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Kigali To Turn All Major Wetlands Into Eco Parks

Kigali To Turn All Major Wetlands Into Eco Parks

The Ministry of infrastructure and Rwanda Environmental Management Authority (REMA) have revealed plans to turn wetlands in the city of Kigali into areas to protect a vast biodiversity and into…

Farmer Welcomes Zebras, Conservationist Says He Can Keep Them

Farmer Welcomes Zebras, Conservationist Says He Can Keep Them

A farmer from Kayange, one village in Karangazi Sector of Nyagatare district which hosts the wonder Akagera National Park in Eastern Rwanda has added seven zebras on his farm. They…

Students to Return to School Over the Weekend

Students to Return to School Over the Weekend

The National Examination and School Inspection Authority (NESA) has released a nationwide ‘back to school’ transport schedule for boarding students. According to the students, from Musanze, Huye, Gisagara, Nyamasheke, Rusizi…

COVID-19: Vaccination Becomes Indispensable In Rwanda

COVID-19: Vaccination Becomes Indispensable In Rwanda

Amidst skyrocketing numbers of the new cases, Rwanda has set new measures to prevent further spread of COVID-19 which makes the full vaccination against the pandemic indispensable. According to…

A Heart Centre, Vaccination Centre, Mass Vaccination…the Things to Watch in Health this 2022

A Heart Centre, Vaccination Centre, Mass Vaccination…the Things to Watch in Health this 2022

Like elsewhere in the world, Rwanda has ended a challenging 2021 in a fight to contain the Covid-19 pandemic and the struggle continues. But, it also promises and targets…

Air Pollution Reports At Rwanda, DRC Border: Lake Water Is Safe

Air Pollution Reports At Rwanda, DRC Border: Lake Water Is Safe

Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) has attributed the poor quality of air in Rubavu district to human activities contrary to earlier reports suggesting the recent Nyiragongo eruption as the eminent…

Struggle Continues for Private Schools As Gov’t Reinforces Free Basic Education

Struggle Continues for Private Schools As Gov’t Reinforces Free Basic Education

It is over a decade now, since private schools started to request government partnership to save them from bankruptcy. Their failure started as most students were enrolled in public schools…

PHOTO of the Week: Akagera Lions Mating And the Growing Family of Big Cat

PHOTO of the Week: Akagera Lions Mating And the Growing Family of Big Cat

 The King of the Jungle, or lion as it is popularly known, was no more in Akagera National Park by the year 2000. They were extinct by poaching coupled by…

‘Born To Code’ Graduation, Aeronautic Engineering and Mass Vaccination – Education in 2022

‘Born To Code’ Graduation, Aeronautic Engineering and Mass Vaccination – Education in 2022

Coding students in boot camp Rwanda has ended a challenging academic year whose scars might even be prolonged to some extent in the current year. However, the sector promises to…

Child Labor, Conflict with Parents… Research Shows How Covid-19 Affected Children

Child Labor, Conflict with Parents… Research Shows How Covid-19 Affected Children

An Umbrella of Human Rights Organization – (CLADHO) has showed that children were severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic resulting into the increase in child labor which ma put the…

UN Tribunal Asks Niger to Withhold Expulsion of Rwandans

UN Tribunal Asks Niger to Withhold Expulsion of Rwandans

The United Nations International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (UNIRMCT) has asked the Niger Government to stay the expulsion order of eight Rwandans who were recently given seven days to…

Students Who Vandalised School Property Sentenced to 5 Years In Jail

Students Who Vandalised School Property Sentenced to 5 Years In Jail

Ngororero Primary court in Western Province has sentenced to five years students who were allegedly involved in damaging school property after completing the final year exams in July. The court…