RwandAir, the state-run Rwandan airline, plans to add a European destination this year and carry a record 1 million passengers by 2017 as it boosts the size of its fleet.
KENYA- A 70-year-old man has shocked residents of Fihoni village in Msambweni, Kwale County after he married and impregnated a 13-year-old girl who is now a mother to a one-week-old daughter.
Rwanda National Police’s Motor Vehicle Inspection Center (MIC) plans to increase its outreach and road safety awareness this year as means for owners of vehicles to effectively utilize the available facilities to ensure the worthiness of their automobiles and to prevent likely traffic accidents caused by mechanical faults.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Emmanuel K. Gasana has urged officers who take part in peacekeeping missions to exploit the knowledge they acquire in advancing their policing skills and taking Rwanda National Police to a higher level.
As corruption takes another twist in most African countries, the credit goes to Rwanda’s president H.E Kagame and his government as they have tried their best to curb down corruption in the country.
Members of Community Policing Committees (CPCs) in Kamonyi and Burera districts have been urged to be characterized by high sense of integrity which is a major driver for effective community policing.
The Rwanda National Police (RNP) department of Traffic and Road Safety has announced that the 2016 first quarter provisional and practical tests for driver’s licence seekers, who registered, will start on February 2.
Fourteen Chinese medics have arrived in Rwanda to offer medical services in various hospitals of the country for the next one year.
Commandants of Police colleges, academies and schools in Eastern Africa, have established a new network that would come up with mechanisms of harmonizing police training modules as means to jointly counter contemporary and cross border crimes.
Police in Rwamagana District is holding two men accused of impersonating police officers and defrauding several traders by using threats actions.
The Ugandan government has banned its citizens from taking jobs as domestic workers in Saudi Arabia, claiming they are often abused by their employers.
If you a supporter of the Go Forward group around the globe, then you should be in a sorry state as 2016 Presidential elections in Uganda are taking another twist after Amama Mbabazi’s supporters were involve in a fatal accident.
President Paul Kagame has called for stronger regional ties and cooperation between African countries to facilitate social economic growth of the continent.
Rwanda’s national carrier, Rwandair has secured a deal to spread its wings to India connecting the Asian community in East Africa to Asia.
War crimes prosecutors Thursday lifted the veil on a campaign of terror by the notorious Lord’s Resistance Army in northern Uganda, telling how children were beaten and bullied to become soldiers, with some burnt alive.
The National Resistance Movement [NRM] Campaign team together with the Special Forces Command [SFC] have today indefinitely suspended Nation Television (NTV) journalists from covering the party’s presidential candidate Yoweri Museveni’s rallies.
Kenya’s Standard media reported on Monday that Magufuli had banned miniskirts across Tanzania on the pretext that they encouraged the spread of HIV/Aids.
A delegation from the United Nations Security Council is visiting Burundi in a bid to quell political violence there from escalating into an ethnic conflict.
The Burundian government said it welcomes the visit to Bujumbura by members of the U.N. Security Council.
Political dialogue started in Burundi ahead of UN Delegation visit due to huge concerns over human rights violations however, the Opposition parties boycotted the talks.
A team of 28 regular and reserve soldiers commanded by 4 Yorks have recently trained 1800 Ugandan Peoples Defence Force (UPDF) soldiers for their upcoming deployment to Somalia. The British troops along with a few French, Danish and American soldiers delivered a training package including convoy drills, medical treatment, key leader engagement and many more.
A man has been charged in a Nairobi court for sharing pictures of slain Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) on social media something that the government takes to be illegal.
Kenya Army soldiers unload the remains of their fallen comrades on January 18, 2016 at the Wilson airport in Nairobi after they were flown in from El-Adde, south-western Somalia. Kenya said a search and rescue operation was underway in Somalia on January 17 as Al-Qaeda-linked militants claimed to have killed over 100 Kenyan soldiers in Friday’s attack on an African Union base.
Integration of regional exchanges’ infrastructure will boost activity and create more interest among East Africans to trade and invest in shares, sector players have said. They add that interlinking the region’s bourses will enable investors to buy shares of different companies across East African Community (EAC) as it will make clearing and settlement easier and more efficient.
A Muslim teacher who shielded Christian fellow passengers when their bus was attacked by Islamist militants has died in Surgery to treat his bullet wound.
Police’s Fire Brigade this afternoon rushed to the old Uganda House building along Kampala Road and put out a fire that has for moments paralyzed business there.
Members of Parliament on Monday began a week long outreach exercise across the country to follow up on the implementation of measures taken to improve public hygiene and fight against malnutrition.
High penalties imposed on traders and businesses that are found not using electronic billing machines (EBMs) have caused uneasiness among the business community. Business leaders say defaulters pay up to Rwf20 million in fines for not using the e-billing machine or evading Value Added Tax (VAT).
The United Nations has documented cases of Burundi’s security forces gang-raping women during searches of opposition supporters’ houses and heard witness testimony of mass graves, UN Human Rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said.
Rwanda Education Board has released 2015 Primary Leaving Exams for Primary Six and also the results for Senior Three this morning at the main Rwanda Education Center.
As the new term 2016 is underway, in most schools when a student does anything wrong, the immediate solution thought of by most teachers is to punish a student severely but this will be no more as REB’s Director General Janivier I Gasana explains.
Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan launches his new book and encourages young people
Ricky Jackson, the longest-held US prisoner to be cleared of a crime, says the repayment from Ohio state is "fantastic".
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has rejected reports that his wife, Grace, is unofficially running the country, saying he remains in charge.
Four people were killed in Mbarara bar shooting. The dead were identified as: Kajumba, Mbabazi Nayima, Susan Namuyimba, a bar owner and Nicholas Ahumuza, an employee of Global College whose bodies were found lying in a pool of blood.
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.
We’ve been with the FDLR for decades ... and what has been playing out relating to the FDLR has not been helpful at all - President Kagame
Rwanda’s president on Thursday voiced renewed frustration over what he complained was long-term inaction over Rwandan rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A project worth USD 31.9 million was commissioned at the Rwanda-Tanzania border at Rusumo over the weekend and is expected to ease customs and immigration clearance procedures for goods and people of the two East African Community (EAC) partner states.
Dr. Sezibera urged Kenya and Tanzania to amicablye solve their dispute
The East African Community ( EAC ) yesterday urged Tanzania and Kenya to amicably resolve the dispute caused by the decision to deny Tanzanian-registered tour vans entry into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport ( JKIA ) in Nairobi.