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Kagame Sends Third Cow to His Granny from the South

Kagame Sends Third Cow to His Granny from the South

Rachel Nyiramandwa, 109 years old woman was all smiles yesterday when a messenger from President Paul Kagame went to her home in Ngiryi, Gasaka sector of Nyamagabe with a cow…

Women’s Day: Rwandan Women Defying the Odds

Women’s Day: Rwandan Women Defying the Odds

It’s the International Women’s day. In Rwanda, women enjoyed the company of their male counter parts – husbands, brothers, friends, workmates, bosses and others to celebrate…

Building a Dream Home: Could You Do It Without a Mortgage Loan?  

Building a Dream Home: Could You Do It Without a Mortgage Loan?  

Ten years ago, the world almost turned dark. It was hit by a financial crisis – the worst since the world’s Great Depression of 1929. At the time, people especially…

25 Years after Genocide: Elderly Genocide Survivors Can Now Smile

25 Years after Genocide: Elderly Genocide Survivors Can Now Smile

Hundreds of youth from Kigali on Saturday boarded buses to Huye and Nyanza districts of Southern province and Bugesera district in Eastern province for a study tour at living museums…

Are Rwandan Teachers Getting Richer?

Are Rwandan Teachers Getting Richer?

On Monday, January 28, a cabinet meeting chaired by President Paul Kagame approved a 10% increase for teachers’ salaries. Those to benefit from an upward shift in monthly earnings are…

What You Need to Learn About Chinese Food Festival

What You Need to Learn About Chinese Food Festival

As the Chinese New Year 2019 knocks on the door, Chinese people living in Rwanda have welcomed it by sharing symbolic festival food with friends. Chinese festival food include dumpling…

How UK-Based Rwandan Wants to Connect His Home Village to UK Schools

How UK-Based Rwandan Wants to Connect His Home Village to UK Schools

Between 1975 to 1984, Aloys Manzi – a Rwandan now living in United Kingdom, was a small boy studying and living in Mushongi village, Base Sector in Rulindo district in…

28 Years Later: How RPF Saved a Prominent Educationist from the Infamous Ruhengeri Prison  

28 Years Later: How RPF Saved a Prominent Educationist from the Infamous Ruhengeri Prison  

On October 8, 1991, Elie Nduwayesu was in class teaching at Rwankeri Primary school then Nkuri commune when law enforcement officers ambushed him. Nduwayesu was told to follow them. He…

How Safe is Your Home Cooking Gas?

How Safe is Your Home Cooking Gas?

Last week, news broke out of a woman who was killed by a cooking gas after it exploded while she was cooking. The deceased, from Gisozi sector in the capital…

From Second-Hand Car Gift To Broken Language, Here is Miss Rwanda

From Second-Hand Car Gift To Broken Language, Here is Miss Rwanda

Miss Kundwa Doriane Introduced in 1992 the Miss Rwanda contest has a short history, but every other year, the event does not go without giving the showbiz fraternity something to…

How Rwanda Ushered in the New Year

How Rwanda Ushered in the New Year

The cross over from 2018 to 2019 was celebrated in style in Rwanda and characterised by excitement from every corner. As a tradition, millions of Rwandans choose a place to…

Narendra Modi’s Gift to Rwanda Multiplies

Narendra Modi’s Gift to Rwanda Multiplies

Residents of Rweru model village in Bugesera district are celebrating the festive season with a smile, thanks to cows they got as a gift from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi…