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July 27

  • Rwanda: Dakar Education Resolutions - How Is Rwanda Fairing?

    New Times

    The six education goals set out at a global education forum in Dakar, Senegal, in April 2000, are within reach in Rwanda, education officials say. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Teachers At Gisimba Centre Strike Over Salary

    New Times

    Teachers at Gisimba Memorial Centre School, Nyarugenge District, refused to give out end of term two reports to the more that 150 learners, in protest of delayed salary arrears. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Muslims Mark Eid Al-Fitr

    New Times

    Thousands of Muslims around the country will today throng mosques for Eid al-Fitr prayers, marking the end of the Islamic Holy Month of Ramadhan. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Imena Speaks Out On Gatumba Concession, Conflict Minerals

    New Times

    Mining companies will soon receive long term licenses, thanks to the new mining law, Evode Imena, the Minister of State in charge of Minerals has said. Speaking in an exclusive... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Country Doubles Financial Inclusion

    EA Business

    Rwanda has increased the ratio of financial inclusion from 21% to 42% between 2008 and 2012 writes AGNES BATETA Read more »

  • Rwanda: Tighten Road Safety Measures

    New Times

    LIKE ELSEWHERE around the world, carnage on the Rwandan roads has cut so many people's lives so short and caused pain and anguish to family and friends. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Police Hire Maso As Assistant Coach

    New Times

    Turbo King National Football league side Police FC have hired Maurice Nshimiyimana, Alias Maso, as assistant to head coach Andre Cassa Mbungo. Nshimiyimana joins this year's Peace... Read more »

  • Rwanda: MTN Supports Housing Project for Tanzania Evictees

    New Times

    MTN Rwanda on Friday contributed Rwf5m to construct housing units in Nyagatare District for over 1,000 Rwandans evicted from Tanzania last year. Read more »

  • Rwanda: The Real Raw Material of Wealth

    New Times

    POOR COUNTRIES export raw materials such as cocoa, iron ore, and raw diamonds. Rich countries export - often to those same poor countries - more complex products such as chocolate,... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Rwanda Shows Gains in Human Development

    New Times

    THE United Nations Development Program (UNDP) last Thursday, 24 July, in Tokyo, Japan launched the global Human Development Report. The report, published since 1980, focuses on... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Insurance Firm Britam Launches in Rwanda, to Focus On SMEs

    New Times

    More small-and-medium firms (SMEs) could access affordable insurance services following the entry of regional financial services company Britam into the Rwandan market. Read more »

  • Rwanda: It's All-Eastern Province Affair in ARS Boys Final

    New Times

    EASTERN PROVINCE team; Kayonza and Gatsibo will meet in the final of the boys' Airtel Rising Stars U-17 championship after beating City of Kigali opponents in the semi-finals on... Read more »

  • Rwanda: The Reshuffle Shuffle

    New Times

    HOOPLA SURROUNDED the recent cabinet reshuffle. And rightly so, given the rather extensive changes made. Those welcoming the changes pointed out that some ministers had overstayed... Read more »

  • Rwanda: No Medal for Disi

    New Times

    RWANDA's Disi Dieudonne finished in the 18th position on Sunday in Men's full marathon at the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Ape Rugunga Win Inter-Schools Baskteball Titles

    New Times

    NYARUGENGE District representatives in this year's national inter-schools championships, APE Rugunga were crowned champions in both boys' and girls' basketball finals in Muhanga... Read more »

  • Rwanda: RPF - Political and Cultural Awakening [opinion]

    New Times

    This is the Fourth part of a 6-article series extracted from one chapter of Jean-Paul Kimonyo's forthcoming book on Rwanda after the Genocide. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Hundreds Attend Heineken Summer Bash

    New Times

    Hundreds of partygoers, including tourists, were treated to massive fun and great music on Saturday at O-zone Lounge - Green House in Kigali. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Kigali Rising Up With the Music Festival

    Observer

    The twisting and locking of their hands will definitely capture your attention. Read more »

  • Uganda: Rwanda Wanted to Dominate, We Wanted to Empower Congolese

    Observer

    In Part XI of these series, we bring you the last part of the speech President Museveni delivered to MPs on August 30, 1999, about Uganda's invasion of the Democratic Republic of... Read more »

  • Rwanda: Organic Nature Improves Quality of Life in Africa

    New Times

    When you move from one hospital to another in western countries you meet many patients with a lot of chronic illnesses whereas the opposite is true in African health settings. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Bride, Groom Injured in Huye Road Accident

    New Times

    A bride and her groom were on Sunday afternoon injured in a road accident on the way to their wedding. Read more »



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