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    [PHOTOS]: Grassroots education officers get laptops

    District and sector education officers (DEOs and SEOs), yesterday, received laptops donated by the United Nations Children’s Education Fund (Unicef) to help with data storage, retrieval and ease communication challenges.

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    WASAC considers legal action to recover Rwf2bn

    At least 15,000 water subscribers with outstanding bills have been warned of legal action, as the Water and Sanitation Corporation Ltd (WASAC) moves to recover more than Rwf2bn owed to the utility.

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    Museums boss charged, pinned on flouting tendering procedures

    Embattled Director-General of the Institute of National Museum of Rwanda (INMR) Alphonse Umulisa, yesterday, appeared before Nyarugenge Intermediate Court, where he was formerly charged with three counts of abuse of public funds.

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    Tumba College student invents life saving app

    One day Ange Uwambajimana accompanied her brother to hospital where he was immediately admitted. Uwambajimana had no choice other than staying by her brother’s bedside in hospital.

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    How to help slow learners cope in class

    It is a heartbreaking experience for a student to be in class day after day but fail to keep up with what the teacher is teaching, especially not because they haven’t been making an effort to...

Gisozi residents construct Rwf23m police station

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Residents of Gisozi Sector and Gasabo District have constructed a fully-fledged Police station valued at over Rwf23 million as part of their community policing initiative to support security activities in the area.

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NAEB boosts tea co-ops with 5 trucks worth Rwf160m

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The National Agricultural Exports Board (NAEB) has donated 5 trucks worth Rwf160million to boost productivity in tea cooperatives.

Local economists tipped on data use

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Local economists and statisticians have been urged to embrace modern technologies to enhance accuracy in data collection, interpretation and analysis.

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Senegal national team pay tribute to Genocide victims

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Senegal national team ‘Lions of Teranga’ were left speechless and heartbroken after visiting the Gisozi Genocide Memorial in Nyarugenge District on Monday afternoon.

All set for V-ball Genocide Memorial Tournament

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Over 20 teams have confirmed participation in the Genocide Memorial Tournament (GMT) to be held on Saturday and Sunday in Kigali City. The tournament has attracted teams from different countries, according to Rwanda Volleyball Federation (FRVB), the organizers.

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[PHOTOS]: Korean artist holds solo exhibition in Kigali

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In an art exhibition titled-Being, Another, hosted by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, Oh Youngsook, a popular Korean contemporary artist, explored the possibilities of marrying cultures with art.

[PHOTOS]: All set for Kigali Fashion Week

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AS the D-day for the popular Kigali Fashion Show approaches, preparations are in high gear.

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How local artists came of age at WEF

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“They told me what songs to sing but for me I don’t like those things. I know my job and what kind of songs to sing but they told me to sing particular songs,” explains Hope Irakoze, one of the few local performers lucky to perform for guests at the...

I'm buying a 'moto'

If you have a cool motorbike that you don’t use or just want to give away, let your girl know. Or if you know a place where I can get a good deal, let me know as well. I’m ready to buy one. Saving for a car is taking longer...

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Property wrangles: When in-laws turn against the widow

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When Josephine Mukahigiro lost her husband last year, all she wanted was solace; especially from those she called ‘family.’ Little did she know that her in-laws, the relatives she had so lovingly invited and welcomed into her home, would only add to the already daunting pain she felt.

Kabagema marks three decades of success in fashion

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Josephine Kabagema, also known as Josée, is a Rwandan model based in France. In an industry that many have deemed ‘unfruitful’, Kabagema has beaten the odds and proved that modelling can be as rewarding as any other profession.

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Rwanda will always attract attention

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I enjoyed reading comments in the media on Rwanda’s successful hosting of the World Economic Forum. I was particularly amused by the banter between some who, on one hand, opined that the country attracted world attention for playing proficient host, thanks to her “Agaciro”, and those who, on the other,...

EDITORIAL: Public-private partnerships will address housing challenge

Investors have been urged to prioritise the real estate sector as the City of Kigali continues to advocate for the construction of housing units that are affordable for city dwellers. The call was made during the Kigali Investment Forum meeting held in Kigali, on Monday.

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Editorial Cartoon

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Police has appealed to operators in the public transport sector to exercise maximum vigilance not to facilitate criminality, especially drug dealers, who use public means to traffic psychotropic substances.

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Notice of amalgamation of Banque Populaire du Rwanda Limited with BRD Commercial Bank Limited

Notice of amalgamation of Banque Populaire du Rwanda Limited with BRD Commercial Bank Limited.

Cause of Humanity Drives Rwanda Peacekeeping Interventions

The scorching sun of the desert could pound their young innocent bodies with strong persistent radiance of heat. The hot sand, with fast conduction through to the ground-spread canvas could hardly allow any good amount of concentration.

Milestones and opportunities Rwanda Energy Policy strategic targets

For a sustainable economic growth, energy Sector has to be reinforced as a pillar of development.

Rwanda Standards Board Promoting Locally Made Products

Standards provide the reference framework and basis for comparison of products. Standards facilitate trade by enhancing product performance,safety, productivity and customer confidence in the product or service.

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How to help slow learners cope in class

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It is a heartbreaking experience for a student to be in class day after day but fail to keep up with what the teacher is teaching, especially not because they haven’t been making an effort to cope, but simply because their mind works that way.

Skills development: Vocational training remains the answer

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The recently concluded World Economic Forum saw thousands of people from across the globe come to Rwanda. A lot of things were discussed and resolutions were made to see that Africa can take off in terms of economic development.

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The good and bad in shisha smoking

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Perched on high stools, they laugh out loud. The mood is cheerful as four men probably in their early 20s, inhale from long pipes standing on a table in their midst. Scented smoke hits your nose as you get closer to them.

How to deal with impacted teeth

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Impacted teeth generally feel uncomfortable and hurtful while growing. However, as one gets older the pain diminishes although some people may still find them quite unpleasant.