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Anglican Pastor Releases Book That Could Turn Around Divorce Figures

Anglican Pastor Releases Book That Could Turn Around Divorce Figures

For so many occasions, Rwandan courts have suffered massive cases of divorce among married couples. At some point, young couples – say the just married ones; end up filing divorce cases…

Ubumuntu Festival Is Back

Ubumuntu Festival Is Back

  Two primary school pupils from the United States of America will perform at the 2018 Ubumuntu (Humanity) Art festival with the aim of promoting cultural awareness between Rwanda and…

Charity Prevails at Eid-El-Fitr Celebrations

Charity Prevails at Eid-El-Fitr Celebrations

Rwandan Muslims have joined the global community to celebrate Eid-El- Fitr, an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month…

Local NGO Builds First Industrial Kitchen to Feed Patients

Local NGO Builds First Industrial Kitchen to Feed Patients

A local non-government organization has launched construction activities of the very first industrial kitchen in the country that will supply over 15,000 free nutritious meals to patients in…

Night Club in Kigali Denies Entry to “Albino” Zimbabwean Woman

Night Club in Kigali Denies Entry to “Albino” Zimbabwean Woman

The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) says it is following up on a case of skin segregation that was reported concerning a night club based in Kigali during the weekend. On…

Rwanda Begins Construction of Rwf2.9Bn Rehabilitation Centre

Rwanda Begins Construction of Rwf2.9Bn Rehabilitation Centre

It was an emotional moment when Samuel Mugisha, 13, hugged his father after three years of seperation. “I am so emotional that I have seen my father again. This is…

Queen Elizabeth Awards Rwandan Woman Who Feeds 400 Patients Daily

Queen Elizabeth Awards Rwandan Woman Who Feeds 400 Patients Daily

Rwanda’s Isabelle Kamariza has been registered in the books of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as an important person who matters in society. The Queen has recognized Kamariza, representing…

Menstrual Hygiene Day: How Safe are School Girls?

Menstrual Hygiene Day: How Safe are School Girls?

In 2012, Devota Bampire –then a form two student reported to School as usual but around 11am, she felt something strange. It was her first time to experience menstruation. “I…

Fresh From Rwanda, Miss Geek Africa Becomes Heroine at Home

Fresh From Rwanda, Miss Geek Africa Becomes Heroine at Home

Niger’s Salissou Hassane Latifa, the Miss Geek Africa 2018 who was crowned in Rwanda early this month has started to inspire her peers back home. Ms. Geek is a…

Senior Citizens Say Medics ‘Ignoring’ Them

Senior Citizens Say Medics ‘Ignoring’ Them

Elderly people have appealed to government to introduce an elderly care option at the faculty of medicine because currently medical practitioners ‘ignore’ their illness. Rwanda Elders Advisory Forum (REAF) gathered…

Do You Know How Cooking Gas Gets to Your Kitchen?

Do You Know How Cooking Gas Gets to Your Kitchen?

Rwanda is slowly, but surely embracing use of gas as an alternative cooking energy that will reduce pressure on the forests, the source of charcoal and main cooking energy. While…

Landslide Leaves Trail of Death, Destruction In Western Rwanda

Landslide Leaves Trail of Death, Destruction In Western Rwanda

  At least 15 people have died from floods and landslides that followed heavy downpour in several parts of the country – May 6th at night. Most affected is Rwankuba sector…