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.
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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
Eugene de Kock, known as "Prime Evil", was sentenced to two life terms for murder and torture of black activists.
Many Boko Haram fighters reportedly killed in first action by foreign troops on Nigerian soil against the armed group.
The new chairman of the African Union, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, is the continent’s oldest leader — and one of its most controversial post-colonial figures.
On 13 January shock speculations spread out that Rwandan gospel artist icon Aline Gahongayire disputed with her husband Gahima Gabriel and that the couple was facing a very probable break up. When rumors emerged the husband had already travelled to Tanzania proving the couple’s ties were not really strong
ARRDC -Isangano the Rwandan leadership opposition party has announced on 28 January 2015 that the political party has now made up a rebel group with combatants who will be trained to attack Rwanda.
Uganda and Rwanda have signed an agreement for the two countries to share intelligence on rebel groups operating from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) against each other’s government.Representatives of the Ugandan army and Rwanda’s army on Thursday signed a Memorandum of Understanding after a closed door meeting held at the border town of Kabale on Wednesday. Star Africa reports
Davido has expressed his intention to vote in the forthcoming elections and have also said he is good enough to be Nigerias president one day.
Rwanda today begins its role in the implementation of a continental water and sanitation plan at the African Union Summit that kicks off today in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The United Nations Security Council Yesterday renewed its sanctions on the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to prevent the supply, sale or transfer of arms, training, and financing, to armed groups.
Rwanda National Police (RNP), on January 29 handed over half a million francs to Ugandan Police Staff, after it was recovered from a suspected thief who had crossed into Rwanda.
In DRC UN Only Supports Army, As On Minova Rapes, HRW Soft on Ladsous. Inner City Press Journal reports.
UNITED NATIONS, January 29, After the UN repeatedly said Congolese President Joseph Kabila would sign with the UN a Joint Directive for military operations against the FDLR, and a week after the UN’s Herve Ladsous refused to answer Press questions about it, the UN put this out:
Miss Rwanda 2015 Organizer, Rwanda Inspiration Back up has announced this Wednesday, January 28 that SMS voting is open.
The Operation Codenamed Sokola2 is aimed at ensuring that the FDLR forces that are mainly comprised of the Rebels who fled Rwanda after the 1994 Genocide, are all disarmed, the Congolese Chief of Armed forces General Didier Etumba said.
On 27 January, Rusizi district official held a security meeting where reports revealed that some Rwandans from sectors near Rwanda-Burundi border have received new Identity cards of the neighboring country.
South Sudanese president Salva Kiir was rushed to hospital in the Ethiopian Capital, Addis Ababa, on Wednesday after he fell ill during a meeting.
Operations against FDLR will be complicated but not impossible”, Martin Kobler speaking in a press conference yesterday in Goma. The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General in the DRC and the UN have recently expressed worries that the DRC officials delay "Decisive Action" in bringing the FDLR’s long history of brutality and impunity to an end.
The Prosecution is investigating a case in which a popular businesswoman in Gakenke District is accused of forging documents and embezzling public funds.
Somalia’s new prime minister has proposed a new Cabinet after Parliament rejected his last list of candidates, prompting international concerns political power struggles were stalling progress.
The Supreme Court in France has definitely agreed to hand over two former mayors, Tito Barahira and Octavian Ngenzi for their alleged participation in the Genocide of Tutsis in 1994. French sources have revealed this Wednesday.
Team Rwanda Cycling has improved from fifth to second position in Africa while Team Rwanda rider Valens Ndayisenga has jumped on place from sixth position to fifth in the latest UCI ranking released on Tuesday.
Rwanda needs to mobilise its domestic resources in order to strengthen its financial independence.
Following his formal request to the UPDF Commissions Board for retirement, former Coordinator of intelligence organs Gen. David Sejusa, through his lawyers, has expressed worry over the way the matter is being handled.
The incident occurred at Kacyiru Presidency road at a roundabout near the former post office in Kigali.
The cause of the fire in the bus is not yet clear but Rwanda fire brigade trucks are already at the scene to control the situation
"Rwanda Media Commission (RMC) condemns the actions of the organisers of Miss Rwanda 2015 to block journalists from accessing information from the activities to select contestants because Miss Rwanda is a national pageant which concerns all Rwandans, and as such, is a matter of public interest."
Operating from Bangui for the past one year, the 850-strong Rwandan men and women in uniform under the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in CAR (Minusca) have been returning home and are being replaced by a 750-strong contingent in the first rotation exercise.
The Desert Fennecs of Algeria and Ghana on Tuesday booked places to the quarter finals of the on-going Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon).
Rwanda among eight countries to have their General Assembly voting rights suspended over non-payment of dues.
These countries have fallen foul of Article 19 of the UN Charter, which states that countries will lose their UNGA vote if their “arrears equals or exceeds the amount of the contributions due from it for the preceding two full years.”
President Kagame on Tuesday night received Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of International Monetary Fund (IMF), who is on a three day visit in Rwanda.
It is always a grace for a country to have deceitful leader. My country Tanzania has always maintained the face of a peaceful and friendly country on the continent. This long enviable history, however, started to suffer when Jakaya Kikwete assumed presidency. Abdul Kanoti Says
South Sudan leader Gen Salva Kiir has directed all commanders of elite army units of SPLA to prepare for a “protracted” and “decisive” war against the rebels of Dr Riek Machar, saying his Vice President is not ready to honour peace agreements.
The Military High Court yesterday started hearing in substance the case involving Col. Tom Byabagamba, Brig. Gen. Frank Rusagara and (rtd) Sergeant François Kabayiza who are charged with several counts, some jointly, others individual.
Nigeria’s militant Islamist group Boko Haram is waging the most brutal insurgency in Africa. It has seized vast amounts of territory, threatening Nigeria’s territorial integrity and opening a new frontier by targeting neighbouring Cameroon. Officials estimate that some three million people are affected by the humanitarian crisis caused by the five-year insurgency in the north-east.
At least 45 per cent of master degree holders are underemployed, results of a survey on graduates’ competences and employment, which was commissioned by the Higher Education Council, show.