On January 3, Olive Mushimiyimana died in Ruhengeri Hospital one week after she developed complications in the seventh month of her pregnancy.
Uganda’s ongoing ruling party retreat is allegedly preparing to endorse sweeping changes to the Constitution, including lifting the presidential age limit, amid fears that this could plunge the country into political chaos.
Rwanda has strongly criticised the United Nations over its decision to withdraw support from the Congolese military, FARDC, effectively delaying a planned offensive against rebels in the east of the vast country.
Residents of Kyetume in Nakisunga, Mukono District, were on Tuesday treated to a matrimonial drama when a man courted and married a woman within four hours of their first meeting.
South Sudan’s cabinet postponed elections and extended President Salva Kiir’s term in office for two years, the country’s information minister said, apparently sinking a peace agreement aimed to end 14 months of war.
Are Real Madrid fans ever happy? Just last week, they were mad at Gareth Bale for missing a couple of shots in a match Real won with relative ease. Now they’re upset at Cristiano Ronaldo for having the audacity to throw a party for his 30th birthday (albeit on the night after a humiliating 4-0 loss to bitter city rivals Atletico Madrid)
As disease threatened crops across the country, an initiative from the government and Unicef was able to communicate fast to stop it - demonstrating how open data can transform development
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we profile the 10 closest friendships in football. "BFFs forever" etc etc…
Police in Nyagatare District has arrested a man identified as Augustin Misigaro for transporting and distributing banned brews in the area.
Rwanda tourism revenues increased from $293m in 2013, to $303m in 2014, representing a 3% increase, Rwanda Development Board (RDB) says.
Rwanda National Police has returned money worth US$25,000 (Rwf17.2m) to a Congolese national identified as Richard Biadunia, who had unknowingly bought a car that had been smuggled from the United Kingdom.
Looking for things to do this Valentine’s Day? To help you have an enjoyable moment with your date or by yourself, we have come up with a few Valentine’s Day concerts, which are not too cheap yet not too expensive—it’ll be just right.
Pop singer Teta Diana paid a courtesy visit to Rwanda ambassador in Stockholm, Sweden, Amb. Venetia Sebudandi as she prepares to end her tour in Europe.
Following rumors in local tabloids claiming that the diva might be soon getting married to her boss Clement Ishimwe, singer Knowless Butera revealed her thoughts on marriage.
Building and programing a robot from scratch may sound like an impossible task to most primary school students, but one man is changing that mind-set for a generation of Ugandans.
A Utah mother pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges she murdered six of her newborn infants over the course of a decade and stuffed their bodies into cardboard boxes in the garage of her home.
BEIJING: The son of actor Jackie Chan was released from a Beijing jail Friday after completing a six-month sentence for allowing people to use marijuana in his apartment, amid a crackdown on illegal narcotics in the Chinese capital.
Brazil soccer legend Ronaldo considered one of the greatest players ever has touched down in Beverly Hills, USA and last night he weighed in on the great soccer debate, Lionel Messi vs. Cristiano Ronaldo.
The DR Congo coordinator of the National Monitoring Mechanism for the Addis Ababa, Francois Muamba, said Wednesday, February 11 that the case "ex-M23" would soon be closed.
Countries like Kenya and Malaysia have banned "Fifty Shades of Grey" claiming the movie is more pornography than a movie, the film contains scenes that "are not of natural sexual content."
Rwanda President Paul Kagame has revealed that Capital markets are part of the infrastructure of optimism upon which Africa’s prosperity rests.
The high court in Musanze has postponed the ruling in the case involving 14 suspected FDLR operatives accused of carrying out terror attacks in the country to March 12.
The Inspector General of Police, Emmanuel K. Gasana has commended the professionalism and conduct of Rwandan officers in peacekeeping missions, which he said keeps the force and the country in general, on a good and respectable side.
Foreign Affairs minister Louise Mushikiwabo has told MPs that “cheap politicking” by some international actors was the reason for delayed military action against the FDLR militia, a terrorist outfit based in eastern DR Congo.
Uganda ruling party NRM’s retreat at Kyankwanzi turned into a boxing ring on Tuesday night as two female MPs fought each other over sleeping arrangements in a fracas that reportedly resulted in one of the politicians being taken to a clinic.
Kampala- Police have threatened to arrest city socialite Zarinah Ntale, popularly known as Zari, after she jumped police bond given to her when she was charged with trafficking pornography.
To understand why you are better off unattached, it is best to think of gift giving on this day as a type of Prisoner’s Dilemma, the outcome of which determines whether or not a person wants to stay in a relationship.
Equity Bank shares are Thursday set to start trading at the Rwanda Stock Exchange following its cross listing. Top bank officials are reported to have travelled to attend the function in Kigali.
If you look at the records of EVERY Premier League player this season, no-one makes more difference to their team than Yaye Toure does to Man City.
Saturday marks the second-to-last Valentine’s Day that the Obamas will spend as the US first couple, but a review of their past celebrations show that they tend to keep the holiday low-key.
Sistine, the 16-year-old daughter of action star Sylvester Stallone, is trying to make a name for herself in the modeling world. Sly’s little girl sat for her third editorial shoot recently, inviting Teen Vogue into her family’s home.
The Government of Rwanda and the Federal Republic of Germany this week signed a bilateral agreement worth € 7 million (approximately US$ 7.9 million or RwF 5.5 billion) to support decentralization and good governance.
According to the agreement on decentralization and good governance the € 7 million will be allocated under the Local Administrative Entities Development Agency (LODA), formerly known as Rwanda Local Development Support Fund (RLDSF).
Capital markets have a huge role to play in Africa’s economic development, President Paul Kagame has said. The President was earlier today opening a high-level international conference in Kigali, dubbed "Capital Markets East Africa 2015: Accelerating Economic Development".
Cast out by his pride, this starving lion was forced to take on a fully-grown buffalo in his desperate bid to survive. What ensued was a brutal hour-long battle leaving both animals bloodied, exhausted and with fatal wounds.
Police in Kabalagala, Uganda is holding a Congolese national for allegedly ramming his vehicle into the convoy of First Lady, Janet Kataaha Museveni with intent to harm her.
The United Nations is temporarily pulling support to the Democratic Republic of Congo’s planned military operation to drive out rebels after Kinshasa refused to sack two tainted generals leading the offensive, a UN official said Tuesday.
Two Ugandan police officers attached to Ejupala market police post in Arua district have been arrested by soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo and detained at Aru territory headquarters.
Three years ago today, singer Whitney Houston was found dead In a bathtub at a Los Angeles-area hotel.
The East African Court of Justice has Yesterday opened hearings into a case filed by Burundi Journalists’ Association challenging a Law regulating the Press in the country.
Rwandan youth must shun a life of crime and concentrate on improving their lives and country through education, entrepreneurship in a patriotic manner.