April 17

  • Kagame a Generous Dictator [opinion]

    Zimbabwe Independent

    Rwandans have been commemorating the 20th anniversary of the mass slaughter that convulsed their nation in 1994 and left a legacy of civil strife that is only now giving way to... Read more »

  • My Designs Say a Lot About My Personality - Mbabazi

    New Times

    24-year-old Christine Mbabazi is the presenter of the Overdrive Show on Radio 10. But that's just one of the things she does; Mbabazi is also a fashion designer and owns a boutique... Read more »

  • Wasted Effort

    New Times

    There is always that one lecturer who just doesn't want students to pass his paper. He would rather be thrown off a bridge than set a paper that is somewhat easy. It doesn't even... Read more »

  • Nzamurambaho Dared Genocidal Govt On Sectarianism, Paid With His Life

    New Times

    At the start of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, many dissenting politicians were killed over their opposition to the genodical plan hatched by the government of Juvenal... Read more »

  • APR Edge Determined Muhanga in Shootouts

    New Times

    JEAN CLAUDE NDOLI made two saves in the penalty shoot-out as seven-time champions APR completed a dramatic 10-9 win over AS Muhanga on spot-kicks in the Peace Cup 1/8th round at... Read more »

  • APR Women Volleyball Team Eye Top Four in Tunis

    New Times

    APR women volleyball club has vowed to reach the semi final round of the Africa CAVB Africa Women Club Championship which gets underway today in Carthage in Tunisia. Read more »

  • Mental Disorders Poorly Handled By Health Systems

    New Times

    Depression and mental health disorders are extremely common, debilitating and costly - yet not enough is being done to address them. Deficient and struggling health systems are... Read more »

  • Nyarubuye Residents Honour Over 50,000 Genocide Victims

    New Times

    Residents of Nyarubuye Sector in Kirehe District on Tuesday paid homage to 51,000 victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. Read more »

  • Kalisa Demands Unpaid Arrears From Gasabo United

    New Times

    FORMER Police assistant coach Jean-Paul Kalisa has threatened to quit and also drag second division outfit Gasabo United to court if his salary arrears worth Rwf 1.5 m are not... Read more »

  • Mudaharishema Tips E.S Kigoma

    New Times

    E.S KIGOMA handball club coach Sylvester Mudaharishema has tipped his young players to win the on-going Rwanda Handball Championship. Read more »

  • Interpol Admits Challenges in Arresting Genocide Fugitives

    New Times

    The international police (Interpol) has admitted to facing some challenges in arresting Genocide fugitives, mostly related to the time when the crimes were committed. Read more »

  • Women's Roles Have Evolved - First Lady

    New Times

    Rwanda's transformation in gender equality trascends national achievements and provides lessons for other countries struggling to overcome histories of gender oppression. Read more »

  • Murekezi Roots for Genocide Survivors

    New Times

    Despite the many achievements registered over the past two decades, Rwandans ought to help survivors of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi beat the poverty trap, the Minister for... Read more »

  • Rwanda Duo for Kigezi Easter Golf Open

    New Times

    PROFESSIONAL golf duo of Jean Baptista Hakizimana and Emmanuel Ruterana has intensinfied preparations for the Kigezi Easter Golf Open in Kabale this weekend. Read more »

  • Making Globalisation Work for Rwanda [opinion]

    New Times

    Last week, Bob Diamond, a former Barclays bank boss and Ashish Thakkar founder of Mara Group, together with the Government of Rwanda, kick-started an exercise that is likely to end... Read more »

  • The Politics of the Genocide [opinion]

    New Times

    The 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi was a result of politics based on discrimination and hatred propagated in Rwanda at that time. Read more »

  • Esperance FC Players, Officials in War of Words

    New Times

    Esperance FC players and club officials are engaged in a blame game as the team faces eminent relegation on its debut in the First Division league. Read more »

  • APR Aim for League and Cup Double

    New Times

    AFTER booking a place in the quarter-finals of the Peace Cup, APR interim coach Vincent Mashami has rallied his team to stay focused in a bid to win the league and cup double this... Read more »

  • Biniga, the Munini 'child Strangler'

    New Times

    Thirteen years before mass killings started in April 1994, Kibeho in Nyaruguru District was a subject of intense media coverage and a hot subject of discussion mainly because of... Read more »

  • CECAFA Launches Nile Basin Winners' Cup

    New Times

    THE regional football governing body, Cecafa, has announced a new club competition that will have winners of cup competitions in the region compete against each other for the... Read more »

  • UN Resolution - Genocide Deniers Left in Checkmate

    New Times

    The UN Security Council on Wednesday drew praises after it approved a new resolution on preventing genocide, in honour of the 20th commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the... Read more »

  • SMEs Shy Away From Listing On the Bourse

    New Times

    Small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) have shied away from the local bourse eight months since the Rwanda Stock Exchange created an alternative market segment for them and eased... Read more »

  • Remains of 15,000 Genocide Victims in Nyanza to Be Re-Buried

    New Times

    Remains of thousands of victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi who were buried in several places in Nyanza District are being exhumed in order to be given a decent burial. Read more »

  • Envisioning Our Growth Signifies We Have Outlived Our Pain [opinion]

    New Times

    WE HAVE all many a time visualised what we would wish to be in the next couple of years or decades and have actually set plans guided by lucid strategies with focused targets; all... Read more »

  • Free Global Internet Is Around the Corner, Why Not Tap Into It? [opinion]

    New Times

    IN SEPTEMBER 2013, Rwanda became the first country in the East African Community to offer free public Internet in selected locations in the City of Kigali. Read more »

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