gahanga Cricket Stadium inauguration

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Preparations are in high gear for the official launch of the state-of –the-art Gahanga Cricket Stadium on October 28. It will be a day for the sports fraternity and Rwanda in general to celebrate a milestone in the country’s cricketing history.

Volleyball: REG sign six players

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Rwanda Energy Group Volleyball club has completed the signing of six players ahead of the next season which is supposed to start in November. REG head coach, Jean Paul Mana confirmed the development .

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Love triangle: Canadian claims Safi’s wife duped him

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IT was one of the most high profile celebrity weddings this year, when Urban Boys lead singer Safi ‘Madiba’ got hitched to his girlfriend Judith Niyonizera early this month. The star-studded civil marriage in Remera was followed by a traditional marriage ceremony (gusaba) in Kicukiro district. Questions soon followed about...

PHOTOS: Rubavu gospel festival ends on a high

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Impressive praise and worship performances marked the end of Rubavu Miracle Festival on Sunday in Rubavu town, Western province. The festival, which started on Friday attracted a diverse audience from Goma, Eastern DR Congo and host Rwanda.

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Rwanda Film Festival is back

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Rwanda’s flagship film event, the Rwanda Film Festival is back. In its 13th edition this year, the festival will run from October 23rd-29th at various locations not only in Kigali, but also upcountry. The theme for this year is; Frontiers.

Music was not my long term plan- Riderman

When he’s not making mega hits, he’s probably grooming upcoming artistes under his record label Ibisumuzi Studio Records, or sharing a stage with them.

How to smoothly sail through adolescence

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October 11 marked the International Day of the Girl Child, a day that aims at highlighting and addressing challenges faced by young girls. It also presents a platform to renew efforts toward empowerment of girls and women in general.

Ask The Counsellor

Being spouses and co-workers is a complex task that requires love, patience and intellect to build the business, as well as maintain a fulfilling marriage.

Nurturing a gender-conscious generation

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It is the year 2017 and the name Harvey is nothing but negative in the minds of many. Not only is it the name of a devastating hurricane but it is also the name of this year’s "Pervert Made Public". I am most curious to see if there is a...

It takes a village

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In the scorching sun of a June afternoon, a gaunt teenage boy arrived at Kinyinya Health Centre. Weary and out of breath, Ishimwe made his way into the crowded waiting area and found a seat in the back row. He wiped the sweat beading on his forehead with the back...

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Editorial Cartoon

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Ombudman Anastase Murekezi has warned senior public officials who fail to declare their wealth as required by the law that they face serious action. The warning came amid efforts to revisit the law on corruption, which will see embezzlement of public funds classified as a form of corruption under the law.

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Restoring sight and hope in Rural Rwanda

Jacqueline Nyirahabineza spends her days laboring in other people’s farms in order to make ends meet. Her husband, Felicien Ukwitegetse has congenital cataract meaning that his vision has been impaired since he was a child.

CyberTeq: First Rwandan private cyber-security firm to boost cyber capacity in the region

The Government of Rwanda has significantly invested in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure and applications as a cornerstone for national economic growth.

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Why schools should involve students in decision making

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Dealing with student grievances is every school head’s nightmare. Education experts warn that at the heart of this challenge is poor communication between students and the school administration.

Teachers union calls for empowerment of female teachers

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The National Teachers’ Union has called for more support to female teachers to promote education in the country. During the recent 4th congress of the Rwanda Teachers Union, officials called for increased support to the female teachers as they play multiple roles in society.

SDG 10: Reduced inequalities

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The purpose of SDG 10 is to make everyone more equal! This means all people should have opportunity, safe and clean places to live, enough money, good schools and doctors, and lots of other things.

William Shakespeare: Renowned English playwright and poet

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William Shakespeare (26 April 1564 – 23 April 1616), was an English poet, playwright, and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist.[2] He is often called England’s national poet, and the “Bard of Avon”.