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COVID-19: Active Cases Outnumber Recoveries Again
August,30 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

The Country saw this coming. The medical practitioners spared no efforts, the government put in place all it takes for the citizen to stay safe, donors/partners kept coming in for support, but some missing dots, especially among the community has increased the spread even more. On Saturday, the country reported 101 new COVID-19 cases, increasing…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
Nearly 500 Burundian Refugees Return Home
August,27 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

On Thursday, 471 Burundian refugees boarded buses from their Mahama camp in Kirehe district, Eastern Rwanda to return home after 5 years. Facilitated by the government of Rwanda and the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, this is the first batch that repatriates at such a big number. This follows a letter that they addressed…
Regional
Tags: Rwanda-Burundi Relations
Public Transport Between Kigali and Other Districts Prohibited, Curfew From 7PM
August,27 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

The cabinet meeting convened at Village Urugwiro, Wednesday, August 26 has prohibited public transport between the capital Kigali and other districts of the country. Chaired by President Paul Kagame, the cabinet strengthened measures to prevent COVID-19 in several areas, where, among others, it was decided that the curfew hours should start earlier, from 7 PM…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
Rwanda in 2050: 70% of Rwandans Will Be Living in Urban Centres
August,26 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id="11" gal_title="Land Management"] “Quality of Life” is the first item among the five pillars of Rwanda’s vision 2050 which started this year to usher the country to a middle income economy status. Among other indicators of quality life, Rwanda seeks to achieve sustained food security and nutrition for all households and age groups, universal,…
Special Reports
COVID-19: Rwanda Registers 2 Victims, 217 New Cases
August,24 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_57251" align="alignnone" width="1080"] Nyarugenge market and neighboring businesses were closed after it was found that they accelerate the spread of the pandemic.[/caption] On Monday, Rwanda registered two COVID-19 deaths, the first time to have two fatalities since March 14 when the country confirmed the first case. This brought the total deaths to 14 with…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
Rwanda Starts A New Option to Treat COVID-19 Patients From Home
August,24 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

Rwanda has started treating some COVID-19 patients from home, an achievement that will allow medical practitioners and the COVID-19 task force as a whole to be relieved from the heavy burden as new cases surge. The total number of cases increased to 3,089 as of  August 23 including 200 new COVID-19 cases on the same…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
Kigali’s Cable Car Project To Be Completed in Two Years
August,24 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

The City of Kigali estimates that infrastructure which will enable the Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) and cable cars will be ready within two years if negotiation with key players goes as per expectations. The vice mayor in charge of Infrastructure Development Eng. Ernest Nsabimana, told KT Multimedia, our sister platform that several steps towards the…
Technology
Tags: Roads
COVID-19 Rwanda: 12th Victim, 200 New Cases On a Single Day
August,23 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_57467" align="alignnone" width="702"] Burrial of a COVID-19 victim in Kigali. A tweth person died of COVID-19 today[/caption] A 71-year-old Rwandan became the 12th victim of COVID-19 in Rwanda on Sunday, a day which also recorded the highest number of new cases since COVID-19 outbreak was declared on March 14. “Condolences to the family of…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
Rwanda Records the Highest Number of New COVID-19 Cases In Single Day
August,22 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_57268" align="alignnone" width="1080"] Nyabugogo market which was closed following a surge in numbers of COVID-19[/caption] Rwanda has on Saturday, registered 109 new COVID-19 cases, the biggest number of cases registered in one day since the first person was confirmed COVID-19 positive in Rwanda, MArch. The latest update has brought the total confirmed cases to…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
COVID-19: Rwanda Registers 11th Victim Amid Increase of New Cases
August,20 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_57366" align="alignnone" width="704"] Decontamination of Makuza Peace Plazza -August 20,2020[/caption] "Condolences to the family of 42-year old Rwandan who died," reads a communique that accompanied the Ministry of Health's update on COVID-19 in Rwanda, August 20. On Thursday, yet another family lost a relative to COVID-19, bringing the number of victims to 11 since…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
Ghanaian Footballer, Lover and Party-goers Put Into Quarantine After Violating COVID-19 Measures
August,19 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

