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Kagame Explains Why Rwanda Gave Corruption a Red Card

Kagame Explains Why Rwanda Gave Corruption a Red Card

President Paul Kagame has said that Rwanda’s ‘zero’ tolerance to corruption, good investment policies have been the secret behind more foreign investments into the country. &nbsp…

Victims HRW Alleges were “Executed” by Rwanda Government are Alive

Victims HRW Alleges were “Executed” by Rwanda Government are Alive

In July, Human Rights Watch claimed in a lengthy document it had found 37 Rwandans in the districts of Rutsiro and Rubavu were “summarily executed” by what it called “Rwandan…

RURA to Install GPS on 20,000 Taxi Motos

RURA to Install GPS on 20,000 Taxi Motos

Incidents of hit and run by Moto taxi operators are getting slimmer following the decision by the regulator to install GPS on Taxi Motos operating in Kigali city and other…

Gen. Nyamvumba Unveils Course on Transitional Justice in Peace Support Operations

Gen. Nyamvumba Unveils Course on Transitional Justice in Peace Support Operations

A new course at Rwanda’s Peace Academy has been launched to help equip both civilians and members of security institutions with skills in restorative justice above civilian protection…

Rwigaras Pre-trial Hearing Adjourned

Rwigaras Pre-trial Hearing Adjourned

The Nyarugenge Intermediate Court has for the third time, adjourned a pre-trial hearing in the case involving prosecution and three family members; Diane Shima Rwigara, Anne Uwamahoro Rwigara and…

Contemporary Peacekeeping Missions Most Challenging – Gen. Dallaire

Contemporary Peacekeeping Missions Most Challenging – Gen. Dallaire

Retired Lt. General Roméo Dallaire has asked African peacekeeping forces to be keen at protecting human lives to avoid past mistakes made during peacekeeping missions. Using his own experience…

New Measurement System Puts Unemployement rate at 16.7%

New Measurement System Puts Unemployement rate at 16.7%

Unemployment level in Rwanda has reached at 16.7% from 13.2% (that was announced in May this year), the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda (NISR) said today. However…

Ten Rwandan Aero-technicians Graduate from Ethiopian Aviation Academy

Ten Rwandan Aero-technicians Graduate from Ethiopian Aviation Academy

As RwandAir continues to spread its wings across the globe, the carrier requires a highly skilled team to keep the fleet in good airworthy condition. RwandAir now operates 26 destinations…

Teenage Pregnancies on the Rise – Survey

Teenage Pregnancies on the Rise – Survey

A survey conducted between the months of July and September in the Western Province has revealed a rise in teenage pregnancies with an average of 25 girls being impregnated every…

Hospitals in Dilemma over Defaulting Patients

Hospitals in Dilemma over Defaulting Patients

When anyone falls sick they quickly walk into any nearby health facility for medical attention. It is always the duty of the patient to pay their bills as is the…

Rwanda Kicks-off Countrywide Resettlement of Families in Modern Settlements

Rwanda Kicks-off Countrywide Resettlement of Families in Modern Settlements

In almost every corner of the country, hundreds families formerly living in high-risk zones will start a new breath of life today. About 200 model houses were unveiled in…

In Rwanda, Ordinary People Conduct Autopsy

In Rwanda, Ordinary People Conduct Autopsy

Abdallah Wendo 63, a resident of Kiyovu Cell, Nyarugenge district was paralyzed in 2012 following a car accident from which he broke his spine. The accident was an addition to…