The Governor of Southern Province, Alphonse Munyetwari reminded local leaders who attended a security meeting their roles responsibilities.
The Netherlands Ambassador to Rwanda Frédérique de Man yesterday praised Rwanda National Police (RNP) for its efficiency and professionalism in responding to gender-based violence (GBV).
Rwanda is in talks with Tanzania and Burundi for a shared standard gauge railway through the Central Corridor after it realised that Uganda was not prioritising the Kampala-Kigali connection that would have seen it transport its goods through Kenya.
The Governor of the Western Province Caritas Mukandasira has called on residents of Nyabihu District to work closely with security organs saying the security is the pillar to development and their welfare.
Yesterday, President Paul Kagame started his three-day tour to the Eastern Province where he met with the citizens in the deal to fight against poverty, and also encouraging the population to work so hard in a way of increasing both production and incomes in order to improve their lives.
Thousands of South Africans took to the streets across the country on Wednesday to press their demand that President Jacob Zuma should step down.
The Communist Party of China (CPC) has reaffirmed its commitment to strengthening cooperation with Rwanda’s ruling Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) party.
Rwanda National Police (RNP) has called on residents of Rweru sector in Bugesera district to gear up their efforts in preserving children’s rights at all times and also promote their welfare.
A NORTH Berwick woman is at the heart of an appeal for extensive work on a kitchen at an African school.
Rwanda National Police (RNP) yesterday handed over Kacyiru police hospital to the Ministry of Health in a move aimed at harmonizing efforts and improving medical services. The hospital now becomes Kacyiru District Hospital.
The Rwanda National Police has assured the public of safety and security as well as that of their property following growing cases of break-ins.
Rwanda National Police (RNP) has arrested two traffic officers who were caught red-handed taking bribe.
Rwandan Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi on Monday called for massive investment in the country to help boost employment.
Police in Ngororero District conducted an operation to protect environment and arrested 21 people in connection with illegal mining and illegally cutting down trees in a protected area.
The institute will be established by the Rwanda Association of Local Government Authorities (RALGA) in partnership with the Commonwealth Local Government Forum and the UK’s Local Government Information Unit.
Uganda: Another top Uganda’s General and Court Martial chairman Maj. Gen. Levi Karuhanga has died aged 60 at Nakasero Hospital.
RWANDA’S army denied its troops crossed into neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo in pursuit of a militia that’s staged at least two attacks on its territory in the past three weeks.
Rwanda has remembered Rosalia Gicanda, the last queen of Rwanda, who was killed during the 1994 genocide that claimed more than a million lives.
A Ugandan-registered motorcycle that was stolen in Kabale District, Uganda in January this year was yesterday handed over to its rightful owners in an event held at Rwanda National Police (RNP).
Three people have been arrested in Nyagatare District in connection with the theft of cows on Sunday night.
High Court yesterday rejected the appeal by Genocide suspect Ladislas Ntaganzwa’s and upheld a lower court ruling remanding him for 30 days pending conclusion of investigations by prosecution.
The Ministry of Health has called for early screening of diabetes after a study found that half of the 175,575 people living with diabetes in the country are undiagnosed.
Police in Kirehe District is holding a 23-year old man, who was arrested after he was found in possession of different types of pharmaceutical products, which he allegedly acquired and sold illegally on the black market.
Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) has availed temporary solutions for Bugesera district residents after their water plant was damaged last week.
Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have kicked off mountain gorillas’ census to ascertain the exact number of gorilla population in those countries.
A fleet of mini aircraft could provide the solution to getting medical supplies to remote areas of Africa, thereby preventing thousands of deaths.
Today, April 17, 2016 at around 7:00 am, Mbyariyehe Olivier, a detainee at Kiyumba Police Station in Muhanga District was shot dead while running away to escape from the Police custody.
About 1,300 Rwandan refugees have been repatriated to Rwanda this year in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo), an official source said Thursday.
Eight female engineering students from University of Glasgow will take up residence at the University of Rwanda in Kigali to combine their skills and innovation with a team of Rwandan peers.
Uganda: The High Court in Kampala has sentenced to death a 40-year-old man who defiled and infected his daughter with HIV/AIDS.
A Rwandan court on Friday sentenced a genocide suspect, who was deported from Canada, to life in jail after finding him guilty of multiple charges.
Congo security forces have uncovered a new rebel group operating at the border of Congo and Burundi.
The head of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organization evoked the Holocaust and Passover at a U.N. ceremony marking the 22nd anniversary of the Rwanda genocide.
Rwanda is in negotiations with Israel over the terms for accommodating refugees from Africa who are seeking asylum in Jerusalem.
The High Court yesterday granted Dr Rose Mukankomeje a conditional bail, the Director General of Rwanda Environmental Management Authority (REMA), due to the fact that there was no any indication that she would jeopardize investigations in her case.
Rwanda National Police has handed over a vehicle to its rightful owner, after it was stolen in Rwanda and taken to Uganda, where it was recovered.
After the whole world joined hands with the Rwandan society to remember the victims of 1994 Rwanda Genocide that took the lives of about a million Rwandese majorly the Tutsis and moderate Hutu, was ended yesterday and now everything comes back to normal.
As a way of improving the performance of Tourism sector in the country, Rwanda is set to turn the country’s largest and oldest maximum security prison-Kigali Central Prison, commonly known as 1930, to a historical museum.
Police have warned the public against encroaching forest reserves and illegal cutting of trees.
The Executive Secretary of the National Commission for the Fight against Genocide (CNLG) Dr. Jean Damascene Bizimana has said that concerted efforts between the general public and security organs will effectively deal with genocide ideology and other related crimes.