The Ministry of Health last evening dispatched ambulances to rescue Rwandans reportedly injured in an accident when travelling back home on a bus belonging to Kampala Coach.
Officials from Rwanda and DR Congo have reiterated commitment toward facilitating the voluntary repatriation of fighters formerly with the defunct rebel group, M23.
Police at Rusizi border post, on Tuesday, impounded a Range Rover Sport V8, said to have been stolen from the United Kingdom.
Engineer Heinz-Peter Mang has a humble dream. And that dream is to turn human excrement into nuggets of purest gold.
The man stands furtively on a street corner, his face masked by a hoodie, his tense eyes scanning the crowd for any hint of Islamic State militants. He was one of them before he left Syria a year ago, and he is afraid.
Tanzania’s position on the FDLR rebels is puzzling, and it is putting far too much on the line for benefits that are unclear.
Two days after she was found facedown and unresponsive in a bathtub full of water at her Roswell, Georgia, home, Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown is on a ventilator and in intensive care, a source close to the family said.
Dr. Israel Ahimbisibwe, his wife Mrs. Dorcus Ahimbisibwe and their last born son, junior ‘Jay’, were found dead in an apartment complex in West Houston, United States
President Goodluck Jonathan narrowly escaped a car bomb in the northeastern Nigerian city of Gombe on Monday.
On 2nd February in 1971, General Idi Amin Dada named himself the third president of Uganda, a week after leading the military coup that toppled the country’s second post-colonial leader, Milton Obote. Charismatic to the public, he proved a cruel, greedy tyrant behind closed doors.
Uganda’s ethics minister Simon Lokodo says government has not given up on the pornography case of local musician Desire Luzinda and her Nigerian ex-lover.
Over 85 litres of illicit brew commonly known as Kanyanga were destroyed in Bugesera District on Sunday, following operations by Police that aim to rid the country of the hazardous product. Police Reports
The legendary coach has played for Amavubi stars before he started coaching as a career. He died this morning at Kanombe Military Hospital. The cause of death has not yet been released to the media.
Many in Rwanda have been sceptical about the United Nations taking up arms against the so-called Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR). They have good reason. Joseph Rwagatare writes
Football’s world governing body FIFA announced on Monday that three candidates are bidding to unseat controversial long-time president Sepp Blatter.
Private love investigator Yohana Walker reveals the top five signs that your better-half is playing away as the most romantic day of the year approaches.
Contrary to popular belief that South Africa based showbiz loving socialite Zari Hassan and Tanzanian singer Diamond Platinumz’s ‘project’ is over, the two seem to still be together and going strong.
A few weeks ago, I watched with amazement the documentary, Rwanda’s Untold Story, produced by Jane Corbin and broadcast by the BBC. I revisit this documentary because its ramifications are ongoing. J.M Kabarega writes
Pump prices for oil products will, effective today, drop to Rwf845, down from Rwf895 per litre, the Ministry of Trade and Industry said in a statement released yesterday.
You will definitely fall in love with the neat, palm-tree lined Kigali streets. The city is peppered with numbers and signs, and so easy to navigate.
Two Uganda nationals are among the 16 people killed by unknown gunmen at a pub in A’ru town in the Democratic Republic of Congo on February 1, 2015 at midnight.
The deceased identified as Aminah Mugabirwe Night 28, the proprietor of Bandale Digitale Night Club was shot on the head and died shortly when she was rushed to Ania Church hospital in A’ru town.
Cote d’Ivoire coach Herve Renard has admitted his side were the poorer team as they beat Algeria 3-1 to progress to the Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals. The Frenchman was pleased with his side’s progress at the Africa Cup of Nations, even if the result was against the run of play
45 Al-Shabaab militants were killed and 18 others critically injured in Lower Shebelle region in southern Somalia after a precision airstrike hit their camp and a convoy mid-day Saturday.
