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Umushyikirano ! National Dialogue Delights Rwandan Women

[Swenga] Kigali, Rwanda -It has been 24 years since the world experienced one of the most horrendous but internationally disregarded (...)

Rwandan Youths Committed to the Fight Against Genocide (...)

[Swenga] Kigali, Rwanda -In a country with an estimated population of 12 million people, with 50 percent of them being female and 60 (...)

Things to Do in Kigali This Holiday Season

[East African] Kigali, the genteel capital city of Rwanda, is situated in the centre of the country and therefore easily accessible (...)

Rwanda Has Achieved Universal Healthcare

[East African] With more than 90 per cent of Rwandans covered under the community-based health insurance scheme locally known as (...)

YouthConnekt - Youth Tipped on Savings Culture

[New Times] More than 2,500 youths attending the sixth edition of the YouthConnekt Convention from across Rwanda and the diaspora have (...)

Community Policing Drive Concludes With Call to Share Information (...)

[New Times] The Rwanda National Police (RNP)'s week-long campaign to strengthen community policing concluded on Thursday with a (...)

Kagame Opens Umushyikirano 2018

[New Times] President Paul Kagame on Thursday presided over the opening of the 16th National Umushyikirano that will specifically focus (...)

Report Urges Greater Action On Corruption

[New Times] The Rwanda Bribery Index 2018 launched Wednesday by Transparency International Rwanda (TI-RW) indicates that cases of (...)

How the 2017 Umushyikirano Resolutions Were Implemented

[New Times] The Government has said that 80 per cent of last year's Umushyikirano resolutions are on-track while 18.2 per cent are (...)

All Set for Inaugural Karting Slalom in Rwanda

[New Times] The first Karting Slalom competition will be staged this weekend at the Kigali Convention Centre, Times Sport has (...)

Economy Grows By 7.7% in Third Quarter

[New Times] Rwanda's economy grew by 7.7 per cent per cent in the third quarter of 2018, buoyed by strong performance in the (...)

Most Genocide Fugitives Hiding in Neighbouring Countries - (...)

[New Times] Half of the nearly 1,000 fugitives indicted by Rwanda over the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi live in the Democratic (...)

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