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Monthly Archives: November 2019

From King’s Palace, Rwanda Museums’ Institute Brings the Best of Nyanza

From King’s Palace, Rwanda Museums’ Institute Brings the Best of Nyanza

The Institute of National Museums of Rwanda(INMR) is launching a project that intends to show visitors the invaluable Rwanda’s beauty and cultural heritage from across the country…

Rwanda Moves to Increase Digital Literacy Figures

Rwanda Moves to Increase Digital Literacy Figures

Rwanda will next year focus on promoting internet literacy in schools after it has emerged that digital literacy is now at less than 10% of the 12milllion Rwandans in the…

Early Childhood Centres Making Mothers Happier Workers

Early Childhood Centres Making Mothers Happier Workers

Anne Marie Uzamukunda was under intense pressure of her husband until 2017 when the Early Childhood Development (ECD) centre was built in his Nyarugunga village of Kicukiro district. “I did…

Rwanda Music School to Introduce New Courses

Rwanda Music School to Introduce New Courses

You were probably born in the 60s – 70s or way earlier, and the idea of the music you have, the best artists of your time are no longer. The music…

‘Bannyahe’ Slum Residents Return to Court with A New Plea

‘Bannyahe’ Slum Residents Return to Court with A New Plea

Embattled residents of Kangondo slum in Nyarutarama cell, Remera sector have managed to file a court case against the City of Kigali in a land battle in which both parties…

East African Community to Assess Citizen Perception as It Marks 20 Years

East African Community to Assess Citizen Perception as It Marks 20 Years

 As the East African Community (EAC) gears up celebrations to mark twenty years of its rebirth on November 30, the regional bloc has launched a Citizens’ perception portal in which…

Young Rwandans Graduate from Artificial Intelligence Course

Young Rwandans Graduate from Artificial Intelligence Course

Six Rwandan students can now be able to analyse the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition…

Showbiz Journalists Launch their Association

Showbiz Journalists Launch their Association

Show business journalists are set to launch their newly formed association dubbed Rwanda Showbiz Journalist Forum (RSJF) officially come 6th December at Camp Kigali (Akagera hall). The launch aims at…

EAC, COMESA, ECOWAS Launch Platform to Link African Women Entrepreneurs

EAC, COMESA, ECOWAS Launch Platform to Link African Women Entrepreneurs

The launch of the 50 Million African Women Speak Networking Platform to provide African women entrepreneurs with access to information on financial and non-financial services will be vital for…

Master Card Foundation Opens 15,000 Scholarships for Africa

Master Card Foundation Opens 15,000 Scholarships for Africa

The MasterCard Foundation has initiated a new scholars program that will enable talented but vulnerable Rwandans to compete for 15,000 new scholarships for university students set aside for Africans…

Key CPC Session Highlights: Modernizing China’s System and Governance Capacity

Key CPC Session Highlights: Modernizing China’s System and Governance Capacity

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the fourth plenary session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party…

Global Gender Summit Kigali: The Colorful Gala Dinner

Global Gender Summit Kigali: The Colorful Gala Dinner

The featured image features Ethiopian ladies or at least, ladies in Ethiopian attire, but you will realize that, colors are numerous in this gala dinner that Rwanda organised to welcome…