During the weekend, the public looked at these photos and had mixed reactions. Some argued that they can't be photos of partygoers during COVID-19 in Rwanda because there is no sign that the people are on any alert of a serious pandemic in the country. Others said that wasn't it involving a football star like…
Sports
Tags: Coronavirus
COVID-19: For the First Time, Rwanda Registers Two Deaths in A Single Day
August,18 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

Rwanda has, for the first time registered two COVID-19 deaths in a single day, another warning that the pandemic is severe. "Condolences to families of two Rwandans 45 years old and 55-year-old who passed away today," writes the Ministry of health in the update of August 18. The country confirmed the first case of COVID-19…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
COVID-19: Traders in Kigali’s Closed Markets Instructed to Stay at Home
August,17 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

A couple of hours after two big markets were closed in Kigali following big numbers of COVID-19 among the traders, a communiqué has instructed occupants to test for COVID-19 and to stay at home to avoid more spread of the pandemic. The Nyabugogo market located at a building codenamed as Kwa Mutangana, and Kigali City…
Economy
Tags: Coronavirus
How the Latest Mass Graves of Genocide Victims Were Discovered in Kigali
August,17 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

Twenty-six years after the Genocide committed against Tutsi in Rwanda, survivors are yet to know the whereabouts of all the victims because planners and perpetrators make an effort to hide information in the continued denial, the last stage of a genocide. Kivugiza cell of Nyamirambo sector, a village of Mpano, Nyarugenge district, specifically in a…
National
Tags: #Kwibuka26, Kwibuka23
COVID-19: Traders at Loss As Nyabugogo, Nyarugenge Markets Close
August,17 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

Every other thing happened to close in a way or another in the last five months since the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Rwanda, but markets selling food commodities had always been open. With new trends where health assessments indicated that the surging numbers in Kigali were traced in the markets, the Nyabugogo…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
COVID-19: Restrictions In Parts of Rwanda Into Lockdown Lifted
August,16 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_55924" align="alignnone" width="1200"] Cells in Nyamasheke, Western Province saw the lockdown lifted[/caption] The Ministry of Local Government(Minaloc) has announced lift from total COVID-19 lockdown of several cells of the country where movements were restricted to control the spread of the pandemic. According to the communique, effective August 17, COVID-19 lockdown will be lifted for…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
Cabinet Resolutions: Schools Will Remain Closed
August,15 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_45207" align="alignnone" width="640"] Riviera High School - Kigali, Rwanda[/caption] The most awaited cabinet decision about schools reopening has been made; Schools will remain closed to allow sufficient time for further health assessment and thorough preparedness for the resumption of in-person classes, the cabinet meeting that was chaired by President Paul Kagame at Urugwiro village…
National
Tags: Cabinet
Rwanda Registers 93 COVID-19 Cases In A Single Day
August,15 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_57149" align="alignnone" width="550"] Kigali city tower-the capital city tower-the capital Kigali regisered 80 cases alone[/caption] There were 101 new COVID-19 cases on June 29 and none thought that there could be any number close to that going forward since numbers went reducing on a daily basis until this Friday, August 14 when 93 new…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
COVID-19: 8th Victim Is 37 Year Old As Rwanda Registers 3 Deaths in a Week
August,12 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

Rwanda has registered the 8th victim of COVID-19, a situation that may suggest that the general public should bear in mind that the pandemic is becoming even severer. The victim is a 37-year old man who passed away in Kigali, according to the Ministry of health. He follows two other COVID-19 victims who passed away…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
Good Day As Rwanda Registers 86 COVID-19 Recoveries
August,11 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

