Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo are urging the UN Security Council to take action against Rwanda, which they accuse of recruiting refugees to oust the Bujumbura government, according to letters released Wednesday.
Ugandans have started voting in presidential and parliamentary polls with veteran leader Yoweri Museveni widely expected to extend his power into a fourth decade.
The Rwanda National Police (RNP) traffic and road safety department has reminded drivers to refrain from bad manoeuvres which continue to be the source road carnage.
Senegalese President Macky Sall said Tuesday in a televised message that his current term will not be reduced from seven to five years, and it will end in 2019.
Calm returned to the Ugandan capital Kampala a day ahead of the presidential vote. All seven candidates ended their campaigns in the main city. It is one of the most highly contested elections in the country.
Burundi has banned the use of commercial motorbikes from the centre of the capital, Bujumbura, in a bid to end violence in the city.
The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore has announced that tax treaties signed with Rwanda and Thailand entered into force on February 15, according to agencies.
Over 360 female Youth Volunteers in Community Policing (RYVCP) from the Southern Province have been urged to enhance their efforts in rallying against crimes in their communities.
Some people would like to become great horticulture farmers in some parts of Rwanda like Kirehe District among others, and also some crying to try and supply vegetables to some big business outlets like supermarkets and hotels.
People dealing in metal scraps have been cautioned against using under-aged children in their business to collect the objects, which is both against and punishable by the law, and exposes the children to serious risks.
The United Nations Secretary General has appointed Rwanda’s Commissioner of Police (CP) Bruce Munyambo as Police Commissioner (D2) of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).
Ugandan police fired tear gas on Monday to disperse opposition supporters as they arrested a top presidential challenger, Kizza Besigye, days ahead of presidential polls, reports said.
Uganda’s veteran ruler Yoweri Museveni, who is standing for re-election on Thursday, said he is in favour of his country pulling out of the “partisan” International Criminal Court based in The Hague.
Rwanda National Police (RNP) has issued fresh stern warning against drivers, who violate traffic rules and try to bribe Police officers as a means to escape penalties.
State House has confirmed that President Yoweri Museveni will participate in the 2nd Uganda Presidential Debate. Museveni skipped the first debate, and there had been doubts he would attend the second.
Two people loyal to the ruling party in troubled Burundi were "executed" overnight in the centre of the country, a local official and witnesses said Saturday.
Students at the University of Technology and Arts Byumba in Gicumbi District belonging to Rwanda Youth Volunteers in Community Policing Organisation have vowed to strengthen their anti-crime campaign as means to raise awareness on crime prevention rather that dealing with the consequences of crime.
The International Criminal Court in The Hague has ruled that out-of-court evidence is not admissible in the case against Kenyan vice president William Ruto.
South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir has named his arch-rival Riek Machar as vice-president, raising hopes for the implementation of a repeatedly broken peace deal to end more than two years of civil war.
The Rwanda Reform Commission started the process of reviewing the state’s Penal Code with different directive processes or things to follow; they included rehabilitation of the offender; incapacitation of the offender and proportionality.
Police in Gasabo District is holding two men who are suspected of making and distributing fake currencies.
An accountant at Fumbe Saving and Credit Cooperative (SACCO) in Rwamagana District has been arrested in connection with embezzling over Rwf1.2million.
23 Delegates from the United Nations 5th Committee, which deals with administrative and budgetary matters, are conducting a three day visit in Rwanda. The visit is part of the 5th Committee’s tour aiming at interacting with Troops/Police Contributing Countries.
South African opposition parties on Tuesday asked the country’s top court to rule on whether President Jacob Zuma broke the law by spending 250 million rand (then $23 million) on a state-funded security upgrade to his home.
Refugees from Burundi, who fled violence in their country to neighbouring Tanzania, have accused their government of sending armed men into UN-run refugee camp to hunt down opposition supporters.
Rwanda National Police (RNP) is holding two people suspected of involvement in malpractices and fraudulently awarding of a tender for the construction of Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) hotel.
A former Ugandan intelligence chief and critic of President Yoweri Museveni was denied bail on Tuesday, days before elections in which the veteran leader is seeking to extend his 30-year rule.
Rwanda is hosting a two day meeting gathering the Chiefs/ Directors of Health Services from the EAC Partner States’ Armed Forces.
As part of Rwanda National Police’s role in human security activities, the force has incorporated the anti-malaria campaign in its ongoing anti-crime awareness and support to health programs.
H.E Paul Kagame president of the Republic of Rwanda has fired Rwanda’s head of Military Intelligence, Major General Richard Rutatina.
Construction of one-stop border stoppage facility at Gatuna border with Uganda has started and will be completed in early or late July, according to officials.
A French general has defended France’s response to the 1994 Rwandan genocide, saying his troops did not give so much as a bullet to the perpetrators and did not immediately grasp the scale of the killing, sources said Sunday.
The week of business at the Rwanda stock markets started with a very slow activity as the index and all shares remained constant, both closing at 146.79 and 130.60 respectively through the whole week.
Police in Muhanga District held a meeting with over 400 commercial cyclists operating in Muhanga town, on February 4, and urged them to abide by traffic rules as means of avoiding reckless accidents.
Rwanda National Police (RNP), on February 8, officially handed over a Range Rover Sport V8 vehicle recovered in Rwanda last year, to the United Kingdom authorities.
Kenya Airways has rescheduled its night flight to Kigali, following closure of Rwanda’s international airport’s runway for repairs, the airline said on Friday.
Taxi-moto operators in Nyabihu District organised under their cooperative - COTAMOKANYA have stepped in the footsteps of their colleagues in other parts of the country to form an anti-crime club as an effective means to put ideas together to fight and prevent crimes.
Residents of Mukamira Sector in Nyabihu District have been called on to lead the fight against gender and domestic violence saying that effects of such violence are enormous to an extent that they affect the development of the communities involved, Police also urged residents to always report such cases in the quickest time possible.
A ZIMBABWE opposition supporter has asked the constitutional court to rule on whether parliament should investigate President Robert Mugabe’s mental and physical fitness to carry out his duties.
Stella Nyanzi, a medical anthropologist at Makerere Institute of Social Research [MISR] has resolved to give police chief, Kale Kayihura, her sumbusa [slang for private parts] if he keeps guns out of the 2016 elections.