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Now Showing: The 600, in the Cinema Near You

Now Showing: The 600, in the Cinema Near You

The documentary film, “The 600” soldier’s story, is showing at Century Films, in Kigali City Tower in the capital Kigali, but, only for a limited period. Anyone…

The Journey to Niamey is Over as AfCFTA is Launched

The Journey to Niamey is Over as AfCFTA is Launched

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame on Sunday joined other Heads of State and Government from across the continent for the 12th Extraordinary Summit of the African Union, during which…

Rwanda’s First Lady Witnesses Botswana’s Initiatives to Fight HIV/AIDS, NCDs

Rwanda’s First Lady Witnesses Botswana’s Initiatives to Fight HIV/AIDS, NCDs

Rwanda’s First Lady Jeannette Kagame has once again demonstrated her passion to reach out to the vulnerable communities to support them. Mrs. Kagame joined president Paul Kagame in…

Kagame Discusses Trade, Investment with Madagascar’s Rajoelina

Kagame Discusses Trade, Investment with Madagascar’s Rajoelina

President Paul Kagame in first visit to Madagascar has said that the meeting with his counterpart Andy Rajoelina was a good opportunity to discuss businesses between both countries. Kagame and…

President Kagame Attends Madagascar 59th Independence Day

President Kagame Attends Madagascar 59th Independence Day

President Paul Kagame and First Lady Jeannette Kagame joined Madagascar citizens to celebrate a colorful 59th Anniversary of the country’s independence and Armed Forces day. President Kagame accompanied by…

Rhinos’ New Homemates in Akagera Park

Rhinos’ New Homemates in Akagera Park

This week, on Monday – to be precise, Akagera National Park received new members – the five Eastern Black Rhinos. The endangered Rhinos were flown in from different Zoos across Europe. At…

The 6,000km Journey Back to their Roots, Sleeping under African Skies

The 6,000km Journey Back to their Roots, Sleeping under African Skies

It was a long journey. Six thousand miles – to be precise. Like many Africans before them, Jasiri, Jasmina, Manny; Olomoti, and Mandela, were born and bred in Europe, their…

How Rwanda has Successfully Restored the Big Five

How Rwanda has Successfully Restored the Big Five

The arrival of five critically endangered eastern black rhinos in Rwanda on Monday morning will mark a major milestone in the country’s efforts to fully restore the ‘Big 5…

Does Rwanda and China have Something in Common?

Does Rwanda and China have Something in Common?

Rwanda and China differ in obvious ways – from country size to population and size of the economies but there are many similarities the two countries share, particularly in the area…

I Don’t See any Possibility of War Between Rwanda and Uganda – Kagame

I Don’t See any Possibility of War Between Rwanda and Uganda – Kagame

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has said he does not see any possibility of war between Rwanda and Uganda – clearing the air on rumours boiling up that it is inevitable…

World Refugee Day: A Look at Welfare of 150,000 Refugees in Rwanda

World Refugee Day: A Look at Welfare of 150,000 Refugees in Rwanda

Today Rwanda has joined the rest of the world to mark the international World Refugee Day at a time when the number of people displaced by conflict and persecution has…

France Makes Fresh Comeback in Cooperation with Rwanda

France Makes Fresh Comeback in Cooperation with Rwanda

France has made a new bid to its development agenda with Rwanda, with fresh commitment in several areas including energy, Information and Communications Technology, Banking, among others. On Thursday, June…