NEMBA – a beehive of Activity is what comes to mind when one thinks of a border crossing, especially one of Nemba One Stop Border Post in Bugesera District between Rwanda and Burundi, where a modern...
Rwandan and Ugandan ministers in charge of East African Community Affairs (EAC), yesterday, visited Mahama Refugee Camp in Kirehe District, to assess the welfare of Burundian refugees there.
The East African Community’s annual budget has dropped by over $15 million (about Rwf10bn) from $126 million in the previous year to $110 million in the coming financial year.
Civil society Activists have welcomed a call by a top German court that the former mayor of Muvumba commune, Onesphore Rwabukombe, be sentenced to life in prison for his involvement in killing people during the 1994...
When the draws were made by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and pit Rwanda against Somalia then Uganda and Egypt on the road to qualification for the RIO 2016 Olympic Games, one would have quickly...
There is need for more female experts in the peace and security domain, because of the special role they play in restoring peace in conflict torn areas, according to an activist.
Government signing a memorandum of understanding with Sinohydro Corporation, a Chinese state-owned company, that aim at establishing a framework that will help fast-track the development of the 120MW Nyabarongo II power project.
Two coffee co-operatives from Gakenke and Muhanga districts have received Rwf9.7 million funding for clean water supply and waste water treatment projects at their coffee washing stations.
Today: First leg Rwanda U-23 vs Uganda U-23 3:30pm After seeing off Somalia in the first round, Rwanda U-23 men’s football team takes on Uganda in a much awaited CAF U-23 Championship/Rio Olympic Games qualifier this afternoon at Amahoro Stadium.
The most popular football club in Rwanda, Rayon Sports have endured an unforgettable season that was marred by a trophyless-campaign and internal wrangles.
Bruce Niyonkuru is one of the young budding visual artists at Ivuka Arts. He discovered his talent at the age of eight at Kacyiru Primary School, Niyonkuru where he used to draw- a hobby he loved.
Many young girls aspire to be fashion models when they grow up, and one of them is Winnie Kalisa; she is determined to make a difference in the fashion industry as she pursues her dream career in modelling.
Over the years, the City of Kigali has reveled in the enviable reputation of “clean city”; a tag that is hard to put on many developing countries.
Jacques Nkinzingabo describes his style of photography as “creative, narrative, quirky, soulful, memorable and magical”. But that’s not all. His photography, in a broad aspect, focuses primarily on political, social and cultural issues, and their link to the radical transformations of the human condition in time and space.
At the age of thirteen, Vivian K (not real names) was left at home alone as her aunt, who was her guardian ran some errands.
Recently, a 17-year-old pregnant girl walked to a police station to report that her ‘husband’ had chased her away from her marital home.
As regional and international attention remains on the Burundi political crisis, the subject of what is likely to happen in the aftermath of last week’s failed coup remains flush in the local and international media.
All roads in the Rwandan Diaspora community lead to Dallas, Texas where the first edition of the Rwanda Youth Forum takes place this weekend.
As the Rwanda business environment keeps on blossoming, with a number of informal entities that metamorphosing into SMEs or formal professionally managed corporations and multi-national bodies, the need for business management services has also kept on growing.
Creating practical and sustainable initiatives in addressing challenges that affect communities and contribute to national development occupies a high table position on the working agenda of the Government of Rwanda.
Friday 1st May, Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) joined other Rwandans and the rest of the world to celebrate the International Labour Day with a call on employees to give utmost commitment to their work for tangible results as that gives satisfaction to employers, employees and the customers, contributing to national development in this process.
As Rwanda joins the rest of the world to celebrate the World Press Freedom Day, the UN Resident Coordinator, Lamin Manneh, gives an insight into the state of press freedom and Rwanda and what more needs to be done for a vibrant media sector.
Three months at school, one at home, then three more months at school. And the cycle continues year-in-year-out. This is the routine of every boarding school learner. In short, these learners spend 9 out of the 12 months at school, and only 3 of the 12 with their parents and...
Last week, government announced a directive banning boarding section for primary schools. Olivier Rwamukwaya, the Minister of State in Charge of Primary and Secondary Education, said the decision was taken to ensure that parents inculcate a culture of fostering their own children until they are old enough to be away...
About two years ago Adelene Kwizera’s baby was badly scalded on the left arm after she accidentally hit a sauce pan containing boiling water. Her daughter’s dark scar is still visible today.
It is common to interact with people whose body odour is not the best. A bad odour kills someone’s (the victim) confidence but also turns off most people. But what exactly causes someone to have that unpleasant odour?