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Celebrating national harvestNYANZA – Prime Minister, Pierre Damien Habumuremyi, has said the annual harvest celebrations, known as Umuganura, should inspire Rwandans to work harder to improve their... Read More
EAC Court launches Kigali registry officeThe Principal Judge of the East African Court of Justice (EACJ), Justice Johnston Busingye, has revealed that Rwandans will no longer have to travel to... Read More
Rwamagana – All unauthorised buildings in Eastern Province districts will be demolished, authorities have warned.
This was disclosed Friday by the Governor of the province, Odette Uwamariya, while addressing visiting National Technical Committee on Housing.
Medical experts have warned the public against consumption of illicit drugs because it’s one of the leading causes of Kidney disease. The most endangered people are those who do self medication without medical advice and those who continuously used traditional herbs.... Read More »
Men’s Final Results
1 Farah GBR 27:30.42
2 Rupp USA 27:30.90
3 Bekele ETH 27:31.43
Most people can feel close to their loved ones while on the move by tucking their favourite Kodak moment behind the plastic window within their wallet.... Read More »
I do love football but the fanaticism attached to the highly monetised European leagues by some of the people I know (not Europeans of course) always fascinates me. I grew up during the days of “Football Made in Germany” that featured the likes of Ghana’s Anthony Yeboah, Nigeria’s Austin “Jay Jay” Okocha and Brazil’s Paulo Sergio.... Read More »
BRUSSELS – The emerging consensus in Europe nowadays is that only “debt mutualization” in the form of Eurobonds can resolve the euro crisis, with advocates frequently citing the early United States, when Alexander Hamilton, President George Washington’s treasury secretary, successfully pressed the new federal government to assume the Revolutionary War debts of America’s states. But a closer look reveals that this early US experience provides neither a useful analogy nor an encouraging precedent for Eurobonds.... Read More »
Revenues generated from the tourism sector have this year increased by 11 per cent compared to the same period (January-June) last year.... Read More »