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Suddenly, ‘Fake News’ is new Excuse to Lock out Media

Suddenly, ‘Fake News’ is new Excuse to Lock out Media

As the world order shifts from west to east – so is the measure of what has for decades been the required yardstick for determining “democratic” countries. Europe and North America…

Rwanda’s Visa on Arrival Policy Takes Effect

Rwanda’s Visa on Arrival Policy Takes Effect

View of Kigali International airport Rwanda has, effective January 1st 2018, launched a policy in which citizens of all countries travelling to Rwanda for short trips will no longer need…

Uganda, DRC Biggest Safe Haven for Rwanda Genocide Fugitives

Uganda, DRC Biggest Safe Haven for Rwanda Genocide Fugitives

Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are the biggest hosts of perpetrators of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi, KT Press can reliably reveal. A list obtained by KT Press…

Alpha Rwirangira in US to Entertain Diaspora  

Alpha Rwirangira in US to Entertain Diaspora  

Tusker project fame winner Alpha Rwirangira is scheduled to sooth the Rwandan Diaspora in US state of Indiana  at Waterford Estates Lodge , South Bend. On his performance menu, revellers are…

Ex-Minister’s Son sent to Serve 47 years For Genocide

Ex-Minister’s Son sent to Serve 47 years For Genocide

Arsène Shalom Ntahobali son of Genocide convict ex-Minister Pauline Nyiramasuhuko has been sent to Senegal where he will serve a 47-year prison sentence. In 2011, Ntahobali and…

French Judge Closes Probe Into The Downing of Habyarimana Plane Again

French Judge Closes Probe Into The Downing of Habyarimana Plane Again

A French judge has closed the purported probe into the downing of the Plane carrying former President Juvénal Habyarimana. This case has been re-opened by France three times…

Kagame Happy Sudan Exercising 0.2% Levy to Fund AU

Kagame Happy Sudan Exercising 0.2% Levy to Fund AU

President Paul Kagame who is on a two-day state visit to Sudan has expressed his appreciation for the country’s efforts to implement a 0.2% levy on its…

Bribery Declines by 9% in Traffic Police

Bribery Declines by 9% in Traffic Police

The Rwanda National Police has said that reinforced punitive measures against police officers who take bribes has yielded good results in Traffic Police department. The prevalence of bribery cases in…

Kagame Campaigns for Greg Wyler As US Top Tech Person 2017

Kagame Campaigns for Greg Wyler As US Top Tech Person 2017

  President Kagame has expressed his admiration for Greg Wyler – a US tech entrepreneur and is campaigning for him as the most powerful person in US Telecom industry for 2017…

Avoid Unnecessary Red Tape, Kagame Tells African Leaders

Avoid Unnecessary Red Tape, Kagame Tells African Leaders

President Paul Kagame has told fellow African leaders that if the continent is to register rapid growth, there should be no room for ‘unnecessary red tape’. President Kagame who was…

More Relief for African Migrants in Libya as World Responds

More Relief for African Migrants in Libya as World Responds

Last week when Rwanda government announced it will intervene and rescue African migrants trapped and sold as slaves in Libya, the world heard and has followed suit. At the end…

AfDB Approves $84M Skills Development Package to Rwanda

AfDB Approves $84M Skills Development Package to Rwanda

The African Development Bank has announced a $84million financing package to promote skills development in Rwanda. The Bank’s Board of Directors Approved the financing loan under its &#8216…