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WDA Fails to Explain Gross Mismanagement of Public Funds
September,17 2020 Williams Buningwire Comments(0)

The parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has tasked the Workforce Development Authority (WDA) to explain the alleged mismanagement of public funds as indicated in the Auditor General’s (AG) report. WDA appeared before PAC on Tuesday 15, September 2020 to respond to issues raised in AG’s 2018/19 report which showed Rwf15 billion as unaccounted for, while…
Tags: Accountability, Latestnews
Too Much TV and Computer Use By Children Cause Academic Blunt ─ Research
September,14 2020 Williams Buningwire Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_11396" align="alignnone" width="794"] Jean Philbert Nsgengimana, former Minister of Youth and ICT demonstrates a computer program to a pupil during the Africa Code Week. Children's exposure to the computer should be limited [/caption] Children who watch television or use computers for many hours risk blunting their academic performance, a new research warns. The research results…
Tags: Education
Promotion of Head Teachers To be Based on Experience Instead of Exams
September,13 2020 Williams Buningwire Comments(0)

The Ministry of education has changed the method of providing schools with headteachers, a move that intends to improve the quality of education. This time, the ministry will appoint experienced teachers in leadership positions rather than merely basing on recruitment examination results or academic qualifications. Appointing head and deputy headteachers for public primary, secondary and  …
Tags: Education
EPL Kicks Off but Fans Will Wait a Little Longer to Watch from Favourite Spots
September,12 2020 Williams Buningwire Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_58151" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] Arsenal went off to a winning start, beating newcomers Fulham 3-0. File Photo[/caption] The English Premier League football games for the 2020/2021 season kicked off Saturday with a majority of local football fans lamenting not being able to watch the games from their favourite joints due to government measures against the spread…
Tags: Lates Sport
Traffic Under COVID-19: Accidents Claimed 90, Injured 500
September,10 2020 Williams Buningwire Comments(0)

Rwanda National Police(RNP) says road accidents killed 90 and injured 510 people in the period between March and September 2, 2020. These fatalities happened while the country has limited movements by introducing curfew hours as one of the measures intended to stop the spread of Covid-19. However, RNP spokesperson, CP John Bosco Kabera said the…
Tags: Police
Sponsored: Kamonyi Residents Complete Basic Training In Cooperative Management
September,07 2020 Williams Buningwire Comments(0)

Forty residents grouped into two sessions in Kamonyi district, Southern Province have finished basic training in cooperatives operations, management skills, and business initiatives through self-help groups.The three-day training facilitated by Global Civic Sharing Rwanda (GCS Rwanda), a South Korean nonprofit organization that aims at creating economic self-reliance for the communities in Kamonyi district started on…
85 Per Cent of Candidates Fail Teachers’ Recruitment Exam
September,02 2020 Williams Buningwire Comments(0)

[caption id="attachment_55901" align="alignnone" width="1080"] REB's boss looking at a questionnaire of a candidate during teachers' recruitment exercise last month. 85% of the candidates failed[/caption] The Rwanda EducationBoard(REB) is set to organize the second phase of teachers' recruitment examination after 34,134 candidates failed to score the required the pass mark in the latest recruitment exams. The…
Tags: Education
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