Rwanda has registered one of the biggest numbers of COVID-19 recoveries with 86 patients being discharged on Tuesday. This reduced the number of active cases to 686 and the total recoveries, 1478. Meanwhile, 19 new COVID-19 cases were registered out of 5153 tests that were conducted on Tuesday, bringing the total confirmed cases to 2,171.…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
James Ngarambe, the Engineer with a Dream to Become the Next Dangote
August,10 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_56954" align="alignnone" width="2560"] James Ngarambe[/caption] In 2006, he tried to join the army in Uganda but he failed, he had earlier on tried cattle business and failed. He tried to venture into mining and agriculture and also yielded no result. This is the story of James Ngarambe, an Engineer and young Entrepreneur, who gathers…
Special Reports
Two Deaths In A Row: Rwanda Registers 7th COVID-19 Death
August,09 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_55420" align="alignnone" width="799"] COVID-19 testing in Kigali[/caption] Rwanda has registered the seventh COVID-19 victim, a-77-year-old man, the ministry of Health has said. "Condolences to the family of a 77-year-old man who passed away in Kigali," reads the communique from the Ministry. It is a second victim this week-end f0llowing another 51 years old man…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
COVID-19: Rwanda Registers Sixth Death
August,08 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

Rwanda has registered the sixth death of COVID-19 since the pandemic outbreak on March 14,2020. A victim is a man aged 51 years old from Kigali. "Condolences to the family of a 51-year old man who passed away in Kigali," wrote the Minister of Health in the daily update. Rwanda registered the first case, a…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
COVID-19: Rubavu Registers Biggest Number From Returning Residents
August,07 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

Rwanda has confirmed 17 new COVID-19 cases bringing the total confirmed cases to 2,128. The cases of August 7 include 12 from Rubavu who are "returning residents isolated upon arrival," according to the update of the Ministry of health. Rubavu in Western Province is on the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo(DRC). The other…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
Mother Who Delivered in COVID-19 Treatment Centre Discharged
August,06 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_56860" align="alignnone" width="1080"] The mother and baby getting the medical certificate before the discharge[/caption] The Rugerero COVID-19 treatment centre in Rubavu district, Western Rwanda has discharged a mother who delivered her bouncing baby boy. The mother delivered on July 17 while under treatment of COVID-19 and she was given due care. Lt Col Dr…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
Muhanga District Overwhelmed by Applicants After Advertising 11 Positions
August,06 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

Some scenarios suggest that any civil servant in Rwanda may need to work even harder to maintain their job while aspirants should seek possible alternatives before it's too late. Muhanga, a district of southern Province located at 36 kilometers from the capital Kigali on August 5 was looking for 11 people to fill vacant positions…
National
Tags: Labor
COVID-19 Rwanda: New Cases On Decline
August,06 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

Rwanda on Wednesday, August 5, registered another decline in the number of new COVID-19 pandemic in a new trend that is promising. The country registered five new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 2104 and 15 recoveries which increased total recoveries to 1237. From 69 new cases on July 29, the…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
COVID-19 Rwanda: 53 Recoveries Confirmed Against 7 New Cases
August,05 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

Rwanda has registered another big number of COVID-19 recoveries which is nearly eight times the number of new confirmed cases. According to the Ministry of health, 53 recoveries were registered on August 4th compared to 7 new registered cases of COVID-19. Recoveries have now increased to 1,222 compared to 872 active cases out of a…
National
Tags: Coronavirus
Dog Bites Man, Owners Slaughter It to Raise His Medication Fees
August,04 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

The Rwanda Investigation Bureau(RIB) is holding three men from Ruhango district, Ruhango sector in Southern Province who connived in an unusual project. The three men, Ihimbazwe Maurice, Yangeneye Emmanuel, and Nshimiyimana Theogene were allegedly caught red-handed while slaughtering a dog and investigation established that they intended to sell the meat to compensate a person the…
Society
MASS: Meet The Men, Women Who Have Changed The Face of Architecture In Rwanda and Beyond
August,02 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_56675" align="alignnone" width="799"] ALU Kigali Campus[/caption] When the new normal in education starts, students who enrolled at the African Leadership University (ALU) Kigali Campus will not return to their Kimihurura rented space in a commercial building designated to accommodate everything and thus unfit for one thing – a school, learning environment. A new campus…
Special Reports
Tags: Housing
COVID-19: Over 2,000 Arrested for Violating Prevention Directives
August,01 2020 Jean de la Croix Tabaro Comments(0)

 At least 2,046 people were arrested in the night of Friday July 31, across the country after they were found violating the government directives meant to prevent further spread of Coronavirus, namely the curfew. About 925 were arrested in the City of Kigali alone. The countrywide operations were conducted by the Police and local leaders…
National
Tags: Police
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