Djibouti President Ismail Omar Guelleh has concluded his two-day state visit to Rwanda with a stance on strong bilateral relations between the two countries.
All set. The former prime minister’s team will be lead by Mr John Mary Mugisha who pushed for the expulsion of four NRM MPs out of Parliament.
In a bid to fast track social and economic transformation of the country, the government of Rwanda seeks to achieve 70 percent of planned rural settlements within the next two years.
After the 2011 elections, all political parties (including NRM) concurred that electoral and political reforms were necessary in order to have free and fair elections in 2016.
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported that an El Nino-induced drought in Swaziland has left at least 300,000 people, a third of the nation’s population, in dire need of humanitarian assistance, UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters Friday.
Benin goes to the polls Sunday to choose a new president, and the ballot is long a record 33 candidates. Incumbent Thomas Boni Yayi is stepping down after serving his maximum of two terms.
A Somali military court has sentenced to death a former journalist who helped al-Shabab kill five fellow reporters.
It seems a done deal now for Eastern Black rhinos to return to Rwanda, after the Rwanda Development Board and African Parks, AP manages Akagera under a joint venture agreement - partnered with the Dutch government to start the process of relocating several rhinos as a breeding stock into the park.
Misungwi. A family of seven has drowned in Lake Victoria after a boat they were travelling in capsized near Lubili village in the district.
Arusha.Hearing on a case in which the jailed opposition politician Victorie Ingabire is challenging her country’s Judiciary at the African Court has been halted after Rwanda ditched the judicial body’s protocol that allows individiual and NGOs top file cases there.
South Africa’s top court has rejected Olympian Oscar Pistorius’ right to last attempt to appeal against his conviction for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
At least 300 patients will receive free surgery courtesy of the medical outreach programme sponsored by the Rwanda Military Hospital and Rotary Club India.
Democratic Republic of Congo will handover a suspect in Rwanda’s 1994 genocide, Congo’s justice minister said on Thursday, retreating from an earlier demand that Rwanda first respond to Congo’s own extradition requests.
A Tanzanian student Simon Sabaya Nolel from Nzumbe SS in Tanzania emerged first with a cash prize of US$ 1500 in an EAC essay writing competition among the five east African states.
A local poultry farm, Abusol Ltd Rwanda, could soon put to an end the massive importation of eggs by the Rwandan business society.
Military officers and a self-defense fighter say dozens of emaciated Boko Haram fighters begging for food have surrendered to soldiers in Nigeria.
Rwandan prosecution lawyers called for 22-year jail sentences Wednesday against two senior military figures on trial for inciting rebellion against the central African nation’s strongman, President Paul Kagame.
Arusha, Foreign-manufactured motor vehicles, mostly used in Tanzania and East Africa, may be compelled to set up assembling plants in the region as leaders mull reducing importation of cars from overseas.
MOGADISHU, Security forces killed six Al-Shabaab militants and five others injured at Ceel-Cade neighborhoods near Haradhere town in Mudug region of central Somalia.
The government of Tanzania and Uganda agreed to jointly implement a 1,120-kilometre oil pipeline project on Tuesday aimed at benefiting the two east African countries.
Rwanda Defence Force has started Relief in Place operation for Rwanda Battalion (Rwanbatt2) deployed in the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in Central Africa Republic (MINUSCA).
President Museveni has prepared a team of 40 eminent lawyers in Kampala who are expected to defend his election victory at the Supreme Court,
The 13th edition of the Los Angeles-based Travel and Adventure show brought large numbers of people to the stand of Rwanda.
The second intake of 433 members of District Administration Security Service Organ (DASSO) including 100 females, on March 1, completed a three-month basic training at the Police Training School (PTS) Gishari in Rwamagana District.
NBS television journalist Remmy Bahati has been arrested outside FDC candidate, Kizza Besigye’s home in Kasangati.
A French military advisory to the government of Juvenal Habyarimana has given yet more light into a campaign in which several government critics died under mysterious circumstances.
A bomb scare shook downtown Kampala Tuesday morning sending city dwellers into a panic.
As the common saying goes, “Water is Life” “No water, No life” that means the government should do all it takes to bring enough water closer to people more than it has done in developing other sectors because water comes as a first priority in most families, schools, churches business centers among others.
President Paul Kagame yesterday met with a delegation of business leaders under the umbrella body, Gen Next.
Suspected Ugandan rebels killed 13 civilians in an overnight raid on a village in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the army has said.
BUJUMBURA, Burundi, Burundian authorities have discovered three bodies in a single grave in the capital, heightening concerns about the existence of mass graves in the violence-plagued country.
The World Bank Country Office yesterday released the Rwanda Economic Update (REU) that makes an interesting SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) analysis.
At least 30 people have been killed in twin bomb attacks claimed by Shebab Islamists in the Somali city of Baidoa, the regional governor said Monday.
Damboa, Nigeria: Major roads to and from Maiduguri in northeast Nigeria have been reopened, the chief of army staff said on Saturday, nearly three years after they were shut because of Boko Haram attacks.
National Police (RNP) has called on miners to frequently conduct risk assessments as a measure of avoiding accidents that could lead to loss of life.
Nigeria has removed more than 20,000 non-existent workers from the government payroll following an audit, leading to savings of 2.29bn naira (£8.3m) from its monthly wage bill, the finance ministry has said.
A 19 year old Jolly Mutesi, has been coronated Miss Rwanda 2016 in a colourful ceremony held at Camp Kigali grounds on Saturday evening replacing 2015’s Doriane Kundwa.
Ugandans await President Yoweri Museveni’s response to calls for dialogue with Forum for Democratic Change leader Dr Kizza Besigye, who he has kept under a lockdown after the latter rejected the results of the February 18 presidential election.
Police have spoken out on circumstances under which a long fuel tank exploded in Kampala on Friday, killing three people instantly.
Cameroon’s army has killed at least 92 members of the Boko Haram armed group and freed 850 villagers in a joint operation with Nigerian forces, Cameroon’s government said.