Rwanda’s envoy to the United Nations (UN) has rebuked the United States for criticizing the lack of political space in his country and for warning against a government centred around one man.
Late Lucky Dube said, “And if you think affirmative action
is the way out, no way, no way
Education is still the key
Even though we have affirmative action.”
Nelson Mandela also said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
DRC Brings to Trial Ladislas Ntaganzwa to Rwanda to Face Court for Taking Role in Organising 20,000 Massacres
In the picture, Ladislas Ntaganzwa (C) was escorted by police officers upon his arrival at Kigali airport on 20 March 2016.
Rwanda has been warned to always be on alert following the untimely outbreak of Rift Valley Fever that is suspected to have attacked their closest neighbours Uganda.
The Chief of Staff of Rwanda Defence Force Air force Brig Gen Charles Karamba advised 35 Air craft technicians leaving for United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) to maintain good name of Rwanda while contributing to the achievement of the Mission Mandate.
ACCRA, Ghana, African Media Agency (AMA) The African Transformation Forum (ATF) that was held 14-15th March in the Rwanda’s capital Kigali, came up with a conclusion of launching the Coalition for Transformation in Africa.
A memorial to the 1994 genocide in Rwanda is to be powered almost entirely from solar following the completion of a PV system on the site.
Rwanda’s leader says self-reliance and public enthusiasm are behind country’s success. Economic transformation happens through a positive change in the mind-set of the people, said Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame when he addressed delegates on the second and final day of the African Transformation Forum (ATF) in Kigali, Rwanda.
The general public is required to take precautions against any likely fire outbreak sometimes caused by carelessness and electricity connectivity installed by unprofessional or lay practitioners.
Unidentified gunmen Tuesday night killed three people in separate incidents in southern Burundi - two in Bururi province and another one in Makamba province, local administration authorities said Wednesday.
Rwandan tourists will in a couple of months be able to see a complete family of the lions with cubs following the expectant lioness that was imported last year from South Africa.
Police in Kigali has arrested four men suspected to have been venturing in counterfeit money business.
The quartet was arrested red-handed on March 15 in Batsinda, Gisozi Sector of Gasabo District with fake currency notes amounting to Rwf996, 000, Police said.
A man suspected of impersonating government officials and conning unsuspecting job-seekers of their money has been arrested.
Jean Damascene Uwimanimpaye, 33, who was paraded before the media on March 16, was arrested recently in Rubavu District in a police operation following complaints filed by victims.
A Formed Police Unit (FPU) contingent of 70 police officers, on March 16, set off for the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) where they will join the main FPU contingent of 170 forming a bigger unit of 240.
The whole world may know that Israel is deporting certain migrants to Rwanda and a range of pro-migrant groups may be attacking the state for a lack of transparency in the deportation process, but that did not stop the Supreme Court from striking all mentions of the word “Rwanda” from its transcript of Tuesday’s hearing on the issue.
Rwanda: Woman in Nyabihu District has been arrested in connection with trafficking narcotic drugs into the country.
The legal team of independent presidential candidate, Amama Mbabazi has asked the Supreme court to order for a vote recount at the district level or nullify the presidential elections altogether, saying the Electoral Commission didn’t comply with the law.
Tanzania Nineteen people have been sentenced to death after being convicted of killing albinos, the Tanzanian government has confirmed.
President Kagame reacts to his government officials to take away their praises and accolades piled on Rwanda as a shining star of Africa. The song of Rwanda’s progress does not appease President Paul Kagame. Though he is happy with the achievement, but on the other side of the story, he is not satisfied by the level of growth and service delivery in his country.
The District Police Unit of Musanze has started a refresher course for officers in Musanze as part of the Rwanda National Police (RNP) prioritized training strategy to keep the officers updated on the evolving policing environment.
The newly elected local leaders in Gatsibo District have been reminded to spearhead the fight against crimes in their respective areas.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame has asked government leadership to put an end to street children problem which had risen in past few months.
The African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights (AfCHPR) has expressed concern over Rwanda’s decision to withdraw from a declaration that allows individuals or groups to file cases at the court.
JUBA, Fresh fighting in previously peaceful areas of South Sudan’s Western Equatoria state has forced thousands of people to flee into countries including Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Uganda and even the volatile Central African Republic.
A spokesman of a Burundian opposition party Friday criticized a report of the country’s attorney general rejecting allegations on the existence of mass graves after attacks on military camps on Dec. 11, 2015.
A second rebel group, which calls itself “Uganda Saving Force” [USF], has propped up and claimed responsibility for the attack on Kapchorwa police station.
Ugandans living in California USA on Friday took to the streets of Los Angeles [L.A] to protest against President Yoweri Museveni.
Rwanda set to fly to Mauritius for their upcoming Afcon 2017 qualifier set for March 26 at Anjalay Stadium in Belle-Vue on a chartered flight and depart for Kigali immediately after the game.
Rwanda is mulling over the establishment of a credit guarantee fund to encourage commercial banks to increase lending to the mining sector.
The Minister of Local Government, Hon Francis Kaboneka inaugurated on 10th March 2016 forty seven classrooms constructed in different sites in Gasabo by Rwanda Defence Force/RDF Reserve Force in partnership with Gasabo District.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Emmanuel K. Gasana has challenged 110 police officers set for separate peacekeeping missions in Sudan and South Sudan to serve with commitment and dedication and ensure they deliver to the best of their expectations.
As we have just been counting down to the ’warm’ welcome and to see the official return of Uganda’s Bad Black all the way from University of Understanding, Luzira prison, also bad news about her lover’s arrest sneaked in. Bad Black is concluding her four-year prison period at Luzira.
As Senegal hosts key meeting, Africa’s brain drain numbers show Rwanda, Zambia, Ethiopia holding on to their best talents
Talent matters if a country is to shine economically. But some African countries just do it better than others.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame has called for hard work and mindset shift in Africa to empower people to achieve sustainable prosperity.
Minister of Health and Population Ahmed Emad el Din Rady met on Monday 7/3/2016 Rwanda’s Ambassador to Egypt Sheikh Saleh Habimana.
Rwanda will borrow $18.4 million from Japan to improve the stability and efficiency of its electricity supplies, Finance Minister Claver Gatete said.
The Political Bureau of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda, during its meeting on 5th March 2016 in Kigali, decided that it will not participate in the upcoming Presidential elections, if the Government of Rwanda does not respond to its demands for political and electoral reforms.
Doncaster resident, Rebecca Turner-Loisel has just returned from Rwanda where she visited her sponsored child, 17-year-old Uwiduhaye.
The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) will today, Monday, resume a two-week sitting in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, with debate on the EAC Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Bill, the EAC Persons with Disabilities Bill and various committee reports top on agenda.
Some of the best coffee beans in the world are grown in Africa, and while the number of coffee consumers there is growing, most Africans still don’t drink it. That’s something Rwanda’s government would like to change.