Hell of a week for RNP: The Police had to deal with grenades, fake money, theft recovery as well as Cocaine and medicine smugglers
In the last week of January 2015, Police conducted several notable activities that are geared towards enforcing law and order. Inits weekly report the Rwanda National Police reveals incidents that that have made their week tough.
The United States has welcomed the offensive launched by the DR Congo government forces against the Rwandan rebels based in the eastern part of the country.
"Rwandans Celebrate the Resilience of the Rwandan Spirit and hard work of Rwandans in our country’s transformation” President Kagame
Rwanda has Sunday paid a special tribute to the country’s heroes who put their lives on the line for their country, Chimp corps report.
Today, Rwandans converged at village levels to remember the lives of their heroes.
Prime Minister Bernard Mukuza, Defence Minister Gen James Kabarebe and Uganda’s Ambassador to Rwanda, Richard Kabonero, who also doubles as head of Diplomatic Corps in the country, attended the ceremony of laying wreaths at the Heroes Mausoleum in Kigali.
The Mausoleum contains the grave of former RPF commander, Maj Gen Fred Rwigyema and “the unknown soldier” which represents all combatants that died during the 1990-1994 RPF
February 1 is a special day meant to commemorate the roles played by the country’s heroes in different spheres of life and also reflect on values for which they are remembered.
By the age of 18 Ongwen had become a major. By the time he became a brigadier, in his early 20s, Ongwen had developed a reputation as a daring and fierce fighter and had become one of the top LRA commanders.
The bare necessities! Miley Cyrus strips off AGAIN as she goes topless with Sky Ferreira in new Instagram photo.
Uganda has issued a three-month ultimatum to Democratic Republic of Congo to relocate hundreds of ex-rebel fighters or they will be handed to the United Nations, an army spokesman said Thursday.
The Executive Secretary for Chancellery for Heroes, National Order and Decoration of Honour (Cheno), Deo Nkusi, has said his office has finalised scrutiny of 14 people nominated by the public as potential heroes and will soon forward the names to Cabinet for approval.
Only smaller parties, two of six opposition parties that fielded candidates in the last presidential race, Uganda Federal Alliance and the People’s Progressive Party appear to be focused on investing more of their resources in parliamentary and local council seats.
With low national savings, a sustained flat rate of investment plus the uncertainty of aid flows, there is concern about the sustainability of the country’s economic recovery in the long run.
Keeping investments above savings, according to bankers, means that Rwanda has more investment opportunities than it can afford to undertake.
In order to encourage savings, the government has rolled out savings and credit co-operatives (Saccos) at the village level and introduced a stock exchange, among other initiatives.
The Democratic Republic of Congo and the Republic of Congo share many characteristics, but they will be passionately separated by football this Saturday.
The City of Kigali has expropriated hundreds of residents who lived in slums in Kiyovu, Kimicanga and Muhima with the expectation that property developers would invest in modern housing and commercial business structures to accommodate them, but there are still many residents who live in unplanned settlements. Plans to move such families to low and medium scale housing projects have not been implemented and some of the proposed projects seem to have have stalled for years.
Rwanda National Police (RNP) yesterday arrested Lovini Wanjiku Ngoroge, 45, a Kenyan citizen in connection with trafficking 2.5 kilogrammes of cocaine worth Rwf85 million.
United Nations support for a planned military operation against Rwandan rebels in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo could be in doubt because Congo named a general accused of rights abuses to head the offensive, diplomats and officials said on Friday.
Burundi:Opposition parties accuse Nkurunziza of "massive fraud" during voters registration process for the upcoming elections
Opposition parties have accused the government of "massive fraud" and demanded the resignation of the electoral Commission, alleging there was mass distribution of identification cards to supporters of the ruling party.
As a grownup, you’re in charge of your own diary. Don’t forget to make time for fun.
Liverpool have questions to answer in defence, Chelsea have selection issues against Manchester City and could Villa trouble Arsenal?
President and first lady post heartwarming happy snaps to promote Obamacare as deadline to sign up for health insurance approaches