The New Times (Kigali)

Rwanda: More Value for Your Money

editorial

In a fast-changing media environment where modalities of communicating are changing and the speed at which information moves is so swift, there is a need to make one or more partial changes to the way media houses relay the news. That is why Rwanda's leading and most influential newspaper, The Sunday Times, is changing its look and feel.

And that's not all. Our Sunday edition is also changing its approach to news. The newspaper will - from now on - give you, our dear reader, more insight and context of use, helping you to understand why things happen and to make informed decisions. We have redesigned the newspaper to match your information needs, lifestyle, aspirations and more!

We bring you a lot of humorous and exciting new - and old - content in our Sunday Mag pullout (eight pages of society and lifestyle stories), including Moses Opobo's Loose Talk, Sophie Kamya's Jobseeker's Diary and Caught on the Lens. You see, the idea is to add new stuff in a staggeringly attractive and easy-to-read manner. Surely, the new Sunday Times is more value for money!

And please don't forget that our website is also the most read in Rwanda and we also break the news through the various social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

Have a blast!

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