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ICYMI: These Headlines Dominated the Week

ICYMI: These Headlines Dominated the Week

You probably had such a busy week that your communication was limited to you and your clients, your boss or your staff….and time for media was sacrificed. It is…

Kwibohora 25: Pomp and Pageantry as Rwanda Marks 25 Years of Liberation

Kwibohora 25: Pomp and Pageantry as Rwanda Marks 25 Years of Liberation

A deafening screech from the thousands of mainly young people waving flags fills up the air. You look up, and the eyes follow the brass marching music to the main…

Ministry of Education in School Feeding Puzzle

Ministry of Education in School Feeding Puzzle

For those who know Rwanda’s basic education of 1990s and way earlier, things have changed where  a child no longer walks miles home for lunch. Neither does a child…

Jacques Rusirare: Meet the Man Who Paints Kigali

Jacques Rusirare: Meet the Man Who Paints Kigali

Seventy one (71) years ago, a couple from the then Rutonde Commune current Rwamagana district in Eastern Province was blessed with a baby boy. The boy was born after losing…

Here Are the Roads Leading Rwanda Straight to ‘Vision’ 2020

Here Are the Roads Leading Rwanda Straight to ‘Vision’ 2020

It is just ten months to the year when Rwanda swore, it would have become a middle income economy. Looking at the checklist, success was registered across sectors and so…

2018 In Review: A Year of Red Carpet and Tight Diplomatic Schedule

2018 In Review: A Year of Red Carpet and Tight Diplomatic Schedule

Only the Head of State and the Minister of Foreign Affairs and probably the State protocol team, leave alone all technical teams that organize state events can tell how diplomatically…

2018 In Review: Cycling Ticks All Boxes

2018 In Review: Cycling Ticks All Boxes

In the 2018 End of Year Message, President Paul Kagame was thankful to all Rwandan athletes for doing a good job in 2018, but cycling attracted most of his attention…

2018 In Review: How the Judiciary Silenced Rwanda’s Critics

2018 In Review: How the Judiciary Silenced Rwanda’s Critics

September 14, 2018 was a day like any other under the sun, but a communiqué that reached out to the public towards midnight changed the narrative. A communiqué was released…

2018 In Review-Parliament: Expect Automatic Cars in Driving Tests

2018 In Review-Parliament: Expect Automatic Cars in Driving Tests

The first ever famous petition to Rwandan parliament is undeniably about the constitutional amendment in 2015 and it will remain on top because it involved the whole of Rwanda. However…

2018 In Review: ‘Mutware’, the Pride of Rwanda Wildlife Bows Out

2018 In Review: ‘Mutware’, the Pride of Rwanda Wildlife Bows Out

The presence of the Big Five has been felt for several decades now in Akagera National Park in Eastern Rwanda, including more than a hundred elephants. Of all them however…

2018 In Review: Rwanda Contains Ebola Again

2018 In Review: Rwanda Contains Ebola Again

In 2018, another Ebola outbreak happened in the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and many people lost their lives. Every time this happens Rwanda is threatened by it due…

Rwanda, Africa Keep Kagame Busy at UN General Assembly

Rwanda, Africa Keep Kagame Busy at UN General Assembly

Heads of State and government are all converged in New York for the 73rd UN General Assembly (UNGA). Since September 23, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda has had a busy…