The New Times Publications

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At least 60,000 refugees in Kigeme, Gihembe and Nyabiheke refugee camps will benefit from a Rwf10 billion 3-year project to provide affordable and sustainable sources of renewable energy, officials have announced.

More and more cities of the United Kingdom have taken on the event to commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in the past few years.

Rwandans and friends of Rwanda in cities like London, Oxford and Birmingham held commemoration events this year.

OPINION: ... decolonisation is still unfinished business whether we want to call it by its name or not, writes @jrwagatare

Experts from across the region are meeting in Kigali to discuss ways of how e-waste can be managed.

E-waste which includes anything with a plug or a battery is a health hazard that the region is trying to contain in an efficient manner.


The mayor of Nyabihu District, Théoneste Uwanzwenuwe, and the district vice-mayor in charge of social affairs, Clarisse Mukansanga, have resigned.

#Rwanda will chair the African Union Peace and Security Council (PSC), this month. The Council is to be presided over by Rwandas Permanent Representative to the #African Union @HTGasatura

@AU_PSD @_AfricanUnion

Despite being a civil engineering graduate, Samantha Freedom Ahirwe runs a local footwear company that empowers vulnerable women through making sandals from easily available material.

Ahirwe attributes her current success to the #MadeInRwanda campaign.

The New Times Publications  - April 28, 2018
At @REBRwanda, Janvier Nkurikiyinka was named Corporate Services Division Manager;
Joan Murungi was appointed Head of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Resources
Department, while Dr. Alphonse Sebaganwa became Head of Department of Examinations, Selection and Assessment

The New Times Publications  - April 24, 2018
Four mass graves holding victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi have been discovered in Rusororo, Gasabo District 24 years after the atrocities

Since the first bodies were found on Sunday evening, about 200 bodies have been recovered. #Kwibuka24

The New Times Publications  - March 30, 2018
RURA announces new public transport fares. The intercity public transport tariff was adjusted from Rwf19 to Rwf21 per kilometre, per passenger, while Kigali public transport tariff will be adjusted from Rwf20 to Rwf22 per kilometre.

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