The Principal Judge of the East African Court of Justice (EACJ), Justice Johnston Busingye, has revealed that Rwandans will no longer have to travel to Arusha’s regional court to settle disputes, following the establishment of a sub-registry in Kigali.
Cyanika town reminds one of other small towns in the periphery of the countryside. It’s quiet and not very vibrant as expected of a town located at a fully functional border post between two developing countries.
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.
Representatives of 30 women cooperatives across the country are this year exhibiting their products in the ongoing international expo at Gikondo grounds, with support from the National Women’s Council (NWC).