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Term limits: MPs nationwide consultations in pictures

Mr. Kajangwe a resident of Kimihurura sector gestures that he wants article 101 amended now

For a period of a week, the News Of Rwanda has created some of the most memorable MPs consultations photography. Here, look at the best imagery from this a countrywide tour to collect public views on the proposed amendment of Article 101 of the Constitution, following demands by millions of Rwandans that all obstacles be […]

Cyanika: Nyakatsi eradication, reason to vote Kagame again

Deputy Semasaka explains to residents on possible constitutional changes.

Nyakatsi eradication is a household word in Rwanda especially among rural population. Former Nyakatsi dwellers in Cyanika sector of Burera district see no other reason of saying bye to the exemplary President Kagame all in the name of “Presidential term limits”. This is because they inhabited for long in grass thatched houses due to poverty […]

Rwandans in Diaspora commemorate 21st genocide anniversary

Rwandans in Diaspora commemorate 21st genocide anniversary

Rwanda community in Diaspora countries joined their nation in commemorating the 21 Kwibuka 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. ‘Kwibuka’ – the Kinyarwanda word for ‘remember’ – will this year focus on fighting Genocide denial and revisionism. Rwandans celebrated the event in different cities including the Netherlands, Moscow, Paris New, Delhi, Dakar, London, Brussels, Addis Ababa, […]

Rwanda peacekeepers respond to disaster aftermath in Haiti

Rwanda peacekeepers respond to disaster aftermath in Haiti

The Rwanda National Police (RNP) peacekeepers serving under the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (UNSTAMIH) opened the road that was blocked by mudslides and floods from the torrential rain. The rains blocked the key road that links the town of Jeremie to the capital Port Au Prince and other cities, causing traffic and bringing […]

The Embarrassing Photograph France Would Rather Doesn’t Exist

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On June 25, 1994, Boniface Higiro was 19 years. At around 11:00am, a convoy of military and white civilian vehicles drove uphill towards Bisesero, located in Western Rwanda. “We saw white people calling us to come down as they were here to rescue us,” narrates Higiro, now 40 years. And they did come out hoping […]

Giraneza: Burying the hatchet with my family’s killers

John Giraneza urges all Rwandans to change their mindset and embrace unity and reconciliation

John Giranez 40, a Genocide survivor and resident of Batima cell, Rweru sector of Bugesera districtsays that unity and reconciliation program enabled him to marry from the family that killed his relatives during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi. After embracing unity and reconciliation, John Giraneza married Jeanne Uwimana from the family of Ngirinshuti, who […]

Minerals do not represent conflicts in the region

Minerals do not represent conflicts in the region

According to the Minister of State in the Ministry of Natural Resources in charge of Mining, Evode Imena,   “minerals do not represent conflicts in the region, they represent hope and peace”. This was revealed during a recent visit to various mining activities in Rwanda by Isabele Plessis, in charge of sustainability and due diligence for […]

The tale of Kimironko market

The tale of Kimironko market

Bananas being sold at Kimironko Market On entry to Kimironko market one is met by a bee hive kind of activity, from being pressured by the concierge at the gate to the market vendors inside on hope of being their next customer. Easily accessible due to its location, this is the ideal shopping place for a range of […]

Canadian firm discuss investment opportunities in Rwanda

Canadian firm discuss investment opportunities in Rwanda

The Canadian Firm “Stevia Life” interested in growing stevia in Rwanda is exploring investment opportunities with Rwanda’s Ministry of Trade and Industry in Kigali. The company has keen interest in growing stevia in Rwanda and to set up a plant extracting a sweetener and sugar substitute made from the leaves of the plant species stevia. […]

Rwanda destined to become a regional powerhouse

Rwanda destined to become a regional powerhouse

The Rwanda development board has continued to collaborate with various institutions in the country to improve its economic competitiveness as well as create a favorable environment for businesses. According to Teddy Kaberuka, an economic analyst, the country continues to register an impressive growth largely accelerated by the private sector. “There are a lot of development […]